The Face collection features three pieces of jewelry, the Neang Neak ear cuff, the Phkachhouk 1.0 and 2.0 earrings, and the Kbang crown. Each piece’s design enhances the features in and around the face without hiding your natural structure. Each also highlights the rich hue of its respective precious metal, such as 14k or 18k gold, 14k rose gold and 925 sterling silver. The inspiration behind the intricate pattern and unique aesthetic came from the art of Angkor temples and the regalia of the Royal Cambodian Ballet. Our biggest muses are the legendary and beautiful mermaid and serpent princesses; Sovan Macha and Neang Neak.
The entire collection is available to order or pre-order online. Shop here.
A limited number of pieces are also available in store at the Smithsonian National Museum of Asian Art and the Cleveland Museum of Art.
The Hand collection features five pieces of jewelry, the Aroubei ring, Morokot ring, Gottum ring, Roum Dai palm cuff, and Khong Dai bangle. The design inspiration behind the pieces came from various Angkorian motifs and colonial-era styles, making the Hand collection eclectic. The Aroubei ring and Roum Dai palm cuff have the distinction of Khmer art, yet both pieces are not traditionally Khmer. The Morokot and Gottum rings pay homage to the handful of surviving ancient Khmer royalty rings with precious gems. The highly polished rings only feature rubies and emeralds. The Khong Dai bangle is a simple yet stylishly wearable rendition of the traditionally ornate piece. The pieces from this collection help preserve Khmer art, especially when worn on one of the most popular and accessible parts of the body, the Hand.
Our jewelry is lightweight and cast in New York City’s Diamond District using recycled or ethical metals.