Liberty United Strives to Make Streets Safer

By  September 18, 2013

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Social entrepreneur Peter Thum is making the world safer one bauble at a time. The founder of Ethos Water and Fonderie 47 launched another jewelry line called Liberty United that recycles the metal from illegal guns taken off of the streets, even featuring the serial number from a gun that the venture takes out of circulation.

The initial line launched with a capsule collection from Giles & Brother’s Philip Crangi, and the next to join the philanthropic fray is Pamela Love. She’ll refashion some of her fan favorites for fall, including the Aeternum ring, cuff, and pendant; the Inlay Cage, and the beloved Talon Cuff.

Best of all, 25% of the proceeds will benefit programs to reduce gun violence in America. Recycling guns for good? That sounds (and looks good) to us!

Available this fall at PamelaLove.com and LibertyUnited.com with pieces starting at $85.