Gold Jewelry Is Upcycled From Old Dell Computers

Gold Jewelry Is Upcycled From Old Dell Computers
Design

A collaboration between Dell and Nikki Reed gives new life to discarded computer parts

Zack Palm
  • 26 january 2018

Technology company Dell partnered with actress and designer Nikki Reed to recycle the precious metals found in computers and turn them into pieces of jewelry. The line from Reed’s brand BaYou With Love is called the Circular Collection, and the pieces range in price from a $78 gold ball ring to a pair of cufflinks that costs $348.

In addition to this partnership, Dell wants to make it easier for consumers to recycle old computer parts through Goodwill. If someone owns a part they no longer use in their home computer, they can drop it off to one of the participating Goodwill store locations. The part goes to Dell, which then decides whether to have it refurbished or recycled.

BaYou With Love

Technology company Dell partnered with actress and designer Nikki Reed to recycle the precious metals found in computers and turn them into pieces of jewelry. The line from Reed’s brand BaYou With Love is called the Circular Collection, and the pieces range in price from a $78 gold ball ring to a pair of cufflinks that costs $348.

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+Fashion
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+Jewelry
+Recycled Materials
+retail
+Sustainability
+Sustainability
+technology

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