Grievance Procedure

       Inthorn Co., Ltd. has established this grievance procedure to receive concerns about
circumstances in the supply chain of;
• metal involving gold, silver, platinum group and 3TG
• diamond and lab grown diamond (LGD)
that material and product are suspicious sourced from conflicted-affected and high-risk areas,
out of jurisdiction of UN guiding principles for Human Rights and OECD guidance for supply
chain due diligence.

The Responsible Jewellery Council

Inthorn Company Limited has implemented our business practices and operations based on fair, ethical and equitable practices, sustainable sourcing, transparency and creating high value business and responsible partnerships according to Responsible Jewellery Council Code of Practices.

Responsible Sourcing Policy

     Inthorn Group is fully committed to ensure any diamonds, stones, gold, platinum group
metals (PGM) tin, tungsten or tantalum (“3TG” or “conflict minerals”) and Silver in its products do
not directly or indirectly finance or benefit armed groups that are perpetrators of human rights
abuses in the Democratic Republic of Congo or an adjoining country. Inthorn does not use any
tungsten or tantalum in its products.


1. Inthorn Co., Ltd. is a jewellery manufacturer. This policy confirms Inthorn Co., Ltd.’s commitment to respect human rights, avoid contributing to the finance of conflict and comply with all relevant UN sanctions, resolutions and laws.
 2. Inthorn Co., Ltd. is a certified member of the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC). As such, we commit to proving, through independent third-party verification, that we:

a. respect human rights according to the Universal      Declaration of Human Rights and International Labour Organization Fundamental Rights at Work;

b. do not engage in or tolerate bribery, corruption, money laundering or finance of terrorism; transparency of government payments and rights-compatible security forces in the extractives industry;

d. do not provide direct or indirect support to illegal armed groups; and

e. enable stakeholders to voice concerns about the jewellery supply chain.

f.are implementing the OECD 5-Step framework as a management process for risk based due diligence for responsible supply chains of minerals from conflict-affected and high-risk areas.

Provenance Claims Procedure

      Inthorn Co., Ltd. has established the Provenance Claims Procedure in the supply chains by following the policy and statement of warranty in concern with;
1. Mineral:
Conduct supply chain due diligence on all suppliers that all supplying gold, silver, platinum group, and 3TG is sourced only from refineries or smelters that have been independently audited to be conflict-free under OECD due diligence guidance of one or more of the following;
• LBMA or DMCC Good Delivery Refiners
• Conflict Free Smelter Initiative
• Responsible Jewelry Council (RJC)
• Signet Responsible Sourcing Protocol (SRSP)