Our Materials
Ethics
Our Materials
  • Silver
    Silver

    We use sterling silver from two suppliers: Our contemporary collections are crafted from beautiful high quality 100% recycled silver. Our supplier Umicore Precious Metals are LBMA registered, this means they meet the standards set by LBMA.

    These standards govern the purity, form and origin of the bars as well as the ways they have been traded.

    A small number of our contemporary pieces are produced with silver that is 50% recycled, sourced from ethically run mines with regulated extraction methods and labour practices. They do not use mercury amalgamation extraction methods.

    We gold plate our Sterling Silver locally and are very careful around our safety procedures and water waste.

  • Gold
    Gold

    We use gold from two suppliers: Our engagement and wedding collections, and our bespoke pieces are made locally. The gold we use is high quality, refined and 97% recycled.

    A small number of our fine pieces are produced with gold which is 50% recycled, sourced from ethically run mines with regulated extraction methods and labour practices.

    They do not use mercury amalgamation extraction methods.

  • Platinum
    Platinum

    Our engagement and wedding collections, and our bespoke pieces are made locally.

    The platinum we use is high quality, refined and 97% recycled.

  • Diamonds
    Diamonds

    For our bespoke and wedding engagement pieces. We like to educate our customers to make their own choice based on their values.

    We offer natural GIA certified diamonds, that can be traced to source via the Kimberley Chain process.

    We can use above ground lab grown or reused diamonds on request.

  • Gemstones
    Gemstones

    For our contemporary collections, we source gem stones from different suppliers, all of which are small producers.

    Morgan often sources raw material whilst travelling and we cut the stones in our own unique shapes.

    Our aim is to set up the business to use 100% ethically sourced gem stones, and we’re working towards this.

We acknowledge the many issues involved in sourcing the supply of materials to make truly ethical jewellery.

We continually research, learn and progress towards our goal of working solely with ethically sourced materials.