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$39.00
The Bayadere cushion cover is entirely made of raw silk fabric, whose strips were dyed in different colors, and sewn together by hand. The whole cushion cover was entirely hand woven on a traditional wooden loom by a Cambodian artisan working in a rural workshop located in the region of Angkor. 

$39.00
A tasteful, beautiful bowl that can be put in a number of different rooms throughout the home, the Lacquer Bowl Hibiscus Red is something that helps to depict the traditional Cambodian flower.

$30.00
This Lady Long purse is a rectangular wallet made of hand-woven silk by talented Cambodian craftswomen.

$99.00
This charming stone head is available in two sizes, small and medium,  sold separately,  to suit your budget and your available space. It shows Buddha with his eyes open and a full-lipped serene smile. He is wearing a detailed headdress, carved here by one of our skilled young craftsmen.

$89.00
The Leisure Bag has a number of functions, due to its choice of shapes. It is made from raw silk, making it a bag of good quality.

$89.00
Handmade scarf, 100% Raw Silk The patterns on this pure raw silk scarf were inspired by the national flower of Cambodia, the Rumduol. This flower mainly grows in the Siem Reap province. It not only has a light and pleasant perfume but is also used as a traditional remedy in Khmer culture.

$95.00
Handmade scarf in 100% Fine Silk The small Jasmine scarf is made from silk that was hand-woven by artisans, with a geometrical motif representative of the Jasmine flower.

$39.00
These fine silk underpants are great for any man who wants to feel comfortable on a daily basis. You’ll feel good by wearing them as silk proteins are very close to skin proteins that will make you feel as you’re wearing nothing.

$145.00
This sculpture depicts the putative head of King Jayavarman VII (late XIIth, early XIIIth century). This carving was inspired by a statue from Angkor Thom, now located at the National Museum of Phnom Penh. 

$139.00
This bas-relief depicts the faces which can be seen on the towers of the Bayon temple at the Angkor site (XIIth-XIIIth centuries). It was sculpted from a block of sandstone, which is the same material that was used to build the Bayon temple.

$99.00
This beautiful tray, forming part of our lacquer tableware collection, is the perfect way to serve your guests with style and Buddhist serenity. Carved from wood, and then coated with lacquer, it depicts the map of the famed temple site of Angkor Wat, in black against a red background.