Wear a simple reminder to stay strong and on course with this handmade bracelet by Elizabeth Suda. No stranger to strife and challenges themselves, the sterling silver and aluminum elements of this bracelet are made from what used to be Vietnam War–era plane parts and bombs. The scrap metal was fairly traded and honed into delicate jewelry, clearing Laos farmland of war debris and serving as inspiration for new beginnings in the process. Borrowing from the tradition of tying a reminder string around your finger, this bracelet encourages the wearer to reach their goals and make their own paths. Handmade in Laos and finished in Brooklyn, New York.