Emma Aitchison’ nature inspired jewellery gives us forms from mountains, volcanoes and oceans, and send important messages about pollution and changing weather patterns. I’m thrilled yet hardly surprised that the Independent has picked Emma as one of the 9 best ethical and sustainable jewellery brands. The Independent praise Emma for her reasonable prices and for even managing to use entirely sustainable packaging. Emma’s prices are matched in the chalkandmoss.com shop.Today, Monday 18th March is Global Recycling Day, so what better day to highlight this great achievement!
Best ethical jewellery – high standards on Fairtrade and recycled materials
To be one of the best ethical jewellery designers comes with high demands. Emma’s sustainable jewellery is made to strict ethical standards, using recycled and responsibly sourced materials where possible, avoids harsh chemicals and shows high consideration for the environment. Her Fairtrade silver and gold comes exclusively from the UK and she takes the Fair Trade pledge every year. Her sustainable practices extend to her low waste studio environment, where pieces are made to order to avoid overproduction. She continues to push for better practices, and now donates profits to the charity 1% for the Planet.
Emma Aitchison sustainable jewellery on chalkandmoss.com
Chalk & Moss has sold Emma’s ethical accessories since the shop opened December 2016, where sustainable products include silver and gold hoop earrings, pendants, necklaces, bangles and bracelets, all made from recycled materials.
New pieces from the collection
New today is the Calm before the Storm pendant necklace, made from 100% recycled silver and brass and a 300mm silver chain. Click here to see this necklace with full product details in the shop. You can see Emma’s full collection here. Until 31st March, you can get 10% off with discount code GOGREEN at the checkout.
New sustainable jewellery coming soon – sign up for news!
There are several more pendants, earrings and bracelets coming soon, so do keep checking in. Or sign up for the newsletter for updates, promotions and blog posts about nature connected and sustainable living. By signing up, you’ll also be sent a special 10% discount code and a free guide on how to connect your home to nature for wellbeing.
Get involved with Global Recycling Day
To learn more about how you can get involved with Global Recycling Day and improve your own recycling, visit Global Recycling Day’s website.