Founded in 1987 by renowned glass artists Loretta H. Yang and Chang Yi, LIULI has grown from a modest workshop in Taiwan to become Asia’s leading brand of crystal art. Liuli is a Chinese term from the Han Dynasty for glass art, and was chosen to honor the richness of Chinese heritage and culture.
Records show that artisans of the Han Dynasty were highly skilled in lost-wax casting (pâte de verre) but the craft was subsequently lost and forgotten. Yang and Chang revived the craft and reintroduced it to the international arena. READ MORE
One of the main techniques used by LIULI in producing glass is known as pâte de verre (lost-wax casting). The advantage of this technique is that it allows for the inclusion of minute details in the final artworks and expands possibilities for the artist’s unique expressions. The procedure consists of the twelve steps process. READ MORE
LIULI is the embodiment of culture, spirit, life, philosophy, and passion. Each one-of-a-kind creation has its own story. Each piece of LIULI artwork comes with a dedicated poem, telling its unique story, imparting a blessing, inspiring conversation, and connecting the viewer with the heart of the artist. LIULI is commited to create a limited number of pieces, so as to foster an environment where our artists are constantly engaged in the creation process and stay relevant to the society we care about. READ MORE
Color is a creative expression of the artist. Most LIULI creations are infused with color, so as to create a vivid and elegant experience of joy, love, and benevolence, thereby generating a positive energy which helps to release tension and stress.
Some pieces are completely free of all color, an expression of purity and peace of mind. As a creative medium, colorless glass has the capacity to draw in ambient light, reflecting the philosophy of mutability and constant change. NEW ARRIVAL