Unsaid Library - Precious Emotions in Jewelry
 

Our products

At Unsaid Library, each of our products is created with immense love and mindfulness. At our core, is the unwavering intent to do good by the world we live in. At every step of our production process we work hard to keep our environment safe, and to protect and enrich the communities we interact with. Through local hiring, fair wage practices and training and development at our workshops, we actively support our neighborhoods, and strive to enhance their quality of life.

Our Diamonds

We believe fine craftsmanship starts with the responsible sourcing of high-quality raw materials. Our rough diamonds come entirely from conflict-free mines in countries that participate in the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme.

Established in 2003 in South Africa, the Kimberly Process imposes extensive requirements on its members to ensure that diamond purchases are transparent, follow fair trade practices and do not support violence. At Unsaid Library, we not only source our diamonds ethically but also process them with utmost care. Once removed from the mine, our diamonds undergo multiple processes over a period of 6 to 8 weeks, before being set in precious metal and converted into fine jewellery.

Adhering to the strictest standards of production, we offer diamonds with the finest cuts in G-colour and SI Quality. Each of our products is accompanied by an Unsaid Library Certificate, which guarantees the specifications of the diamonds used in our jewellery.

Our Gold

Unsaid Library diamonds are set in 18karat gold. Gold is measured in units of fineness known as karats, which refers to its purity. While the purest form of gold is 24karat (24k), it is too soft to be used in the making of diamond jewellery.

To make it tougher, other alloys or metals like copper and silver are added, making it 18karat. This is the purest gold that can be used in diamond jewellery.

At Unsaid Library we are proud of the fact that the gold we use is recycled gold. During the process of manufacturing jewellery, gold is often lost in the form of dust and water.

We collect and refine this dust and water in our refinery, putting it through an intense chemical process, to transform it to gold once again. The gold thus collected, is called recycled gold and is as pure as its original state.

Why recycled Gold?

Unsaid Library diamonds are set in 18karat gold. Gold is measured in units of fineness known as karats, which refers to its purity. While the purest form of gold is 24karat (24k), it is too soft to be used in the making of diamond jewellery. To make it tougher, other alloys or metals like copper and silver are added, making it 18karat. This is the purest gold that can be used in diamond jewellery.

At Unsaid Library we are proud of the fact that the gold we use is recycled gold. During the process of manufacturing jewellery, gold is often lost in the form of dust and water. We collect and refine this dust and water in our refinery, putting it through an intense chemical process, to transform it to gold once again. The gold thus collected, is called recycled gold and is as pure as its original state.

Our silver

At Unsaid Library, we use only sterling silver to create our silver jewellery. Sterling silver comprises 92.5% silver mixed with a dash of copper, which heightens its strength and sheen. This is the topmost quality standard for silver in the industry. Like our gold, our silver is 100% recycled as well. Precious metals can be recycled repeatedly without any loss in quality, which makes them an excellent naturally renewable resource. We recycle our silver at our in-house refinery, processing it in a way that ensures it is used optimally, with minimal wastage.

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