Jung Hsuan Lin is a jewellery designer from Taiwan who loves travelling and exploring different cultures. Whenever she goes, she took inspiration from the curves of the architectures for her design. Lin also has a painting background since her childhood, and now she uses enamel as a media to explore colour in her fine jewellery collection. Lin did two year research for enamel jewellery in Central Saint Martins. Enamel is a material which has a rich historical background in Russia, France, China and Japan. Enamel jewellery has been presented and designed in various ways since the 15th century BCE until now. It is an inheritance of royal history, sophisticated craftsmanship and colour of art.

Enamel is a material which has a rich historical background in Russia, France, China and Japan. Enamel jewellery has been presented and designed in various ways since the 15th century BCE till now. It is an inheritance of royal history, sophisticated craftsmanship and colour of art.




Now she is specialised in using enamel with precious metal to create jewel which symbolises allure and femininity through shades of colour and modern form. Lin’s graduate collection varies from the other enamel jewellery in the market due to the unique layering technique shed used as well as the alluring and feminine vibe.

In the collection, she combines the dying craftsmanship from Japanese Shippo art, shades of colours to reflect femininity, and transformed curves from traditional architecture around the world.




The Japanese shippo is the enamelled vases which were made for the royal family in history. This dying craftsmanship creates a soft and bright gradation of colour in enamel. Lin transforms this beautiful craftsmanship by combing it with the alluring colour combination and modern forms into her collection.











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