Enamel - Cloisonné

Cloisonné enamel refers to a technique whereby thin wires are applied to a surface, forming different sections into which enamel is applied.

Cloisonné enamel is particularly prevalent on delicate decorative items of Russian origin, many of which are crafted by, or in the style of, the famous Russian jeweller, Karl Fabergé. Similarly, antique Japanese and Chinese vases often exhibit delicate cloisonné enamel work, which beautifully demonstrates the highly skilled work of the craftsmen responsible.

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  1. Floral 41
  2. Chinese Interest 35
  3. Russian Interest 17
  4. Islamic 15
  5. Birds / Ornithology 11
  6. Japanese Interest 9
  7. Chinoiserie 6
  8. Meiji 6
  9. Neoclassical 4
  10. Japonisme 3
  11. Figurative Art 2
  12. Belle Époque 2
  13. Classical 2
  14. Animal / Animalier 2
  15. Equestrian / Horses 1
  16. Arts & Crafts 1
  17. Empire 1
  18. Biblical 1
  19. Landscape 1
  20. Louis XV 1
  21. Louis XVI 1
  22. Mythological 1
  23. Christian 1
  24. Orientalist 1
  25. Persian interest 1
  26. Religious 1
Material
  1. Enamel - Cloisonné 74
  2. Ormolu (Gilt Bronze) 34
  3. Enamel 16
  4. Bronze 15
  5. Silver 13
  6. Wood 6
  7. Silver-gilt 6
  8. Gilt 3
  9. Onyx 2
  10. Glass 2
  11. Hardwood 2
  12. Semi-precious stones 2
  13. Metal 2
  14. Ray skin 1
  15. Pearl 1
  16. Amethyst 1
  17. Nephrite 1
  18. Mirror 1
  19. Lapis Lazuli 1
  20. Lacquer 1
  21. Goldstone 1
  22. Enamel - Champlevé 1
  23. Marble 1
Colour
  1. Multi-coloured 64
  2. Gold 45
  3. Blue 22
  4. Turquoise 20
  5. Green 10
  6. Red 9
  7. Silver 7
  8. White 7
  9. Brown 6
  10. Pink 6
  11. Yellow 4
  12. Black 2
  13. Cream 1
  14. Purple 1
Country Of Origin
  1. Chinese 32
  2. French 19
  3. Russian 18
  4. Japanese 8
  5. Asian 5
  6. Italian 1
Period
  1. Early 20th Century 29
  2. Late 19th Century 21
  3. 20th Century 13
  4. 19th Century 10
  5. 18th Century and Earlier 1
Artist / Maker
  1. Barbedienne, Ferdinand (French, 1810-1892) 2
  2. Semenova, Maria (Russian, fl. c. 1900) 2
  3. 20th Artel (Russian, 1908-1917) 1
  4. 6th Artel (Russian, 1908-1917) 1
  5. Fabergé (Russian, founded 1842) 1
  6. Janetti Father & Sons (Italian, fl. late 19th and early 20th Centuries) 1
  7. Japy Freres (French, founded 1806) 1
  8. Ovchinnikov, Pavel (Russian, 1830-1888) 1
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