Ethical DiamondsOct 13th, 2013 | By EHS Journal | Category: Sustainability
“Jewelry represents a commitment between two people, and it should be a symbol of not just your love, but your values as well,” said Beth Gerstein, co-founder of Brilliant Earth, a designer of “ethically sourced” diamonds and jewelry. She urges consumers to consider human rights issues associated with their jewelry’s supply chain when making buying decisions. The following infographic prepared by the company provides more information on the diamond supply chain and the company’s views on the effectiveness of current schemes developed by the jewelry industry to regulate conflict diamonds.
Reasons to Care Where Your Diamond Comes From provided by Brilliant Earth.
Photograph: Delicate Antique Scroll Matched Set Diamond Rings courtesy of Brilliant Earth.