Handcrafted by Cambodian artisans, this highly polished bracelet is made from found bomb casings left over from previous conflicts. Featuring a stamped design and brass studs, this bracelet is 7 inches long and 0.5 inches wide.
Meet the Artisans
Living in an underprivileged community approximately 30 minutes from Phnom Penh, Cambodia, artisans make jewelry from recycled bomb shells and bullets. These artisans use bomb casings left over from Cambodia's wartime three decades ago.
These artisans skillfully mold bomb shells into beautiful jewelry pieces. With the support of Craftworks Cambodia, the artisans generate an income that will provide their families and their communities the chance at a better future. Through Craftworks Cambodia, the artisans make a fair wage for their work and receive support for education and training in the communities in Cambodia.
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