Tribal Dome Upcycled Earrings
Statement earrings for the nomadic woman with eclectic style and a wardrobe well-traveled.
Two hundred miles south of the UNESCO World Heritage Site city, the sleepy capital of Vientiane is home to Wat Sisaket, the temple that inspires these Tribal Dome Earrings finished with the traditional silversmithing technique of the Hmong.
Made from Article22's signature upcycled metal and finished with sterling silver bead bezel and earring posts, these earrings are effortlessly chic, super lightweight, and comfortable to wear.
Founded by New York native Elizabeth Suda, ARTICLE22 is a thriving business which creates jewelry collections for customers in over 40 countries.
Each ARTICLE22 piece is a modern heirloom – an actual piece of history redesigned with intention – that inspires action toward our future, individually and collectively.
Pieces in this collection use hand cast, re-purposed military-grade aluminum from Vietnam War-era bombs, plane parts, military hardware, as well as other aluminum scraps. Each piece gives back to support traditional Laotian artisan livelihoods, village development, community endeavors, and further de-mining efforts.
Your purchase contributes to Mines Advisory Group to safely & expertly clear some of the 80 million unexploded bombs contaminating land in Laos.