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Orient Trapeze Necklace (Red & Coral)


Artisans of Hope

The Polyhope jewelry collection is hand-crafted by teenage artisans from Hope Village, Cambodia, a children’s home for over 80 orphans and needy children.  Every piece is uniquely yours, because it is hand-made.  No polymer clay bead or piece of jewelry is exactly the same.  With your purchase, under-priviledged teens can earn some money after school.  With your empowerment, they can become artisans of hope.

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Product Description


  • Inspired by high flying trapeze, the spherical ball of polymer clay hangs on a pendant bar with a pair of tassels.
  • Every polymer bead is hand-made.  Different coloured clay is cut, kneaded, shaped into patterns and baked.  The process is tedious and requires patience.
  •  Length of chain : 44 cm including extension chain and pendant bar.   Adjustable with lobster clasp.
  • Chain is made of stainless steel, nickel-free
  • Diameter of polymer bead: ~1.5 cm ( 0.6in)
  • Weight – 15g


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Operation Hope Foundation

Operation Hope Foundation

22 years ago, Mr Robert Kee was deeply moved by “Inside Asia”, a television program on child prostitution in Cambodia, and felt the calling to help the orphans and the poor of Cambodia. With obedience to the Lord and compassion for the poor, Robert started Operation Hope Foundation (OHF) with the vision of helping the poor in developing countries. Ever since its incorporation in 2001, OHF has established global charity programs and projects that span across Cambodia, Nepal and Thailand. These projects are micromanaged through tight supervision and control from Singapore to ensure no frauds or wasteful expenditure of donations and to have a maximum benefit to cost ratio for the beneficiaries. Read More