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Brilliant Earth and CanadaMark Partner on Collection
The responsible sourcing e-tailer and mining program have collaborated on bridal and fine jewelry offerings.
San Francisco--Brilliant Earth, the ethical jewelry e-commerce retailer, and CanadaMark, Dominion Diamond Corporation’s responsibly mined diamond program, have found natural partners in each other.
This month, the companies launched their collaboration of engagement rings, wedding bands, stud earrings and bracelets, called the “Signature Collection Featuring CanadaMark.”
The collection is designed by Brilliant Earth and utilizes CanadaMark diamonds, which are mined in Canada’s Northwest Territories and tracked at every stage of production.
The CanadaMark program also focuses on involving and benefiting Aboriginal communities from where its diamonds are mined.
Brilliant Earth’s Vice President of Strategy and Merchandising, Kathryn Money, commented, “We are proud to collaborate with a partner that mirrors our commitment to ethical sourcing, community development and excellence. This collection will appeal to our millennial customers who place a premium on ethical sourcing, high quality craftsmanship, and beautiful designs.”
Brilliant Earth’s Signature Collection Featuring CanadaMark is available on BrilliantEarth.com and at the company’s showrooms in San Francisco, Los Angeles and Boston.
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