Table emaille #1 is part of the Fireworks series for which Muller Van Severen use the traditinal technique of enamel in a contemporary way. The series started with several sculptural room dividers first shown at gallery Massimo De Carlo in 2017. Later adjoined by four tables and showed at Valerie Traan in Antwerp in 2018. During the process of enamelling, colored powder glass is burned onto steel at 800 degrees Celsius resulting in a beautiful, deep layer of color. Because of the highly refined finishing, Muller Van Severen applies the technique on tables as well. The surfaces show a deep and rich color and are resistant to scratching. Notice the different positioning of the legs of the tables. While the legs of table emaille #1 and table emaille #4 are welded onto the frame, the legs of #2 and #3 are put behind the frame. By combining enamel with brass, the tables obtain a certain chiqueness, without being showy or kitsch. It is all handwork done in Belgium.