CONFLICT-FREE DIAMONDS

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Always Ethically Sourced
Always Ethically Sourced
The Shane family has been ethically sourcing all our diamonds since 1929, when Tom Shane's grandfather opened his first store. You can feel confident your Shane Co. diamond is conflict-free, while also knowing your purchase helped support a community.
The Shane family has been ethically sourcing all our diamonds since 1929, when Tom Shane's grandfather opened his first store. You can feel confident your Shane Company diamond is conflict-free, while also knowing your purchase helped support a community.
Where in the World
All our diamonds come from countries that participate in the Kimberley Process, so you'll always know your diamond is conflict-free.
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Diamonds Do Good
Our industry has a positive impact on the diamond communities around the world. In fact, the revenue from diamond producers has enabled local governments to invest in public healthcare, education, roads, electricity, and more.
Loose Diamonds
Every year, modern diamond mining contributes over $292 million in benefits related to social programs worldwide, from education to healthcare.
Loose Sapphires
Diamond producers create $16 billion per year in socio-economic and environmental benefits in the countries in which they operate.
Loose Rubies
Employees of leading diamond producers earn on average 65% more than the average salary of their country.
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The Kimberley Process
The Kimberley Process was started in 2000 to help stop the trade of "blood diamonds" by establishing an international certification process for rough diamonds. We only do business with vendors and suppliers who comply with the Kimberley Process, the voluntary System of Warranties, and United Nations resolutions pertaining to conflict diamonds. In fact, well before the Kimberley Process was established, Shane Co. issued letters to all our vendors insisting that they be vigilant about not purchasing diamonds from conflict areas. Since 1929 the Shane family has taken the utmost care to do business only with suppliers who possess integrity.