High quality hand in hand with sustainabilityIn everything we do, we strive for high-quality, elegant jewellery while never forgetting that we have a responsibility to preserve the world around us for our children and theirs. NATURE PRESERVATION MINIMISING OUR ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINTWe exclusively use re-refined and recycled precious metals, thereby minimising our impact on the planet. We protect the world around us by re-using pieces of gold jewellery because they require no environmentally-harmful mining. Our reclaimed metals are of the same quality as newly-mined diamonds, because they have been refined back into their pure elements. DIAMOND ORIGIN We work with the best craftsmen and use only the very best mined and made diamonds and other precious metals because we stand for high-quality products. Sourcing our products from reliable partners enables us to live up to our ambition to make jewellery that is environmentally and socially responsible. We protect human rights because the diamonds we use are sourced from conflict-free partners who fully comply with the Kimberley Process, diamond producers who work together to prohibit so-called conflict diamonds in the trade.We offer two types of diamonds: natural diamonds (that are mined) and lab-created diamonds (that are man-made). We are a strong advocate of man-made diamonds because we believe that their economic, social and environmental benefits make them today’s obvious choice. Made diamonds are 100% real diamonds, only they are lab-grown instead of being created by nature. Made diamonds have the same properties as mined diamonds, they are of very high quality, completely conflict-free and truly eco-friendly. Learn more about our diamonds CLIMATE NEUTRAL INSIGNETY'S CLIMATE-NEUTRAL AMBITIONInsignety’s climate-neutral ambition: We are committed to reducing our greenhouse gas emissions and energy usage to mitigate our ecological footprint. We do this by only using renewable energy and by producing our jewellery locally as much as possible. Our green ambition is to be as fully climate neutral as we can be. Is there a better way than this to confirm our commitment to social responsibility?