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Jane Moore

Jane Moore’s distinctive jewellery derives from combining her love of colour with enamelling, whilst the inspiration for her designs comes from the tiny motifs and patterns found in Japanese artefacts and textiles. Enamelling is the process of fusing coloured glass on metal; the glass is first ground to a fine powder before inlaying it into recesses of silver known technically as champleve. The piece is then heated for a short time in a kiln until the glass liquefies and fuses to the metal.

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