We're lusting after these unique rose cut diamonds from Brighton-based Rebekah Ann Jewellers and the best news of all is they're eco-friendly.
You’ve asked who made your clothes. You know where your organic veg delivery box comes from. But have you thought about your bling?
Brighton designer Rebekah Ann Jewellers is asking the big questions around ethical and sustainable jewellery production. She’s not convinced by £6.99 ‘fast jewellery’ in major high-street stores and she reckons you shouldn’t be either.
If you’re going to go fast fashion, Rebekah recommends checking out H&M which she says is the best of the bunch, with information about the materials used to make some of its jewellery products.
But the best way of all to make sure your twinkly things aren’t harming the planet is to buy locally, from an ethical maker, who can tell you where your trinkets came from, who made them, and what to do if they break or need to be recycled.
We love Rebekah Ann’s tasteful and understated style. Think delicate and slender rings, token pendants and rough set diamond studs and hoops.
It’s all ethically produced, from recycled gold and handmade here in Sussex so you can shine on, you crazy diamond.