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The Cloisonné Urns are made in ancient China and are still made to this day the same way they have been made for centuries. The time-honored process originated in Beijing in the 12th century. Tiny copper filigree partitions are created and through a process of soldering and heating put on a metal urn. The enamel glaze is hand painted into each partition and kiln fired, a process repeated several times until the surface is smooth. Each urn is then ground, polished and finally electroplated with a thin coating of gold creating an elegant finish.
The top opening lid, can be sealed with an adhesive.