RJC have announced that Beaverbrooks the Jewellers has achieved Certification against the 2013 Code of Practices (COP) at its head office and all 67 stores across the United Kingdom.
The company offers an extensive line up of mid- to high-end brands including Tudor, Breitling, Omega and TAG Heuer.
Its owner, Mark Adlestone, has earned an OBE for his passionate work for charities, and how he brings that charitable mindset to his business.
RJC’s executive director, Andrew Bone, says: “It is a pleasure to announce that Beaverbrooks the Jewellers has been certified against the 2013 COP. The new provisions under the 2013 COP address important issues for our Members and their supply chain. We are thrilled to see Members achieving Certification against the standard and warmly congratulate Beaverbrooks the Jewellers.
The successful verification assessment was led by Peter Warbrick from SGS United Kingdom Limited, one of the independent third-party auditing firms accredited by the RJC.
Head of buying at Beaverbrooks the Jewellers, Adelle Thompson, adds: “We are absolutely delighted that Beaverbrooks has achieved Responsible Jewellery Council Re-Certification, as we share the same values and high standards across all areas of our business.
“At Beaverbrooks we are committed to delivering an unrivalled service and the accreditation gives our customers the reassurance that not only do we sell beautiful jewellery of the highest quality, it has also been manufactured in an ethical and responsible way.”