Each Enfold necklace is coloured with bright enamels that are kiln-fired onto the surface.
The Enfold range is an exploration of design through use of circles and squares as key elements. It references Mod fashion of the 60s, Mid Century Modern design, Renaissance Architecture and the Dutch De Stijl Movement of 1917 with the pursiut of reducing design to basic symmetry, proportion and geometry.
In construction, the Enfold necklace draws on the combination of square and curve and shares a similarly reductionist aesthetic.
Some small marks are to be expected on one side of the necklaces - this is where the piece rests on a trivet in the kiln. This should not be viewed as an imperfection, instead as an indication of how the piece has been constructed.