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Blue Butterfly of Forbidden City - Burning Blue/Cloisonne Silver Earrings

Blue Butterfly of Forbidden City - Burning Blue/Cloisonne Silver Earrings Item NO.: 1131181

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Product Name Blue Butterfly of Forbidden City - Burning Blue/Cloisonne Silver Earrings
Item NO. 1131181
Traditional Technique(s) Beijing Enamel/Silver Enamel
Body Material 925 Silver With Gold Painting
Gem(s) Type Jade
Occasions for Wear Daily, Evening, Event, Gift
Technique Origin Beijing
Backing Push Backing
Weight 0.0061 kg = 0.0134 lb = 0.2152 oz
Category Shop > Earrings > Enamel/Cloisonné Earrings
Tag Animal Theme Jewelry
Brand Light Stone
Creation Time 2019-02-01

Online Jewelry-   Burning Blue Chinese Cloisonné Silver Jewelry | LIGHT STONEOnline Earrings - Butterfly of Forbidden City - Chinese Cloisonne Silver Earrings| LIGHT STONE Cloisonné - Silver Enameling 烧蓝

BURNING BLUE of Beijing

Silver enameling (烧蓝)is a traditional Chinese enameling technique of Beijing region. This technique is categorized into the Chinese Cloisonne (景泰蓝 Jintai Blue)which was developed based on enameling skills introduced from middle Asian in Ming Dynasty. Silver enameling was first applied in the Qing Dynasty(1636-1912) to imitate the color of kingfisher feathers, which were widely in luxury jewelry because of its amazing blue color. The Kingfisher Craft (点翠) technique was too brutal and was replaced by silver enameling in the end. The base of Silver Enameling is silver as it showed in its name which makes it different from normal Cloisonne technique which uses cooper as base in most cases.

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