Valentine's Day: Jewelgram Necklace Made from Cleared Scrap Bomb Metal from Article 22

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In a Nutshell

Artisans in Laos handcrafted these pendants using bomb and scrap metal, helping to de-mine bomb-littered land and make the land safe

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Feb 6, 2015. Does not ship to AK/HI/Canada/Puerto Rico. Does not ship to PO boxes. Refundable only on day of purchase. By completing your purchase, you agree that the email address you provide will be shared with SideTour for marketing purposes and as described in SideTour’s Privacy Policy. Must provide shipping address at checkout. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Product ships on February 3, 2015. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $72 for a “Love Is the Bomb” or “Let’s Spoon” engraved jewelgram necklace ($90 value)
  • 16” chain; 8” pendant drop
  • Comes in handwoven pouch
  • Includes a card that tells the necklace’s story
  • Shipping, taxes, and gift wrapping are included. Product ships on February 3, 2015.

The sale of each necklace is capped at 100 purchasers.


Article 22

Elizabeth Suda didn’t know what she was in for when she quit her merchandiser job at Coach to move to Laos and work with local weavers. Though that job fell through, Suda went to Laos anyway and witnessed something eye opening: local Laotians—whose villages were still littered with scrap metal from the Vietnam War—were melting rocket mortar down to craft spoons. This practical recycling sparked an idea in Suda to craft jewelry and link it to a global market. Thus, Article 22 and it’s inaugural line of jewelry, Peacebomb, were born.

  • Made in Laos
    Necklaces from the Peacebomb collection are handmade by Laotian artisans, and each one incorporates melted down scraps of bombs, aluminum, and other metals leftover from the Vietnam War. Each sale helps clear about 5 square meters of bomb-covered land, and proceeds from each fair-trade piece bring income to the artisans and the community.

  • Engraved in the USA
    Once the pendants are shipped backed from Laos, artisans in the States engrave them with cheeky sayings like “Let’s Spoon” and “Love Is the Bomb.”

  • Press Coverage
    Article 22’s story and jewelry has been featured in publications ranging from the Los Angeles Times and the Wall Street Journal to Vogue and Glamour.


Customer Reviews

Beautiful work!
Mark W. · January 26, 2015

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