Inspired by you, and your many moments lived.
In celebrating you, and the uniqueness of your narrative. That jewelry is a second skin, companion to your memory and witness to your adventure. In designing modern heirlooms, made to last a lifetime—the kind you’ll invest in and pass down.
Stories can be told in many forms—jewelry is one of them.
Instinctive, elemental, the Kinn woman is not defined by her jewelry. Rather, Kinn pieces are defined by the unique lives and signature styles of each of the women who wear them. When they pass their Kinn jewelry on to another generation, yet another story is written.
Whether it’s your first fine jewelry purchase or an addition to your collection of staples—each Kinn piece is thoughtfully designed to stand the test of time, an heirloom in the making.
We believe inContact us
Kinn uses recycled 14k gold whenever possible. Created from existing jewelry, industrial metals, or electronic components, it’s then refined back to its purest elements, making it equal in quality to newly mined metals.
Our gemstones are conflict-free and fair trade, and our diamonds adhere to The Kimberly Process. We individually hand-select only our suppliers’ most honest and ethical stones rather than selling a limited on-hand inventory.
A Circular Mindset
When we founded Kinn in 2017, it was essential for us to create pieces to last a lifetime—not to end up in a landfill.
We also breathe new life into your heirloom and inherited jewelry through our Repurpose Project, recycling the metals and stones into entirely new and custom pieces.
While the jewelry industry is traditionally opaque, we believe in sharing our knowledge of materials sourcing, labor standards, production, and quality.
From raw materials to finished goods, we prioritize strict guidelines for developing and manufacturing our pieces, so we can ensure the people who make your jewelry are fairly compensated and work under safe conditions.
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Generational quality from hand craftsmanship--quite literally, the techniques that can only be done by hand, not by a machine (i.e. how you set a precious stone). And these are the techniques that are passed on from previous generations + and deeply rooted in the heritage.
There isn't just a machine making/printing bunch of our jewelry, but rather deeply rooted heritage and techniques that makes each one of our pieces.