We have strict guidelines that cover all sectors of production. As members of the RJC, Responsible Jewellery Council, a fully documented and traceable supply chain ensures no minerals from conflict areas are used during manufacture.
We recycle all silver and gold. All areas of production are REACH and SEDEX certified ensuring a high standard of health and safety and protection for staff.
For our green goals, production is now 30% run using solar power, all staff use re-usable Tupperware and we continue with our mission to minimise waste and reduce energy consumption further. We send each piece of jewellery in a plastic bag so as to prevent tarnishing of the silver during storage. We use bio degradable bags where possible.
We carbon off set our travel and plant extra trees specifically in the UK each month. Please take a look at the projects that this has helped to fund over the last 3 years.
We are a family run business and proud to be associated with a fund raiser set up by the late best selling author, Lucinda Riley. She approached us back in 2016 to manufacture a charity charm bracelet for her No 1 Best Selling book series, The Seven Sisters. 100% of all the profits raised from each sale go to educate and feed a child for a year via children’s charity, Mary’s Meals. We make no profit from this and are delighted to be in the 7th year of this amazing project!
We also support a local adult homeless charity, Emmaus by donating any unworn returned pieces to sell in their shop.
"The donations made over the years by our good friends at International Collection have made a real contribution in our struggle against homelessness. They have helped us provide a home and meaningful work for those who have experienced homelessness. Their wonderful jewellery and gorgeous accessories are a natural addition to our huge range of pre-loved clothes, helping us stay at the cutting edge of fashion.We would like to give everyone at International Collection a heart-felt Emmaus thank you and look forward to continuing our great work together.“ - Emmaus Brighton.
We also sponsor YMCA Downslink Group homeless charity for children and young adults.
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