Our commitments

The know-how

Our jewellery is entirely handcrafted.

Each piece is carefully handcrafted and all our jewellery is made in small batches or to order.

Our craftsmen take the time to carefully select the most beautiful gemstones in order to guarantee optimal quality and each piece undergoes various stages of quality control throughout its production.

Responsible procurement 

As responsible mining is a core concern, Mayuri is committed to working with suppliers who are certified by the Responsible Jewellery Council and who apply environmental and anti-corruption standards.

Respecting the Kimberley Process, we place great importance on the provenance and traceability of our diamonds and coloured gems.

Each piece is individually checked before being shipped and a certificate of authenticity is issued for each ring in 9 and 18 gold karats.

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What is the Responsible Jewellery Council and the Kimberley Process?

The RJC aims to promote ethical, social and environmentally responsible use of the supply chain within the diamond and jewellery industry.

From mining to retail, respect for human rights and responsible business and operational practices are respected. The Kimberley Process is an international certification scheme for rough diamonds.

This label guarantees that the diamonds set in our jewellery do not come from conflict zones and do not fund military conflict.

The use of recycled metals

We are committed to offering you sustainable jewellery through the use of recycled metals.

Reducing the impact of the mining industry, and in particular the consumption of chemicals used during extraction, is a goal we strive to pursue.

More than 80% of our jewellery is made using recycled gold and silver. These metals can be reused over and over again without losing their properties, ensuring an environmentally friendly approach.