“Mindful luxury is being fearless in design and sustainable. With metal sheet, we heat, we melt, we repeat.”

Imogen Belfield


Over 55% of our brands use recycled materials, including recycled gold, within their collections. Materials that are not recycled, in particular diamonds and gemstones, are responsibly sourced from conflict-free, ethical and transparent supply chains*


With nearly 50% of the total artisan workforce female, and this figure growing rapidly, our brands are passionate about empowering women through work and education *


Recent survey showed 100% of our brands that responded adhere to global recognised jewellery standards and/or jewellery certification programmes, with a growing number incorporating green energy and sustainable building materials to power and build their studios and workshops*

Positive Impact:

From health and well-being, up-skilling and providing financial empowerment to all artisans, the positive impact that our brands have on the wider communities benefits multiple generations


Sustainable Development Goals 3 (Good Health & Well-Being), 8 (Decent Work & Economic Growth) & 12 (Responsible Consumption & Production) are just some of the examples where our brands are working towards achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

*relative to the number of brands involved in survey

Our Impact Going Forward…

Sustainable Development Goals

Dig deeper into the relationship between our brands’ practices and the Sustainable Development Goals and how they are all working towards improving upon their commitment to global change on behalf of the jewellery industry

Circular & Regenerative

Endorse circular business models that embrace end-of-life strategies and minimise waste through the recycling, upcycling and remanufacturing of materials. Support and promote biodiversity in mining communities through the restoration of ecosystems.

Equal Opportunities

Continue to champion gender equality and diversity within the work place, with more female artisans and equal rights for all workers

Monitor & Measure

Conduct annual reports into each of our brand’s social and environmental impacts and share these findings within our larger community

Supply Chain Transparency

Build a Countries of Origin database listing the mines and factories where all materials are sourced and workers are based in order to ensure complete supply chain transparency

Community Partnerships

For brands that need the guidance, LMC to educate brands on our selection criteria and support them in achieving our 5 assessment goals

“Ouroboros jewellery is proud to support women for women international, a charity helping women survivors of war to rebuild their lives.”


By 2025, an estimated 20 to 30 percent of global fine jewellery sales will be influenced by sustainability considerations from environmental impact to ethical sourcing practices (equivalent to $70 to $110 billion)

$110 billion

“We work with diamond dealers who are committed to eliminating the trade in conflict diamonds and have an audible means by which they can prove that all the diamonds they sell comply with the Kimberley Process”

— Rachel Boston —