Parcels are sent on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.



In addition to our jewels, we are also extremely proud of the collaboration we have been able to set up in Luang Prabang.

With every piece of jewellery sold, we can involve more people in the project, and provide the Ban Xangkhong community with a welcome source of income.

Our jewellery is made of thin layers of wood veneer that are glued in a mould. The result is a sturdy yet light wooden object, which forms the basis of a piece that we develop into a work of art unique to its owner.

Glued in layers, wood veneer cannot crack, it is strong, resilient, and lightweight at the same time.

The jewellery is in many cases embellished with engravings, inlays (for example stone or guitar string), natural black lacquer, gold leaf, or a combination of these. We also experiment with pearls, silver, palm tree and mulberry bark.

The wood veneer we use comes from a veneer factory where it is processed for the furniture industry. We work with a wide selection of the finest grades of wood.

Each piece is handmade and unique, there is no second copy.

The items are packed in boxes of saa paper, a typical Laotian product that has been made in a traditional way for centuries.

All metal parts are made of copper or zinc with a flash coating, and are lead, nickel and cadmium free, as required by European standards.

If you only knew.

Two childhood friends, both woodworkers, once
started making jewellery in veneer wood. One out of boredom because he had a
broken hand, and the other to help. And so the very first collection was made
by those two friends, using only three hands.