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The Gold Star List

Retailers Who Support the Golden Rules

The retailers listed below have taken a big step towards more more responsible sourcing of gold by declaring their support for the Golden Rules

These Rules represent social, environmental, and human rights criteria for more responsible gold production. By signing on to the rules, these retailers have pledged to pursue and encourage "cleaner" sourcing of gold and other metals.

Some of these jewelers made statements about the importance of more responsible metals sourcing, and the Golden Rules.

Read about the efforts that most of these jewelers are making -- and some are dragging their feet on -- in the jeweler report card in Tarnished Gold: Assessing the Jewelry Industry's Progress on Ethical Sourcing of Metals.

  1. 21Diamonds
  2. Alberto Parada
  3. Alexandra Hart
  4. Amalena Jewelers - Johanna Mejia
  5. American Achievement Corporation
  6. Americus Diamond
  7. April Doubleday
  8. Arlanch
  9. Argos
  10. ArtCarved
  11. Avasarah
  12. Avilan Storied Diamonds
  13. Balfour
  14. Bario Neal
  15. Beaverbrooks*
  16. Ben Bridge Jeweler
  17. Beryllina
  18. Biddy Murphy
  19. Birks & Mayors
  20. Blair Lauren Brown
  21. Blue Nile
  22. Boscov's
  23. Boucheron
  24. Brilliance
  25. Brilliant Earth
  26. Calleija Jewellers
  27. Cartier
  28. Celebrations of Life
  29. Celtic Jewelry
  30. Chocolate Couture
  31. Coral Covey
  32. Cred Jewellery
  33. D'Amore Jewelers
  34. D.NEA
  35. Dale Robertson
  36. Day's Jewelers
  37. Do Amore
  38. Edward Jewelers
  39. Eight Centuries
  40. Fair Trade in Gems and Jewelry
  41. Fey & Co. Jewelers
  42. F. Hinds*
  43. Fifi Bijoux
  44. Foundation Jewellery
  45. Fortunoff
  46. Fraser Hart*
  47. Fred Meyer and Littman Jewelers
  48. Goldsmiths*
  49. Green Diva Jewelry
  50. Hacker Jewelers
  51. Hamilton Jewelers
  52. Helzberg Diamonds
  53. Henrich & Denzel GmbH
  54. Herff Jones
  55. Hyde Park Jewelers
  56. Ingle & Rhode
  57. Intergold
  58. JamesAllen.com
  59. Jasco Designs
  60. JCPenney
  61. Jenn Dewey Designs
  62. Jewelry Days.com
  63. John R. Fox
  64. Joia
  65. Jostens
  66. Juwelier Zimmer
  67. Keepsake
  68. Krikawa Jewelry Designs
  69. Leber Jeweler
  70. Lena Marie Echelle Designs
  71. Linhardt Design
  72. Mappin and Webb*
  73. Melissa Joy Manning
  74. Metal Urges
  75. Michaels Jewelers
  76. Nature's Candy Designs, Ltd.
  77. Nelson's Jewelry
  78. Open Source Minerals
  79. Oria Jewellery
  80. Otley Jewellers / The Ethical Jeweller
  81. Piaget
  82. QVC
  83. Real Jewels
  84. Rideau Recognition Solutions
  85. Robbins Brothers
  86. Sears Holdings Corp.
  87. Security Jewelers
  88. Signet Group
  89. since1910.com
  90. Stephen Fortner
  91. Stuart Berger
  92. Studio C Designs
  93. Sulusso
  94. Taber Studios
  95. Tap by Todd Pownell
  96. Target
  97. The Clarity Project
  98. Tiffany & Co.
  99. Toby Pomeroy
  100. TurningPoint (x)
  101. Ultra Stores
  102. Ute Decker
  103. Van Gundy
  104. Victoria Casal USA (x)
  105. Vipaka Jewelry
  106. Virtue Diamonds
  107. Wal-Mart
  108. Warren James*
  109. Watches of Switzerland*
  110. Whitehall Jewellers (x)
  111. Zale Corp.

* retailers whose commitments were obtained by our partners at CAFOD in the UK
(x) retailers no longer in operation under listed name as of May, 2009

 

Refiners of precious metals are also realizing the value of responsible sourcing of metals. Hoover & Strong and Aurfina hava signed on to the Golden Rules.

Read what leading jewelers have to say about the Golden Rules and ethical sourcing.

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