Taiwanese jewelry label Melted Potato was born during the summer of 2018. Its founder, Amamberber Yang, was listening to Jay Chou’s “Lovely Woman”—“I want to melt with you and melt into the galaxy”— on repeat while melting, herself, under the festival sun. As its namesake suggests, Melted Potato’s designs are inspired by this phase transformation, objects’ contours as they ooze, drip, and bubble in the heat. And, like real melting objects—a ball of ice cream or a birthday candle—each of the label’s handcrafted jewels are one-of-a-kind, no two have melted in quite the same way. No matter who you are and where you are now, we’re all one under the sun.
Every accessory is handmade, one of a kind, and ultimately spontaneous. The actual product may differ from pictures, a specific characteristic of hand-created objects. For the hikers and bus catchers, melted potato designs use light weight material to ensure mobility. Stainless steel is used for chains and other hardware.