Silk is used in a variety of utility products.
|Temple Hangings (200k)||Christmas Decorations (170k)||Christmas Decorations (170k)||Set of three cosmentics bags These sturdy cosmetics bags are covered in 100% silk with a wipeable vinyl lining.|
|Glasses Cases (200k)||Silk Evening bags||Silken hair ties (200k)||Silk Scarves In various designs these silk scarves are soft woven in the typical Khmer kroma style.|
|Computer diskette holder.||
Document Portfolio with zip. (400k)
The beautiful document case protects documents and makes an elegant carrying case. It comes with a pen holder and a two way zip. The internal lining is sturdy vinyl.
|Silk boxes (400k)|
Sophal and Yan Nith are about 8 inches high, dressed in pure Khmer
silk. Sophal (the man) wears typical sarong and Yan Nith (the woman)wears
short blouse with sampot. Their arms and legs move. These collectible
rag dolls, represent Khmer culture as it was. Today this silk
is increasingly rare as women prefer to wear the more washable
synthetics. The silk is still worn for ceremonial events. In religious
and celebration ceremonies,women wear a silk kroma draped modestly
over the chest.
Artisans train to do intricate silverwork.