Meab Enamel Pieces
Each enamel piece takes over 20 processes to create. A pure metal is required for enamelling and Meab uses recycled copper from old water cylinders. It takes several processes for the copper to be prepared before enamelling. The ‘Open Fire’ technique is then used. This means that each piece is fired in the open air and the design is created whilst the enamel is molten. This enables us to create the unique swirling designs which our jewellery is famous for. Each designed piece is unique to its owner.
Made in West Meath by Clair & Charlie having taking on the family business started by Clair's mum Meab.