"Where fragments meet" (Enamel Brooch)
This large brooch is made of faceted enamel pieces set into copper claws. The enamel is a powdered glass that is fused onto the metal in a kiln. The surface is illustrated with trillium flowers that are hand drawn onto the enamel's surface and then re-fired in the kiln. These delicate pencil lines becomes fused into the surface of the enamel, capturing it with the glass. The brooch's form is bold and large– a colorful reminder of summer fields and the dark waters of the sea.
* One-of-a-kind art jewellery piece.
- Kiln-fired Enamel (Limoge technique)
- 10cm x 5cm x 1.5cm