ethical engagement rings

ethical engagement rings

Our Ethical Sapphire Sources

Marc Choyt | May 23, 2022 | Ethical Outlooks
To us, what makes a Sapphire “Ethical” comes down to a few things. One of these is labor conditions at the mine. This includes paying a fair wage, and ensuring safe working conditions. Another is environmental impact. A beautiful engagement ring shouldn’t require environmental degradation. And a third is cutting conditions. Again, this means fair wages and safe conditions.

The Fairest Diamond Ring Of All Method

Marc Choyt | Apr 26, 2017 | Ethical Outlooks
In the ideal world, we would source diamonds from a small-scale mining community, one that would build a vibrant local economy in a community. If that community also cut the diamonds, creating more local downstream business, people of the land would be able to fully benefit from the resources of their land.

The Fairest Ring Of All Method

Marc Choyt | Apr 21, 2017 | Ethical Outlooks
Now, I’m going to be a bit controversial here because leading brands in the US market push recycled gold as the choice for those conscious consumers concerned about the environment. And here’s why.


Only Fairtrade Gold Jeweler in the USA 
since 2015

Santa Fe, NM Green Business of the Year

Catalyzing the Ethical Jewelry Movement

Winner of MJSA Responsibly Sourced Design Challenge

Founder of First-Ever Ethical Jewelry Blog

Collaborators of USAID Zahabu Safi (Clean Gold) Project