This Jewelry Uses Recycled Materials and Conflict-Free Diamonds

By: Alyson Wyers - Feb 6, 2015
References: doamore & springwise
If you are a socially conscious chap looking to purchase an engagement ring with conflict-free diamonds, Do Amore is not only an ethical option, they also fund water projects. This means the profits from their ring sales go towards clean water projects in developing communities, funding water for life for two people. Their wedding rings are also made out of recycled metal.

Made from 95% recycled precious metals sourced from No Dirty Gold, the rings contain 100% conflict-free diamonds. The jewelry adheres to the Kimberley Process (a certification system that works to prevent blood diamonds from getting into the legitimate supply chain). Instead of the traditional felt box, the rings even come in a recycled wood version.

A portion of the proceeds go to Water.org, who build water wells in Africa, Central America and South Asia.