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Bullets4Peace Launched In Ireland

08-01-2011 06:47 AM CET | Fashion, Lifestyle, Trends

Press release from: Bullets4Peace Ireland

Bullets4Peace "Let Peace Out"

Bullets4Peace "Let Peace Out"

Bullets are generally symbols of chaos and destruction, but Rafi Anteby transforms war bullets into beautiful and unique designer handmade jewellery as a way of spreading consciousness of peace. Not only promote those beautiful pendants a strong message, Bullets4Peace is also donating a portion of the sales towards several charities through their program “Every Bullet has a target”.
Bullets4Peace is made of recycled bullet casings taken from reload centres, streets and war zones. When a bullet is fired the tip flies towards the target and the casing falls to the ground. Manufacturers reload these casings with live ammunition Bullets4Peace intercepts this vicious cycle by transforming the casings into unique and stylish fashion jewellery pendants insuring that these bullets will never find their way back to war zones, thus promoting harmony and peace. Each handmade necklace recycles a real bullet casing decorated with pewter and silver casts. Some of the jewellery pieces include crystals or even LED lights. Peace signs, dolphins, microphones and crosses are among the nearly 100 different pendants. Celebrities like Beyoncé, Sofia Milos (CSI Miami), Bruno Mars, Max Adler (Glee) and Jamie Foxx are supporting Bullets4Peace with their pendants.
Wisin & Yandal (Latin Musicians) featuring Bullets4Peace in their new music video “Tu Olor” and SkyBlu from LMFAO is wearing his Microphone pendant from Bullets4Peace in their music video “Party Rock Anthem” (Every day I’m shufflin’).
Bullets4Peace – Reloading Life!

The Bullets4Peace jewellery began when designer Rafi Anteby's close childhood friend was killed in a hail of gunfire. To intercept the vicious cycle of death.
Rafi created something that would ultimately help to limit the damage an individual bullet could do. By transforming a bullet casing into an artistic piece of jewelry i.e. a symbol for peace, this helps to ensure that one bullet casing cannot be refueled to kill again. Now Rafi aligns himself with as many people as possible who stand for peace in every capacity, from intercepting bullet casing in war zones, streets, and other places to promoting inner peace and harmony through the ways of the Taoist, which is the embracing of nature in every aspect. They wear these beautifully crafted pieces of art and stand in unity to bring an end to senseless violence and the deaths of so many. With his friends in Hollywood, Rafi is quickly becoming known for his efforts to thwart violence around the world through his company whose sole mission is to help eradicate violence one bullet at a time.

Bullets4Peace Ireland
Diana Hughes
Frankford
Enniscrone
Co. Sligo
Ireland

Mobile: 0862188077
email: info@bullets4peace.ie
web: http://www.bullets4peace.ie

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