IDPA Japan Design Award

2024 International Design Pioneer Award | Japan Tokyo

Flower Multi Purpose Brooch


Project Description

Candy & Co. was founded in 2006 by Chinese Canadian Jewelry Designer YANG LU. Focus on the people-oriented design concept. To provide customers with rare, precious, heritage of high-end jewelry while outstanding subversive design style, greatly enhance the original value of gemstones. The brand owns more than 200 patented jewelry designs and Copyrights. The sole jewelry sponsor of vancouver Film Festival from 2016 to 2018. Its designers have won many excellent design awards at home and abroad. In 2021, the only Chinese designer from more than 70 countries in the world was invited by the Florence Biennale in Italy, and won the Great Lorenzo Jewelry Design Award.


CANDY&Co. - The "Flower" series from the Art Collection is a versatile brooch pendant crafted with emeralds, sapphires, diamonds, 18k gold, and enamel, paying homage to the time-honored enamel craft. Transparent enamel allows light to gracefully pass through, seamlessly merging enamel glaze with a metal base. Through a series of precise processes, it attains a translucent and vibrant quality, akin to painted glass, creating a mesmerizing play of light and shadow in the sunlight. Inspired by blooming flowers, the Flower series features gradient, three-dimensional, delicate enamel petals, resembling the wings of a cicada. These petals seamlessly connect with the central Padparadscha gemstone and diamonds. Every intricately designed petal, with its diverse twists and turns, is meticulously outlined through numerous nights and days, creating a lifelike appearance that bursts forth with a captivating brilliance. The transparent enamel craftsmanship, recognized as an intangible cultural heritage, poses an international challenge due to its complexity and fragility, making it exceptionally rare. The designer persists in integrating this highly challenging craft into jewelry pieces, preserving culture while innovating within that rich heritage.

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