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Upcycled bullet shell earrings - Tree

Ethically handmade by artisans from Cambodia

Total length measured from the top of the earring: 5 cm

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USD32.00

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Upcycled bullet shell earrings - Tree <p>About the product:<br />This pair of gold like timeless earrings are ethically handcrafted from postwar debris such as bomb casings and bullet shells found in Cambodia by disadvantaged home based workers. They turned something cruel in the history into this pair of beautiful and distinctive earrings hoping for a change in their future.</p> <p>Artisans Story:<br />8 ironwork artisans, living in an underprivileged community approximately 45 minutes from Phnom Penh, Cambodia, make recycled bomb shell and bullet jewellery. Artisans have been trained by a professional in their handicraft skill. Bomb casings are left over from Cambodia's wartime three decades ago. Ironwork artisans then skillfully mold bomb shells into beautiful jewellery pieces, introducing a small income to underprivileged communities.<br /> Impact on Artisans Live:<br />Artistian Chantha Thoeun is the leader of this jewelry team. He enjoyed his work a lot as it not only gives him more freedom and independence, it also gives more time for him to take care his daughter.</p>
USD32.00

About the product:
This pair of gold like timeless earrings are ethically handcrafted from postwar debris such as bomb casings and bullet shells found in Cambodia by disadvantaged home based workers. They turned something cruel in the history into this pair of beautiful and distinctive earrings hoping for a change in their future.

Artisans Story:
8 ironwork artisans, living in an underprivileged community approximately 45 minutes from Phnom Penh, Cambodia, make recycled bomb shell and bullet jewellery. Artisans have been trained by a professional in their handicraft skill. Bomb casings are left over from Cambodia's wartime three decades ago. Ironwork artisans then skillfully mold bomb shells into beautiful jewellery pieces, introducing a small income to underprivileged communities.
Impact on Artisans Live:
Artistian Chantha Thoeun is the leader of this jewelry team. He enjoyed his work a lot as it not only gives him more freedom and independence, it also gives more time for him to take care his daughter.