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Designer Peixin Tan drew inspiration for this collection from the triangle, where each side supports the other two so that is will not distort nor change shape no matter how much it is compressed. Pexin feels this aptly represents the strength of Cambodia’s people.
The Integrity Cuff is one of Saught’s best selling pieces. Handcrafted beautifully from
Also shown model wearing Integrity Ring
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It’s hard to think of anything beautiful coming from a Cambodian landmine. But Singaporean label Saught is producing a line of jewelry made from disguarded weapons. After starting promising legal careers, Saught (now known as Covenant jewelry) co-founders Pamela Yeo, Ng Sook Zhen and Adeline Heng turned their back on the corporate world to pursue this social enterprise. A trip to Laos inspired them, where local people use war remnant’s to make cutlery. Joining forces with non-profit organisations, Saught, a sustainable jewelry brand, buys scrap metal, then trains local Cambodia people turn it into jewelry, creating long term jobs with hope. Their business promotes peace and sustainable development in post war countries.