Cloisonné catkins - Brass, enamel - China - 1970-1979
Finely finished pair of Chinese cloissoné cats in a beautiful colorful floral finish in enamel on brass. Cloisonné is a technique of enamelling, in which crushed wire is attached to a metal surface in certain motifs or figures. This form of art was already practiced in the 5th century BC. and was widely used in Byzantine architecture. Today, China is the most important production country.
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