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After decades of war and repression, much of Cambodia’s once rich cultural and artistic heritage had been lost: historic sites had been looted, artworks had been smuggled abroad and knowledge of traditional crafts was in decline.

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“The Center produce tableware, such as cups, plates and bowls, in the kbach style as well as decorative items. We also produce sculptures and reliefs related to Khmer culture, including stoneware representations of Buddha, Ganesh and Apsara dancers.”

Many of the products are sold locally to visitors and businesses, including high-end hotels and restaurants across Cambodia, and the centre also exports to Europe and the United States, Canada and Australia to customers that include home decor stores and designer boutiques.

Visitors to the centre in Siem Reap can see local craftspeople at work, using traditional potter’s wheels and moulding and sculpting the clay. Khmer Ceramics and Fine Arts Centre also offers pottery and clay classes for visitors, giving everyone the chance to try their hand at the ancient art.

Having overcome many challenges over the years, not least having to produce everything – from kilns and clay to tools and glazes – from scratch, the success of the project is evidence of the dedication and passion of the team. That is not going to change any time soon.

“Khmer Ceramics & Fine Arts Center want to continue to expand and reach other communities in Cambodia. As a social enterprise, the center want to help as many communities as possible, particularly disadvantaged groups, and create new training and job opportunities. As such, we are keen to diversify our products and include more artisans in different fields, while maintaining good working conditions for our employees and trainees.”