As more jewellers commit to FAIRMINED gold, we are busy licensing jewellers across the world. Recently, Denmark, considered one of the eco-friendliest countries in the world, also made the list of countries with FAIRMINED licensed jewellers.
Jewellery designer Anna-Moltke Huitfeldt is the first Dane ever to join the FAIRMINED initiative. Anna has searched the planet for ethical metals and gems since she began creating jewellery designs and, inspired by the values of her materials, she creatively designs her pieces to represent respect for human kind, positive change and a sustainable future. These are values she shares withbearers of her pieces such as the young classical star violinist Charlie Siem and others looking to make a positive difference in the world through their choice of jewellery.
“Working with FAIRMINED precious metals brings a further consciousness to the issue of what ethically sourced raw materials mean to us all: A better future. Not only for the miners, but for their children and our children who will know that we make a common effort of changing inequalities in the world” says Anna. But the Danish designer does not stop at fighting for better lives for mining communities. Anna takes the positive effects of FAIRMINED metals to the next level by donating part of the sales of FAIRMINED bracelets to cancer research through the Danish fund “A Race Against Breast Cancer”.