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A Bright Outlook

The future of ethical and sustainable jewelry looks bright, as consumers increasingly demand transparency and responsibility from the industry. With continued efforts towards responsible sourcing and production, jewelry companies can create positive impacts for people and the planet, while also meeting the growing demand for sustainable and ethical products.

A Quick Overview of Our Commitments

  • A Quick Overview of Our Commitments
  • Dedication to traceability
  • Most stringent metal standards
  • Diamond upgrade forever
  • GIA certified diamonds
  • Carefully mined
  • Fully recyclable packaging
  • Handmade excellence
  • Conforms to the kimberley process
  • The diamond price-match Promise

Ethical Origins Meet Enduring Beauty


Kimberley Procedure

The gold, palladium and platinum suppliers for Nivetta are required to adhere to conflict-free sourcing requirements. All suppliers for Nivetta follow ethical trading standards and working conditions. Only certified gold, palladium and platinum are used for the production of the Nivetta products. If you would like to discuss sourcing certificates, please contact our customer support service at info@nivetta.com

Diamond Transparency Traceability

This is becoming increasingly important to consumers who want to ensure that their purchases are ethically and responsibly sourced. Some jewelry companies are making a commitment to transparency and traceability by providing detailed information about the origin and journey of their diamonds, including where they were mined and how they were processed.

100% Conflict-Free Diamonds

These diamonds are sourced from mines that adhere to strict ethical and environmental standards, ensuring that they are not linked to any human rights abuses, armed conflict, or environmental damage. By choosing to purchase 100% conflict-free diamonds, consumers can support responsible practices in the industry and promote sustainable and equitable development.

Responsible Mining

Being committed to responsible mining means ensuring that the mining of precious metals and gemstones is done in a manner that is sustainable, transparent, and respects human rights. This involves minimizing the environmental impact of mining, ensuring that workers are treated fairly, and supporting local communities.


Manufacturing and Recycling

Manufacturing and recycling are important aspects of responsible and sustainable jewelry production. Sustainable manufacturing involves using environmentally friendly processes and materials, minimizing waste, and reducing the carbon footprint of the production process. By incorporating sustainable manufacturing and recycling practices, jewelry companies can reduce their impact on the environment and support responsible practices in the industry.

Packaging and Delivery

Packaging and delivery are important aspects of responsible and sustainable jewelry production. Sustainable packaging involves using environmentally friendly materials, minimizing waste, and reducing the carbon footprint of the shipping process. Jewelry companies can also use recycled materials for their packaging or even offer packaging-free options to customers.

This also helps to meet the increasing demand from consumers for environmentally conscious products and services.

Committed to Lower Energy Use

Being committed to lower energy use means working to reduce the amount of energy used in the jewelry production process. This can involve using energy-efficient equipment, adopting renewable energy sources, and implementing energy conservation measures.