Press Release: Announcing launch of Golgappa Jewellery New Website .
Many of us are aware of the struggles of people who face poverty on a day-to-day basis. You might have seen an advert or a documentary with charities urging you to take action.
Equally many of us have a love of jewellery.
However, does anyone stop to think about how the gemstones were moulded in a particular item of jewellery? Or how the materials made their way from their country of origin to yours?
Often there are individuals out there who risk their lives on a daily basis to make sure materials find their way out of their country and onto your wrist, neck or finger. We receive many of our gemstones and precious metals from third world countries, and it is common for us to overlook or neglect this fact - could your high-street jewellers be able to tell you the origin of the diamond in the necklace you are about to buy? Probably not!
Here at Golgappa we are confident that our supplier can account for each and every gemstone's route and the processes used. We use one supplier, who ethically source materials so that we know we are contributing positively to these developing countries and protecting the workers from dangerous working conditions.
So, when you buy from Golgappa you are also helping to break the cycle of poverty and you are supporting ethical mining in developing countries.
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