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Six ethical jewelry brands to know

Enjoy your jewelry guilt-free by shopping from designers who prioritize sustainable materials and ethical methods as well as brilliant style. Featuring lab-grown gems, recycled gold and ethically sourced stones, these tempting styles will make you feel as good as you’ll look.

Six ethical jewelry brands to know

Enjoy your jewelry guilt-free by shopping from designers who prioritize sustainable materials and ethical methods as well as brilliant style. Featuring lab-grown gems, recycled gold and ethically sourced stones, these tempting styles will make you feel as good as you’ll look.

Six ethical jewelry brands to know

Enjoy your jewelry guilt-free by shopping from designers who prioritize sustainable materials and ethical methods as well as brilliant style. Featuring lab-grown gems, recycled gold and ethically sourced stones, these tempting styles will make you feel as good as you’ll look.

Anabela Chan

This London-based designer’s eponymous label was the first fine jewelry brand in the world to champion lab-grown gemstones. The striking gems are used to create dazzlingly bold designs that transform even the simplest look into a conversation-starter. Even better? Anabela Chan has contributed exclusive designs for our Stand With Her collection, beneffiting CARE’s work to support girls and women affected by poverty.

Kinraden

Another Stand With Her contributor, minimalist label Kinraden’s sculptural designs echo founder Sarah Müllertz’s love of architecture, design and art. Simple and understated, these pieces are exclusively created using recycled gold and silver, with velvety polished Mpingo Blackwood used in place of diamonds.

Kinraden

Another Stand With Her contributor, minimalist label Kinraden’s sculptural designs echo founder Sarah Müllertz’s love of architecture, design and art. Simple and understated, these pieces are exclusively created using recycled gold and silver, with velvety polished Mpingo Blackwood used in place of diamonds.

Kinraden

Another Stand With Her contributor, minimalist label Kinraden’s sculptural designs echo founder Sarah Müllertz’s love of architecture, design and art. Simple and understated, these pieces are exclusively created using recycled gold and silver, with velvety polished Mpingo Blackwood used in place of diamonds.

Spinelli Kilcollin

Sustainability is a core pillar for the Los Angeles-based brand, famed for its stacked rings shimmering with diamonds. Each piece is crafted in downtown LA by local artisans, prioritizing recycled metals and low carbon emissions. The founders are also dedicated to keeping a close eye on their supply chain to ensure it is ethical every step of the way.

Elizabeth Moore

Ethically sourced diamonds, gems and recycled gold are used in every Elizabeth Moore design, which fuses a timeless femininity with NYC edge. We love the talisman necklaces which are adorned with diamonds that are sourced through suppliers licensed under the Kimberley Process and polished at Certified Fairtrade facilities.

Elizabeth Moore

Ethically sourced diamonds, gems and recycled gold are used in every Elizabeth Moore design, which fuses a timeless femininity with NYC edge. We love the talisman necklaces which are adorned with diamonds that are sourced through suppliers licensed under the Kimberley Process and polished at Certified Fairtrade facilities.

Elizabeth Moore

Ethically sourced diamonds, gems and recycled gold are used in every Elizabeth Moore design, which fuses a timeless femininity with NYC edge. We love the talisman necklaces which are adorned with diamonds that are sourced through suppliers licensed under the Kimberley Process and polished at Certified Fairtrade facilities.

Poppy Finch

Every step of the process that goes into creating a Poppy Finch design has been carefully considered to be as ethical and eco-conscious as possible. The delicate, stackable pieces are made using certified recycled gold and ethically sourced gemstones by local artisans in Vancouver.

Pamela Love

The New Yorker’s eponymous label is inspired by ancient talismans and spirituality, and a love of the earth is central to the brand’s ethos. All metal is recycled, and precious stones are ethically sourced and conflict free. The brand also works with the organization Turquoise Mountain to support artisan entrepreneurs in Afghanistan.

Pamela Love

The New Yorker’s eponymous label is inspired by ancient talismans and spirituality, and a love of the earth is central to the brand’s ethos. All metal is recycled, and precious stones are ethically sourced and conflict free. The brand also works with the organization Turquoise Mountain to support artisan entrepreneurs in Afghanistan.

Pamela Love

The New Yorker’s eponymous label is inspired by ancient talismans and spirituality, and a love of the earth is central to the brand’s ethos. All metal is recycled, and precious stones are ethically sourced and conflict free. The brand also works with the organization Turquoise Mountain to support artisan entrepreneurs in Afghanistan.