Fairtrade Gold Jewellery

Designed & handmade in our London workshop
Fairtrade and Fairmined Gold Jewellery
Fairtrade Gold jewellery is part of our ‘fair’ collection of stories, alongside non-Burmese rubies and fairly (not minimum) paid adult labour.

So what does Fairtrade Gold mean? It means that the people who mine the gold – just like Fairtrade farmers of coffee or tea – get a decent price for the raw material. It means it’s mined using safe working practices including the management of toxic chemicals, such as mercury and cyanide which can be harmful to both environment and miner. It means that Fairtrade Standards are met regarding working conditions, health and safety, handling chemicals, women's rights, child labour and protection of the environment.
You will be paying a little extra for jewellery made from Fairtrade Gold, so that small-scale miners and their communities can benefit from its sale with a minimum guaranteed price. In addition, miners receive the Fairtrade Premium of 10% which goes towards the social, environmental and economic development of their community. Stephen was one of the first jewellers to sign up, and is now amongst a small group of businesses in the UK licensed to use this precious commodity. After trying to be as ethically sound as we could, it has finally become possible for us to use a certifiable, Fairtrade Gold stamp. And we hope you will agree that this is a ‘result’! For more information please visit www.fairtrade.org.

If you're interested in having a jewellery piece from Stephen's collection made in Fairtrade Gold please contact us.

FAIRTRADE GOLD JEWELLERY
DESIGNED & HANDMADE IN LONDON
DESIGNED & HANDMADE IN LONDON
"When you buy one of our pieces you are buying into a great British tradition of craftsmanship. As well as owning something that looks fabulous, it has also been made exclusively for you in our London workshops"
- Stephen Einhorn
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Fairtrade Gold Jewellery
So what does Fairtrade Gold mean? It means that the people who mine the gold – just like Fairtrade farmers of coffee or tea – get a decent price for the raw material. It means it’s mined using safe working practices including the management of toxic chemicals, such as mercury and cyanide which can be harmful to both environment and miner. It means that Fairtrade Standards are met regarding working conditions, health and safety, handling chemicals, women's rights, child labour and protection of the environment.

If you're interested in having a jewellery piece from Stephen's collection made in Fairtrade Gold please contact us. 
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