Vitreous enamelling is the process of melting
and fusing coloured glasses onto a metal
object; when used purely decoratively the metal is normally copper or silver.
Evidence of enamelling dates back to 1500 B.C.
and in the British Isles the Celts produced some
beautiful items by pouring enamels into
cast bronze shapes
Each item is unique since. even when using
commercial blanks, variations in the
firing temperature, firing time, and thickness
of application of the enamel powder. among other
things, affect the finished article
On the following pages you will find examples of my work, both decorative and jewellery. As each piece is hand made and unique it is best if you can visit one of the many craft fairs that I attend throughout the year. Please use the enquiry button to e-mail me for a list. If this is not possible then by all means use the enquiry button to ask about a specific piece, as if that one is sold, I may have or be able to make something similar