East Fourth Street Jewelry creates sustainable jewelry for the discerning, conscientious person who understands and loves good design. They are dedicated to responsible supply chains that speak of their ethics of transparency in environmental and ethical mining of their metals, diamonds and gemstones.
The brand, designed by Susan Crow, was born in the Heartlands with strong connections to Scandinavian design and culture, where being stewards of the earth is expected. Minimalistic, clean lines as well as the textures and shapes of nature influence her lifestyle and design sense.
East Fourth Street blends together heritage and fine design in its collections of engagement and wedding rings as well as their everyday jewelry - all which are made from recycled or FAIRMINED precious metals, diamonds and gemstones that are chosen carefully, striving for mine to market traceability.
Susan has been recognized as a leader in integrating sustainability into East Fourth Street’s supply chains. She is on the board of Ethical Metalsmiths and is 1 of fewer than 40 jewelers in the country licensed by the Alliance for Responsible Mining (ARM) to make jewelry from FAIRMINED metals.
“Having the opportunity to work with such precious natural resources is a gift, and a responsibility to source them with environmental and ethical stewardship that speaks of solidarity and global support.”