Halo Circle Cufflinks

Article 22

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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 in the history of mankind. In the 1970s, artisans in Laos recycle these bombs into spoons by recovering the metal from the shells.

Recycled Aluminum Bomb Charms created in Xiangkhouang. Sterling Silver created in Vientiane.

The jewels become objects of happiness, courage, peace, reparation and reconciliation and support the work of an organization and craftsmen who too often see their impact as limited.

The packaging also to its history. Made from cotton and hand screen printed, these are made directly in Laos by a women's collective to help a greater number of artisans, in total, Article 22 employs more than 40 in Laos.

This positive approach based on sustainable development & respect for culture is key to this newly updated cufflink.

Since the creation of the brand, the equivalent of 40 football fields have already been cleared.


Each piece gives back to support traditional Laotian artisan livelihoods, village development, community endeavours and further de-mining efforts.

Your purchase contributes to MAG (Mines Advisory Group) to safely & expertly clear some of the 80 million unexploded bombs contaminating land in Laos.

$150 clears 9m2 of Laotian landscape


  • Heritage Craft

  • Eco-Materials

  • Woman Led

  • Handmade

  • Sustainable

  • Innovation

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Category: Jewelry
Origin: Laos
Ships from: Laos

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