At Eliza Page, we believe in protecting human rights and eliminating conflict diamonds from the global diamond trade. In all aspects of our jewelry, but specifically diamonds, we hold our designers and sources to the highest of ethical standards. We are steadfast in using conflict-free diamonds and materials.
Learn more about conflict-free diamonds here.
Eliza Page creates jewelry using hand-selected sapphires sourced by Kimberly Collins Gems from the Rock Creek region, which is known for the richest sapphire deposits. The high iron content in Rock Creek sapphires means that most are a light green color and not the traditional blues. However, many natural yellows, oranges, and pinks of high clarity are found here. The development of heat treatment during the 1970s and 1980s allowed this area’s sapphire rough to be treated to the deep blue color known and beloved today.
Learn more about Montana sapphires here.
Panjshir Valley Emeralds Partnership
The purest, boldest “emerald green,” is the careful balance between hue, saturation, and brightness that only the world's best emeralds possess. Science shares that extraordinary "kryptonite" color only with emeralds formed in sedimentary rock, allowing enough chromium content to make the gems sing.
Embedded in a remote, icy landscape, these beautiful gemstones are members of the mineral species called corundum. Greenlandic rubies and pink sapphires are found in rock that geologists believe is 3 billion years old — the oldest rock formation on earth.
Learn more about Greenland Ruby here.