Sign up for Armenta Lounge and earn rewards for your loyalty.

Your cart

Your cart is empty

About Armenta Jewelry

Founded by a daughter born to a family of storyteller's, Emily Armenta was determined to master her craft and tell a compelling story. Inspired by the travels of her grandfather, and old-world artistry Armenta Jewelry rose from the ashes. This has been a love-affair spanning the course of over 23 years.

Our Values

At Armenta, empowerment, traditional craftsmanship, uncompromising quality, and sustainability are at the core of everything we do. Our mission is to be a catalyst for positive change across the industry and in our local Houston, Texas community.

Preserving Traditional Craftsmanship

At Armenta, we take immense pride in preserving traditional craftsmanship, distinguishing ourselves as one of the few authentic ateliers remaining in the USA. Our commitment to honoring age-old techniques ensures the continuity of artisanal skills passed down through generations. By nurturing and sustaining these crafts, we not only uphold the legacy of American craftsmanship but also foster a deep appreciation for the artistry and heritage woven into every piece we create.

Social Change & Sustainability

At Armenta, sustainability and social change are at the heart of everything we do. We go beyond mere compliance by actively seeking ways to minimize our environmental footprint and drive positive social impact. From responsibly sourcing materials to advocating for fair labor practices, our commitment to sustainability permeates every aspect of our operations. Through partnerships with like-minded organizations and ongoing community textile and glass depository initiatives, we strive to be catalysts for change, fostering a more equitable and sustainable world for all.

Ancient Antiques

The Atelier curates ethically sourced antique diamonds and ancient artifacts spanning 10,000 to 2,000 years, when you choose an Armenta piece, you are receiving pieces embodying the very nature of authenticity and holding unparalleled value, resonating with history and the soul's deepest emotions.

Our Artisans

We actively seek to hire women that come from disadvantaged circumstances so that we can provide and education and transferable skillset which not only provides support but makes a positive impact in our local community. Their hands shape our brand daily, and we believe involving their hands creates a difference you can feel in every piece.

Patented Multi-Sensory Biodegradable Packaging

Our patent-pending packaging incorporates a variety of unique materials, including seed paper, cactus leather, organic loose-leaf tea, eco-friendly adhesives, & biodegradable materials. The future is in our hands. Let's initiate change together by embracing the importance of sustainability.

Charitable Partnerships

By focusing on our mission and building connections with non-profit organizations, we are providing a platform for circular innovation and positive change. We are proud to share the stories of our artisans and those who support our efforts like the brands listed above.

An Ethical Supply Chain

Through our stringent partnership policy, we exclusively collaborate with businesses that align with these core values, ensuring our raw material vendors uphold ethical standards, including the prohibition of involuntary labor and the promotion of gender equality. Our annual verification procedures guarantee adherence to these principles, reinforcing our commitment to responsible sourcing and ethical business practices.

Zero-Waste Production Process

At Armenta, our dedication to sustainable practices extends to our zero-waste production process. We prioritize environmental responsibility by sourcing recycled materials, including 18k gold, 14k rose gold, and sterling silver, for our manufacturing operations. Additionally, we meticulously collect metal fragments throughout our production cycle, ensuring every ounce is refined and repurposed, minimizing waste and maximizing resource efficiency.

As Seen On:

“Style With Purpose, Make Your Mark.”

– Emily Armenta