The Tiny Jewel Box Conflict-Free Diamond Policy
At Tiny Jewel Box, we only purchase diamonds through suppliers who, like us, adhere to and enforce the standards established by the Kimberley Process, an initiative established by the United Nations General Assembly in 2003 to monitor the buying and selling of diamonds. This process, which tracks diamonds from mine to market, ensures that all of our diamonds are warranted to be conflict-free.
Jim Rosenheim sits on the Ethical Initiatives Committee of the Jewelers of America.
Tiny Jewel Box does not sell any coral products. We understand that unsustainable coral harvesting can critically damage important marine ecosystems and we work to increase awareness about coral conservation and the role that the jewelry industry can play in its protection.
While trading in antique ivory remains legal, Tiny Jewel Box does not engage in the practice in an effort to discourage its use in any capacity.