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Here are some vintage, one of a kind pieces of art.

These cufflinks have been enameled cloisonne style,

with an inlayed horse design and beautiful colors.

They are marked s in a pentagon, are made out of silver and can be worn unisex.

They measure 1.25"x 1", and have a nice weight to them...high quality work!!!


French for “cloison” or “cell.” A technique in which metal wires are bent to form a design;

enamel is then inlaid into the resulting “cloisons.” Although this can be done in copper,

contemporary cloisonné is most frequently done in silver or gold. The Byzantine Empire,

6th century AD, was the setting for gold cloisonne pieces of a religious nature. In the

same time frame, the Japanese were producing scenes of nature. In China, cloisonné has

been used since the 13th century AD.

Vintage Cloisonne Enamel Cufflinks