Haute Joaillerie HETING Presents Enchanted Forest Collection Part II Metamorphosis Bespoke Jewellery Craftsmanship

Haute Joaillerie HETING presents Enchanted Forest Collection Part II Metamorphosis bespoke jewellery craftsmanship combining art and living. A refined aesthetic of harmony and nature embodying the vibrancy of life. WONG Heting, an emerging young jewellery designer hailing from Hong Kong, launched her jewellery brand HETING in 2015, featuring Enchanted Forest Collection, a series rooted in nature which won the A’ Design Award & Competition. 

In 2016, HETING expands its portfolio with the creation of Enchanted Forest Part II, taking insects, fruits and mushrooms among other natural elements as a source of inspiration. The collection embodies the creative experience of life and the meaning of metamorphosis to reinterpret the magical power of nature in an idiosyncratic approach. Enchanted Forest Part II crafts valuable metals and precious gems in delicate curves, sinuous forms and tactile textures, balanced by impeccable proportions that together showcase the everlasting enchantment of art, design and craftsmanship.

Enchanted Forest Part II encompasses three series: Insect, Golden Berryand Mushroom. HETING transforms the pieces into fairies in the forest, revealing the rich details and inspired fantasies of the land: insects crawl along flowers and trees, mushrooms sprouting from the woods and the soil, fruits layered beneath leaves and stems together they form a dichotomous symphony of dynamism and contemplation. Founder and Art Director of HETING, WONG shares the idea behind this collection: “In life, we encounter different experiences and pass through varied phases of the journey. Only through endurance, persistence and metamorphosis do we refine and discover the best of ourselves. This is the belief that belies myself and the creative team at HETING. We stop at none; we look forward to the road ahead, to the surprises, discoveries and visions that await us. We take inspiration from our surroundings, we look around to adjust and broaden our horizons; only through these do we learn and grow up through the process.”

Insect Most insects undergo continuous lifetime metamorphosis, from caterpillars to pupal, to mature adults of varied appearances. HETING has curated six species of insects, each representing a different characteristic, creatively embodying the attitudes to which people experience life at different stages.

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