Ring Guidance

Sustainable Luxury

"As a family business of three generations, our belief is that fine jewellery should not only be beautifully crafted, but also stand for something good, with sustainability at the heart of this."

Michael Isaac - Jewellery Designer & Gemologist

We Are

A Responsible Business

At Bradleys, our philosophy is to build a brand to be a force for good. We’re committed to reducing our impact on the planet, and we’re constantly looking for ways to become more sustainable across our supply chain. From the way we source our precious metals and diamonds to lowering our carbon footprint through local manufacturing, we are bound by a mission to operate in a socially responsible way at every step.


Sustainable & Responsible Luxury

Ethical Diamonds

Over the last 50 years we’re proud to have forged strong relationships with trusted suppliers who, like us, are committed to upholding the standards established by the Kimberley Process - an international system that ensures non-conflict diamonds from legitimate sources.

Recycled Metals

At Bradleys, we’re proud to use 100 percent recycled gold or platinum in many of our jewellery creations. We also use Fairtrade Gold by request.

Lowering Our Carbon Footprint

We make many of our rings in our workshop and we only partner with the best locally based manufacturers. Not only does this guarantee true uniqueness and quality but it also reduces the environmental impact of long haul shipping.

Re-use & Re-invent

We believe that you don’t always need to buy new jewellery. Many people have unworn items laying away gathering dust that simply need a fresh twist and some TLC. Our REINVENT initiative repurposes beloved items of jewellery, turning them into modern, pieces.

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What if you could have a truly one-of-a-kind engagement or wedding ring? Something you knew, no one else in the world owns. Something that tells your story, that symbolises your love for one another, that you could pass down to your children. For most people, paying for that kind of craftsmanship just isn’t realistic... Until now.