10 eco-friendly jewelry brands you’ll love

As a jewelry designer who works to create pieces with sustainability in my mind, I love to support other companies and artisans that make eco-friendly jewelry.

The following eco-friendly jewelry brands use a combination of recycled and reclaimed materials, gemstones that are mined ethically, and mindful packaging to bring you beautifully crafted sustainable jewelry that you are sure to love!

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10 Eco Jewelry Designers

Andrea Bonelli Jewelry

14k moss aquamarine & moissanite eco-friendly leaf necklace
14k moss aquamarine & moissanite leaf necklace | Photo courtesy of Andrea Bonelli

Andrea Bonelli’s line of gold wedding and engagement bands, studs, and gemstone necklaces are made from recycled metals and recycled and ethically mined stones. Each piece is handcrafted with love with special attention paid to the sources of materials she uses.

Anueva Jewelry

Anueva makes eco-friendly jewelry from recycled metals and diamonds
Ring made from recycled gold and diamond | Photo courtesy of Anueva

Made from gold, silver, and gemstones that are recycled, Anueva feature eco-friendly jewelry that is inspired by nature. Plus, for each piece purchased, designer Jennifer plants a treat through Plant-It 2020.

Bario Neal

A leader in ethical sourcing, Bario Neal jewelry fairmined and recycled metal, as well as ethically and responsible mined diamonds and gemstones. They are also committed to supporting happy and healthy conditions along every step of their supply chain.

Bead for Life

With their handcrafted beads made from recycled paper in Uganda, Bead for Life is a Fair Trade non-profit company offers vibrant jewelry while working to lift women out of poverty.

Beryllina by Laurie Lynn

Beryllina’s line of high-end handcrafted jewelry is a reflection of the owner and maker Laurie Lynn’s commitment to social and environmental awareness. She uses only recycled metals and American gemstones in her meticulously crafted designs, even mining some of the stones herself!

Read more about Beryllina in this artist interview

Brilliant Earth

Brilliant Earth goes beyond many companies when it comes to providing high-quality sustainably-made jewelry. In addition to using only recycled and refined precious metals in their designs, they only use diamonds that they can assure are from ethical and environmentally responsible sources. Brilliant Earth also donates 5% of their proceeds to assist communities that have been taken advantage of due to unethical jewelry practices.

Eco Lustre

driftwood mod flower ring
Driftwood mod flower ring | Photo courtesy of Eco Lustre

Eco Lustre was started by two fashion-conscious sisters who wanted jewelry that was not only beautiful and affordable but also environmentally-conscious. All of the jewelry they carry is handcrafted by artisans in the U.S., made from recycled materials, and use sustainable business practices.


Recycled fork ring by MarchelloArt
Intertwining hearts bracelet made from a recycled fork | Photo courtesy of MarchelloArt

This unique jewelry collection, featuring spoons and forks that have beautifully redesigned into spoons and bracelets, is a clear reflection of MarchelloArt’s mission statement: “To inspire people to live an environmentally friendly lifestyle. To encourage them to reduce, reuse, repurpose and recycle as much as possible. To bring fulfillment, value, joy and fun to everyone by showing them that everything can be given a second life.”

What Goes Around Jewelry

Blue topaz ring with sterling silver
Sterling silver and blue topaz ring | Photo courtesy of Andrea Pellicani

Designer Andrea Pellicani of What Goes Around Jewelry has been designing ethical jewelry since 1990, using reclaimed silver and gemstones locally sourced in Oregon.

Photo by Alan Bartl


Recycled glass rings by reVetro
Recycled glass rings | Photo courtesy of reVetro

The daughter & mother-in-law duo behind reVetro transform recycled glass bottles into gorgeous pieces of jewelry and housewares.

What’s your favorite eco-friendly jewelry brand?