Classic glass on metal handmade jewelry, very labor intensive and a little fickle. Cloisonnes (walls) thin strips of metal are placed on a metal surface, covered with powdered glass enamel and fired in a kiln to about 1450 degrees Fahrenheit. Colors are built-up with repeated firings. The process was invented about 1,000 years ago. Only the kilns have really changed. Items that have been delivered, and are no longer available are shown in the 'delivered' category, just for reference.