Inspired by Nature and the rich Chinese history, traditional culture and contemporary aesthetics are presented through the filigree craftsmanship used exclusively for the royal family.
All pieces are hand-crafted by more than 30 processing steps using silver and gold, some are decorated with carefully selected Tahitian pearls, South Sea pearls or Akoya pearls. The works are exquisite, elegant and luxurious.Explore More
In ancient China, the bottle gourd was a kind of mascot. “Bottle Gourd” is a homonym of “Fu Lu” in Chinese, Fu means harmony and represents family happiness; Lu means promotion and fortune, representing wealth. So the bottle gourd conveys the meaning of prosperity and good fortune.
The bottle Gourd embodies people’s aspirations for a better life, and it is hoped that this gourd bag will bring constant blessings of wealth and good fortune to accompany you.Explore More
The “Garden Delight” collection is inspired by Chinese gardens. Combining traditional Kesi and wood carving craftsmanship with contemporary design, it tries to bring the unique aesthetic concept in Chinese culture – the artistic conception, into WEI YEE’s products, in the hustle and bustle modern life, to search a kind of ease and enjoyment like walking in the garden.Explore More
The natural lacquer makes the wood colorful, sensuous and beautiful, integrates the work of time and energy, and does its utmost to make the piece profound and calm.
The designer combines traditional craftsmanship with minimalist styling to infuse eternal aesthetic elements into the work. Heaven and earth, all things are one.Explore More
High-temperature forging, repeatedly tempering, to produce the gentle and graceful silver, the colorful and magnificent Mokume Gane. The rich organic texture conveys the natural charm of simplicity, and the simple shape makes it smart and interesting.
Inspired by the tea ceremony term “One period, One Meeting”,which means that the host sincerely receives each guest and treasures every encounter, for it will never recur.Explore More