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One of the world's first jewellers to use Fairtrade Gold, Amanda Li Hope hand makes her pieces and alloys her own gold in her London studio. Fine craftsmanship, architectural aesthetics and ethical materials define Amanda's jewellery.
Specialising in bridal jewellery and bespoke services, Lebrusan Studio's award winning jewellery is designed with Fairtrade and ethics at its core.
Wright & Teague jewellery is crafted by hand using timeless techniques and Fairtrade gold that enriches communities, creating an even deeper beauty.
A pioneer of the ethical jewellery movement, Ute’s unique and limited edition sculptural jewellery art is exhibited internationally.
The Rock Hound are The Gemmologist Jewellers known for taking responsibly sourced, raw materials to create bold design-led pieces. As proud Fairtrade licensees, they are bringing the aesthetics to ethics.
One of the first 20 designers licensed to use Fairtrade gold, Jon’s debut Fairtrade design represented 2011 - the year of Fairtrade gold’s launch - in the British Jewellers’ Association 125th anniversary exhibition.
Exquisite Craftsmanship. Exceptional Ethics.
Tootsievalentine® is an independent, British, fine designer jewellery brand creating wearable objects of affection in Fairtrade gold.
Ingle & Rhode uses only the finest, ethically-produced materials, all of which we can trace back to source, including certified Fairtrade gold and Canadian diamonds.
Find answers to some of the questions that are frequently asked about Fairtrade.
Ever wondered how many farmers and workers are involved with Fairtrade? Or how the Fairtrade Premium is used? Here's a snapshot from our latest data.
Fairtrade is about better prices, decent working conditions, local sustainability, and fair terms of trade for farmers and workers in the developing world.