The Making off

Syrian Refugee - Photography by Csaba Segesvári


Hand made in our Studio

When we realized the razor wire installed along the borders of Europe's Southern Eastern countries was made in our country, Spain, we were shocked. That was kind of the drop that spilled our glass and pushed us to design an art installation, we want to raise social awareness on the refugee crisis by changing the meaning of an object that is designed to divide into an object that can actually unite the community in welcoming war-displaced people.  

We have carefully designed a collection of jewelry for everyone, men and women, crossing all geographic, ethnic and age lines. We bought the same original razor wire installed on the borders and started cutting it up, hand polishing each piece and gold plating them in 24K.

It has been a long and tedious process but this might be the most meaningful artwork we have yet done. We are happy to be able to create a positive impact and make a difference through our Art. 

Welcome Jewelry - Making off - Amarist Studio
Welcome Jewelry - Making off - Amarist Studio
Welcome Jewelry - Making off - Amarist Studio
Welcome Jewelry - Making off - Amarist Studio
Welcome Jewelry - Making off - Amarist Studio
Welcome Jewelry - Making off - Amarist Studio
Welcome Jewelry - Amarist Studio - Making of
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