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People. Culture. History. The inspiration for this collection draws upon these three factors. The jewelry is constructed from brass and wood, simple materials and found in abundance. The warm aesthetic touch of the wood represents the people of Cambodia and the rich Cambodian artistic culture which uses wood to make traditional musical instruments. The brass, attained from melted landmines and bombs, is the history of Cambodia, while the bent metal represents a change in state of affairs from war to that of peace. The polished area represents a new beginning in Cambodian history, a history that the world wants to see written.
This bracelet is made with a leather strap, and features a burnished brass metal piece which reveals a wooden piece. This bracelet comes in two sizes: the ladies’ size measures 18cm long; and the men’s size measures 20cm long.
To Berwin, Design is not just a word; it’s a form of expression that only few would understand. He believes that Design is a form; it’s an art which, unless someone is interested in design or is a designer, he or she will never fully understand the process and the thought that goes into the everyday things in life. A product is just a product to many but a product is a carefully thought out thought process to designers. Berwin strongly feels that design is essentially lines that communicate, illustrations that bring forth change and products that shape the world we live in today.