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By Journey Of Life

Life is multidirectional. Life is complicated. Protesta takes a glimpse into the different aspects of life to get inspiration. Our products take us back to simplicity, to basic form. Products that can reflect the person’s character and style, bringing the focus on you, on your character instead of overshadowing you. At the same time, having sustainability as the backbone.



Recycled aluminum is chosen as our main material used because of its nature, it can be recycled infinitely. Currently, over 75% of aluminum ever produced is still being used today. So as other metal we used, like recycled brass and silver. It is claimed to be 95% more energy efficient than mining new metal*.


Our products are made in a small workshop using traditional metalwork technique. We have our complete control over quality.



Subtle details with impeccable style. We produce our product aim to last long.


Global warming is an ongoing and pressing issue of the world. Protesta is trying to do our part to minimize its impact by using recycled materials such as recycled aluminium, brass, and silver to produce our accessories. We believe sustainability holds the future.

Minimalistic & Simplicity

“Less is more”, we hold true to this. Protesta wants to inspire people to journey towards simple living. It is not to give up living, it is to have freedom from feeling overwhelmed.


Ethos in Greek, means “character”, originally used to refer to one’s personality. Protesta’s designs aim to bring out your inner self, to make you shine. The choice you make defines who you are and the lifestyle you lead.


Minimalistic design with subtle details, indicating the width of the bracelet
Right angled edge, great for stacking nicely
Protesta logo engraved
  • Aluminum sustainability: The Aluminum Association. Aluminum Sustainability | The Aluminum Association. (n.d.). Retrieved May 25, 2022, from
  • Worrell, E., & Reuter, M. A. (2014). Material-Centric Recycling: Aluminum and Copper. In Handbook of Recycling: State-of-the-art for practitioners, analysts, and scientists (pp. 784–790). essay, Elsevier.
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