Ethical jewelry made from certified recycled gold

The jewellery house Vever is being reborn and reinvents itself to anchor in the 21st century, by launching a jewelry collection of recycled gold, purchased from a Parisian foundry: from mine to jewel, the whole supply chain is certified by the Responsible Jewellery Council.

Continue reading...

Eco-adhesive, repositionable and long-lasting luxury jewelry tattoos

marbella-small.jpgMarbella Paris® creates eco-adhesive, repositionable and long-lasting luxury jewelry tattos for the skin and the hair.

Continue reading...

Sustainable luxury inspire the Talents du Luxe

talents-du-luxe-small.jpg


The Talents du Luxe prize compare the luxury arts & crafts in nine categories, based on the creation process: audacity, well-being, elegance, harmony, innovation, invention, originality, scarcity and seduction. The contest participation is free, candidatures have to be submitted before March 15th, 2022 and the award ceremony will take place on June 7th, 2022 at the Saline Royale d'Arc-et-Senans in France.

Continue reading...

Second-hand jewelry authenticated with a digital certificate

58-facettes-small.jpg58 Facettes is a marketplace which offers second-hand jewels of creation and high-end jewelry pieces accompanied by a certificate of authenticity secured in the blockchain.

Continue reading...

Ethical jewellery inspired by the pack ice

Capucine-Huguet-bijoux-small.jpgAfter a trip in the Arctic, Capucine Huguet has created a jewellery collection inspired by the shapes of the glaciers, the crevasses, the erosion and the ice melting process. Raw materials are recycled 18 carat gold and 925 Silver. Every piece is handmade.

Continue reading...

LVMH supports engaged art, committed to preserving coral reefs

LVMH LVMH supports La Fabrique Nomade for a unique collaboration between five creative craftsmen who live in France as refugees and the artist Jérémy Gobé: two jewellers, a ceramist, a crochet craftsman and an embroiderer have created a piece of art that depict a coral.

Continue reading...

Ethical jewelry with unusual incrusted fragments, collected on beaches

Lauren-bijoux-small.jpgAfter having worked as a psychomotor therapist for eighteen years where she helped patients to regain the use of their limbs through creative leisure, Laure Morin decided to create a jewelry collection, incrusted with everything that she could find on a beach or in the forest.

Continue reading...