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White Floral Design Cloisonné Bracelet
White Floral Design Cloisonné Bracelet
White Floral Design Cloisonné Bracelet
White Floral Design Cloisonné Bracelet
White Floral Design Cloisonné Bracelet
White Floral Design Cloisonné Bracelet
White Floral Design Cloisonné Bracelet

White Floral Design Cloisonné Bracelet

Regular price $65.00 $45.00 Sale

White Floral Design Cloisonné Bracelet gorgeous white cloisonné enamel bracelet made with brass, brass wires and enamel through the cloisonné technique to form decorative patterns throughout the plate. The bracelet features flower blossoms with blue, pink and purple petals and green leaves, butterfly accent and a cloud pattern background.

This would be an excellent addition to any jewelry collection or a thoughtful gift. We love it paired with classic and trendy bracelets for a unique modern stack! Very good antique condition, no visible imperfections, wear appropriate for age and use.

Comes in blue velvet bag, ready for gifting

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DIMENSIONS: 3” D x .5” W, just over 2.5" opening

CIRCA: early 20th Century, est. 1910

FACTS & HISTORY:  Cloisonné is an ancient technique for decorating metalwork objects with colored material held in place or separated by metal strips or wire, normally of gold. In recent centuries, vitreous enamel has been used, but inlays of cut gemstones, glass and other materials were also used during older periods; indeed cloisonné enamel very probably began as an easier imitation of cloisonné work using gems. The resulting objects can also be called cloisonné. The decoration is formed by first adding compartments (cloisons in French) to the metal object by soldering or affixing silver or gold as wires or thin strips placed on their edges. These remain visible in the finished piece, separating the different compartments of the enamel or inlays, which are often of several colors. Cloisonné enamel objects are worked on with enamel powder made into a paste, which then needs to be fired in a kiln. If gemstones or colored glass are used, the pieces need to be cut or ground into the shape of each cloison.