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Ivanka Trump Introduces Sustainable Diamond Collection

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Who knew that social responsibility is a core value for Ivanka Trump? The newest addition to Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry is the bridal collection, which features conflict-free diamonds that are not only 100% sustainable but beautiful and timeless as well.

Created through a partnership with Waldman Diamond Company, the collection consists of about 12 pieces which feature Canadian diamonds sourced from environmentally responsible mines. According to WWD, recycled gold and platinum have also been “infused into the pieces to make the offerings ‘truly green.’”

“We are studying the process and the steps necessary to incorporate sustainability into my entire collection,” Trump told WWD. “My belief is that every step an individual or a company can take towards being more environmentally conscious is another step in the right direction.”

Wedding bands and engagement rings from Trump’s bridal collection range from $7,000 to $13,000 respectively, but she also offers pieces that are up to $130,000 as well (like the Medallion Ring at 6.81 carats).

Via: Ecouterre.

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