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In your body is a good place to be - Diamond Bar Tag Necklace

Original price $185.00 - Original price $290.00
Original price
$185.00 - $290.00
Current price $185.00
Material: Sterling Silver Chain


Wearing our mantras is the daily reminder we all need to stop and smell the roses. For the ageless and wise, the mantra of artist Beatrix Ost.  

"In your body is a good place to be"

Each piece gives back to support traditional Laotian artisan livelihoods, village development, community endeavors, 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.

$185 clears 12m2 of Laotian landscape

$290 clears 18m2 of Laotian landscape 


3.9cm Peacebomb Bar Tag
1.7mm SI1/2 White Diamond
18" Sterling Silver or 14K Yellow Gold Chain (16" adjustable)

Comes complete with ARTICLE22 Story Card and handwoven, reusable Cotton Pouch

Hand cast re-purposed military grade aluminum – our PEACEBOMB Al metal includes Vietnam War-era bombs, plane parts, military hardware, and other aluminum scraps.

East meets West. Each PEACEBOMB Al piece is authentically handcrafted in Laos and finished in Vientiane or New York.

PEACEBOMB Al does not have to be removed in water. Metal does not tarnish and has been tested to determine that it is NICKEL FREE.

With wear, each PEACEBOMB Al piece becomes uniquely yours and will acquire a polished patina from the natural oils of your skin.

We use SI-1 / SI-2 quality and clarity of White Diamond cut in the traditional "Diamond Cut" technique working to ensure, along with our diligent diamond merchant, an "eye-clean" depth perception in an endeavor that no inclusions are seen with the naked eye. (this is not a guarantee of this though)
Please know that every diamond supplied to ARTICLE22 is certified conflict-free, based on personal knowledge and/or written guarantee, from our reputable and honorable merchant here in NYC, and purchased within the supply chain in compliance with UN resolutions and the 2003 Kimberly Process Act.