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PMQ- Block B, Shop H403, No.35 ABERDEEN STREET
Hong Kong Island
Hong Kong

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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.

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PICK 11 @ K11 From 15 Jul - 11 Sep 2016

Belinda Chang

Thank you K11 for picking us to be 1 of their 12 popular fashion brands! Check out PICK 11 and how  they style our jewellery at K11 atrium. Also, don't forget to visit K11 Design Store for more of our collections ;)

Clink on the link to see close-ups on how PICK11 style Belinda's Fruity Collection:  http://hk.k11.com/en/Pick11.aspx#/Look2

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Thank you guys!

Belinda Chang

Thank you everyone who came to our exhibition with Wu,ching-chih Art Jewellry on last Friday, we had such wonderful time. The Exhibition is from now until the 23rd Jan 2016, 11 days left, don't miss it wink emoticon

多謝大家上星期抽空來臨Obellery 首次策劃的當代首飾展-吳竟銍個人展「想像的共同體」,並度過一個愉快的晚上。展覽期至本月23日,歡迎來到元創坊H310參觀,萬勿錯過。

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一連兩日的空窗琺瑯課程終於結束,再次感謝吳竟銍由台灣來親自上課和大家的參與及支持,希望您們喜歡今次的workshop,享受製作過程也同時學到更多有關琺瑯的知識。我們未來會再次開辦琺瑯課程,請留意著我們的最新動態!

New jewellery artist Alex Tsai

Belinda Chang

‘For the Queen Bee, Her Grace’ Collection  

In Alex Tsai‘s bee inspired collection, the designer synthesizes the essence of these intricate insects and presents his interpretation with an avant-garde series of jewellery and miniature sculptures.

The declining population of bees has sparked the designer’s interest in examining this fascinating species. While they remain under threat, Tsai addresses this prevailing environmental issue in his collection.

The composition of individual pieces within the collection conforms to three specific aesthetics to achieve visual coherence. The designer expresses his personal artistic style using geometric design, incorporating lathed cylindrical elements and textured brass wire to mimic the delicate form of bees.

The collection of work is plated with gold, furnishing the series with a hint of lavishness while echoing the natural hue of bees.