Grateful Beneficiary of the MONTANA CARES INDIVIDUAL GRANT of the MONTANA ART COUNSEL
Mike’s priority is working in recycled materials. He uses locally sourced spent ammunition abandoned outdoors and makes them into earrings, cuff links, and tie tacks that have the look of high end jewelry. Mike also creates intricate chain mail from recycled electrical wire and pendants from flattened plumbing pipe. His many years as a wood worker allows him to make masterful pieces from exotic hardwoods .
Recycled bullets are collected from local shooting ranges and other sources to produce handmade ear studs with Swarovski Crystal Birthstones or primers left in place.
Bullets are thin sliced for light weight. Hypoallergenic surgical steel posts are soldered to bullets before being plated with rhodium for shine and beauty.
Shipped in a gift box and includes silicone push backs and surgical steel ear nuts
Recycled electrical wire is stripped, textured, coiled, and assembled by hand to make high-energy copper jewelry.
Copper is believed to Protect Cognitive Function. As with many things in nature, a balance needs to be achieved for harmony to exist, promotes Immune function and white blood cells. Also, for bone density, arthritis relief, growth, and development
Great for your own jewelry or other craft projects
Recycled bullets are collected from shooting ranges and other sources. Breech ends are cut-off in thin slices. Then burnished smooth for consistency and polished.
A fitting memorial for fallen or retired military personnel, police officer or Hunter. Spent bullet casings are utilized with surplus bullets to make memorials. Custom Engraving highlights the service and life of the honoree.
A great way to memorilize your beloved member of the family and keep them close to you always.
Acid etched copper or laser etched wood.
A spent .50 Caliber Browning machine gun casing is used with new jacketed bullet to make this memorial suitable for a fallen or retired military personnel.
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