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Leading Retailers Pledge Their Gold Jewelry Will Sparkle Responsibly

Author: No Dirty Gold, Published on: 8 February 2007

...11 jewelry retailers are announcing their support for the No Dirty Gold campaign's Golden Rules criteria for more socially and environmentally responsible mining, bringing the total number of jewelry retailers supporting the Golden Rules up to 19...The companies added to the list this year are: Fred Meyer and Littman Jewelers [both part of Kroger], Ben Bridge Jeweler [part of Berkshire Hathaway], Wal-Mart, QVC [part of Liberty Media], Birks & Mayors, Commemorative Brands (parent company of Balfour, ArtCarved, and Keystone class rings brands), Brilliant Earth, Leber Jeweler, TurningPoint, Boscov's and Michaels Jewelers... The campaign also added the Target its laggards list... Last year, the following eight companies endorsed the Golden Rules on Valentine’s Day, one of the biggest jewelry-buying holidays in the United States. These companies are: Zale Corp., the Signet Group (the parent firm of Sterling and Kay Jewelers), Tiffany & Co., Helzberg Diamonds [part of Berkshire Hathaway], Fortunoff, Cartier [part of Richemont], Piaget [part of Richemont], and Van Cleef & Arpels [part of Richemont].

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Related companies: AngloGold Ashanti Berkshire Hathaway BHP Billiton Brilliant Earth Cartier (part of Richemont) Commemorative Brands (part of American Achievement) De Beers (part of Anglo American) Fortunoff Fred Meyer Jewelers (part of Kroger) Helzberg Diamonds (part of Berkshire Hathaway) Kay Jewelers (part of Signet) Kroger Liberty Media Piaget (part of Richemont) QVC (part of Liberty Media) Richemont Signet Jewelers Sterling (part of Signet) Target Tiffany Van Cleef & Arpels (part of Richemont) Walmart Zale (part of Signet)