Armory

The Armory, based out of Saigon, Vietnam make handmade jewelry using the finest quality materials.

Their Silver is sourced from northern Vietnam and the Brass and Copper is imported from Italy or Japan.

Each piece is struck over 300 hundred times by their blacksmith's hammer. Twisted, filed, edged, sanded, and finished at their small workshop in Saigon.

 

Their logo, 斧, means “hammer” or “hard work” in Chu Nom, ancient Vietnamese.

In contemporary Chinese and Japanese, 斧 means battle axe.

Delivery Costs vary depending on location.

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The Armory, based out of Saigon, Vietnam make handmade jewelry using the finest quality materials.

Their Silver is sourced from northern Vietnam and the Brass and Copper is imported from Italy or Japan.

Each piece is struck over 300 hundred times by their blacksmith’s hammer. Twisted, filed, edged, sanded, and finished at their small workshop in Saigon.

 

Their logo, 斧, means “hammer” or “hard work” in Chu Nom, ancient Vietnamese.

In contemporary Chinese and Japanese, 斧 means battle axe.

Delivery Costs vary depending on location.