We only buy diamonds from trusted legitimate sources that operate in full compliance with the Kimberly process, and are therefore not involved in funding conflict.

The Kimberley Process is an agreement by members of the United Nations that calls for an international certification standard for all rough diamonds.

The Kimberley Process has done more than just restrict the flow of conflict diamonds; it has also helped stabilize fragile countries and supported their development. As the Kimberley Process has made life harder for criminals, it has brought large volumes of diamonds onto the legal market that would not otherwise have made it there. This has increased the revenues of poor governments, and helped them to address their countries’ development challenges. For instance, some $125 million worth of diamonds were legally exported from Sierra Leone in 2006, compared to almost none at the end of the 1990s.