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Bismuth + Peridot Ring

I came across a mysterious metal last summer during a museum visit which really caught my eye.  Alien-like, iridescent colours, stairs that look like pyramid x outer-space. Its name is Bismuth and it is an element in the periodic table。 The ones I bought were grown in a German lab, apparently the beautiful rainbow colours are formed by oxidation of this white metal. Don't be deceived by its appearance, it is actually quite brittle! I decided to make a ring using Bismuth and a triangle Peridot as I think they will make great compliment. I didn't really sketch up before making, rather I..  - Read More

Making of the Blossom Earrings

Whenever I see a piece of jewellery, one of the first questions that comes to my mind is "How did they make it?". I am always amazed by the process it takes to transform a piece of ordinary metal, giving it life into something unique and lovable.  This is something I want to share on my blog so that more people can become aware of how something you are wearing now may actually be made! Today I will be showing how the blossom earrings are made. From start to end, it takes about 2-3 days to finish a pair.   ..  - Read More

Launching of Little Rambutan Jewellery

"Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world." - Harriet Tubman It has been 317 days since I finished my last day on my Jewellery + Object Diploma at the Design Center Enmore Tafe.  I started the course by leaving my previous job as a software consultant, naively with courage but unsure of where the new journey will lead me.  It has been many years since I tamper with the creative side of my brain and I fell in love..  - Read More

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