Recycled Gold

We use 100% recycled 18-karat gold and create each of our pieces by hand in New York City.  Read more about our recycling process on our FAQ page.

Supporting Local Artisans

We minimize our carbon footprint by creating our jewels locally in New York City.

Giving Back

We are proud to partner with Free Arts NYC, a local non-profit that provides art and mentoring programs to youth living in underserved communities. Now more than ever, access to the healthy escape art-making provides is crucial for children to remain resilient and stay inspired. With every purchase made, Renna Jewels will donate one art kit to a child living in transitional housing.  

Transparency

Mines we work with:

Renna x Muzo Collaboration

We are proud to partner with Muzo Emerald Colombia, the mining company known for producing the world's most exceptional emeralds and a commitment to environmental and social responsibility.  Located in the Boyacá region of Colombia, the Muzo emerald mine employs more than 1000 locals and has contributed significantly to the area's economic growth.  The company has modernized mining practices to ensure the health and safety of the community workers and to preserve the local environment.   Through The Muzo Foundation - an organization dedicated entirely to its CSR initiatives - Muzo has built a local canteen and opened up free health clinics.  To learn more visit www.muzo.co

Aquamarines from the Zimbaqua Women’s Mine

Zimbaqua is the first sustainable all women’s mine in Africa.  The mine’s mission is to empower women in rural communities through mining.  Employment opportunities for women in rural areas Zimbabwe are scarce.  The mine has chosen to empower these women, many of whom are single mothers, by providing them with jobs and opportunities to imporove their standard of living.  The mine works closely with community leaders in order to prioritize the education and well-being of local children.  The mine proudly represents transparency, responsibility and traceability as this is the future of responsible gem mining.