A very strenuous, intense labor of love art form, each unique jewelry piece is handcrafted, hand cut and handwoven by our skilled Artists. One piece of jewelry can take up to several weeks to make.  The Dok Phikoun Flower is the ancient centerpiece of our jewelry. To create this flower, we hand run our silver through a flattening tool until it becomes a delicate fine silver wire; we place the wire through a spindle to create the spiral to make the flower. This step takes precise skilled handwork.  The spiral has to be uniformly cut by hand and adjoined with tiny silver beads at extreme high heat to create the centerpiece to our signature Dok Phikoun. A single flower is created through this process, and many more is delicately made to be soldered to a base of thicker strands of silver woven together like fabric. One jewelry piece can contain hundreds of our flower motif. Every handcrafted piece of jewelry has that level of attention to detail.  Each piece has a story and is  truly a timeless handcrafted tradition that our family is proud to preserve.