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Jewellery in depth

Learn more about the jewellery industry in general and get more knowledge

about what is meant by vegan jewellery, ethical jewellery, and much more

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Ever heard about Vegan Jewellery?

The ever growing concern for the climate shows that our attitude towards consumption is shifting in support of making positive changes for the future. 


In today’s society, more consumers are looking for sustainable and eco-friendly options when it comes to fashion. This includes vegan alternatives for clothing, shoes, jewellery and cosmetics. As Veganism continues to go mainstream, vegan fashion and ethical brands are expected to see increased growth. 

Sustainable packaging needed

What is ethical jewellery?

The level of transparency and traceability of each product through the supply chain are key when it comes to understanding ethical jewellery practices. 

Indeed, materials’ sourcing and producing have an effect on both the people and the planet. 

Sadly, the effect is often negative due to the traditional way of producing jewellery. 

Sustainable packaging needed

The Jewellery Industry

Jewellery can create memories that last a lifetime. 

From bold statement pieces to a delicate collection, a gift or a family heirloom; jewellery has long been used to express ourselves and how we feel about one another.  

The jewellery industry sceona

In focus: Anadyr ring

Anadyr ring has been named after the Anadyr river, located in Siberia, which flows into the Anadyr bay of the Bering Sea.Although it is frozen from October to late May, the river is at the centre of a local ecosystem, with a rich variety of plants and wildlife. 

For us, Anadyr is the evocation of nature as a comforting and peaceful heaven.It is life without a hitch, a long quiet river.  

Sceona Anadyr ring

Scéona: the origins

The entire process of creation and manufacture must be flawless, clean, respectful of the Earth and the men who work on it. 

And for that, our biggest challenge is to avoid the mining of raw materials. 

So we decided to create a fine jewellery brand using recycled gold and lab-grown diamonds.

Sceona the origins

Green is the new black festival: our learnings

GITNB is a platform which acts as a guide in Asia : it promotes brands, events and agents of change who work on raising awareness and changing our behaviours in order to offer to the future generations a better world than the one we are living in today.

Sceona green is the new black

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