Aluminum bracelet made by artisans who live in rural villages around the area called "The Plain of Jars" in Laos. The bracelets are produced by recycling the aluminum coming from war scraps and other recycled material using a technique called a "stirrup" which consists in casting the molten aluminum into two molds made of clay and wood.
This bracelet supports Dynamo Camp's Recreational Therapy for children and young people suffering from serious or chronic diseases and their families.
For more information on this: www.dynamocamp.org
Bracelet size: 6.5cm in diameter
Material: Nickel free recycled aluminum