Arabel Lebrusan's new collection of ethical and conflict free wedding rings

Fantastically creative award winning jewellery designer, and long time partner of Green Union, Arabel Lebrusan has just launched an exciting new collection of ethical wedding rings for couples with a conscience.

Arabel told us that the wedding bands have been inspired by both traditional and modern wedding symbolism and are made right here in the UK using mostly ethical resources.

Our favorite is a distinctive wedding band with a beautifully hand engraved Wheat Sheaf motif, one of the earliest traditional wedding symbols representing union and fertility. There’s also a Diamond Star ring and a Diamond flower ring both with delicate hand engraved detail and set with conflict free diamonds. So pretty!

The collection of six rings also includes the Beloved Ethical Diamond Wedding Ring, with a choice of one, three, five or eight diamonds, the Cherish Full Diamond Wedding Ring, a grain set, baroque-style band and the Promise Full Diamond Wedding Ring, a stunning channel set band. In-line with the big trend for more delicately sized wedding rings, the bands are available in a more slender 2mm width.

Arabel said: "Å“As one of the first Fairtrade gold licencees I’m really excited about the launch of my new wonderfully charming and elegant wedding band collection, full of narrative and symbolism, which I’m proud to say has been made right here in the UK and produced using certified ethical resources."

What’s not to love?

The jewelry collection will be available to purchase from the online boutique: in May 2013.

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Published: 23-04-2013

Published By: Rosie


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