Giving diamonds a new life
article byMeadowlark
Published Thu, 09 Sep 2021

We’re always looking for ways to minimise our impact on the planet – and using reclaimed white diamonds enables us, and you, to achieve this.

Reclaimed, or recycled, white diamonds are sourced from previously owned jewellery and are often antique cut stones, which have been recut and repolished to create a more contemporary-looking stone.

The benefit of using reclaimed diamonds is that the environment and social impact of sourcing these stones is significantly reduced. Yet, because most reclaimed diamonds were newly-mined at some point, they retain their monetary value and certain reclaimed diamonds also received GIA certifications – just like new stones. 

We’re proud to offer reclaimed white diamonds where possible – discover our edit of pieces available with reclaimed diamonds online HERE x

We don't currently offer reclaimed diamonds across all of our styles, but we remain committed to reducing the environmental and social impact of sourcing our newly-mined stones.

Our non-reclaimed diamonds are 100% conflict-free and sourced following The Kimberley Process scheme from mines in Canada, Botswana, Namibia and South Africa.

Learn more about our stone responsibility HERE or shop our collection of diamond rings HERE x