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Ethical Diamonds from Brilliant Earth

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Brilliant Earth Diamonds If a special holiday or birthday is coming up for someone you love, you may be thinking about presenting that special someone with a little shiny gift; or perhaps even popping the question. Either way, jewelry makes a glamorous and unforgettable gift for anyone; however, when shopping for that special someone choose wisely.

The production of jewelry is the complete opposite of what it stands for, it’s a dirty, violent business that produces tons of mine waste with each product. Ensure your lover’s next gift doesn’t support this dirty business and is environmentally-friendly by choosing a jeweler with a conscience.

Brilliant Earth is one jeweler that will provide you with the best selection of guilt-free diamonds that are sure to please the one you love. Their diamonds are exclusively mined in Canada in a conflict free zone that follows strict environmental laws. Aside from providing beautiful custom settings, Brilliant Earth donates 5 percent of their profits to help communities who have suffered from unethical practices in the jewelry industry. So if you are looking to shine up your wardrobe, Brilliant Earth is one jeweler that will make you look good, and feel good too!


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