Pledge Signatories

The following retailers (in order of signing) have assured their customers that their company's gold jewelry isn't a threat to the world's greatest wild sockeye salmon fishery -- or the communities that depend upon it. By signing the Bristol Bay protection pledge they have expressed their opposition to the proposed mine, and recognized the Bristol Bay watershed as an ecosystem of international significance.

Learn more about why jeweler support is important.

Zale Corporation
Tiffany & Co.
Herff-Jones
Aurum House (Goldsmiths, Mappin
& Webb, and Watches of Switzerland)
Helzberg Diamonds
Jostens
Birks & Mayors
Ben Bridge
John Hardy
Commemorative Brands Inc.
Beaverbrooks
Fraser Hart
Boucheron
JewelMak
Security Jewelers
Reflective Images
Brilliant Earth
CRED Jewellery
Hacker Jewelers
Leber Jeweler
Ingle & Rhode
Oria
Blakes Fine Jewelry
Fifi Bijoux
April Doubleday
McTeigue & McClelland
Blair Lauren Brown
Toby Pomeroy
Michaels Jewelers
Open Source Minerals
Real Jewels
Fair Trade in Gems and Jewelry
Alberto Parada
Security Jewelers
Allyson's Designs
Ken Vickerson Designs
Refined Designs
ADA - JITO
John Leonard Studios
Penabilli
Clauda A. Designs
Professor Sharon Church
Alexandra Hart
Rachelle Thiewes
Molly Dingledine Jewelry
Shelby Fitzpatrick Jewelry
Bryan Park Metalsmithing
Donald Beaubier Goldsmith
Christine Bossler
Boucheron
Oria
John Hardy
Otley Jewellers; The Ethical Jeweller
Abigail Brown
EE Robbins
WorldWise Jewelry
Eco Age
Linhardt Design
Abracadabra Jewelry
Harriet Kelsall Jewellery Design Ltd
Ute Decker
Blue Nile
Taber Studios
Melissa Joy Manning

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