Ethics and sustainability

We respectfully acknowledge Traditional Custodians of the Darkinjung Aboriginal Land that we live and work on. We pay our respects to the land and the Darkinjung People, past and present and emerging through thoughtful and responsible approaches to our work and creations.

*Equality for All:

Equality is a fundamental human right, not a privilege. Every individual should have the freedom to love and be loved without discrimination.

*Our Studio:

Our handmade jewelry is meticulously crafted by hand, employing traditional metalsmithing techniques and a dedicated team of artisans, right here in rural Sydney, Australia. To minimize our ecological footprint, we embrace the use of recycled paper products, eco-friendly cleaning materials, recycled plastic, and energy-efficient LED lighting. Our ongoing efforts are geared toward enhancing our sustainable practices for the well-being of our planet.

*Recycled Metals:

We use both new and recycled gold and silver sourced from environmentally conscious refineries and suppliers in Australia who share our commitment to ethical and responsible practices.

All our handmade pieces are made with 100% Australian silver and gold.


The path a gemstone takes from its origin to the market is a complex and often difficult trail to follow. Through years of experience, we've cultivated long-lasting partnerships with gemstone miners and dealers who are committed to reducing their environmental footprint and safeguarding human rights.

The majority of our gemstones are extracted from mines in Australia and are directly procured from these miners.