Cloisonné (French: [klwazɔne]) 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.

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a wonderful selection of Hummel figures 1940s - 1970s
a wonderful selection of Hummel figures 1940s - 1970s
Norman Rockwell figures - boy introducing a couple dogs and the other is a boy with a box of puppies and their mom by his side.
Norman Rockwell figures - Jockey getting weighed in - clown drying tears of a young boy (Runaway), and boy and girl (looks like their headed to school)
Norman Rockwell figures - man fishing with young boy and dog / Dad checking out his little one and dog making a snowman
These delightful crystal critters by Swarovski are maybe 2 inches tall and include owl, snail, seal, fox, hedgehog, elephant, penguin, and even a tiny Christmas tree with presents.
exquisitely tiny porcelain flowers by Boehm
Now or Never / Rearranging History
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