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"Make jewellery not war!"These flower designed necklaces are made from scrap metal from the tonnes of unexploded ordnance found in Laos. Rest assured they are not part of any dangerous activity and villagers make money from the scrap metal and are not encouraged to harvest it for profit. We source these from reputable local NGO and fair trade partner, Saoban who provides training and support to communities in rural Laos. The Cord comes in black and can be adjusted to the length you desire.

Recycled bomb-Dok Champa necklace 4cm x 4cm Each

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Delivery and Order Info

Returns and General Order considerations:
Your satisfaction is our first priority at Silk Lotus. However our products are hand made by local women producers living in developing countries and whilst every effort is made to describe and photograph our products as accurately as possible, differences do occur.

The handmade nature of our products, particularly textiles, means each piece is unique. Celebrate the unusual as our products represent the traditional and beautiful skills of local artisans in unique parts of the world.

However if you are not satisfied we will gladly exchange the item or provide a refund. All returns are subject to us receiving the item back within 7 days of purchase. Items must be returned with their original packaging and, unless they were damaged prior to you receiving them, must still be in an unused and saleable condition.
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Silk Lotus

About the seller

Silk Lotus is a social enterprise importing beautiful, hand-made jewellery, textiles, and accessories that are gorgeous as well as ethical. We source from small producer groups to provide them with an income, and we donate profits to aid agencies who can do more and have greater impact. Beautiful products making a difference in the world!

How this purchase helps

  • Disadvantage
  • Local communities
  • Economic empowerment
  • Employment