All diamonds from Pluczenik are natural and sourced from ethical producers from non-conflict affected or high risk areas ( CAHRAs). We are passionately commited to protecting and cherishing that unique treasure that is a natural diamond.
Pluczenik has strict procedures and robust controls at every step of its supply and manufacturing chain to ensure that only natural diamonds are offered to clients and consumers. Pluczenik's supply chain policy is fully compliant with the OECD guidelines.
As a Forevermark diamantaire, Pluczenik's control systems are independently verified annually, providing stringent guarantees that its diamonds were purchased from legitimate sources, in full compliance with the Kimberley process, and fully traceable throughout their journey from the mine to the final owner.
Pluczenik wholehearted supports the objectives of the Responsible Jewellery Council. We first became members in 2011 and today our main factory in Botswana is a fully qualified member. Pluczenik has been a pioneering supporter of the De Beers’ Best Practice Principles since their introduction, and through the rigorous application of continuous improvement management, has consistently obtained evaluations that rank among the highest in the industry.
This desire for transparency extends to the company’s financial management. Its international consolidated accounts are compliant with the demanding IFRS standards.
Diamonds are one of Earth’s most valuable treasures, bringing endless joy to their fortunate owners. As privileged custodians of diamonds, Pluczenik is committed to integrating its business operations and interactions with stakeholders, and beyond.
The Company is committed to maintaining the highest level of responsible business practices and we are aligned to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Pluczenik has strict procedures and robust controls at every step of its supply and manufacturing chain to ensure that only natural diamonds are offered to clients and consumers.
Furthermore, its investments in factories in the diamond-producing countries of Botswana and Namibia go far beyond mere bricks and mortar.
Professional skills are developed through incentive programmes with international training opportunities. Skills are taught to local staff in a wide variety of areas, including rough sorting, sales, marketing and accounting.
Staff benefit from subsidized or even free medical cover. Training workshops are available for subjects as varied as sowing to aids-prevention, and in First Aid to paramedic standard. A Women’s Committee offers advice and support.
Health is promoted through popular sport activities such as football, volleyball, table-tennis, all supported by the company. In addition to sponsoring its own teams, Pluczenik is proud to sponsor Botswana’s National Cricket Team, as well as the Lady Khama Charitable Trust sports event.