At Amadeus we take great care to ensure that all of pieces are produced with a focus on sustainability and ethical practice.
- Using recycled fair-trade silver and gold in all our jewellery
- Our gemstones are hand sourced in legislated and fair-trade mines that provide accurate tallying of toxic mining waste and that replenish mine sites.
- Our pearls are hand-picked in a farm in the Philippines what we personally invested in to make it eco-friendly.
- By working directly with the communities of those mines and farms we cut all the middle agents to ensure the money goes back into the local communities.
- We avoid harsh chemicals often used in jewellery making.
- We only produce a few collections a year and are very proud to create ethical jewellery for women by women.
Let me start by saying that Amadeus does not use any dangerous metals in its jewellery, however due to various recent articles in the press we wanted to make sure you know what to look out for when shopping for jewellery.
Jewellery is often made from several different materials which can contain harmful substances. Since most jewellery is often worn close to the skin and can be put into the mouth, the risk of substances that are dangerous for humans entering the body increases. Certain substances are also hazardous ti the environment and risk causing damage after the jewellery has been discarded and has become waste.
It's the most wonderful time of the year and what better way to celebrate it than with Lone Design Club's, Crap Free Christmas: Concept Store + Events from December 8th to 15th
Fashion needs to make needs to make a change, the Anti-Black Friday Concept store returns with only sustainable brand curation. 18th November - 1st December
We are very excited to announce we will be featured in the Fashion Originators live Podcast on Tuesday 26th November // @ 6.30 - 9PM