Where does the gold in your jewels come from? How is it mined? Do you know?
I do and I want to share that information with you.
I chose to work with Fairmined gold because it brings both environmental & human benefits. Fairmined is an initiative built for and by miners. It is intimately involved with life on the ground and is unwaveringly committed to the best interests of the miners.
I am proud to be Fairmined licensed and work with certified gold from empowered responsible artisanal and small mining organisation. It transforms mining into an active force for good, ensuring social development and environmental protection, providing everyone with a source of gold to be proud of.
Gold has power, so let’s use it to make a real change.
By buying one of my jewels made of Fairmined gold, you will aquire a jewel with its own story of origin and with a direct connection to the mining communities. It generates a positive impact with your purchase.
About the Fairmined label:
Thanks to the Fairmined Standard, anyone who buys gold and related precious metals can support responsibly managed community mines. It offers gold to companies selling labeled products with strict traceability requirements and includes a more flexible business-to-business model for sustainability reporting.
Supported by a rigorous third-party certification, Fairmined ensures that artisanal and small-scale mining organizations meet world-leading standards for responsible practices. It guarantees organizational and social development, as well as environmental protection.
The Fairmined initiative was created by the Alliance for Responsible Mining (ARM), a non-profit organization recognized worldwide as a pioneer and leader in responsible artisanal and small-scale mining.
Fairmined transforms mining into an active force for good, ensuring organizational and social development and environmental protection.
To sum up, this label requires meeting a complete list of standards which covers every aspect of responsible mining practices. It also ensures miners not only maintain their certification but continue to improve their social impact and efforts to care for the environment.