Wallace Chan


Hong Kong native, Wallace Chan, began his career as a sculptor, spending his youth mastering Eastern sculpture and the Western art of gemstones. In the mid 1980s he invented the “Wallace Cut” – a carved image using reflective techniques that resemble that of cameos, intaglios and gem faceting.

Throughout his career he has continued to work as both sculptor and jewellery designer, most notably launching a series of fine jewellery featuring titanium as the key element of the collection, at Baselworld in 2007. Mr. Chan continues to experiment with faceting techniques, lighting, colours, metallurgy and ergonomics and is widely regarded as one of the most innovative jewellers in China.