Jewelry isn't going to change the world.
The women who wear it will.
PSYKHME cooperates with EDUCATION FOR THE FUTURE org. Our project is aimed at promoting the development, particularly of the handicraft sector.
These jewelry pieces are manufactured by the teenagers rescued from the streets in Cambodia. All the jewelry is made from landmine and bomb shell metal, placed by different governments and factions during the Civil War in Cambodia in the 1970s and 1980s. The metal is recycled and endowed with a new meaning ’’War can't kill love. Love can kill war.’’
We also use silk fabric which is handmade by local family in Koh Dach island and recycled coconut shell to create our jewelry. In this way we maintain the tranditional handicraft and fulfill the goal of sustainability.
Every jewelry piece is designed in Switzerland and handmade by our students in Cambodia.
PSYKHME collaborates with the local artisans and combines ancient craftsmanship with modern jewelry.
We use natural materials, such as pure silk and coconut shell to create our jewelry.
All the jewelry is made from landmine and bomb shell metal, placed by different governments in the 1970s and 1980s.