Cufflinks in solid silver and recycled bombs - Ban Naphia

Cufflinks in solid silver and recycled bombs - Ban Naphia

The bottom is made of solid silver, the upper part is made from the bombs unearthed and recycled from Laos. This country was bombed in the 1970's more than Germany and Japan reunited during the second world war.

A portion of the profits will help the MAG (Mines Advisory Group) to clear these devastated areas by bombing, these bombs continue to kill 300 people every years.

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83,30 €

119 €



Diameter: 13mm


Solid silver, recycled bombs


The cufflinks comes in a luxury cufflinks case.

You have 14 days after receiving your order to return your purchases, and request an exchange or refund. An explanatory form which you simply fill will be attached to your order

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Sterling silver cufflinks

Turn horror into beauty.

Between 1964 and 1973 during the Vietnam War more than 2 million tons of bombs were dropped on the land of Laos, the most bombed country (per citizen) in the history of mankind. In the 1970s, artisans and farmers in Laos recycled these bombs into spoons by recovering the metal from the shells. Elizabeth and Camille, founders of the brand, are inspired by this unique know-how and decide to turn these remains of bombs into jewels in order to raise funds in collaboration with the NGO MAG (Mines Advisory Group) which finances the demining operations.

A positive step.

The craftsmen, from one of the most bombed provinces in Laos, are working closely with Article22 to create these unique jewels. The packaging also to its history. Made of rice leaf and cotton pouch, these are made directly in Laos by a collective of women to help a larger number of artisans, in total Article22 employs more than 40 artisans in Laos.

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