Jewelry is not just an accessory. It’s meant to stir emotion, to move us, as art does. It can symbolize and mark the most important moments of our lives. It can express how we want to feel and what kind of world we want to live in.

A lot goes into a handmade piece of jewelry: worldview, thought, design, craftsmanship, and materials.

I believe that as a luxury, jewelry has both the responsibility and the means to make the world a better place.

That’s why at Wonder, I constantly work to improve sustainable practices: all jewelry is made to order or in limited runs in my studio, currently by myself.

I use Fairmined gold from artisanal and small-scale mining because it’s traceable and better for the environment and the people.

You will only find ethical gemstones here, from artisanal mines, and I choose to work exclusively with premium sapphires and diamonds because of their hardness and toughness for longevity – so the jewelry can bring you joy for years to come.

Finally, the packaging – wooden boxes are made from a solid piece of beautiful timber, sourced from sustainable forests, and managed to ensure the balance and biodiversity of the surrounding area is maintained. They are keepsakes in their own right.

All shipping is carbon neutral. How? Every package’s carbon footprint is offset by supporting green initiatives around the world

How do I ensure the sustainability of materials? They come through a very short supply chain: the mine > committed ethical traders/partners > my studio > you.

How is this different from normal supply?

Most gemstones are completely untraceable due to complicated routes they take around the world, through trading centers where they get mixed into batches, resold, and remixed. Gold gets melted and refined endlessly, sold, and resold; through this complicated process, illegal gold can enter the markets.

I’m very honored and proud to personally know the wonderful people along my supply chain and belong to committed organizations, and support them in creating opportunities for development in mining communities, ensuring fair wages and treatment of miners, and working to protect the environment where mining operations take place.