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Jewellery made from recycled bullet casings taken from reload centres, streets and war zones. Transforming them into beautiful and unique jewellery speeding consciousness of peace.  Working with charities to raise awareness through the "Every Bullet has a Target" campaign.

Bullets4Peace is a handmade designer fashion jewellery line, made from recycled bullet casings. Pendants, necklace, silver jewellery, decorated with gold, silver and swarovski crystal. Supporting charities and spreading the word of peace.

Bullets4Peace, setting an example to the end of all violence!

Bullets4Peace jewellery recycles bullets taken from reload centres, streets, and war zones. Every bullet which is transformed into one of our unique jewellery pieces, means one less bullet in a weapon! These bullets take human lives and destroy families all over the world. Bullets4Peace transform a seemingly destructive piece of metal into beautiful Jewellery with an important, positive message: Stop the Violence! Spread this message all over the world. But Bullets4Peace wants to do more than just set a positive example: The program "Every Bullet Has A Target" supports the work of charities by donating a portion from all sales. We support Irish Autism Action, Oxfam, The Good Hope Centre and many more.

Hand crafted art!

Bullets4Peace is handmade in Los Angeles, the “Creative Capital of the World”, home to Hollywood celebrities and where all the latest fashion trends come from. Many well-known celebrities from film and the music industry are already fans of Bullets4Peace and our message. Every handmade piece of jewellery is unique with  variations in shape and colour. What makes our bullets special is the natural change in the metals over the course of time. Through oxidation, unique traces of life will be left behind and an antique look will be achieved.

Bullets4Peace may make changes to the design of the jewellery or chains used.

A fashion statement becomes a political statement when a spent bullet casings is turned into designer jewellery. Bullets are generally symbols of chaos and destruction, but Rafi Anteby  transforms war bullets into beautiful and unique designer hand made jewellery as a way of spreading consciousness of peace.

The Bullets4Peace jewellery  is made of recycled bullet casings taken from reload centers, streets, and war zones. When a bullet is fired the tip flies towards the target and the casing falls to the ground. Manufacturers reload these casings with live ammunition.

The Bullets4Peace jewellery intercepts this vicious cycle by transforming the casings into unique and stylish fashion jewellery pendants insuring that these bullets will never find their way back to war zones, thus promoting harmony and peace.

The Bullets4Peace jewellery began when designer Rafi Anteby's close childhood friend was killed in a hail of gunfire. Each handmade necklace recycles a real bullet casing decorated with pewter and silver casts. Some of the jewellery pieces include crystals or even LED lights. Peace signs, dolphins, microphones, and crosses are among the nearly 100 different pendants styles available. Many of these can be found right here in our online jewellery shop. Each year Bullets 4 Peace donates a portion of the sales of  the jewellery to several charities.

Bullets4Peace supports Oxfam and many other charities around the world.

 

Irish Autism Action is a young dynamic, innovative and passionate organisation formed in 2001 which is bringing positive change into the lives of those affected by autism. The range of services which Irish Autism Action provides includes awareness raising, early detection diagnosis, education support, advocacy, counselling, helpline, home based support, transition planning, social housing, research information and advice for families upon receiving diagnosis.The Good Hope Centre was founded in Germany by a handful of friends and acquaintances, initially to support a small orphanage in Usa River, Tanzania. Some time later it became clear that in this region much more can and must be done. This realization has developed a variety of projects and international collaborations, currently up to build our own orphanage with adjoining school.Oxfam International is a confederation of 15 organizations working together to find lasting solutions to poverty and injustice. We work directly with communities, seeking to influence the powerful to ensure that poor people can improve their lives and livelihoods and have a say in decisions that affect them.War Child is a family of independent humanitarian organisations which work together to help children and young people affected by armed conflict.Udo Lindenberg Foundation supports young musicians and carries through the song contest

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