Green Manufacturing

All of our metal components are made in a 100% solar-powered facility. Our 925-grade Sterling Silver components are made of 100% recycled material.

Made in the USA

All of our metal materials are sourced and manufactured in the USA, and comply with the world's strictest jewelry regulations (currently the EU standards).


Our silver components are hypo-allergenic and nickel-free. Our 14k gold is nickel-free and each piece contains at least 5% pure gold which further reduces allergic sensitivities.



As much as possible, we source acrylic from the supplier's scrap bins in order to reduce the amount of virgin plastic being sent to waste and instead give it a longer life-cycle through wearable jewelry.

Recycled & Recyclable

Acrylic is a long-lasting material that is typically not recyclable or renewable. We aim to change that. By the end of 2020, at least 20% of our products will be made from recycled acrylic and 100% recyclable. It's our goal to reach 100% as soon as possible.


100% Recyclable

All of our shipping and packaging materials are 100% curbside recyclable, including the mailer box, tissue, and insert cards. 

Sustainably Made

All of our packaging is made from 85%-100% recycled, post-consumer material and printed with plant-based inks so they can be safely recycled again.

100% Cotton Bags

Instead of clunky jewelry boxes, we use 100% natural cotton cloth bags to help protect your jewelry over long periods of time.



Carbon emissions from airplanes and delivery trucks contribute to the deterioration of the earth's ozone layer and further climate change. Though our impact is small, every impact matters. For every box that we ship, the carbon footprint on the environment is calculated and given a price tag. We then donate proceeds to sustainability efforts that neutralize the harm done to the environment.

Pachama Foundation

Pachama is a tech company that calculates the costs to offset our carbon footprint using the globally recognized Vera Standard. Our monetary contributions directly support the Jarí Para Forest Conservation Project in the Amazon Rainforest.