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Collaboration to satisfy hunger for creativity, food

A model wears a necklace and earrings by Madeline Green. George Nickels
A model wears a necklace and earrings by Madeline Green. George Nickels

Collaboration to satisfy hunger for creativity, food

Ammo Jewellery’s ​Madeline Green has a secret that she’d like to share with Siem Reap’s crafty souls and food lovers.

The jeweller is getting together with Goulven Lego, the man called G and owner of Veg G Café, for a weekend of workshops and Middle Eastern food at the garden courtyard they share on Wat Bo Road.

Green has christened the secret spot — it’s not the easiest to find — CRAFT, and to celebrate is launching a new range of jewellery that will only be available there, all made by her team of designers.

Workers create jewellery from ammunition at the Ammo Jewellery studios. George Nickels
Workers create jewellery from ammunition at the Ammo Jewellery studios. George Nickels

She will also be running workshops on jewellery design using the bullets that have become Green’s chief motif from 10am to 11am on Saturday and Sunday, and another workshop on creating jewellery from coconuts led by visiting artisan Seavyi Yonn, from 2pm to 4pm both days.

Meanwhile, Lego will sharing his passion for fusion cuisine by cooking up a vegetarian Mediterranean and Middle Eastern feast from 11am to 3pm, and from 6pm to 9pm.

CRAFT is on Wat Bo Road in between Streets 20 and 21, next door to Hansa BBQ and Colourhouse Prints.

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