The Betts Group Blog
Met Gala 2023 Co-host, Michaela Coel, enlisted the help of jewellery artist and fellow British Ghanian, Emefa Cole to create the ultimate in statement jewellery for what is dubbed fashions biggest night out. Michaela’s brief? To be dripping in gold, but not just any gold, it had to be crafted in Single Mine Origin (SMO), gold responsibly sourced from West Africa.
The UK’s oldest surviving precious metal dealing and refining business is now a certified member of the RJC, which is the world's leading sustainability standard setting organisation for the jewellery and watch industry.
The RJC carried out a comprehensive audit of each of the Betts Group’s three sites, included within the audit was full verification of our three provenance claims as shown below: strengthening our commitment to responsible sourcing within the industry.
The UK’s oldest surviving precious metal refining and dealing business is launching AgAIN silver, which is recycled from medical X-ray film. This silver is refined in total segregation from any other material.
We're delighted to be headline sponsor of the UK Jewellery Awards for the second year in a row.
To celebrate, we're giving one lucky winner two tickets to the Awards, taking place on 1 September 2022 at the Hilton London Metropole.
This fantastic prize is worth over £1000
To enter, all you need to do is place an order for wedding rings by 9th August 2022, quoting the code UKJA22.
We wish you the best of luck!