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Article Published on: 5TH JAN 2023 | www.demodemagazine.com
An independent jewelry and watchmaker belonging to a French family, Maison Poiray has been supporting all generations of women in their daily lives and in the important moments of their lives since 1975. The promise of excellence is embodied at Poiray through prestigious know-how and a responsible ethical, social, and environmental commitment.
Each creation of Maison Poiray is made in compliance with ethical standards that value people and the environment. All stages, from design to sale, encourage socially, ethically, and environmentally responsible practices that ensure responsible sourcing for all resources used, including gold, diamonds, and stones. In this context, Maison Poiray ensures that its workshops are certified by one or all of the following labels and regulations: the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC), CoC (Chain of Custody), Enterprise du Patrimoine Vivant (EPV), Reach, Kimberley. GOLD All the creations of Maison Poiray are made in 750/1000 gold (18 carats). Standards set by the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) encourage responsible and non-conflict practices throughout the supply chain. RJC certification confirms responsible sourcing and production processes and demonstrates the commitment to ensuring gold traceability. Maison Poiray ensures responsible sourcing that encompasses human rights as well as ethical, social, and environmental practices. The CoC (Chain of Custody) standard, in line with OECD guidelines, sets out traceability requirements and ensures that materials come from known responsible sources and do not contribute to conflicts. This implies that standards are respected in terms of human rights, working conditions, and environmental impact according to the policy set out in the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) Code of Practice.