DoDo reevaluates its environmental impact every year using the Environmental Profit & Loss account. Proudly obtaining Responsible Jewellery Council Certification
(renewed in 2019), Since 2018, DoDo has achieved its goal of 100% responsible gold sourcing via the Kering Responsible Gold Framework. DoDo pursues sustainable sourcing of all gems, and its diamonds are from RJC-certified suppliers. In its jewelry, DoDo uses 100% recyclable PET plastic material, recycled from plastic bottles, and Replay 71, derived of complex plastics recovered from the sea or home waste.
Innovative jewel creation, milanese tradition
A leader in the Italian jewelry industry, DoDo’s ‘charming jewelry’ carves the niche between fashion and fine jewelry. Unrestricted by the dogmas of High Jewelry, DoDo is free to innovate with new materials including gold-plated silver, semi-precious gemstones, titanium, or recycled plastics, while using traditional Milanese techniques to make its quality creations. Together with Pomellato, its sister jewelry brand, DoDo collaborates to fund the Galdus Goldsmith Academy in Milan, investing in Italy’s youth, fostering innovation, honing goldsmith skills, and safeguarding the precious Italian craftsmanship tradition.