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At Maya Magal we make jewellery that you can feel good about putting on each day. From sourcing materials to putting the finishing touches on our signature designs, we work with international accreditors and non-profit organisations to make sure the jewellery we handcraft right here in London is made to the highest possible standards.

Our accreditation guide invites you to discover how we ensure our jewellery is kept up to our high standards of quality and care for both people and the planet.

National Association of Jewellers

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In 2023 we joined the National Association of Jewellers. The leading voice for the UK jewellery industry, they support us, as London jewellers, on our ever-evolving journey to consistently better our business practices and we are held to their high standards of honesty, integrity, and professionalism.

The Kimberly Process

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Set up with the purpose of eradicating conflict diamonds from the global supply chain, the Kimberly Process is a trade regime uniting governments from across the world to prevent the flow of conflict diamonds through the Kimberly Process Certification Scheme. With our Kimberly Process certified diamonds you can be confident that your diamond is ethically sourced and conflict-free.


The Goldsmith’s Company Assay Office

Hallmarking is the process of stamping gold, silver, and platinum, to certify their standard of purity. The Goldsmiths’ Company Assay Office began hallmarking precious metals over 700 years ago. We choose to hallmark our precious metals with the Goldsmiths’ Company due to their unparalleled history, transparency, and commitment to excellence.


GIA (Gemological Institute of America)

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The GIA is the world’s foremost authority on gemstones, including diamonds and pearls. Founded in 1931 as a non-profit institution, they independently evaluate gemstone quality and authenticity. A diamond is a big investment, and we are committed to doing everything we can to make you feel confident in your purchase. Our GIA certified diamonds come with their grading certificates.


IGI (International Gemological Institute)

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We also work with the IGI to certify our diamonds. Similarly to the GIA, the IGI is a world leader in diamond and gemstone certification. An IGI certification is a guarantee that your diamond has been independently certified by trusted experts in gemstone grading, education and accreditation. 


GSI (Gemological Science International)

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The GSI is a gemological institute dedicated to enhancing the process of diamond grading through cutting edge technology and intelligent software. Using advanced technology and automation reduces the possibility of human error and results in gemstones that are graded to the highest possible standards.


B-Corp pending.

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In 2024 we aim to submit our application for B-Corp certification. A B-Corp certification verifies our commitment to high standards of social and environmental performance, transparency and accountability. B-Corp assesses all areas of a business for an all-encompassing holistic certification and their rigorous application process has given us a great opportunity to review our business practices from the ground up. We are proud of the work we have done throughout the application process and we are excited about the prospect of being B-Corp certified in the near future!

At Maya Magal our efforts lie in doing the best not the most. We are on an ever-evolving journey to become a more sustainable business and we celebrate fine craftsmanship and the luxury of the handmade. Learn more about our sustainability efforts or visit us in one of our London stores to see our jewellers at work, crafting our timeless jewellery collections in our zero-waste studios.


maya magal london jewellery

maya magal london handcrafted jewellery



January 22, 2024

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