Responsible Jewellery

With our commitment to social responsibility and sustainability front and center of our business, we believe each piece of jewellery is a reflection of our values. Our jewellery is made with longevity in mind, from design through prototyping, development and final production. We value natural resources and aim to be carbon conscious at every step of the process. 

We believe in excellent craftsmanship, increased traceability of materials and accelerating the use of recycled metals, all while ensuring ethical, sustainable and transparent business practice throughout our supply chain.

Ethical production

We are a proud member of the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC), the leading authority for sustainability standards in the global watch and jewellery industry. All our main jewellery manufacturers are certified members of the RJC, having obtained the RJC Code of Practices (COP) certification. The COP certification is the only industry standard covering the entire supply chain from start to finish of the jewellery production process. With a high focus on business ethics and responsible supply chain management, it is widely recognised as a global landmark standard.


Transparency is a fundamental component towards more sustainable supply chains. Only through openness can we learn, analyze the risks and mitigate them. Tom Wood is committed to transparency and traceability in raw material sourcing and continues to work collaboratively with industry organizations and our suppliers to promote best practices across our entire supply chain. 

We encourage our customers to make informed decisions about their purchases. We believe in providing as much information pertaining to every step in our supply chain as possible. To that end, we maintain full transparency regarding our evolving environmental initiatives, fair labor practices, and ethical business standards. As an example of our commitment, all our suppliers are listed on our webpage. 

Recycled metals

We exclusively work with high quality precious metals such as 925 sterling silver and 9k gold. As a means to reduce our carbon footprint we aim to accelerate the use of recycled precious metals in our collections. Recycling and repurposing metal is one way of reducing the environmental impact of jewellery production, both in terms of improving the lifespan of the metal as well as reducing water toxicity and waste. As gold and silver are renewable resources, it can be recycled over and over again without losing its value or purity. Silver and gold are the most used metals in our jewellery and therefore the most impactful place to start our journey towards circularity. 

For any inquiries, get in touch with us by sending an email to [email protected]

Low Impact Report

To read more about our sustainability initiatives read our Low Impact Report.