Enjoy luxury with a conscience with pieces that keep the sustainable and ethical sourcing of materials in mind
Alighieri prides itself on its sustainable approach to every aspect of its jewellery making. The Shattered Moon Ring, inspired by the rocky terrain of Dante’s Inferno (the brand’s muse), is handmade on commission and features diamond shards cast in a gold band.
London-based designer Anabela Chan makes delightfully eccentric wearable art pieces crafted from lab-grown and created gemstones. This padparadscha parrot bloom pin is part of her floral-inspired collection, utilising recycled aluminium as the base metal.
All of Octavia Elizabeth’s jewellery is made by hand sustainably and is designed to be worn every day. Part of the label’s Nesting Gem collection, this dainty necklace features five diamonds on an 18ct gold chain. It looks great worn solo or layered.
Founded by former sculptor and performance artist Wing Yau, New York brand WWAKE uses recycled and fair-mined gold in its jewellery. These Posy earrings are a contemporary take on a classical aesthetic, with a trio of diamonds hanging from a vivid blue sapphire at the centre.
The jewellery of VanLeles uses gemstones ethically sourced from African countries. These bold stiletto earrings from their Out of Africa collection are one of a kind, with white diamonds and vibrant Mozambican rubies and rubellites intricately set in 18ct rose gold.
All of Futura Jewelry’s products are made with 100 per cent certified Fairmined Ecological gold, which is mined with no toxic chemicals, protecting both the miners and the environment. This intricate Elena bracelet features an ancient motif known as palmette.