The Carat Room maintains an ongoing environmental consciousness and fair trade awareness in our manufacturing processes and in the lives of all of our associates. We are committed to conducting all operations in the most socially responsible manner possible.
We believe it is our duty to improve the lives of our associates and ensure they are compensated fairly for their labor. By supporting ethical suppliers and every facet of fair trade jewelry, we believe we can make a difference in our communities.
And just as we are committed to bettering the jewellery industry, we are committed to making our own local community a better place.
At The Carat Room, we are committed to ethical sourcing and environmental sustainability in all aspects of our operations. This includesusing 100% recycled materials in our manufacturing processes.
The Carat Room adheres to strict protocols in regards to the sourcing of both lab-grown and mined gemstones. As a natural resource, gemstones can be found almost anywhere, but they are mined, cut, and exchanged too frequently to easily collect traceable documentation of their exact source.
However, we engage in several practices to ensure the integrity of the gemstones we purchase and believe in creating an open dialogue about gemstone sourcing to be as transparent and trustworthy as possible.
The Carat Room procures majority of its diamonds directly from suppliers that manufacture rough diamonds. Most polished diamonds originate from Canada, South Africa, Botswana, Russia, and Namibia.
We share our commitment to upholding the highest standards for ethics, integrity, and professionalism in the diamond industry.
We are committed to selling conflict-free diamonds. We believe it is completely unacceptable to tolerate conflict diamonds and human suffering in any way.
All polished, mined diamonds sold by The Carat Room comply with the Kimberly Process, which ensures rough diamonds are
The Kimberley Process (KP) unites administrations, civil societies, and industry in reducing the flow of conflict diamonds - ‘rough diamonds used to finance wars against governments’ - around the world.