Kapteeninkatu 24, 00140 Helsinki, Finland
Beauty goes hand in hand with responsibility, as without it, beauty is but a surface.
High quality is what we strive to reach in all our work. In addition to Master Goldsmith Pekka Kulmala, our entire staff apprechiates elaborate handicrafts and insistent precision. Our jewellery is made to last from one generation to next ones. We also maintain Kulmala Jewellery so their beauty will last as long as possible. Especially the stonesettings of rings is recommended to be checked every few years.
In addition to high quality, Goldsmith Kulmala is well known for excellent service. We care for our customers and wish to assist on jewellery matters throughout the lifetime.
We recognize our responsibility for environment and human rights and we only obtain materials from reliable and selected suppliers. Our suppliers of diamonds have the certificate of the Responsible Jewellery Council (https://www.responsiblejewellery.com). The RJC ist the certificate system of social responsibility for the operators in diamond- and precious metal industry. Also, our diamond suppliers have committed to the Kimberley process, ensuring among other things that diamonds are not funding unethical actions in conflict areas. (https://www.kimberleyprocess.com).
Quality is also often the best warranty for accountability. We only accept top grade diamonds and special items , the existence of which not known to many, to our selections. For instance, we have rare rubies of Greenland, found in the Aappaluttoq region, from rock formations originated from over three billion years ago. Part of the profits of these gems are addressed to conservation of the environment through The Pink Polar Bear -organisation (https://www.pinkpolarbear.org).
Over 90 percent of the precious metals we use are recycled. We can also provide a jewel of completely Finnish origin, using gold panned from the Tankavaara area in Lappland and beryls from Luumäki.
Pearls are obtained from small, reliable suppliers, such as Danish Marc’Harit, committed to sustainable pearl harvesting (www.marcharit.com).