Founded in 2020 in New York City by Lindsey Julia Boyd, Rondel is a new kind of heirloom; a collection of charm-embellished fine jewelry inspired by Lindsey's grandmother and her vintage charm collection. Moved by the charms' storytelling abilities, Lindsey set out to empower others to tell their own stories on a chain. 

    Derived from the French word “rond” meaning “round”, Rondel celebrates connections and all things coming full circle – from the round shapes of the actual jewelry, to the the ethically-sourced materials, to the circular nature of the logo. The Rondel fine jewelry collection is hand-drawn by Lindsey and handcrafted in both US and European artisan studios devoted to energy efficiency and safe workshop practices. Rondel has chosen to offset 110% of its annual carbon emissions and utilize recycled gold, non-conflict diamonds and gemstones, hand-poured enamel, hand-engraving techniques and reusable or recyclable packaging. 

    A portion of all Rondel sales benefits the Roots & Shoots program of the Jane Goodall Institute, the global project that empowers young people to use their voices and actions to lead change in their communities. 

    Founder & Designer Lindsey Boyd says:  "I have always loved the way jewelry connects people, sparks conversation and preserves memories. To design a jewelry line that is equally committed to craftsmanship, quality and sustainability is really exciting.  We are thrilled to come together with other like-minded brands for our first pop up as we approach our first anniversary.”