With forthright volumes and voluptuous forms, each one of the pieces speaks to one of the five senses: touch, taste, sight, smell and hearing. The woman in Touch warmly embraces herself; Taste depicts this particular sense by emphasizing the red apple against the woman's skin. In Sight, we see a woman engrossed in reading. Smell uses a flower as a pretext to convey that sense. Last, Hearing is symbolized by the flute the young woman is playing.
The light coloring and matte finish of the women's skin contrasts with the deep and bright blue of the enamels on the rocks. The range of blue, stands out against the colors used to decorate the elements representing the sense depicted in each piece.