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In my blog, Enamelling Silver: Cloisonné, I discussed the silver enamelling technique know as cloisonné, which involves soldering silver or gold wire to the surface of a silver object to form patterns acting as the skeleton of the design, which is then filled with enamel and fired.

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  • Posted by Robin Newcombe

The process of decorating silver objects with colourful enamels has existed in England since the 12th century. However, the origins of enamelling metalwork items can be traced further back to the early Byzantine Empire mainly being found on religious objects and articles of jewellery.

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  • Posted by Robin Newcombe

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