The Saint Mae


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the ugly truth about diamonds

Because of great marketing tactics, when you think of diamonds, you think of love. Unfortunately, most of the public doesn’t know the other side of what these diamonds actually symbolize.  Traditional earth-mined diamonds fund civil wars, violence, worker exploitation,  and unspeakable human suffering.

But it doesn’t stop there. Due to a weak regulation of the industry, diamond mining has also caused environmental devastation, severely damaging the land and water – creating irreversible damage to ecosystems.

The good news? We have the power to make a change. You have the choice to buy ethically and we challenge you to join in the revolution.

the facts

3 Million

Deaths are attributed to conflict diamond mining

$23 Million

Of conflict diamonds smuggled in from the Ivory Coast annually


Average daily pay for a conflict diamond worker

100 million

People in the USA own at least one earth-mined diamond


equals 1,750 tons of extracted earth

20 tons

of mined waste is produced to make one gold setting


Of miners were between the ages of 5 and 16


Of global diamond jewelry sales are from the USA

“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.”

the saint mae difference

At Saint Mae, we want you to #shoplikeyougiveaf*ck. We believe in sustainability and slow fashion. Quality over quantity. Pieces that you will cherish for your lifetime and that will continue to be cherished long after its passed down to your loved ones. We’ve made it our mission to create consciously and bring positive change for a more socially responsible industry.  It’s a journey and we want to share it with you.


We only offer conflict free, lab-grown, vintage, or alternative stones for our pieces


We use recycled precious metals and biodegradable shipping bags to reduce our carbon footprint


Every product sold gives a percentage to programs that are working to help others around the world


We’re proud to partner with the following organizations.  Learn More >

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