A responsible jewelry eco-system

The jewelry supply chain of ExJewel is transparent, traceable, standardised and sustainable.

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The 2020 Conscious Jewelry Report is available

It all started with stats!

The environmental problems generated by businesses in the jewelry industry lie mainly in the excessive supply of precious stones and materials needed to create a jewel. 

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jewels around the world are neither sold by professionals nor worn by owners + 30% unsold or excess inventory from businesses

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Is it normal to extract mines (both precious stones and materials) 18 times more than is necessary to meet market demand?

We decided to CHANGE NOW with a circular economy

ExJewel is committed to promoting the jewelry eco-system ethically, respectfully of the environment. We aim at disrupting the traditional procurement of mining by reusing jewelry pieces that are no longer in use. The idea is to make long-lasting and sustainable products led by recycling and innovation. 

CHANGENOW with 9 missions in mind.

ExJewel creates the perfect digital bridge, a sort of middle-man, to securely innovate appraisal services.

ExJewel fights against counterfeit products by providing traceable, digital and secure jewelry and gemstone appraisal for both customers & businesses.

  1. Customers seek transparency & authentication. We work closely with customers, precious metals refineries and precious gemstones suppliers to find sense to their recent purchase.
  2. Jewelry brands can try to reinvent incredible designs with new stories and marketing. 

ExJewel offers traceability along its platform, offering a Kimberley Process 2.0.

ExJewel protects human rights by labeling jewelry collections and protecting miners.

ExJewel rethinks jewelry production by offering an ethical & sustainable supply chain. Earth is always at the epee-center of every development.

ExJewel is willing to give a second life to all jewelry and precious gemstone.

ExJewel uses AI-based technology and millions of data to rely on predicting the right trend. We finally standardized gemstone and diamond prices through data.

ExJewel reuses precious stones including diamonds by making them available to the supply chain.

  1. Over-mining of precious metals and precious stones (rough diamonds & gemstones)
  2. That number is at risk with the move towards synthetic diamonds being produced in laboratories. 


ExJewel is commited to reducing CO2 emissions in the jewelry production cycle by 80% by recycling precious materials.

OUR ETHICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT​

Every jewelry has 2 lives. At ExJewel, we believe that you deserve to know what your jewelry is really worth today so that you can decide the second life you want to give them.

The environmental problems generated by businesses in the jewelry industry lie mainly in the excessive supply of precious stones and materials needed to create a jewel. We believe that it is possible to reinvent the jewelry industry by recycling existing materials.

ExJewel is committed to promoting the jewelry eco-system ethically, respectfully of the environment. We aim at disrupting the traditional procurement of mining by reusing jewelry pieces that are no longer in use. The idea is to make long-lasting and sustainable products led by recycling and innovation. 

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of recycled gold
We recycle and use all precious metals by working with the best refineries in France.
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of reused diamonds
We reuse reuse precious stones by making them available to the supply chain.

Our ethical and social impact

At ExJewel, we are sensitive to the creation of jewels through a supply chain revisited in the respect of human rights: as much the respect of the conditions of work in the mines and other places of productions as the deadly conflicts generated by the extraction and production of materials and more specifically diamond.

Our partners

ExJewel works with the biggest players in responsible consumption

ExJewel looks after animal welfare in Africa, including ivory. We are working with WWF to regulate the exploitation and use of ivory in jewelery.
Exjewel works to improve working conditions in the mines. After visiting the Emerald mines of Colombia, we participate in the protection of minors and hope to improve their working conditions.