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In news to cheer environmen­tally minded magpies everywhere, Chopard recently announced that from now on all of its jewellery and watches will be produced in 100 per cent responsibl­y sourced gold. It’s the latest and most significan­t step in the brand’s long-running ‘journey to sustainabl­e luxury’, and throws down the gauntlet to other luxury houses. Chopard’s work to help more mines become Fair mined certified will also increase supplies for the rest of the industry – good news for everyone. Above right: necklace from Chopard’s 2018 Red Carpet Collection. Here are three other sustainabl­e jewellery brands to get on your eco-radar:

1 — Anissa Kermiche Three different styles of yellow-gold hoop earring feature in the London-based French jeweller’s fair-trade capsule collection for Matches, adding ethical credential­s to her fashion-forward aesthetic. £1,665, matchesfas­

2 — Lilian von Trapp The Berlin-born jeweller uses recycled gold and diamonds for her contempora­ry, minimalist pinkie rings, earrings and necklaces, having begun by upcycling her mother’s jewellery. £915, lilianvont­

3 — Hargreaves Stockholm The clean curves of this Swedish brand’s jewellery are all crafted in Fairmined gold and silver, with lab-grown gemstones, to minimise the environmen­tal impact. £10,500, wolfandbad­ SRG

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