, vetrina — April 11, 2018 at 4:00 am

Emi & Eve, jewels for peace





The jewels made of brass (gold-plated) made with the projectiles found in Cambodia: Cassandra Postema realizes them with her Emi & Eve ♦ ︎
Cassandra Postema graduated in Fashion and Textile Design at Central St. Martin College, London, the starting point for a brilliant career in the design world. But a trip to Cambodia changed her perspective. In fact, she decided to combine design with social responsibility, helping the difficult life of the local population. Cassandra’s talent, therefore, expressed itself in a very different jewelry brand, with which she transforms bombs and bullets into earrings, bracelets and rings. The jewels are sold under the brand that is based in London Emi & Eve and are made by Cambodian artisans, who use brass, metal recovered from anti-mine technicians and fishermen. In this way Cassandra Postema supports the Cambodian community.
The jewels, divided into four families, are then gold-plated and enriched with precious stones, also from Cambodia, natural and untreated. This is why they are also different from each other.
Cassandra, in Greek mythology, was a priestess with the gift (or the condemnation, according to the points of view) of foresight. She saw the future and announced misfortunes, unheard. Quite the opposite of Cassandra Postema, fortunately: she wants a better future. Lavinia Andorno




Collezione Unity, anello con onice nero e zaffiro
Collezione Unity, anello con onice nero e zaffiro
Bracciale con ametista
Bracciale con ametista
Bracciale con onice nero
Bracciale con onice nero
Bracciale con zaffiro
Bracciale con zaffiro
Bracciale con zaffiro non trattato
Bracciale con zaffiro non trattato
Orecchini con ametista
Orecchini con ametista
Orecchini con topazio bianco
Orecchini con topazio bianco

Orecchini con zaffiro
Orecchini con zaffiro







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