Conflict free diamonds are guaranteed to originate from ethical & environmentally Responsible sources. Conflict free diamonds are free from violence and human rights abuses, and are produced with minimal environmental impact. By choosing conflict free, you are voicing your support for ethical and environmentally responsible practices in the global diamond trade.
|DiamondonNet, along with our entire staff, suppliers, Manufactures and all our rough buyers around the world has a zero-tolerance policy toward conflict diamonds. Through measures such as the Kimberley Process, which tracks diamonds from mine to market, we in partnership with the United Nations, governments, and non-governmental organizations, polices diamond exports to prevent the trade of illegal diamonds.|
At DiamondonNet, we only purchase rough diamonds through the largest and most respected rough manufactures who has been inspected and verified by there governments and World Federation of Diamond Bourses (WFDB) In addition to above process DiamondonNet is constantly checks our buyers certificates and there backgrounds and proudly adhere to and enforce the standards established by the Kimberley Process. All Diamonds from DiamondonNet are warrantied to be conflict free. If one of our suppliers was ever found to be in violation of that process, we would immediately sever that relationship. We will continue to support and promote any process that works to uphold legitimacy in the diamond trade.
Diamonds are mined throughout the world, including major mines in Australia, Africa, Russia and Canada. Diamonds are a major source of good in many African nations, employing and providing healthcare to thousands. For more information on this issue, please visit DiamondFacts.org
DiamondonNet supports the Kimberley process, which is an International process to track and certify diamonds. In April 2003, congress and President Bush passed a law adopting the Kimberley Process that requires all US diamond retailers to buy diamonds from manufacturers who have documentation warranting that the merchandise was obtained through legitimate channels. Today, the US Customs Service actively enforces the Kimberley Process requirements as diamonds enter American ports. For further information, please read the White House statement on the passage of this law