Peace Bronze© Spiral Peace Bronze Necklace

Review by Michael Smith

Spiral Peace Bronze Necklace
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fwtp_SpiralBronze The spiral is perhaps one of the, if not indeed the, most ancient of all artistic symbols, originating before the Bronze Age. In Incan, Celtic, Aboriginal and other historic cultures the spiral represents continuation, a sense of the infinite. The Spiral Peace Bronze Necklace is an original design by Jack Biesek.

Each pendant is 1 3/8" in diameter and weighs 6 grams. Hangs on a 20" black natural fiber cord.

Comes in a lovely open box that tells the story of Peace Bronze© and makes a great gift. The box is made entirely from recycled paper board and there is no plastic, not even cellophane, as a window. Proof that it can be done and good proof at that.

From War to Peace has patiently dug up the cabling connecting disarmed nuclear missile silos that was left in the soil of the American Midwest after the cold war.

Note: The cabling is not radioactive and never has been as it was not part of the weapons itself.

The metals from the cabling were recycled into their pure forms, and the copper is now being used to create a wonderful alloy called Peace Bronze©.

This creation is made from 95% copper, 4% silicon, and about 1% manganese – all of it recycled materials.

Peace Bronze© is an entirely American-made product being used to create beautiful jewelry pieces that celebrate peace over war.

It is a real lovely piece of peace jewelry and a great way of honoring peace and our Earth Mother.

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