Peace Pendant For Non-Proliferation

The “Peace Pendant” has been made for Harmony For Peace from melted nuclear weapon steal  –

  a small limited charm individually numbered

 

Nuclear Weapons Melted in Nagasaki

 
In 2011, Nagasaki - On July 22nd at 3:00 pm the world’s first scrapped nuclear weapon using revenues from public donations generated by the documentary feature film GATE was melted down and poured into ingot molds by citizens of Nagasaki.
 
The film GATE was released in Japan during the summer of 2008 with unprecedented support from both corporations and politicians, and three years later the first container holding 10 tons of scrap metal from a dismantled nuclear submarine arrived in Nagasaki to be melted down by citizens of the city that knows all too well the horrors of nuclear destruction.
 
Ingots made from the metal was displayed at Kotaiji Temple, Nagasaki on August 8th and 9th before being given to companies and made into fashion accessories generating further public funds in dismantling more nuclear weapons.
Harmony For Peace Foundation obtained this steel and created just 100 “Peace Pendants” from a destroyed nuclear weapon.
 
Inscribed with a number (1-100)

 

Back - Numbered and inscribed with

"Peace is Disarming"

Front

Harmony For Peace "Peace Pendant"

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