Tradition Cloisonne art handmade Golden Dragon phone case
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Please write to me before buying and tell me your phone model and the pattern you want. Filigree enamel paintings are also called cloisonne paintings. The core process is to use filigree and dot blue. Each piece is carefully crafted. Filament is used to bend the flat wire into various patterns with pointed tweezers. The blue one is the coloring. Use a straw and a small shovel island to fill in the enamel color glaze. Finally, the surface can be covered with epoxy glue. The enamel color glaze is also called cloisonne glaze. The main ingredients are glazed glass and metal oxides. It is a 100-mesh crystal particle pigment sintered at 900 ° C. Not a chemical pigment! So there is a saying that enamel color does not fade for a thousand years. This special texture beauty is unmatched by ordinary oil painting, glass painting, embroidery, and machine inkjet painting.