What Sets Us Apart

Jewelers that offer “conflict free” diamonds are limiting themselves to the Kimberley Process’s definition, which narrowly defines conflict diamonds as diamonds that finance rebel movements against recognized governments. What this definition leaves out is large numbers of diamonds that are tainted by violence, human rights abuses, poverty, and environmental degradation.

Brilliant Earth goes above and beyond the current industry standards to offer beyond conflict free diamonds with a listed country of origin. Our select group of diamond suppliers demonstrate a robust chain of custody protocol for their diamonds and have the ability to track and segregate diamonds by origin. These suppliers are required to source diamonds that originate from specific mine operators who follow internationally recognized labor, trade, and environmental standards. We also offer lab created and recycled diamonds, both of which are eco-friendly alternatives.

Learn more about our commitment to traceable diamond origins.

Mining Practices and Standards

conflict free
conflict free
diamonds do not finance civil wars
untainted by human rights abuses
minimizes environmental degradation
safe and responsible labor practices
community development

Protecting Human Rights

We believe that diamonds should be untouched by human rights abuses, including child labor, forced labor, and violence.


Improving Livelihoods

We're working hard to increase access to diamonds that are mined in alignment with fair trade principles, providing fair wages and safe and progressive working conditions.


Empowering Communities

We believe by investing in communities impacted by diamond mining we can promote long-term economic development and improve access to education and health care.


Protecting the Environment

We believe diamonds should come from mines that are operating according to the highest possible international environmental standards to protect local ecosystems and reclaim mining areas.



We aim to improve transparency and traceability in the diamond industry.