Handmade jewelry

of fired hot enamel

Cloisonné is an ancient technique for decorating metalwork objects, in recent centuries using vitreous enamel.
Enameling is a process of melting special glass onto metal.


The human's eyes are able to distinguish ten million colors. In the manufacture of jewelry, we use more than 700 shades of hot enamel from the UK, France, Austria and Russia. Enamel - this is the noble and very colorful jewelry material, which delivers a real pleasure to your eyes.

What  materials are used?


Hot enamel can be applied  only onto  copper, silver and gold. For our jewelry we choose sterling silver 925, because  its white color is ideal to  create amazing and  clear shades of enamel.

Cloisonne enamel.
What is it?

Manual, under the microscope, enamel is placed between the finest silver wire ribbons. Finest silver ribbon separates areas of enamel. Due to this, it is possible to create almost any drawing, and the enamel is protected from damage.
Next, enamel layers are fired in a kiln, and then this process is repeated until the desired colors are achieved.