Morodok Ceramics

Morodok Ceramics
Cambodia

Morodok Ceramics
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I am Son Seyhak, owner of Morodok Ceramic (2015), Cambodia. Morodok produces stoneware for the home that is hand-thrown or made with simple moulds and hand-finished using slips and glazes. I spent my childhood surrounded by clay because my birthplace and my family are well-known for pottery.

Our 15 craftsmen are very skilled and work in an open workplace, allowing fresh air and natural light in. We make sure we work in a safe and healthy way and that payment helps us feed the family. And so, most staff have been with me for long. I like to design products inspired by Khmer culture and to experiment with glazes.

Morodok does customized collections with suitable volumes for retailers in Europe.

Reakossa Arts - Natural Soap Orchid & Sesame

Reakossa Arts
Cambodia

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REAKOSSA ARTS is a small soap maker in Cambodia. Using the cold process and hand-made moulds, we are able to make soaps in any shape, with customized, stamped logos. We are adding locally available scents, made from coconut oil. Our playful style makes the soaps unique gifts, which is why we are also offering attractive packaging.

Reakossa sees for itself a role in developing the crafts sector of Cambodia as well as encouraging the preservation of traditional craftsmanship in Cambodia, so we are trying to offer our craftsmen a reliable and sustainable source of income, with proper working circumstances and fair payment.

We are happy to do customized design and suitable order volumes to European retailers.

Women for Women Foundation - Cushion

Women for Women Foundation
Cambodia

Women for Women Foundation - Cushion
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Women for Women Foundation is based in Cambodia. We produce cushion covers, fabrics per metre and scarves in silk and cotton. Our latest collection introduces iPad /laptop covers in rush, with a cotton piping. All products are hand-woven by women in village-based workshops across Cambodia.

Our mission is to promote the advancement of women and girls through social empowerment, community economic development, and civic engagement. Women for Women Foundation believes in the leadership of women to create social, economic, and cultural change in their community. Our programs invest in and empowers women to become leaders of lives, their family, and community.

SentoSaSilk

SentoSaSilk
Cambodia

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SentoSaSilk, Cambodia, produces premium handwoven silk cushion covers, scarves, fabric by the metre, and fashion accessories. We commit to “fashion and elegance” by quality. We channel opportunities to create jobs, treasure our cultural legacy and keep the silk-weaving tradition alive.

Founded in 2004, SentoSaSilk promotes Cambodian silk and culture and to create impact in Cambodian society by providing meaningful work and income to women and their rural producer families.

SentoSaSilk is able to service individual European retailers with appropriate volumes and tailor-made offers.

SALASUSU - set key holders

SALASUSU
Cambodia

SALASUSU - pouches
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SALASUSU Cambodia, is offering pencil and key holders, pouches and sandals made from rush, a plant grown by villagers along Mekong River. The reed is combined with cotton, hand-woven into mats, dyed with natural pigments and then sewn into decorative items for home and the workplace.

‘SALA’ means: school, and ’SUSU’: cheer up. This describes what we do: our factory is also a school, where women and men can learn life skills in a work situation, according to our “Enjoy your Life Journey” philosophy. We create a clean and healthy work place and offer meaningful work and income to our in-house staff and the rush farmers.

SALASUSU can service retail and wholesale and customize with suitable quantities and direct delivery.

Norea Angkor Handicrafts - hand-made lighting

Norea Angkor Handicrafts
Cambodia

Norea Angkor Handicrafts - hand-made lighting
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We are Norea Angkor Handicrafts from Cambodia. Norea (2011) was founded from the belief that we can bring some new flair into lighting for consumers and projects. This is because our lighting is hand-made using a wide variety of local materials and techniques.

Norea also wants to make a difference to Khmer people. We employ around 30 staff year-round, offering them an opportunity to work in a profession with training to further their skills and under proper working conditions.

This way, Norea is doing its duty to reduce the migration pattern that has led thousands of Khmer people to move to the neighbouring countries looking for better-paid jobs. Norea can do custom-made design to individual retailers, with suitable order volumes.

MANAVA

MANAVA
Cambodia

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MANAVA is a responsible lifestyle brand in Cambodia whose goal is to create unique and high-quality hand-woven baskets, home and fashion accessories, while also empowering and supporting rural artisan Cambodian women with a sustainable future.

Lotus Silk House - golden silk cushions

Lotus Silk House
Cambodia

Lotus Silk House - golden silk cushions
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For over 15 years, the women of the Lotus-silk fashion house design fashion and furnishing textiles handmade from the most traditional Cambodian know-how to more modern creation.

Initially cultivating the silkworm in a backward and handweaving traditional fabrics, the family extended its authenticity in re-working the golden silk, other local natural fibers like lotus, and upcycling wonderful kimonos.

The values of the house: Uniqueness, sustainability, and perpetuity.

Ironworks

Ironworks
Cambodia

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We are Ironworks, Cambodia. We produce fireplace accessories, candle holders and decorative accessories. All products are a combination of metalware and natural fibres such as rattan. We are bringing together the skills of our in-house metal team with the weaving skills of artisans in villages around the country. All products are functional and also tell a story about Khmer culture.

As a family business, we consider the producers in our workshop and in the villages part of our family. Both teams have been with us for quite long and we make sure of good working conditions, both in the factory and in the village workshops. The artisans in the villages feel appreciated because we pay them properly and help them to improve their skills and develop the community.

We are able to service any retail customers in Europe from the UK, to ensure fast delivery and suitable order volumes.

FAIR WEAVE

FAIR WEAVE
Cambodia

FAIR WEAVE
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FAIR WEAVE, Cambodia, is offering responsibly-made handwoven textile for the home and body. Our throws, blankets and scarves are handwoven on traditional looms and dyed using natural pigments from local plants and minerals. This way, we create a look that is soft on the eyes and textured.

Our concept is based on sustainability, respecting people, culture and the planet. We create job opportunities for women to earn fair wages and enhance their skills. Our support includes broader community support, funding educational scholarships and supplies to assist children to go to school. We commit to adopting sustainable and responsible practices in production, such as water treatment in dyeing.

FAIR WEAVE is able to service retail, with suitable quantities and direct delivery.