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On our minds: eco diamonds

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by adakallgren on 19 November, 2015

Leonardo DiCaprio is Diamond Foundry's biggest fan. Wonder why?

On our minds is Diamond Foundry, a 100% sustainable and “conflict free” diamond manufacturer which recently gained some recognition with an investment injection from Leonardo DiCaprio. The California-based start-up made up of engineers from some of the US most prominent universities has developed a way of making diamonds with the help of solar power, offering an alternative to mining and the hefty environmental and labour issues that come with it. What adds an extra spark to Diamond Foundry is their marketplace, a space where independent designers can sell the jewellery they’ve made from the stones, at full profit. The actor and environmental activist says to be proud to invest in the brand “sustainably culturing diamonds without the destructive use of mining”. Read more here.


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