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Jewels worn with pride, created by Cambodian artisans with brass obtained from reclaimed bombs left by the Vietnam and Cambodia war.
Emi and Eve thus provides, by giving livelihoods and work to local artisans, the reclamation of minefields and helping to overcome fear.
With the combination of natural and untreated gems with the brass of bombs, Emi & Eve is the new, sustainable and social way of making and wearing jewelry.
Amethyst, Onyx, Topaz, and Sapphire, natural stones extracted in Cambodia unique and all different from each other with different shades of color and inclusions that demonstrate their age and their beauty
The brass used can come from a single bomb or from a mix of bombs recovered from Cambodian soil.
These mines and bombs could be of Chinese or American origin.
Brass is a material that changes over time, which is why Emi & Eve jewels are plated in 23.5 kt gold to maintain the appearance of the jewel over time while respecting the original color of the brass.
The wonder hides, peek, be curious and run to discover the whole Emi & Eve collection
Ring of the Unity line with two precious stones; a Sapphire on one side and a white Topaz on the other. 23.5k gold-plated brass.
Bracelet of the Unity rigid line with two embedded Amethyst stones, 23.5k gold-plated brass.
Rigid Unity line bracelet with two white Topaz stones set in 23.5k gold-plated brass.
Bracelet of the rigid Unity line with two embedded Sapphire stones in 23.5k gold-plated brass.
Earrings of the River line pendants with a butterfly closure characterized by two drops joined in the center by an onyx. 23.5k gold-plated brass.
Brass bracelet Juno collection sectioned directly from the casing of a bomb reclaimed in cambodia, worked and plated in 23.5 kt gold - EEB024