Read about Ingle & Rhode company news as well as our views on some the big issues in our industry.
Finalists in the 2023 Professional Jeweller’s Awards!We are thrilled to announce that Ingle & Rhode was named a finalist in the 2023 Professional Jeweller’s shortlist for the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Business of the Year Award. This remarkable recognition reflects our steadfast commitment to ethical practices and sustainable initiatives in the jewellery industry. We have always believed in crafting exquisite jewellery […]
We are now a B Corp!In today's world, consumers are more conscious than ever about where they spend their money. They want to know that the companies they support align with their values and have a positive impact on the world. This is why becoming a B Corp has become a popular choice for ethical companies, and we are so […]
The perfect Valentine's proposalThis Valentine's Day, surprise that special someone in your life with an engagement ring from our enchanting ready-to-wear diamond collection. All of our rings are made with ethically sourced materials to guarantee style with a conscience. Take a look at five of our classic rings for the perfect proposal this Valentine’s Day: Dolcissimo Our Dolcissimo […]
The lessons these celeb LGBT weddings taught usFollowing a month long celebration of LGBT Pride, and the London Pride parade due to take place this Saturday on July 6th, sustainable fine jewellery brand Ingle & Rhode are looking at some of the best LGBT celebrity weddings of years gone by; and how we can look to replicate them in 2019. The brand’s […]
Television bridesEveryone remembers where they were when Monica married Chandler, or when the Game Of Thrones Red Wedding shook the TV world. We invest so much in the characters of our favourite shows that to see them in a wedding dress for a major television event is sure to tug at the heartstrings – whether the ceremony goes for better or for worse!
The Goldsmiths’ Craft & Design Council Awards 2018This week we were delighted to attend the Goldsmiths’ Craft & Design Council annual competition as special patrons of the Fairtrade Gold Design Awards.
2017 Fairtrade Gold Design Awards: the winner's storyA guest post from Angela Gillies, the winner of the 2017 Fairtrade Gold Design Awards
Announcing the winners of The Fairtrade Gold Design AwardsWe are delighted to be able to announce the winners of the 2017 Fairtrade Gold Design Awards!
Ingle & Rhode launches The Fairmined Silver CollectionSince the launch of Ingle & Rhode nearly ten years ago, we have always specialised in engagement rings and wedding bands. The combination of high-quality craftsmanship and ethical sourcing seems to have been a good match for the wedding and engagement market - after all most people wouldn’t want to think of their marriage being tainted by an unethically made ring, and a lifetime purchase like this justifies a bit of time spent researching the best-made and most ethical option.
What women want: the dream proposalNothing says ‘I love you’ more than a fairytale proposal. But, did your partner’s wedding proposal live up to expectations? Ingle & Rhode commissioned an online survey of 1000 males and females throughout the UK who had been engaged within the last 10 years.
The hidden meaning behind wedding traditionsSomething old, something new, something borrowed, something blue Giving Wedding Favours Throwing Confetti Wearing a wedding ring We specialise in creating ethical wedding rings or your own bespoke wedding rings, using only Fairtrade gold, recycled platinum and conflict free diamonds.
Wedding traditions from around the worldEveryone is familiar with wedding staples like tossing the bouquet and the cutting of the cake, but what about traditions from other countries and cultures? Do they wear a veil, exchange rings and carry a bouquet down the aisle? Tying the knot is a pretty universal concept, but how we celebrate it is widely varied. […]
The CanadaMark jewellery competitionAs a retailer of CanadaMark diamonds, we were very excited last year when we heard that Dominion Diamond Corporation planned to create a CanadaMark Jewellery Competition.
Blood diamonds on the high streetIn 1998, Global Witness released a report that exposed the role of diamonds in funding civil war in Angola. Five years later, in 2003, United Nations General Assembly Resolution 55/56 introduced the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KPCS), with the aim of preventing ‘conflict diamonds’ from entering the mainstream market.