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A jewellery workshop, not a factory

Our Workshop

A light-filled building. A creative hub. A place for coming together. The purpose-built Sacet workshop in India could not be further from the soulless modern factories to be found all over the world.

Instead of embracing mass production, we've created an artisan workshop that puts our people first – somewhere they can share their skills and preserve the art of jewellery making.

Find out how we're creating an environmentally-conscious, collaborative space that's beautiful both inside and out.

Fostering Collaboration

Creating intricate fine jewellery is not a solo pursuit. Our craftspeople relish the opportunity to work together as a team in an environment that was designed for collaboration. The Sacet workshop combines open spaces, communal desks and natural lighting to spark conversation and creativity.

We have long-term plans to develop our workshop further, so that we can support the wider community while inspiring and preserving local arts and crafts.

What our Craftspeople Say

“Sacet has been built as an artisan workshop. It’s my second home and the environment is very friendly and very motivational. Everyday, the team and myself are working enthusiastically and it allows all of us to grow individual skills as well as succeeding as a team. We all share knowledge and expertise.
The key of Sacet success is to empower our artisans so they can support their family and grow their wealth.”

Vipul Khotari

Workshop manager

Our Environmental Commitments

We built the workshop to benefit our planet as well as our people. This shines through in our choice of building material, green energy generation and our commitment to planting trees.

Fly Ash Bricks

Our workshop was built with fly ash bricks (FAB) instead of traditional clay bricks. A residue of coal-fired power plants, fly ash can be made into bricks without using coal, making them a more environmentally friendly option. In addition, fly ash bricks minimise mercury pollution; and they also absorb less heat than clay bricks, which means that they create a more comfortable working environment.

Solar Panels

The workshop is energy conscious too. We designed the building to let in as much natural light as possible to reduce the need for artificial lighting, and we have installed solar panels on the roof. We’re proud to say that they generate enough energy to power all of our Sacet jewellery production.

And this is just the start. We plan to add more solar panels in the future, as well as planting trees around the workshop to improve the surrounding area.

Planting Trees

We have partnered with Ecologi to support projects that have a positive environmental impact. For each purchase we are committed to plant a tree on our customer behalf. You can check our forest growing on our Ecologi profile.

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