Diamond Gardens has a zero-tolerance policy toward conflict diamonds. As such, we support and rely on the Kimberley Process, a process that tracks diamonds from mine to market to ensure that they have been sourced ethically. This is done in partnership with the United Nations and government organizations to prevent trade of illegal diamonds.
At Diamond Gardens, we are committed to quality and sustainability, and we only deal with reputable suppliers who adhere to and enforce the standards of the Kimberley Process. All Diamond Gardens diamonds are warranted to be conflict free.
Conflict diamonds shed light on the ugly part of the diamond trade, but there's a lot of good that comes from conflict-free diamond trading. The legal diamond industry is responsible for employing thousands within African nations. If you'd like to learn more about the benefits of the diamond trade, visit DiamondFacts.org.
The Kimberley Process
The Kimberley Process is an international process created to track and certify diamonds, so buyers have a way of knowing that a diamond was ethically sourced. Since 2003, all diamond retailers have been required to purchase diamonds only from manufacturers with documentation that proves their diamonds were obtained legitimately. This law is enforced by U.S. Customs as diamonds enter through American ports.