From Guns to JewelryPeter Thum
(original source The New York Times)
“One cold evening this winter, on the fifth floor of an unremarkable building on West 46th Street, Louis Onty, owner of City Casting, was pouring molten metal into the wax molds his company had created for the jewelry line Liberty United.
The metal hadn’t come from a typical commercial supplier. It was the melted down remains of guns and bullets seized by police departments across the United States, now being used to create jewelry with a message.”
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