Our gold comes from the wild rivers and coastlines of Aotearoa New Zealand.
Making the world's most ethical wedding ring involves more than just the materials we use.
A big part of our motivation to start Good Gold was that we wanted to put more goodness out in the world. One way we've chosen to do this is through the Toolbox Initiative.
When choosing the metal for your wedding ring (aside from the one that sparks the most joy for you), here are some things to keep in mind.
We've spent the last 15 years researching, reading, visiting mines, and connecting with experts so we can feel confident that what we're using is truly Good Gold.
Something people don’t tend to ask themselves until they’re getting married - Why do couples wear wedding jewellery? There are plenty of old-wives tales about it symbolising ownership (not dissimilar to an ear tag for livestock!) but when delving a little further into the history of wedding rings you’ll soon discover that the meaning behind a wedding band has its own complex and varied history.
When buying jewellery online - especially something as important as a wedding band - you’ll want to make sure you have a few things covered.
Choosing your wedding ring can feel like a big task in amongst the endless to-do list of planning a wedding.