This Diamond Jewelry Company Is Committed to Using Only Ethically Mined and Conflict Free Diamonds

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Veröffentlicht am: 19.04.2016 13:01
Rubrik: Industrie & Handwerk


(Presseportal openBroadcast) - By Buying Diamond Jewelry from Bashford Jewelry, Customers Can Be Certain that They Are Contributing to Environmental Protection

April 19, 2016: Those who are looking for high-quality and jewelry made with certified diamonds may be glad to know the news that Bashford Jewelry is offering jewelry made of high quality, certified and conflict free diamonds. The company says that they make ethical, custom made engagement rings using ethically mined, conflict free diamonds and recycled precious metals. They always strive to indulge in fair trade also.

The company further says that their diamonds are certified by Canadamark. They point out that the CanadaMark hallmark program provides for independent verification to establish that a diamond is of Canadian origin. They also point out at the fact that CanadaMark diamonds can only be cut and polished by approved manufacturers and they proudly say that they belong to this category.

They further add that every CanadaMark diamond is responsibly mined in Canada’s Northwest Territories. Not only that, these diamonds are completely natural and untreated. They are tracked through audited processes at every stage right from the country of origin up to the stage when these stones are polished appropriately.

The company further states that the diamonds they use for making jewelry like engagement rings are polished so as to meet specific quality standards. They take pride in the fact that their diamond jewelry are produced with absolute integrity.

The company emphatically says that the Ekati and Diavik mines from which they extract diamonds for making their jewelry have been carefully designed after extensive consultations with the Aboriginal communities who live there. The intention is to protect wildlife in the Lac de Gras area. The mines also have a history of developing and using appropriate technologies and processes for conserving the environment.

The company says they are highly committed to protecting the environment and hence, they make it a point to ensure that the mines they use are signatories to environmental agreements. They also involve local Aboriginal groups and the federal and the territorial governments. This, they believe, will go a long way in protecting the environment from misuse.

Bashford Jewelry reiterates that they always aim to support local business and that they accord top priority for the mines that recognize that a thriving northern economy will benefit both the company and the employees.

Bashford Jewelry says they are offering Lifetime Warranty for their jewelry that are made with ethically mined diamonds. Those who want to return the jewelry they have bought can do so within 10 days. Further, the company offers free shipping of the orders placed by customers.

Customers who wish to design their own jewelry can also do so by getting in touch with their customer service representatives. Customers can track the status of their orders also.

About Bashford Jewelry

Bashford Jewelry is offering jewelry made of high quality, certified and conflict free diamonds. They are particular about using ethically mined diamonds and recycled precious metals for making their jewelry. They always strive to indulge in fair trade also. The diamonds they use for making their jewelry are certified by Canadamark. The CanadaMark hallmark program provides for independent verification to establish that a diamond is of Canadian origin. The company is committed to protecting the environment also.

For Media Contact:

Bashford Jewelry
Contact Person: Neil Stephens
(888) 568-3931
912 Industry Dr.
Seattle, WA 98188
neil@bashfordjewelry.com
http://www.bashfordjewelry.com/

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