With much of their production based in Bali, Indonesia, every piece of John Hardy is designed and made with the utmost attention to detail, using the tradition of Balinese jewelry making techniques. Most of these pieces feature an intricately designed back grill, intended to be a sort of secret gift to the wearer. Each artisan has their own story to tell through these often unseen back grills, and they represent the inner beauty that can be found in all of us.

John Hardy maintains an ongoing commitment to being environmentally responsible. Their Wear Bamboo, Plant Bamboo program uses a portion of proceeds from the purchase of each piece from the Bamboo collection to plant bamboo seedlings on the island of Bali. To date, over 800,000 bamboos have been planted, dramatically improving air quality on the island. John Hardy also helps to reduce their carbon footprint by using recycled packaging to ship their product, and as of August 2012, every John Hardy silver piece is made with 100% recycled silver. These programs, in addition to countless other ways in which the company is trying to become carbon neutral, or even carbon negative, help John Hardy to inspire the world to become “Greener Every Day.”


With much of their production based in Bali, Indonesia, every piece of John Hardy is designed and made with the utmost attention to detail, using the tradition of Balinese jewelry making techniques. Most of these pieces feature an intricately designed back grill, intended to be a sort of secret gift to the wearer. Each artisan has their own story to tell through these often unseen back grills, and they represent the inner beauty that can be found in all of us.

John Hardy maintains an ongoing commitment to being environmentally responsible. Their Wear Bamboo, Plant Bamboo program uses a portion of proceeds from the purchase of each piece from the Bamboo collection to plant bamboo seedlings on the island of Bali. To date, over 800,000 bamboos have been planted, dramatically improving air quality on the island. John Hardy also helps to reduce their carbon footprint by using recycled packaging to ship their product, and as of August 2012, every John Hardy silver piece is made with 100% recycled silver. These programs, in addition to countless other ways in which the company is trying to become carbon neutral, or even carbon negative, help John Hardy to inspire the world to become “Greener Every Day.”