Open House – 17 June 2021
Coloured Gemstones: Pioneering Responsible Mining
Thursday 17 June, 1.30pm (BST) online via Zoom
|Want to know more about ethical gemstones?|
Join our Open House discussion with two pioneering coloured gemstone companies, explore their different business models and what can make an ethical, responsible, sustainable business.
The event is free to attend but please register in advance to join us.
We are pleased to be joined by
|Pia Tonna (Chief Marketing Officer at Fuli Gemstones)|
Fuli Gemstones is developing the largest known peridot deposit in the world. Embracing a core ‘mine-to-market’ business model and a progressive business philosophy, it’s committed to becoming a world-class mining group. Fuli Gemstones is resolute in its offering of a consistent supply of superior gemstones with full traceability, adhering to the strictest safety standards for its mining production, and supported by active global marketing and brand awareness initiatives.
|Hayley Henning (Chief Commercial Officer of Greenland Ruby) |
Unearthed at a pristine location in the south-west of Greenland, Greenland Ruby gems are believed to be the oldest on earth. The company officially began mining in May 2017 and has since been preparing to enter the market with this new source of rubies and pink sapphires. Each gem is mined under the strictest Northern European standards and is fastidiously tracked from the mine.
Come along to hear from our guests about how they operate and the ways in which they are at the forefront of traceable and responsibly sourced gemstones.
The session will be hosted by our own Stuart Pool; a specialist in responsibly mined and fully traceable coloured gemstones, mainly sourced directly from mines in Sri Lanka and Tanzania. He runs gem trading companies Nineteen48, Rubyfair and Crown Gems, as well as being one of the co-founders of Fair Luxury and a key member of the Moyo Gemstones Project.
About Open House
The Fair Luxury Open Housse sessions are an opportunity to get together with the jewellery community, get inspired and find support on your fair jewellery journey.
Established designers, makers, new graduates and independent businesses – whatever stage of the ethical sourcing journey you’re at, you are very welcome.
Join Fair Luxury Open House on Zoom to learn and exchange on all things relating to ethical jewellery. By nurturing a sense of human connection and sharing information we can support each other and help to focus our individual intentions.