Atlanta Antique Gallery - Cloisonné

Porcelain and Ceramics - Cloisonné
Cloisonné, an ancient metalworking technique, is a multi-step process used to produce jewelry, vases, and other decorative items. (The resulting objects can also be called cloisonné.) The technique can be used either for enamel, today much the most commonly found, or for gemstone inlays. In either variety a shape making part of the design is surrounded by a thin metal edge, forming a compartment. With enamel liquid enamel is poured to fill the compartment; with gemstones a pre-cut matching piece of inlay is hammered and perhaps glued into it.

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Description: 3 Piece Cloisonne Salt and Pepper Set
Item #: SMM-50957
Condition: Antique
Price: $85.00
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Description: Small Antique Cloisonne Dragon Vase. Brilliantly colored dragon primarily in green, blue, yellow and red. Colors repeated at top and bottom rim in scallops. Good condition; very nice patina. Vase...More Details »
Item #: PBS-51094
Condition: Antique
Price: $125.00
Sale: $110.00
Save: 12%
Save: $15.00
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Description: Black And Bronze Cloisonne Vase
Item #: EGC-48517
Condition: Antique
Price: $130.00
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Description: 5.5" tall.
Item #: RPM-63214
Condition: Antique
Price: $225.00
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Description: Enameled painted.
Item #: RPM-62911
Condition: Antique
Price: $125.00
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Description: Miniature Hand Enameled Cloisonne Vase. Circa 1800's.
Item #: SMM-50954
Condition: Antique
Price: $135.00
Sale: $90.00
Save: 33%
Save: $45.00
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Description: Pair of Blue Floral Cloisonne Jars. Measures 7" (diameter) X 4".
Item #: EGC-50030
Condition: Antique
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Price: $375.00
Sale: $335.00
Save: 11%
Save: $40.00
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