‘To be a business driven through integrity that positively impacts people, and treads lightly on the planet. Our focus is to practise and advocate for transparency, circularity and equality.’



A note from the founders:

“At BON, each piece is designed with intention, quality and longevity in mind. Our focus is to create sentimental treasures, jewellery to cherish, to love, and to eventually pass down. We acknowledge that producing sustainably and ethically is a journey that needs to be taken mindfully. It is important to us that each step we make is done so with intention and commitment. We will continue to stay educated, keep our environmental footprint to a minimum, and to grow our ethical initiatives.”

 — Lucy and Jasmin



When it comes to sourcing our materials, we work with suppliers who use ethical and responsible practices. All of our products are made in Aotearoa, New Zealand. We love being able to support the local jewellery community.  



All of our jewellers and manufacturers will work with 100% recycled silver and gold. Our commitment to working with recycled materials reduces waste, toxicity and utilises existing material rather than contributing to the consumption of earth’s valuable natural resources.



We only partner with stone suppliers who source conflict free gemstones. We are proud to be part of the emerging ethical gemstone movement, which is not only better for the workers but ethically supports small-scale mining communities. We ask to see full traceability and transparency from the mine, through to the cutting facility, to the market.


Our pearl charm is made using a baroque teardrop pearl. We purchase our pearls from a local supplier who works closely with responsible pearl cultivators based in Japan, Thailand and China. We opt to use freshwater rather than saltwater pearls to minimise wastage – freshwater oysters produce up to 50 pearls at one time, and often after extraction will then produce multiple pearls again.