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Chaumet takes the sourcing of its raw materials very seriously, especially with regard to its diamonds.

In accordance with the Kimberley process, Chaumet certifies that all of its diamonds are cut by legitimate sources and that they are not involved in armed conflicts, in compliance with the United Nations’ resolutions, on the basis of written guarantees produced by its suppliers.
What is the Kimberley Process?

The Kimberley process, which has been in practice since 2003 and adopted by over 75 countries, is a joint government, industry and civil society initiative to stem the flow of rough diamonds coming from conflict zones, defined as such by the United Nations.

The Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KPCS) guarantees with a certificate that each rough diamond that crosses an international border between two signing countries are ”conflict-free”.

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As a member of the RJC since 2005, Chaumet operates transparently to promote ethical practices that are socially and environmentally responsible, respecting human rights from one end of the jewellery chain to the other, from extraction to sale.

Following an external audit conducted in 2020, all Chaumet facilities worldwide—including the headquarters, workshops and boutiques—have been recertified as members of the RJC until 2023.
What is the RJC?

The Responsible Jewellery Council is an international not-for-profit organisation bringing together more than 300 member companies committed to promoting responsible ethical, human rights, social and environmental practices in a transparent and accountable manner throughout the jewellery industry from mine to retail. Their commitment aims to reinforce consumer and stakeholder confidence in diamond, gold and platinum metals jewellery products.

The Council has developed the RJC Member Certification System, a certification system – which will apply to all Members’ businesses that contribute to the diamond, gold and platinum metals jewellery supply chain. All Commercial Members of the RJC are required to be audited by accredited, third party auditors to verify their conformance with the RJC’s Code of Practices and become certified under the RJC Member Certification System.

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