Ring in yellow gold with precious and coloured stones such as diamonds, rubies, sapphires, tourmalines, and amethysts by Jewellery Theatre
Diamond, gold and gemstone earrings by Ankit Malpani
Botanicals Orchid brooches in sterling silver with enamel and CZ by Angelique de Paris, Allentown, Pa
Pendant in black sapphires, white diamonds, and white gold by Al Coro
Each of these original works of art were created from an AK47 type assault rifle that was destroyed in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The source weapon bore the serial number 56-12622656. After an intensive process of material transformation—using heat, pressure, chemistry—a new steel emerged in the foundry of Fonderie 47 to be incorporated into each piece. In addition to these Fonderie 47 steel gems, sourced 18k rose gold, platinum, and conflict free diamonds. Upon its sale, each piece funds the destruction of a specifically designated number of assault rifles in Africa. The buyer receives the serial numbers of all of the weapons that are destroyed by their purchase. Egg from the Phoenix collection, Fonderie 47 steel, with diamonds and 18k rose gold by James Claude de Givenchy
Premier Ladies in 18k white gold, with Brilliant-Cut Diamonds by Harry Winston
Picchiotti’s classic emerald earrings reflect the diversity of designs found at the First Fair in Vicenza.