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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 H403, No.35 ABERDEEN STREET
Hong Kong Island
Hong Kong


Obellery is a Contemporary Jewellery Studio founded in 2014 by Hugo Yeung and Belinda Chang. It is located in the PMQ - the heart of Soho, Hong Kong.

The studio features unique contemporary jewellery from independent artists. Their works are all one of a kind and portrays their personality. The studio aims to promote contemporary and innovative wearable-object as well as metal craft to the public. Jewellery and metalwork workshops take place in the studio for those who love to learn how to produce a unique piece of handmade jewellery by appointment.


Annie Huang is a South African-Taiwanese jewellery designer. Her rich, multi-cultural background serves as an inspiration for her latest award winning collection, ‘Sense of Belonging’. Being nominated for Her latest collection ‘Sense of Belonging’ illustrates the complexity of being human. Each individual piece is formed with layers of metal, each layer engraved with personal memories collected by the designer from her encounters with interesting people. The burnished edges and lines of the layered metal exploits the depth of human emotions and provokes thought concerning where one truly belongs. By examining her piece, is to examine a fragment of an individual’s life.

The jewellery is organic and imperfect to resemble a branch on a tree. There are certain bark like textures that seem to almost peel off, to resemble a partial unveiling of the self. The colours range from autumn leaves, to subtle grey tones, intended to allow viewers to contemplate their thoughts without distraction. On closer inspection, some pieces have visible words that the audience can choose to interpret or they can ask the designer to share the full story. The aim is to communicate, share and relate through art jewellery.

'Sense of Belonging' Neckpieces
'Sense of Belonging'
'Sense of Belonging' Brooches
'Sense of Belonging' Bangle
'Sense of Belonging' Brooch