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Cult-favorite jewelry designer Pamela Love forked over her talents to Liberty United, an organization that recycles illegal guns and bullets by turning them into jewelry and art pieces. The items are stamped with the serial number of the original weapon, and proceeds from Love's capsule, which range in price from $175 to $1,545, go to fund programs that work to reduce gun violence in the U.S. They're also gorgeous. Shop the collection here. [Papermag]