Boma Jewelry
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over 2 years ago
Boma is a Seattle company that is run by this amazing female entrepreneur. She has a Thai background, and like her, the company is based in Seattle, but the artisans are in Thailand. The company's mission of female empowerment really waves all the way through the business. They have great products, and they take some of the proceeds from their business and invest it in girls' education in Thailand. They've got a really strong C-Suite that has a bunch of amazing women on it. And to boot, the jewelry is amazing. I have these little “Vote” earrings that they did around the election, and I know the election is over, but I can't take them off because they're super cute.

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over 2 years ago
Suzanne Vetillart is an incredibly nimble and thoughtful entrepreneur—and she makes gorgeous ethically crafted jewelry. Proving that small businesses act faster and carry more than their share of community building work, Suzanne rolled up her sleeves and launched the BIPOC grant program out of conversations with fellow CEOs about how to tangibly support the Black Lives Matter movement.

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almost 3 years ago
Boma Jewelry has been family-owned and operated for nearly 40 years. All of the jewelry is ethically-made, hypoallergenic, and nickel-free. I have sensitive skin and their jewelry works really well for me!

About Boma Jewelry


Founded in 1981 in Seattle, Boma Jewelry prioritizes a long-term commitment to people and planet. Family-owned and ethically made, Boma provides living wages to workers, education scholarships, wellness programs, and more.


Boma Jewelry offers a curated selection of:

  • Earrings
  • Necklaces
  • Bracelets
  • Rings


  • Certified B-Corp
  • 1% for the Planet

Boma Jewelry has put measures in place to proactively offset their scope 1 emissions in the next 3 years. They are switching to renewable energies at their factories and working with communities in Southeast Asia to plant mangroves.