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Graines de Cambodge seeds world with beauty

Publication date 15 June 2021 | 19:44 | ICT

While glittery accessories made of precious metals and gemstones need to have those expensive materials mined from the Earth, Siem Reap based Graines de Cambodge instead uses a variety of seeds harvested from plants to create jewelry that



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