We would like to introduce our corporate members as follows:
Blue Diamond Members
Monnickendam’s long trading history provides an exceptionally rich and varied source of experience to draw upon, and has given us the time to develop and establish a core set of fundamental values and ethics. Tradition has its place in a progressive business and we do cherish this greatly in whatever we do at Monnickendam. Nonetheless, Monnickendam, like time, never stops. We always remain alert and responsive to modern challenges and develop innovative approaches to the diamond market and techniques in diamond cutting and polishing.
Yellow Diamond Members
SUNJEWELS Private Limited.
Sunjewels is a leading producer of fine jewellery working with retailers and designer brands worldwide since 1985. It is a family run business employing over 900 people across multiple facilities in Mumbai and Jaipur. We are a member of the Responsible Jewellery Council and the World Economic Forum recognizes us as a Global Growth Company. The company is constantly at the forefront of innovation in product, techniques, as well as management and human resource systems, including the practice of daily yoga since the past fifteen years! We are committed towards the highest possible levels of quality and delivery, our primary goal is to meet with our clients’ expectations and provide a personalized level of service.
Ingle & Rhode
Our story began in 2006, when David Rhode was looking for an engagement ring but couldn’t find a jeweller who could tell him where their diamonds had come from, or the conditions under which their jewellery was produced. The more he looked into the industry, the more compromises he discovered he was being asked to make. From blood diamonds, to dirty gold, to sweatshops and child labour. Together David and his friend Tim Ingle launched Ingle & Rhode in 2007 to offer an ethical alternative to the traditional luxury brands.
The idea of the secret meaning is at the core of all I make. Since my philosophy studies, my work has always been about mystery and discovery. In the efforts of building a straight line between my inner world and designs, I tripped over a question: were the materials we were using as fair and authentic as the meaning they would have preserved? Beautiful esthetic should come along beautiful ethic. We began questioning our suppliers and learning more about the dynamics behind gold, pearls and gems. Since then, we introduced Fairtrade Gold in Italy and continue to look for the fairest precious materials.
Peace Diamond (Tarzan Ltd) https://tarzan-ltd.com (under construction)
TOKYO PEARL CO., LTD
The strength of Tokyo Pearl is that, as an importer of diamonds, it is closely connected to diamond markets around the world, such as India, Belgium and Israel, in addition to being a pearl manufacturer. We also operate our own polishing factory in Bangkok. In accordance with fair trade rules, we supply jewelers and retailers in both the domestic and international market with natural diamonds from various locations, sourced from suppliers who can be trusted for their traceability.
White Diamond Members
Timeless jewelry to be passed on for generations.
Designer MIO HARUTAKA executes this line with her special devotion and wish to deliver her world-view.
We are an independent family run diamond wholesale business. Almost 50 years in the diamond trade supporting independent retail jewellers. We work hard to establish proper diamond supply chains. We have our own authentication system for sourcing responsibly mined, ethically sourced, individually verified and professionally graded diamonds. Trust is hard to earn and easy to lose. It’s also the core of our successful business partnerships. Through prompt and efficient service, we honour our commitments to you. We provide consistency of products and service, while striving for excellence in every interaction we have.
San Francisco, U.S.A.
D’Amadeo is a diamond and colored stone wholesaler focused on antique, post-consumer recycled and known-source gemstones. Through volunteer efforts with organizations including the Jewelry Glossary Project, Ethical Metalsmiths and the Jewelry Industry Summit, we are hoping to help create a more transparent, equitable, and sustainable jewelry materials supply chain.
We started this business wanting to spread lab grown diamonds that are not related to conflict or environmental destruction to Japan. In Japan, they are not so popular yet.
We believe in the new concept in jewelry “ethical diamond” to help achieve Sustainable Development Goals.
[Note] The above introductions are provided by each corporate member. Thus Diamonds for Peace do not guarantee the contents. Should you have any questions, please contact the above companies directly.