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Cloisonne

Cloisonne
Cloisonne is an ancient technique of enameling metal, in which patterns or areas of color are outlined by using a copper or bronze wire that is bent into shapes and attached to the body of the piece. Once they are attached it is then colorfully enameled. Beautifully detailed and delicate, they will make great additions to your designs.

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8mm Green Round Cloisonne Beads
Product ID : 15
There are 2 dozen 8mm pieces on the strand
$3.50
8mm Blue Round Cloisonne Beads
Product ID : 14
There are 2 dozen 8mm pieces on the strand
$3.50
8mm Purple Round Cloisonne Beads
Product ID : 13
There are 2 dozen 8mm pieces on the strand
$3.50
8mm Gold Round Cloisonne Beads
Product ID : 12
There are 2 dozen 8mm pieces on the strand
$3.50
8mm Mustard Round Cloisonne Beads
Product ID : 11
There are 2 dozen 8mm pieces on the strand
$3.50
Diamond Shape Peridot Green Cloisonne
Product ID : 10
There are 1 dozen 10mm pieces on the strand
$3.50
Diamond Shape Purple Cloisonne
Product ID : 9
There are 1 dozen 10mm pieces on the strand
$3.50
Diamond Shape Gold Cloisonne
Product ID : 7
There are 1 dozen 10mm pieces on the strand
$3.50
Diamond Shape Green Cloisonne
Product ID : 6
There are 1 dozen 10mm pieces on the strand
$3.50
Diamond Shape Cobalt Blue Cloisonne
Product ID : 5
There are 1 dozen 10mm pieces on the strand
$3.50
Diamond Shape Turquoise Cloisonne
Product ID : 4
There are 1 dozen 10mm pieces on the strand
$3.50
Diamond Shape Blue Cloisonne
Product ID : 3
There are 1 dozen 10mm pieces on the strand
$3.50
Diamond Shape Red Cloisonne
Product ID : 2
There are 1 dozen 10mm pieces on the strand
$3.50
Diamond Shape Black Cloisonne
Product ID : 1
There are 1 dozen 10mm pieces on the strand
$3.50
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Cloisonne (pronounced cloy-zon-ay, French for ”partition”) is an ancient metalwork technique that makes use of small, metal filaments and colorful glass enamels to create brilliant artwork and beads. The metal wires are bent into shapes to create small cells, of designs, and many coats of finely ground glass enamel are fired into them until one unique piece is created. Cloisonne is most commonly used in jewelry making, though illustrations of the craft can be found in many facets of the art world, including the production of hand-made dishes, vases and abstract pottery.