A Sustainable Rooks & Roses

At Rooks and Roses, the environment has always been important to us. From the start, we wanted to create a business that is as eco-friendly and ethical as possible, and for our customers to be able to shop consciously.

What we do now:

  • Every item of jewellery you buy is handmade by the person either standing in front of you at a market or festival, or at the other end of the phone / email.  Nothing you see has been imported and all the materials we work with are responsibly sourced within the UK.
  • We create minimum carbon footprint as nothing has to travel very far.
  • All our packaging is made from 100% recycled materials and is 100% recyclable
  • Where possible, we package items into as few parcels as possible
  • We work using ethically sourced products and raw materials
  • We use a scrap metal recycling service for all our ‘bench scraps’ or unused pieces of metal, which follows The Gold Standard for precious metal recycling
  • Our jewellery-making process is zero-waste and all items are made from recycled, or reused / upcycled materials. One of our favourite things to do is make new from old.

What we’re doing in 2022:

In 2022, we’re doing even more.

  • From 2022 all our gold and silver is now made from 100% recycled precious metals, which is equal in quality to unrecycled precious metals
  • We’re planting a forest! In 2022, we’re aiming to become carbon neutral and give back to the planet we all take so much from. So we’ve started planting the Rooks & Roses forest and for every item of jewellery purchased on our website, we’re going to plant one more tree!

Both a gift to you and to our lovely planet, planting trees protects biodiversity, helps to limit global climate change and creates jobs! What’s not to love? 

It's Festival Season so we are away from the Workshop until Monday 2nd September.

Any orders made through the website from Tuesday 16th July will be posted upon our return.

Gift Vouchers are delivered automatically via email!

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