Put your faces close together and flutter your eyelashes at each other. That's a butterfly kiss. Personally, I'm a bit of an old traditionalist and like the messing-about-with-lips-and-tongues bit too, but I'm getting to the age when you can't be too choosy.
The enamelling technique used is called plique-a-jour. Rather than laying on top of the metal, it fills little heart-shaped windows. It took me about 3 hours to cut out all the hearts, and another 6 to fill them with the enamel. In all, the piece was fired around 25 times.
A lot of work, but the effect is really pleasing.
The beauty of plique-a-jour is that light shines through the enamel, so it is not usually used for pendants. However, in this case I have put legs on the butterfly to lift the little chap off your chest and help let the light do its work.
As you can see, I have attached a snake chain to the antennae. The piece is around 4cm across, and the chain is 18".