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SPEDIZIONE 2 GIORNI LAVORATIVI (ITALIA) 7 Euro
ESTERO 7 GIORNI LAVORATIVi. 10 Euro
SPEDIZIONE GRATUITA SU ORDINI DI ALMENO 90 EURO USANDO CODICE : FREEDELIVERY
SPEDIZIONI 1/2 GIORNI LAVORATIVI)
Piastrina circolare ricavata dalla fusione dell'alluminio derivante dagli scarti delle bombe bonificate in Laos, fusa a mano da artigiani locali del villaggio di Bhan Naphia. Chiusura con moschettone in argento 925 regolabile tramite nodo scorsoio.
Personalizzate da incisione a laser, fatta in Italia.
Consigliato non esporlo all'acqua.
Cordino in cotone 100% prodotto con metodi tradizionali, non intesivi e rispettosi dell'ambiente
Ogni pezzo è interamente realizzato a mano.
Le imperfezioni dell'alluminio dimostrano una lavorazione manuale caratterizzata dalla fusione singola di ogni piastrina che rende ogni pezzo semplicemente unico. Diametro 2.5cm
SHIPMENT OF 2 WORKING DAYS (ITALY)
EXTERNAL 7 WORKING DAYS
FREE DELIVERY FOR ORDERS AT LEAST 90 EURO USE CODE : FREEDELIVERY
Circular plate made from aluminum melting from scrap of reclaimed bombs in Laos, handmade by local artisans in the village of Bhan Naphia.
Personalized by laser engraving made in Italy.
100% cotton cord made with traditional, made with eco friendly methods
Each piece is entirely handmade.
Aluminum imperfections demonstrate manual machining characterized by the single casting of each plate that makes each piece simply unique. Diameter 2.5cm
Artisans recover the pieces to work exclusively through the 'Association of MAG demining.
No War Factory di Massimo Moriconi
Via Zanardelli 104
From 1964 to 1973 the United States dropped over two million tons of bombs on Laos during 580,000 air missions, amounting to a planeload of bombs every eight minutes, 24 hours a day, for 9 years. This makes Laos the most heavily bombed country in history . One of the hardest hit areas was the "Plain of Jars" and the adjacent villages. In 1975 the bombing stopped, the war ended. It was during those days of rapid change that a foreign traveler visited the villages of that area, leaving the idea to turn something that kills, into something that nourishes, thus improving the economy of the villages. Spoons, bracelets and other ornaments made from the aluminum remnants of the bombs and fuel tanks that disfigured this land were created. With the purchase of each manufactured piece you will help to support the economy of the villages and to clean up the surrounding land.