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    Posted 5 years ago

    tokashikibob
    (11 items)

    Hello,
    I bought this from a antique auction. Cloisonne and porcelain/glass picture. Lights up like stained glass when the sun shines thru. Can anyone read the artist's carthouce? Age, rarity?

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    1. SEAN68 SEAN68, 5 years ago
      I've never seen anything like this before and very colorful and beautiful!!
    2. beadiste, 5 years ago
      This is a type of cloisonne-style painting developed recently in China. There seem to be variations, some using aluminum wires and perhaps epoxy enamels, others using powdered glass cloisonne enamels that must be fused in a kiln. If glass enamels were used, the piece is likely to be quite heavy. Because the colors are part of the glass chemistry, they are brilliant and unfading, and quite appealing.

      I cannot read the signature, but you might try posting it to the Asian Arts forum, as many readers there are willing to generously offer their translation skills.
      http://www.asianart.com/phpforum/index.php
    3. beadiste, 5 years ago
      This link to a Chinese company in Shenzen seems to feature a picture similar to yours.
      http://www.exportersindia.com/shenzhen-lu-jinjiang-jewelry-co-ltd/handmade-cloisonne-filigree-painting-bride-china-930471.htm

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