La Boite d'Or acquista i propri diamanti esclusivamente da taglierie che garantiscano il rispetto delle normative fissate dal Kimberley Process, al fine di assicurare ai propri clienti diamanti provenienti da fonti lecite.
The Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KPCS) is a control system established in 2003 to authenticate the provenance of diamonds. After it became known in the late 1990s that warring parties were abusing the trade with rough diamonds to fund their conflicts, this initiative was founded to put an end to the sale of so called blood or conflict diamonds. Today, more than 49 countries are part of the Kimberley Process, the European Community being counted as one member.
The members commit themselves to strict rules and regulations to verifiably track the legitimate provenance of each diamond. Further detailed information about the Kimberley Process you can find under:www.kimberleyprocess.com
The Responsible Jewellery Council is a not-for-profit, standards setting and certification organisation. It has more than 450 member companies that span the jewellery supply chain from mine to retail. RJC Members commit to and are independently audited against the RJC Code of Practices – an international standard on responsible business practices for diamonds, gold and platinum group metals. The Code of Practices addresses human rights, labour rights, environmental impact, mining practices, product disclosure and many more important topics in the jewellery supply chain.
RJC also works with multi-stakeholder initiatives on responsible sourcing and supply chain due diligence. The RJC’s Chain-of-Custody Certification for precious metals supports these initiatives and can be used as a tool to deliver broader Member and stakeholder benefit. Please explore the RJC website to discover more about standards and certification programs, RJC members, and auditors, and how you might become involved with or benefit from RJC work.