Cloisonné is a special craftwork which producted in Beijing, as a kind of enamel, the process for making Cloisonné is complicated, beginning with casting the bronze into a expected shape, then using copper wires to affix into a decorative pattern, after that, it should be kilned, then enamelling different colors into hollows, kilnning again, then burnishing and gilding.
Cloisonné products are various, the main products are vases, bracelets, bowls and boxs. Cloisonne is a perfect combination of copper and porcelain, originated in Beijing in the Yuan Dynasty, and reached its artistic peak in the Ming Dynasty. In 1904 a piece of Chinese Cloisonne won the first prize at the Chicago World Fair.
In some Cloisonne factories in Beijing, you can see how workers making these beautiful craftworks, Cloisonné is also an ideal ornament, souvenir or gift.