Emma Dome Earrings
"As consumers we have so much power by just being careful in what we buy."
- Emma Watson
These elegant earrings, as worn by Emma Watson on The Ellen Show, are an ethical jewellery staple. The minimalist and classic design of this pair means they are perfect for everyday-wear or worn dressed up for your next formal event. The metal is not tainted by water so you don't have to worry about taking them off to shower.
By purchasing Article 22 jewellery, you help fund the removal of unexploded cluster bombs that were dropped in Laos during the Vietnam War. The bomb metal is melted down and repurposed to create this beautiful, meaningful jewellery.
- Stirling silver posts
- Polished aluminium silver domes made from cluster bomb metal
- Extremely lightweight
- These earrings do not have to be removed in water
- Helps fund the efforts of MAGS (Mines Advisory Group) to remove unexploded bombs from affected areas in Laos
- Made Fair Trade in Laos
- Sustainable - made from recycled materials
About Article 22
Article 22 jewellery is made from repurposed bomb metal. It is estimated that over 250 million cluster bombs were dropped on Laos during the Vietnam War. 80 million of those bombs failed to detonate. This impacts Laos negatively as the nation strives to build development.
Article 22 partners with MAG (Mines Advisory Group) to fund the safe removal of Cluster Bomb remnants from Laos Soil . MAGS has cleared over 60,853,231 square metres of Laos farmland of bombs to date. Each piece of exquisite jewellery provides more funding to clear unexploded ordinance from Laos. An amazing organisation that was supported by Princess Dianna during her lifetime.