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The Two Split Dress is a garment that presents both a very simple yet effective design. It is something which can be worn to evening dinners and other formal events, or even if you plan on going somewhere special for the day. 

The Dolman Collar Shirt is a garment that will certainly catch the eye of anyone who sees it, and can give the wearer a formal and refined look, with an obvious Asian touch.

$35.10 $39.00

This hand-woven silk scarf has two sides. One layer is made of organza and another is made of jersey. The hand-printed ornament is inspired by bas-reliefs of Khmer ancient temples. 

$40.50 $45.00
This beautiful wall decoration is the highlight of a recent collection and represents the Royal Elephant Face. The elephant is possibly the most well-known of the animals steeped in Cambodian culture, having been an integral part of it, both symbolically and in labor. The elephant is a symbol of determination, loyalty, steadfastness and inner strength.

This smooth Elastic long skirt is perfect for summer times. It can be worn either as a skirt or as a bare shoulders dress with elasticized square neckline – self-tie shoulder straps are provided – and a shift silhouette. It was entirely hand woven and sewn by talented artisans working in traditional workshops located near the Angkor temples.

The lotus Ceramics collection features porcelain bowls, cups, jars and vases that were made by our talented artisans, according to the traditional ceramics techniques. Each piece of this collection is adorned with lotus-like motifs in relief, which we can explore by slightly touching it.

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. 

This is a lovely stone carving of Pranhaparamita, often known as "the mother of all Buddhas"

The Stone Ganesha hand carved in sandstone is a medium sized statue that represents the Hindu deity called Lord Ganesha, which has human form and the head of an elephan

This piece made in sandstone is called a ‘Linga and Yuni’, or ‘lingayoni’. It is one of the representations of god Shiva and his wife Parvati, which symbolizes the duality that merges into unity.