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Aiming  to trade in a manner which supports a sustainable global  environment and economy, fair trade gold and ethically sourced diamonds is a simple idea with profound consequences for all involved. 

Knowing where you diamonds and gold come from is called provenance; and when you are wearing a piece of jewellery, wouldn't it be good to know that it was done with consciousness! 

Saying I Do to Fair Trade

Here I am  (Above) with Judith Lockwood, Dir of Arctic Circle, Fair Trade Gold, Ethically - Sourced Diamonds; and Gary Wroe, CEO of Hockley Mint, and President of The British Jewellers Association.

 I first started following their twitter  and instagram feeds from Tanzania-whilst I was in, ironically, The Arctic Circle selling Tanzanite on board the MS Prinsendam(July)--- We were 1000 of miles apart- Me On Top of The World 71°10′21″ and they, at The Equator--- but on the same wave length. (A diamond jewellery brand using fully traceable Canadian diamonds set in Fair Trade Gold and Made in Britain)

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Honningsvåg. Norway-Ready, Set, North Cape







On Top of The World 71°10′21″

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