21 January 2017 (Saturday) – 22 January 2017 (Sunday)
Class A): 21/1, 11:30am – 2:30pm
Class B): 21/1, 3:30pm – 6:30pm
Class C): 22/1, 11:30am – 2:30pm
Class D): 22/1, 3:30pm – 6:30pm
H403, Verandah, Hollywood
+852 2155 4198
The history of Cloisonné enamelling traces back to the Byzantine Age, and is believed to be the very first enamelling technique.This technique can be easily distinguished by the strands of metal inlaid onto the surface.
The compartments outlined using ribbons of metal will then be furnished with powdered enamel, showcasing a multitude of colours.
The workshop will be conducted by Wu Ching-Chih, an award-winning jewellery artist specialising in enamelling. It is our pleasure to have him as the tutor again, he will share with us his experience and the key to mastering this traditional technique.