At Vlora, we design, manufacture, and sell extraordinary jewelry pieces with the utmost care and diligence. This demands us to not only to be the best at what we do, but to consider what we do in a way that respects our people, our communities, our planet, and our partners.

Vlora is a family-owned and operated global business. We follow a code of the highest standards regarding the health & safety, remuneration, freedom of association, environment, ethics, and integrity at all our facilities.

We have been certified by UL (Underwrites Laboratory) which protects the integrity of our facility during planning, construction and operation and licensed by GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) that requires us to meet a high level of compliance through self-evaluations of standard operating procedures, comprehensive facility inspections, or audits, as well as GMP-related documentation.

Vlora operates in accordance with the principles set forth in the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Guideline IV (Human Rights) of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, and the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.


We are committed to keeping our work as environmentally sustainable and socially responsible as possible. We are constantly auditing our sourcing and production process to reduce our carbon footprint to the best of our ability. Further, we recognize the significance of our company's supply chain, and we require that any gold used to manufacture and produce Vlora merchandise should be extracted and processed in a manner that respects people and the earth. We believe that a commitment to responsible gold mining must include our suppliers, to ensure that best practices are applied consistently along the supply chain.


Vlora carefully selects partners who align with our values to make a greater impact together. We require our suppliers and their agents to adhere to the Code of Ethics, obliging all transactions to be conducted in an ethical and professional manner. Vlora requires all suppliers and their agents to adhere to a strict code of ethics, obliging all transactions to be conducted in an ethical and professional manner. We expect suppliers to comply with their national labor and environmental laws and regulations and to respect the fundamental International Labor Organization conventions, as well as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.