Every piece matters. Each and every design we create at Atom&Matter has the potential to empower our community to reach their full potential. So it's crucial they're made in the best way possible.
Determined to use her platform to champion inclusivity, Bethany Mota teamed up with former Tiffany & Co. jewelry designer, Yunjo Lee, to design the Atom&Matter range. The result is a collection of iconic, everyday pieces that celebrate individuality for all. Minimal in design. Youthful in spirit. Each and every piece encourages people to express themselves freely - through the everyday reminder of their own potential.
HANDCRAFTED WITH CARE, AND EXPERIENCE
Every Atom&Matter piece is ethically handcrafted with love by skilled craftsmen with decades of fine jewelry experience, using the highest quality hypoallergenic and lead-free materials. We chose 14k gold and rhodium on 100% recycled sterling silver, and use AAA quality white sapphires to add bright, natural sparkle. - creating a more powerful and emotional connection between each piece and our community. Timeless in design and quality, every piece we create is designed to last - so you can express yourself endlessly.
Passionate about the planet, we're dedicated to keeping every step of our process as sustainable as possible. That's why all our jewelry is made with recycled materials; created in partnership with Responsible Jewellery Council certified manufacturers in Thailand who responsibly employ highly skilled craftsmen with decades of fine jewelry experience; and delivered to you in recyclable, reusable packaging - every step of the way.
JEWELRY WITH A CONSCIENCE
Atom&Matter was founded to inspire empowerment by giving our community the platform to reach their full potential in everything they do. We believe we have a duty to society at large, to propel women everywhere with the tools they need to empower themselves to live their best lives possible. That's why for every purchase, a donation is made to our partners Step Up and Pratham, organizations that inspire girls from under-resourced communities to go further, faster, together.