How do you make Earth friendly jewellery?

Earth Friendly Jewellery

When it comes to buying jewellery, making an eco-friendly choice is a great way to reduce the environmental impact of your wardrobe while supporting sustainable practices in the jewellery industry. Here is how to make Earth-friendly jewellery choices:


What does eco-friendly jewellery mean?

Eco-friendly jewellery refers to jewellery that has been made in an environmentally sustainable and socially responsibly way. The materials used must be ethically sourced, renewable, or recycled, and the production methods have a minimal impact on the environment.


What is eco-friendly jewellery made of?

Eco-friendly jewellery is made using a variety of materials that are sustainable, recycled, or ethically sourced. This includes recycled metals, natural materials, synthetic or lab-grown stones, or repurposed materials.


How can I make my jewellery environmentally friendly?

Choosing eco-friendly jewellery is a great way to minimise the impact of your wardrobe while also supporting sustainable small businesses. You can make your jewellery choices more environmentally-friendly by avoiding fast fashion and buying from ethical brands who are committed to sustainable practices and fair pricing.


Earth Friendly Jewellery

How do you make Earth friendly jewellery?

Just like eco-friendly jewellery, Earth-friendly jewellery refers to jewellery made using materials and processes that are environmentally sustainable and socially responsible. Earth-friendly jewellery promotes the conservation of resources, reduction of waste and carbon emissions, and supports the preservation of ecosystems and biodiversity.

Choosing Earth-friendly jewellery is a great way to reduce your impact on the environment while supporting sustainable practices in the jewellery industry. By following these tips, you can make more eco-friendly jewellery choices and reduce your impact on the environment.


Buy From Ethical Brands

Make sure the jewellery brand you're buying from prioritises sustainability and ethical sourcing. Before making a purchase, research the company's values and practices to ensure their jewellery is made responsibly. Just make sure to watch out for greenwashing!


Choose Sustainable Materials

Look for brands using sustainable materials, including ethically sourced or recycled metals as well as upcycled materials. This includes responsibly-sourced stones, lab-synthetic or grown diamonds, and natural materials such as wood, bamboo, and glass.


Look For Vegan-Friendly Jewellery

It's important that Earth-friendly jewellery is also vegan-friendly. Animal exploitation and cruelty is a major concern in the jewellery industry. By choosing vegan-friendly jewellery, you're ensuring that no animals had to suffer to make your accessories.



Earth Friendly Jewellery


Choose Timeless Designs

When shopping for jewellery, avoid the trends and choose timeless designs that will never go out of style. By choosing jewellery you love, rather than following the trends, you'll end up with a jewellery collection you'll love and wear for years without needing to buy new pieces regularly.


Consider Vintage or Secondhand Jewellery

A great way to reduce waste and give life to old items is to thrift for jewellery. Vintage jewellery is often unique, and can be more affordable than buying new—especially when it comes to gemstones! Another option is to shop second-hand with our zero waste jewellery.


Avoid Unnecessary Packaging

Look for jewellery brands with minimal packaging made from eco-friendly materials with the option of carbon neutral delivery. When buying online, request that your order is delivered plastic-free and choose the standard delivery option. This ensures your jewellery is delivered in the most Earth-friendly way possible.


Repair, Recycle, or Donate Jewellery

Follow these eco-friendly jewellery care tips and store them in a jewellery box, and your pieces should last for years. But if you find you no longer wear your jewellery or if it's broken beyond repair, make sure you donate or recycle your unwanted jewellery responsibly.



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Written by Sophie Davies

Sophie is a freelance writer and full-time jeweller. She has been writing about simple living and sustainability for over ten years; exploring simple living, sustainable style, and slow travel. She writes for a variety of brands and publications as well as her personal blog, A Considered Life.

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