Gun violence is rampant in the united states, but it doesn’t have to be.
We believe if we stand united, something beautiful will happen.
We believe that courage and common sense can change the world. and you can, too.
Proceeds from the sale of liberty united jewelry and art go directly to programs working to reduce gun violence including the collection and destruction of illegal guns. We then transform illegal guns and bullets into exquisite jewelry and art to complete a virtuous cycle.
Every piece of jewelry we make is made from and bears the serial number of an illegal gun or bullet that has been removed from circulation.
Twenty percent of profits of the Pamela Love Collection and Twenty-five percent of profits from the Giles & Brother Collection go to this mission. These profits fund programs in partner communities that are working to reduce gun violence in the United States, to help young people at risk, to help the families of gun violence victims and to help remove illegal guns from circulation.
Remade In The USA
More jobs. Less gun violence.
Liberty United recycles guns to make jewelry and art made in the U.S.A.
Guns and bullets are collected by partner communities. These are cataloged and checked by law enforcement and then released for recycling. Liberty United remakes the remnants of these guns and bullets, using ancient and contemporary techniques, into jewelry and art.
As we work to reduce gun violence, we provide jobs in America. Our pieces are handcrafted in the U.S.A., incorporating serial numbers and metal from guns and bullet shells that have been reclaimed and destroyed through the communities with whom we’re collaborating.
We believe in working together to address our most difficult problems. in this spirit, Liberty United has worked with the leadership of these communities to transform the remnants of guns and bullets that they have collected into jewelry and art. Sales of these creations, fund programs in our partner communities and across the USA.
- Newburgh, New York
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Syracuse, New York