Jing Han is a jewellery graduate from Central Saint Martins. Jing’s jewellery is connected to contemporary art and relevant to daily life. In the process Jing focuses on ideas and materials, like rope, that are often ignored or not considered precious and valuable. Through investigation and experimentation these materials can carry ideas about jewellery.

Jing’s work focus particularly on the link, an element of jewellery that is often overlooked. By disassembling the idea of regular ‘rope’, Jing fashions a series of intertwined metal wires made from brass and copper. Furthermore, in the intertwining experiment, the metal wire reveals its extremely vulnerable tensile property. Eventually it breaks, but its fracture still follows the spiral path of the rope. In the end, an order has been created out of chaos.