HOW WE MAKE JEWELRY
1. SEGMENTING OF BRASS
We begin production by initially removing pieces of brass of workable size from bullet-shells and bomb-shells.
2. LIQUIFYING OF RECYCLED BRASS
The recycled brass is applied to a torch to liquify the brass. The liquid substance is then placed into a mold for a flattened surface.
3. FLATTENING OF RECYCLED BRASS
The recycled flat piece of brass is then placed into a rolling mil to correct irregularities along the flat surface.
6. DESIGNING OF THE PENDANT
The brass is then handstamped with our designs by our artisans with a stamp and hammer.
7. BODY OF THE PENDANT
The body of the piece is the etched from the raw brass with a handheld saw and sandpaper.
4. DETAILING OF RECYCLED BRASS
The recycled flat piece of brass is then etched for minor detail flaws and scratches with a flexible shaft.
8. POLISHING, BUFFING, AND SEALING
Each pendant piece is inspected then is later polished for any blemishes and is pickled and sealed for two days.
The pendant piece is then handed over to another artisans who assembles the jewelry piece.
10. PACKING & READY TO GO
The jewelry is finally packed and ready to go from Cambodia to anywhere in the world!