For people who really care about where their jewellery comes from

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“Our goal has always been to create beautiful, high quality jewellery that is as environmentally and socially responsible as it possibly can be.”

Melinda Bailey, FGAA – Founder

Jewellery the next generation would be proud to own

The biggest responsibility we have right now is to preserve and protect our planet. Not just for ourselves but for future generations as well.

The EJA stamp that appears on every piece of jewellery we make tells those who come after us that you made a responsible decision, that you care about the environment and that you care about human rights.

If we sound right for you, we’d love to hear from you!

Learn more about what it means to be an ethical jewellery buyer.

No matter where you are in Australia

At EJA we’re used to working with people all over Australia. That means we can help you create the perfect engagement ring, wedding ring or other special piece of jewellery no matter where you are.

Check out our testimonials to see for yourself.

Two trees planted for every piece of jewellery we sell

That’s our commitment to help offset the carbon cost of the jewellery we make

Because our responsibility doesn’t end when our jewellery leaves the workshop

The precious metals, diamonds and gemstones we use to make your jewellery are sourced in the most environmentally and socially responsible way possible.

Even so, manufacturing and transport still produce greenhouse gases we need to take responsibility for.

That’s why we do more than just prefer greener materials.

Proudly working with the Carbon Neutral Charitable Fund

Leaf iconPlanting trees to lock away carbon

Leaf iconRegenerating native bushland

Leaf iconRestoring natural biodiversity


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From the blog

Some of our more recent blog articles we hope you find interesting and useful.

#realisrare … Really?

If you’re interested in diamonds and diamond jewellery, it’s very likely you’ve seen the slogan “Real is Rare”. It was the centerpiece of the diamond mining industry’s most recent awareness campaign that now often shows up as a hashtag.It popped up again...

Jewellery ethics – it doesn’t start and finish with diamonds!

One of the things that really strikes me in the current dialogue about the shifting interest towards ethically sourced jewellery is the largely singular focus on diamonds.I’m sure this won’t come as a surprise to many people, but more than just diamonds go...

The latest on Lab-grown Diamonds

2018 was an interesting year for the diamond world. Enormous amounts of attention was paid to what is, in reality, a fairly small segment of the industry.A quick recapBack in March 2018, De Beers, the much-maligned diamond juggernaut announced their...

Two trees for every ring

It's time to do more to reduce our carbon footprintEver since we launched EJA in 2007 we've worked to deliver a solution to customers who want their significant pieces of jewellery (like their engagement and wedding rings) to be produced in the most ethical way...

Recycled Precious Metals – Why they’re our first choice (Part 2)

The Platinum Group Metals Here we're continuing on from our earlier article about recycled and Fair-mined gold. This time we take a look at the other important group of metals used in making fine jewellery – the Platinum Group Metals. First, what are Platinum Group...

Recycled Precious Metals – Why they’re our first choice (Part 1)

All about Gold If you’ve been following Ethical Jewellery Australia (EJA) for any length of time, you’ll probably have noticed we always (and I mean always) mention that the precious metals we use in the jewellery we make for our customers – gold, platinum and...

What happens when the gold runs out?

(Not to mention silver, palladium and platinum!)Lately I’ve been having a lot of discussions with various industry people about Artisanal Small-scale Mining (ASM). Particularly in relation to gold mining.And always in the back of my mind is the nagging...