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Craftsmanship

Craftsmanship

Recycled Materials

To protect our Earth and those at the bottom of the labor chain

Let’s face it: the jewelry industry is dirty, generating 10% of global carbon emissions and often involving forced labor and child labor through unsafe mining practices. That’s why we make sure our jewelry is made responsibly, both in its environmental and social impact. This starts with using recycled silver in all our casted products, which is certified 100% recycled, uses less energy and water, and is mine-free.

To protect our Earth and those at the bottom of the labor chain

Let’s face it: the jewelry industry is dirty, generating 10% of global carbon emissions and often involving forced labor and child labor through unsafe mining practices. That’s why we make sure our jewelry is made responsibly, both in its environmental and social impact. This starts with using recycled silver in all our casted products, which is certified 100% recycled, uses less energy and water, and is mine-free.

Transparency

To commit ourselves to transparency and improvement

With total supply chain control, we can be completely transparent about our production processes and our impact. Nobody is perfect, but we are committed to openness and continual improvement on metrics like water, energy, and chemical usage. We will publish our first impact report in 2020, partnering with green certifiers and auditors to set an industry precedent for transparency.

To commit ourselves to transparency and improvement

With total supply chain control, we can be completely transparent about our production processes and our impact. Nobody is perfect, but we are committed to openness and continual improvement on metrics like water, energy, and chemical usage. We will publish our first impact report in 2020, partnering with green certifiers and auditors to set an industry precedent for transparency.

Living Wages

To lead the way in ethical employment practices

Currently, 98% of fashion workers can’t meet their basic needs. We’re changing that by prioritizing living wages for all of our employees and publishing our lowest wage, which is $12/hour. We believe that by fairly paying our Makers, we can empower them out of homelessness and into permanent self-sufficiency.

To lead the way in ethical employment practices

Currently, 98% of fashion workers can’t meet their basic needs. We’re changing that by prioritizing living wages for all of our employees and publishing our lowest wage, which is $12/hour. We believe that by fairly paying our Makers, we can empower them out of homelessness and into permanent self-sufficiency.