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【Workshop Opening Hours 本店營業時間】

Obellery由2017年七月一日起營業時間將調整為每天上午11時至晚上7時。如有任何查詢請致電 2155-4198。不便之處,敬請原諒。
 

Thank you for visiting Obellery. Our opening hours will change starting 1st July 2017. New opening hours will be Monday to Sunday 11:00AM to 07:00PM.

PMQ- Block B, Shop H311, 35 Aberdeen St
Hong Kong, Hong Kong Island
Hong Kong

852-21554198

The studio presents unique contemporary jewellery & object from different artists. They are all one of a kind and contain attitude. We aimed to promote contemporary & innovative objects as well as metal craft to public. Regular jewellery and metalwork making workshop will be held in the studio for those who love to learn how to produce a unique piece of handmade jewellery.

Nicole Walger

Nicole Walger-Germany

Nicole Walger
Nicole Walger
Nicole Walger

Natural form

Nature is unique. As unique as the jewellery in Nicole's collection. The natural forming of metal, the use of non-cutting forming techniques punching, splitting and stretching lends each item of jewellery its own characteristic form. It is also the acknowledgement of the initial form that makes this jewellery so interesting. It lives from its origins. The use of pure metals and the natural growth process in the forming procedure make each piece a unique gem in its own right.


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The jewellery is created by changing metal shapes. The focus is not on filing, but on techniques like punching, splitting or expanding, the kind of techniques that started out in wrought iron work. By working with precious metals, these "old" techniques are used in a new context. The jewellery arises exclusivly from the process of changing shape, and after that, no further processing takes place.

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Depending on the original geometric shape, different forms of jewellery are created.


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Teilen (Share)

The process of sharing is the focus of these rings. As a symbolic answer to the question -do you want to share with me? - the couple splits a piece of precious metal. Out of the two resulting cuboid pieces the rings are made by pure craftsmanship.

(Engagement rings, wedding rings of fine gold or fine silver)

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FÜR DICH FÜR MICH FÜR UNS

Für dich für mich für uns (For you, for me and for us)

The rings are formed out of a single piece of precious metal. One ring is sawed from the other. Thus, they are dependent to each other, but formed independently in the further process. By forging, stretching and compressing, the rings are adapted to their sizes. On the outer edges there are traces of the deformation process, so each ring is unique. The sawdust that is produced during the sawing is molten to a nugget and the nugget is delivered as a gift "for us". The couple gets the rings, the nugget and a documentation together in a box.

(Rings of fine gold or fine silver)


FÜR DICH FÜR MICH FÜR UNS

Wedding rings
Double cylinder rings

Independent forms arise out of two double cylinders that are connected in the origin. Through the forging procedure the rings are individualized in size and form. They are finally separated by the couple.

Material: fine gold or fine silver

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