Basse-Taill (French: “low-cut”), is an eanmeling technique in which a metal surface is engraved or carved in low relief and then covered with transparent vitreous enamel. Developed in Italy in the 13th century, basse-taille enamelwork was especially popular in Europe during the Gothic and Renaissance periods.
This piece is a traditional take on enameling and was a ton of fun to create. The back is dianmond etched stelring silver and set with a tab setting. Chain is inpired by a swing, and is sterling silver. 18" length unless specified otherwise.