This is particularly evident in the Chené d' Glas pieces.
In the traditional hot-glass technique, the molten glass is taken from a 'glory hole' onto a blow rod from where it is rolled in various colouring oxides and frits and re-heated to fuse the colours into the liquid glass before it is iridised and annealed. In fact one can see, in the finished piece, this movement and flow of the liquid glass over the surface.
This is not a technique that can be controlled enough to be repeated exactly and each piece of glass is made individually in this way - therein lies the art and fascination in each piece of jewellery.
I am always adding new designs to the collection, and now finding in my latest pieces a movement towards simpler lines and more three-dimensional shapes.