These pieces were made from 1988 to 1990, leading on from previous works inspired by room interiors whereby images were developed from abstract studies of details. I took a particular interest in Paisley designs - they became a main theme in my work at that time. Each piece was created as a one-off, and a range of techniques were used. However, the main method was painted enamel. These particular pieces were repoussed to give shape and form, then enamelled. The larger works were riveted to back sections, and then engraved to add emphasis to the edge as part of the overall design and to give a finish to the piece.
Pieces are enamel on Silver and have 18k gold cloisonné wire details.