Origins of ATTIC diamonds

Origins of ATTIC diamonds
We always get to know our diamonds before introducing them to you in any ATTIC piece. As the most popular stone used in engagement rings and other fine jewellery, it’s important that their origins and journey on the way to adorning you is trusted and transparent. We’re committed to ensuring that the small white diamonds used in all ATTIC pieces are always Canadian, working with Canadamark to bring you diamonds that are tracked and responsibly mined in the Northwest Territories. Our perpetual hunt for unique greys and salt and peppers might take us elsewhere around the world, but always from trusted and responsible sources of conflict-free diamonds. This guarantee is due in large part to The Kimberley Process, established as a result of much-needed attention shed on the illicit market of conflict diamonds, or those sourced or mined in war zones to fund insurgencies. The KP, which formed in 2000 is a binding agreement among governments, civil society and industry leaders to remove conflict diamonds from the global supply chain and today 81 governments have included this certification system into their national law. Through massive global efforts, major retailers down to independent local studios like ATTIC can guarantee working exclusively with conflict-free diamonds.