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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.

Wu ching chih

Wu Ching-Chih, a Taiwanese artist specialising in enamelling. He is known for his excellence in illustrating abstract themes and personal thoughts with his works. He achieves so by combining traditional gold-smithing and enamelling techniques with his distinguished visual style to create his series of work. 

Wu Ching Chih - Taiwan

Wu Ching-Chih, specialising in enamelling. He is known for his excellence in illustrating abstract themes and personal thoughts with his works. He achieves so by combining traditional goldsmithing and enamelling techniques with his distinguished visual style to create his series of work. 

Figure 2014 2x2x2.5cm earring copper,fine silver,enamel

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2014 2x2x2.5cm earring copper,fine silver,enamel

Figure 2014 8x4x3 cm brooch copper,fine silver,enamel

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2014 8x4x3 cm brooch copper,fine silver,enamel

love square 2014 5x5x5 cm copper,bronze,enamel

love square

2014 5x5x5 cm copper,bronze,enamel

Ching-Chih Wu evaluates ordinary household items, reimagine them and creates a series of work using contemporary crafting techniques. Utilising electro-forming and various metal-smithing techniques, the artist transforms found objects into metal, and varnish them in vivid colours with enamel. He aims to explore whether found objects retain their value after having gone through various modes of transformation. The pieces incorporate the concept of both jewellery and sculpture, taking the functionality of jewellery as partial form of the object; the body of work transcends practicality, embodying the maker’s concept as a “micro-sculpture”. This series, with this concept at its core, demonstrates the versatileness of materials.

The trace of rainwater Fine silver, enamel 8x8x5xm

The trace of rainwater

Fine silver, enamel 8x8x5xm