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Gemfields: Leader in Ethical & Sustainable Mining


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Gemfields is the world’s leader in ethically sourced, rare colored gemstones. Their current claims cover three gems–the ruby, emerald and amethyst. Zambia is a special place for Gemfields–not only is it where everything started, it is where they call home. Zambia, with its beautiful, lush landscape, provides a picturesque scene where the emeralds are mined. This is what Gemfields is aiming to preserve, and surrounding themselves in the precious landscape makes their goal that much more real.  Their impact on the mining industry goes far beyond making sure everything is conflict-free–and even further from beginning to end.  They monitor every step, give back to the community, including the workers and miners, and track the gemstone journey from mine to consumer.  

A game changer in the jewelry industry on so many levels, even when choosing their newest spokesmodel–Mila Kunis.  The gorgeous, dark-haired beauty posed for the cameras dripping in emeralds and even journeyed to Zambia with Gemfields to take part in the emerald experience.  They’ve also made some strategic moves by collaborating with some of the biggest names in the jewelry industry.  Exclusive pieces were created by several jewelry designers using their ethically mined emeralds, rubies and amethysts.  

Above are some exclusive creative collaborations:

Parulina 18K yellow gold double finger ring with Gemfields’ Zambian emeralds, 28.96 carats

Octium 18K yellow gold with Gemfields’ Zambian emeralds, 49.80 carats and diamonds, 6.00 carats

Jemma Wynne 18k yellow gold cuffs with Gemfields’ Zambian emeralds

Hannah Martin 18K rose gold with Gemfields’ Zambian emeralds 1.34 carats, with removable hexagon studs

HOORSENBUHS 18K yellow gold Phantom cuff with Gemfields’ Zambian emeralds, 7.00 carats