Contemporary jewelry designer based in New Zealand who uses ethical metals to create nature-inspired pieces.
Certified conflict-free diamonds, fair labor and eco-friendly practices are used by this company that donates 5 percent of its profits to African communities.
This UK jeweler designs pieces that are both eco-friendly and respectful of human rights.
Great green gifts for the bridal party from their Green Patch line as well as a large selection of jewelry including the find a cure collection that donates profits to cancer research.
Doyle and Doyle
This vintage and estate jewelry store in New York City that takes the idea of recycling to a very sparkly level. Call 212-677-9991 for more information.
Ecologically responsible jewelry using recycled metals. Features a registry tool that lets friends and family donate gold jewelry to be recycled into creating your wedding ring.
Ingle and Rhode
Based in London, this jeweler uses only conflict-free diamonds and fairly traded gold, and gives 10 percent of its profits to fund health, education, and development projects within the communities with which they work.
Leber Jeweler Inc.
Socially conscious and eco-friendly jewelry that offers alternatives to items made with conflict diamonds, unfair labor practices, and environmentally damaging mining.
Antique and estate jewelry store with a large selection of antique engagement rings in many different styles and price ranges.
Tiffany & Co.
This jewelry powerhouse is committed to obtaining precious metals and gemstones in ways that are socially and environmentally responsible.
Pieces are handcrafted by designers around the world with the aim of helping artisans improve their life and get fair prices for their goods.