Sustainability

Trade reveals recycled gold fine jewellery collection

November, 2022

Celestial by design: White November

Written by The Gem Monarchy

McDonald’s Netherlands rewards good behaviour with jewellery

It’s the third jewellery and junk campaign run by McDonald’s Netherlands. The ‘Litter & Glamour’ campaign joins last year’s ‘You…

RJC launches Human Rights Due Diligence toolkit

The Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC), the world’s leading standard-setting organisation for the global jewellery and watch industry, has released a…

Navneet Gems provides tips on traceability and the rise of Australian sapphires in the engagement ring sector

By Isabella Yan

World’s thinnest watch just got thinner

World News: August, 2022
Michael Hill

Michael Hill achievement for ongoing sustainability journey

MEDIA RELEASE The global jewellery brand is thrilled to announce it is the first major jeweller in Australia & New…
Bespoke-Opal-Jewellery

Bespoke fine Australian opal jewellery

Australian fine opal jewellery company, Opal Minded, vertically integrated throughout the entire mine to end-user process, adopts a sustainable approach…

Provenance matters – The importance of Green Gold

What is ‘green gold’? What does it mean for gold to be ‘ethical’?

Creative craftspeople at the cutting edge of the green scene: Australia’s ethical jewellery industry

by Stefan Juengling

Give wooden ring box – the start of a sustainable packaging story

Give Packaging had its inception when Nicolette Jones was presented with a beautiful ring by her fiancé to mark their…

CIBJO responsible sourcing toolkit

CIBJO, the World Jewellery Confederation, has launched an online toolkit designed to enable all members of the jewellery and gem…
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