Luxury That Doesn’t Cost The Earth.

Ethical jewellery brand Ingle & Rhode is the definition of class, elegance combined with harmony and love. Over the years the company has established itself as a pioneer and market leader in ethical engagement rings and wedding rings.

Today the brand made a ground-breaking announcement and revealed they have launched a recycled gold and lab-grown diamond jewellery collection.

Droplet Necklace in recycled rose gold

The advantages of lab-grown diamonds and recycled gold

Lab-grown diamonds are an ethical, affordable alternative to natural diamonds. They are real diamonds – chemically, physically and optically identical to mined diamonds. But instead of being created from heat and pressure under the earth, they’re created from heat and pressure in a state-of-the-art laboratory, removing the need for mining.

Considering every mined diamond results in 250 tonnes of earth being excavated, lab-grown diamonds leave a less destructive imprint on the earth, with no humanitarian toll either.

In keeping with this ethos, this collection is made with 100% recycled gold, making this collection among the most environmentally sustainable jewellery on the market.

Every bit as beautiful, for less

Due to recent rapid advances intechnology, creating diamonds has become more cost effective than mining them, making lab-grown diamonds more affordable than natural diamonds. With Ingle & Rhode’s new collection starting from just GBP 295 inc VAT, you can wear diamond jewellery for any occasion.

Lotus Flower stud earrings in white gold

Inspired by nature

Available in both 9ct and 18ct recycled yellow gold, white gold and rose gold, the collection features diamond pendants, earrings and cufflinks, with designs inspired by nature, including lotus flowers, leaves, droplets and stars, as well as classic solitaire and halo designs.

Launched today, October 20th 2021, this jewellery is the perfect way to make a visual statement and an ethical one, with beautifully designed diamond jewellery without the usual environmental or financial cost.

View the collection in person at 14 Gees Court, London W1U 1JW, or online at…

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Photo credit: Ingle & Rhode

Cover photo: Photo by Junior Karrick DJIKOUNOU 

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