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Upcycled Jewelry from Saught is Made from Shrapnel

 - Nov 14, 2012
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To raise awareness and help those in need, Saught collects scrap metal from battle grounds and makes it into upcycled jewelry. War can have immense effects both mentally and physically on those involved, which is why Saught is looking to help these war-torn communities re-build by collecting scrap metal, turning it into jewelry and donating the proceeds back.

Based out of Singapore, Saught partners with mining groups to collect the metal, which is then made into stunning necklaces, rings and bracelets. The items are sold on Saught's website with the majority of funds raised going to helping war-ridden communities re-build. The simplistic jewelry is industrial-esque with each piece designed with a specific theme including 'Freedom from Poverty,' 'Freedom from War' and 'Freedom from Fear.'

The complete collection from Saught is available on its website with new styles being added as materials are collected.