Jane Moore creates bright, colourful enamelled jewellery. Her inspiration comes from the simple silhouettes of traditional Japanese artefacts and textiles embellished with tiny, floral motifs. She also recalls vivid memories of her mother’s intricate embroidery. Ideas begin as drawings in her sketch book. Only when she arrives at a pleasing image does she begin to consider whether it is technically possible. While enamelling is rooted in traditional techniques Jane also embraces more modern, industrial methods, such as photo etching, laser cutting, or the application of fine enamel transfers.
Throughout her career Jane has exhibited both nationally and internationally, including regular appearances at The New York Gift Fair, EUNIQUE Karlsruhe Germany and SIERAAD Amsterdam. In 2006 Jane received the prestigious Kayman Award from the National Association of Jewellers (formerly the British Jewellers Association).