A style of enameling in which cells, created by adhering flat wires to copper discs, are filled with enamel. The wires leave clean lines on the surface.
klwah son NAY] lit., partitioned off. Enameling technique: designs formed with metal wires or strips mounted on a metal ground plate and filled with opaque enamel
A type of enamel used in jewelry manufacturing. A design is made on metal and small carved out areas called cells or cloisons are filled with enamel and heated in a kiln or oven.