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Australian designed Bracelets made from cricket balls

Australian designer and fine artist Simone LeAmon is known for creating beautiful products with a sustainable vision, where every piece has its own story to tell. With this vision, it’s no surprise that LeAmon would design something as unique and interesting as the Bowling Arm, a leather bracelet made from the remains of a cricket ball. Arriving in red, white and yellow, the Bowling Arm is certainly a piece that gets better with age and is a beautiful symbol for sustainability.

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