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The Best Ethical Engagement Rings of 2017

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The Best Ethical Engagement Rings of 2017

Tis the season to be jolly… and it’s also the season to get engaged, with Christmas Eve being the most popular day to propose!

We love a beautiful engagement story here at Arabel Lebrusan and we have had the pleasure of being part of our own customers memories by creating the perfect engagement rings over the years. If your bride to be is a socially conscious shopper then an ethical engagement ring will make an offer she can’t refuse!

An engagement ring is usually the most important jewellery purchase you’ll ever make so you’ll want something that's not only beautiful in style but has a beautiful story too. Say yes to our round up of the best ethical engagement rings from some of our favourite ethical jewellery brands.

Anna Loucah is a designer breaking ground when it comes to ethical engagement rings. Her definitive style of geometric shapes, sharp lines and pinpoint precision are embodied within the Stellar Trillion ring set which features a 0.30ct trillion cut diamond set amongst sparkling pave diamonds in 18ct white Fairtrade Gold. Unleash your inner warrior woman with this modern yet timeless style.

Anna Loucah



Art Deco styling is making a comeback and with engagement rings, it’s here to stay. And, Cred Jewellery, has created a vintage style ethical engagement ring in the form of its Deco Trilogy Princess Cut Diamond engagement ring, which encapsulates the true glamour of the era. Five ethically sourced white diamonds, in a variety of cuts, shimmer along a delicate sweep shaped band made of 18ct Fairtrade Gold. Opt for a contemporary classic style that will stand the test of time. 

Cred Jewellery



Why have one diamond when you can have a cluster? That’s the question on our lips when it comes to Jon Dibben’sMeadow Platinum engagement ring which hits all the right spots. Crafted in the rarest Fairtrade and Fairmined Platinum with a selection of differently-sized Canadian diamonds, this ring has a random and ethereal quality whilst remaining ordered and harmonious. Fairtrade and Fairmined platinum is only available in small quantities and is extremely rare, so opt for a ring as rare and beautiful as your bride to be. 


Who said an engagement ring has to be a diamond? Sapphires are now the second most popular gemstone choose for engagement rings and this ring from Ingle & Rhode ticks all the boxes for ethically conscious millennials. The Firebird ring, named after Stravinsky’s ballet features a 2.13ct fancy yellow Sri-Lankan sapphire, amongst 0.32ct of Canadian white diamonds, 18ct yellow Fairtrade Gold and platinum. Be a trendsetter and shop ethically with this breathtaking ring!

Ingle & Rhode


Last but not least, our Engraved In My Heart ethical engagement ring  (Arabel Lebrusan)  is as unique and special as you are. It is crafted in 18ct Fairmined Ecological Gold which is hand engraved in delicate, flowing patterns by our master-craftsmen, with a stunning Canadian diamond at its centre. Available with diamonds sized from 0.3ct - 1ct and a choice of your favourite engraved pattern this custom ring can be designed to suit you and your style completely. Canadian diamonds are currently the only fully-traceable diamond, meaning you can have peace of mind that your diamond is conflict free, environmentally sustainable and fair; whilst the ecological gold we use is cyanide free and chemical free, meaning its’s much safer for miners and the environment. Our ring has a special story so make it part of yours.


Arabel Lebrusan



If your bride to be is a socially conscious shopper then an ethical engagement ring will make an offer she can’t refuse!

arabel lebrusan
arabel lebrusan

Arabel Lebrusan is an artist, designer and pioneer of the ethical jewellery movement, with almost two decades of industry experience behind her. She is a fount of knowledge when it comes to responsible sourcing, sustainable manufacture, and the preservation of traditional craft. Her engaging blog posts range from personal accounts of once-in-a-lifetime sourcing trips to helpful tips for buying and wearing jewellery and opinion pieces on pressing industry matters.