VERONE It is in its DNA to work ethically, transparently and responsibly, always committed to sustainability, which is why it offers traceability in all its jewels.
YOUR TRACEABLE JEWELS
Verone delivers all its pieces accompanied by the tracemark certificate: an interactive traceability panel where you can experience:
• The unique storytelling of each jewel, its creation and journey
• The origin of materials, proof of responsible sourcing of diamonds and 100% ethical and recycled gold.
• The art of manufacture that lies behind each jewel.
• The audit to which each piece is subjected
• Downloadable ethical quality certifications
• Tracemark Digital ID - user registration to download personalized on your Smartphone
Gold - Silver 100% Ethical and Recycled
At Verone we work exclusively with ethical, traceable and recycled gold from CoC refineries, to ensure best practices throughout the supply chain.
A "Chain of Custody" or CoC is a documented sequence of custody of raw materials throughout the entire supply chain.
Chain of Custody systems constitute an essential element of differentiation and trust in the commercial practices involved in the production of a jewel.
The certification of these systems offers a guarantee to clients, consumers and interested parties, in relation to a prestigious ethical standard.
The Kimberley Process was established in 2002 as a chain of custody certification system for the rough diamond trade, to ensure that conflict diamonds are kept off the international market. < / p>
The Kimberley Process estimates that its members have reduced the trade in conflict diamonds by more than 99%.
All Verone diamond jewelry incorporates its own Kimberley Process Certificate, which validates its legitimacy and guarantees that it is conflict-free.
Responsible Jewelery Council (RJC): a non-profit organization created to promote ethics, human rights and responsible social practices.
Establishes a prestigious code of good practice and chain of custody program for precious minerals to address labor, environmental and ethical issues in the jewelry industry.
.RJC requires its members to respect the principles of equal pay, fair remuneration and the applicable minimum wage. Thus, Verone guarantees compliance with ethical and fair practices regarding remuneration policy.
To date, there are more than 360 organizations that are part of the Responsible Jewelery Council. , which in order to enhance the transparency of the jewelry sector, will continue to work ethically and responsibly and will continue to be committed to sustainability.
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