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Wedding Jewellery

The ring - the symbolic significance of engagement and wedding rings makes choosing them a big decision since we now know that the sparkle comes at a price.

The issues of "conflict free" gold and "blood" diamonds are difficult to get to grips with, but if they are important to you then one way to source more ethical jewellery is to buy from a reputable designer, maker or jeweller who can reassure you as to the origins of the products they sell. You can read more about the subject here.

Individual jewellery designers and makers try their best to source ethical metals and gems, so finding a local jewelry designer whose style you like and asking about their sourcing policy will give you the confidence that they are doing their best to be as ethical as possible. Commissioning a designer maker can turn out to be a creative and rewarding experience and surprisingly cost effective, resulting in a beautiful bespoke piece of jewellery which has been individually made for you.

Cred Jewellery has put together a fantastic free Guide to Choosing your Perfect Wedding or Engagement Ring - you can download it here or click on the image below for the booklet.

Something old - a family heirloom.

An engagement ring from your fiance's family, your grandmother's wedding ring - what a wonderful gift!

Search antique shops for a unique piece of jewellery. Have it reworked by a jeweller who can customise it specially for you.

All our partners offer ethical, vintage and hand made jewellery.


Wedding planning can be a daunting prospect, but it needn't be. Just take a deep breath and rummage through our pages of information, advice and useful tips for throwing an eco friendly wedding. We'll take you through the planning process from start to finish. Have a wonderful journey!


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