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2 Royal Blue & Imperial Yellow Dragon Cloisonne Beads

 
2 Royal Blue & Imperial Yellow Dragon Cloisonne BeadsQuantity in Basket:none
Code: ga5129
Price:£1.60

Shipping Weight: 14.00 Grammes
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Price is per two of these beautiful beads - large 22mm with largeish 2mm hole. Yellow Chinese dragon over the bead - dragon's bring luck & good feng shui. Both the dragon and yellow represent the Emperor in Imperial China!

Decorative enamelwork in which metal filaments are fused to the surface of an object to outline a design that is filled in with enamel paste.

Cloisonné is decorative enamelwork in which metal filaments are fused to the surface outlining a design filled in with enamel paste. Cloisonné enamelware dates back over 500 years in China. Being especially popular during part of the Ming Dynasty (mid 15th-centure). Owing to its brilliant colors and designs, cloisonné has been highly appraised around the world. Hand crafted by an elaborate and complicated process of hammering, soldering, enamel-filling, enamel firing, polishing and gilding. Cloisonné beads are no different in this process, and their energies are similar to those of flaked stone.

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