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by adakallgren on 4 May, 2015

Jeweller Golpira ensures the sourcing process is done in an ecologically and socially sound way.

We appreciate the personal and storytelling qualities of jewellery and recently discovered a gem in sustainable jeweller Golpira. The brand mixes style, story and intention by using gold that is mined with the damaging effects of conventional gold digging in mind, ensuring that the sourcing process is done in an ecologically and socially sound way. With this, all pieces are enriched with naturally formed fair trade gold nuggets and hand crafted in Germany. We love the raw and honest designs reflecting the brand’s timely dedication to effortless and eternal style. More here


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