Ukraine. February 24. russia invaded the territory of Ukraine and at 4 am began to destroy Ukrainian cities. Mariupol, Bucha, Kharkiv, Kramatorsk, Mykolaiv... Civilians are saving their lives and leaving their cities as best they can. By cars, with traffic jams, seeing a tank coming at you. On trains, having survived the crush of people at the station. Running or walking, because there is no other option. And someone could not leave...
Thousands of dead: adults, children...
On February 24, Ukrainians went to defend their homeland from the hands of the invader-killer. The world learned what Ukrainian rage is.
Ukrainians will never forget all these events: how our cities were bombed, how Ukrainian people were tortured, how our children were killed...
Ukrainians will never forget the price at which Ukrainian cities and villages were liberated. We will not forget our soldiers, heroes.
Our team created a project to preserve the memory of the war.
An infinite number of spent shells and shell casings are now on the territory of already liberated Ukrainian cities and villages. This is the memory that we recreate in various works.
The funds from the sold goods are transferred to the account of the G.Skovoroda Museum (Kharkiv region) for its restoration.
After a successful counter-offensive in early September 2022, such cities as Balakliia, Kupiansk, Izyum were liberated in the Kharkiv region. From the de-occupied territories, volunteers handed over 30-caliber shell casings to us to turn combat debris into souvenirs, art and interior items.The funds from the sold goods are transferred to the account of the G.Skovoroda Museum (Kharkiv region) for its restoration.
The vase is made from a spent combat cartridge case
Material: food grade stainless steel and black metal
Purpose: for home
Height: 15 cm
Package contents: 1 pc