Welcome to Noemi Diamonds
What we do
Our mission is to create beautiful, sustainable jewelry that blends timeless craftsmanship with modern ethics. We believe that jewelry should not only reflect the love and moments it symbolizes, but also contribute to a better world. That's why we source only recycled diamonds and other responsibly made diamonds and materials to craft our designs, inspired by the rich history and artistry of Florence, Italy. Every piece we create is a celebration of love, heritage, and a commitment to a sustainable future.
The glamour of the most enticing creations shines even brighter as the modern ethical attitude gives confidence to our customers that they make the right choice.
Our primary goal is to make unique jewelry with intricate, delicate designs as much as possible from existing materials. Recycling materials is a straightforward process in high jewelry: Diamonds don't age as they are aged already (at least one billion years old). Gold is just as new when recycled; one can't tell if it is old or new, and gold doesn't lose its quality. So yes, we can recycle materials without compromising the value of our exceptional jewelry.
So, first, we check if any material is eligible for circular use. If not, we also like to consider other diamonds from responsible origins. Also, that has advantages since it is possible to support, for example, social goals. Therefore, it is essential to build climate-resilient social communities in remote regions of the world.
Why we do it
As responsible jewelers, we have learned, studied, and concluded that it is indispensable for our future to keep the Paris Climate Accord goals.
The 1.5°C warming goal is an important target for mitigating the impacts of climate change. Here are some reasons why reaching this goal is crucial:
- Impacts on people: Limiting warming to 1.5°C is critical for reducing the risks to human health and well-being, such as increased frequency and intensity of heatwaves, hurricanes, droughts and wildfires, sea-level rise and flooding.
- Protecting ecosystems: Warmer temperatures can cause significant changes in ecosystems, such as coral reef die-off, and declines in biodiversity, which would have consequences for food security and other essential ecosystem services.
- Reducing inequality: The impacts of climate change are often felt more acutely by vulnerable populations, including those living in poverty, indigenous peoples, and people in low-lying island states. A 1.5°C target would help to reduce these disparities.
- Avoiding "tipping points": Beyond 1.5°C, the risk of reaching "tipping points" in the climate system increases, such as the collapse of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet and the irreversible thawing of permafrost, which could trigger feedback loops that amplify warming and cause significant harm.
- Meeting the Paris Agreement goal: The Paris Agreement, signed by nearly 200 countries, aims to limit global warming to well below 2°C and pursue efforts to limit it to 1.5°C. Achieving the 1.5°C target is essential for meeting the Paris Agreement goal and avoiding the most dangerous impacts of climate change.
In conclusion, circular and responsible diamond jewelry represents a new era in the world of gemstones. It offers consumers a way to enjoy the beauty and sparkle of diamonds while also making a positive impact on the world. By choosing circular and responsible diamond jewelry, we can help to create a more sustainable and equitable industry for everyone. So, the next time you are in the market for diamond jewelry, consider choosing a piece that is not just beautiful, but also good for people and the planet.
As we practice recycling, the carbon emission footprint of a jewel can be reduced to almost zero. In balance with nature and the needs of the future generation, environmental and social engagements add to sustainability. For example, we support the Botswana Open University, that grants access to knowledge for everybody, and the initiative 8 Billion Trees.
How we do it
Diamonds do not lose value; right the opposite, they appreciate over time. Because their value lasts over generations, they deserve a makeover. Often, the styles of cutting/ polishing are tied to the period in which they were created. First, we acquire inherited or second-market diamonds in rings, pendants, bracelets, and other jewels. In the next step, we recut and repolish at the best cutters and in today's most desirable and trending cuts (for example, Heart and Arrows, Brilliant, or Leonardo da Vinci Cut). Learn more about cuts here:
Recycled gold is made through a process that recovers gold from existing sources, rather than extracting new gold from the earth. Here is a general overview of the process:
- Collection: Recycled gold begins with the collection of gold-containing materials, such as estate jewelry that is not used anymore. These materials are typically collected by recycling companies or gold refineries.
- Smelting: The collected materials are melted down to remove any non-gold components, such as plastics or metals. The resulting pure gold is then poured into bars or castings.
- Refining: The smelted gold is then refined to remove impurities, such as silver and copper. This is done through a process that uses chemicals and heat to purify the gold.
- Testing: The purified gold is then tested for its purity, usually expressed as carats (e.g. 24-karat gold). This testing helps to ensure that the gold meets the required standards for use in jewelry and other applications.
- Production: The recycled gold is then ready to be used in the production of new gold products, such as new jewelry designs and coins.
By recycling gold and diamonds, we can conserve natural resources, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and minimize the environmental impact of gold and diamond mining.
If you would like to offer a piece of unused jewelry or want to know the possible price of your heritage, please do not hesitate to contact our e-boutique and provide us with more information.
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Legal and administrative facts:
Noemi.Diamonds is a trademark of
iDress B.V., Headquarter, The Netherlands, KvK no 51199351, RSIN 823139888.
The fulfilment address for sending and returns is Noemi.Diamonds at Rijfstraat 2, 2018 Antwerp, Belgium.
Outside EU: Noemi Investments GmbH, Landstrasse 123, 9495 Triesen, Principality Liechtenstein. The registration number is FL- 0002.636.978-