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Ethical jewellery designer is crushing it with new collection Blooms that matches recycled aluminium with lab-grown gemstones

After discovering a unique lapis lazuli mine in Chile, Pomellato has created a slow collection of ethical jewels that pay homage to our favourite fabric

Anuj Sahny prizes sustainable sourcing above all as he strives to create contemporary, wearable diamond jewels that women will want to buy for themselves

Christmas shoppers will find the ethical jeweller’s gold and gemstone collections in the seaside city’s bustling jewellery quarter this December

Lebrusan Studio pledges to use more vintage diamonds within its fine jewellery collections in a bid to cool the ecological crush of consumerism

Conscious retailer brings sustainable jewellery brands and events to The Goldsmiths’ Centre and Princes Arcade in London in time for Christmas

New ethical jewellery collection uses consciously textured recycled gold to showcase geologically exciting gemstones such as dendritic agates

Collection of nine rings, exclusive to the London jeweller, have been handcrafted in Dorset with Fairmined gold and ethically sourced gems

Ethical jewellery designer Arabel Lebrusan of Lebrusan Studio takes the trip of a lifetime to source, mine and cut her own sapphires on ‘Gem Island’

A collective of ethical gemstone traders have come together to create events in London and Bristol that offer traceable loose coloured gems

Concession shows off Swarovski Created gemstone fine jewellery collections designed by Stephen Webster, Paige Novick and Penélope Cruz

New goddess-inspired bridal jewellery collection offers both lab-grown and mined diamonds, set in ethically sourced gold or platinum

If you have questions about ethical jewellery, then join designers and pioneers Arabel Lebrusan and Anna Loucah as they host an intimate workshop

History buff Eliza Walter is shaking up jewellery with a thoroughly modern approach, using recycled precious metal from discarded electronics

Elina Faurschou gave up a career as a lawyer to follow her passion for jewellery design, and this fierce designer has never looked back