"We want to take a journey that tells of an increasingly sustainable luxury"

Sustainable supply
Our emeralds are natural and untreated. They come mainly from Zambia or Colombia.
Our rubies come mainly from Mozambique and sometimes from other parts of Africa such as Madagascar.
All our sapphires are natural and are not treated or heated.
Our diamonds are of ethical origin, Leonori supports and follows the principles of transparency established by the Kimberly Process certification scheme, are purchased from legitimate sources not involved in the financing of conflicts and in compliance with UN resolutions. We guarantee the ethics of diamonds based on personal knowledge and/or written guarantees provided by our diamond suppliers.

Human rights
Leonori’s activities affect the lives of dozens of people around the world and throughout our value chain. We recognize our responsibility to respect human rights and are committed to a proactive approach to
the promotion of those rights.
Leonori’s Human Rights Policy, its guidelines and our efforts outline our approach, which is in line with the UN’s guiding principles on business and human rights and the core conventions of the International Labour Organization (ILO).
We respect human rights throughout our value chain and work diligently to avoid causing or contributing to a negative impact on people, communities and society.

Environmental impact
Leonori recognizes that his actions can have both positive and negative effects on what surrounds us, including the environment. We are committed to protecting the environment to minimize the environmental impact of our work by seeking new ways to reduce our resource consumption and waste.
In addition, we want to influence and inspire our supply chain and the entire jewelry industry to take similar measures.

Savoir Faire Craftsmanship, Tradition and Territoriality
Preserving the cultural and historical heritage of the art of jewelers is one of the main sources of inspiration and motivation of the Maison, for which support for the regional goldsmith tradition is an authentic mission.
Leonori strives to enhance the extraordinary skills and potential of local artisans, encouraging innovation and helping them to improve their skills through the use of cutting-edge tools.

Women, a precious resource
Encouraging and supporting women’s initiatives is a priority for the Maison, which is strongly committed to improving women’s social conditions and quality of life. Leonori will always promote the training, development and growth of women, both at the professional and social level, offering women the necessary tools to enter the labour market and achieve a proper balance between family and working life.

Workplace culture
Leonori continually strives to create an inclusive and open work environment.
The collective sum of individual differences, life experiences, knowledge, creativity, self-expression, personal skills and talent that our employees invest in their work, represent a significant part of our culture. Leonori forbids discrimination or any other inappropriate behavior that does not respect the dignity of our employees and the community in which we operate. In particular, Leonori will not tolerate any physical, verbal, sexual, racial, psychological or any other form of discrimination, abuse or harassment on the basis of: race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, ethnicity, age, marital or parental status, disability, pregnancy or any other feature protected by applicable law.
We work to ensure a respectful and transparent environment.

To help end forest destruction, we are committed to sourcing sustainable catalogs and packaging. Leonori began to apply for third-party certifications, with a preference for the Forest Stewardship Council’s (FSC) certification, the most important standard in responsible forest management.

Positive Luxury Certification

Leonori in March 2023 achieved Positive Luxury certification and obtained the Butterfly Mark. Find out more details by scanning this QR Code