Cloisonné Enamelware


Cloisonne or 'Cloisonné' are metalwork objects with decoration that is applied by creating separating sections using wire or thin metal. The sections are filled with different coloured enamels to create a visual image or pattern and the whole piece be fired multiple times to realise the colours.

Japanese Cloisonne enamelware is a technique introduced to Japan around the Tokugawa period during the 16th century. Chinese Cloisonne enamelware is a technique that is understood to have been introduced during the 18th century.

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