13 December 2016
In jewelry there are two ways to adopt an ethical approach: the first is by buying a piece made from recycled gold, and the second, a piece made with Fairmined gold from the JEM brand for example. This brand has combined both of these by offering the possibility of exchanging your unwanted gold jewelry for one of its own creations. A virtuous circle.
Until December 31st 2016 in its pop-up store.
Galerie 121 – 121, rue Vieille du Temple – Paris 3e
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