Cloisonne Enameling Sterling Silver Photo Frame with Double Crane Design
This unique sterling silver photo frame is elegantly decorated with a fine design of a pair of cloisonne cranes whose details outlined in silver wires. The cranes representing eternity and nobility expressed through traditional enamelwork technique. You can now accommodate your precious photographs in this one of a kind photo frame.
The embossed pattern on the silver surface, which is created through innumerable hammering by a skilled artisan, adds beautiful panache to this photo frame. This kind of technique is originated from banjja, a craft term indicating a technique of Korean bronzeware making in Chosun Dynasty (1392-1910). Korean bronzeware was made through a hard, time-consuming procedure in which the artisan needs to hammer a lump of heated metal innumerable times to turn it into a pre-conceived form. The works of this type are regarded as the best of all bronzeware.