Bright Star necklace plated gold

Normal price €199,95
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Hey there, star!

This stylish design was created by Mickey Philips and inspired by the star that makes you shine. Made from 100% recycled silver with a high-quality 14KT gold plating, this unique and timeless pendant is the perfect sustainable gift for yourself or someone you love. DThe necklace has a length of 50 cm, stylish with every outfit!

Fun & sustainable fact: the silver and gold used for this piece of jewelery is taken directly from recycled mobile phones.

With your purchase you finance the collection and recycling of discarded telephones from Africa. In this way you contribute to less e-waste worldwide.

Shopping never felt so good!
Dare to see the beauty in waste

  • Made from 100% recycled silver and 14KT gold from waste phones
  • 50 centimeters of necklace
  • Handmade in the Netherlands
  • Delivered at home within 2 working days
  • Contribute to less e-waste worldwide

Everyone loves phones. Nobody likes waste. Worldwide there are hundreds of millions of old mobile phones in people's drawers. Nothing to do.

NoWa is on a mission to collect these old discarded phones and turn them into something beautiful. As our raw materials are running out, it is becoming increasingly important that we recycle more. Only then can we reuse valuable raw materials - such as gold and silver in old telephones. For example, to make beautiful circular jewelry :)

E-waste is the fastest growing waste stream and a major problem. That is why we work together with our partner Closing the Loop. They collect and ship discarded phones from Africa and then recycle them responsibly. For every piece of jewelry we sell, we donate a part, so that Closing the Loop can continue the work. In this way, all metals from waste telephones are used for eternity, and you contribute to less E-waste worldwide.

In addition, we also think it is important to move in an inclusive society. The jewelry that you receive beautifully packaged at home is packed in a sheltered workshop. This will create more jobs for people with a distance to the labor market.