First introduced in 1962, Jean Schlumberger’s colorful vitreous enamel masterpieces are among the most iconic jewelry designs of all time. The 19th-century enamel art form is a complex, labor-intensive process of meticulously layering and firing enamel multiple times. For his signature paillonné pieces, enamel is repeatedly layered with alternating sheets of precious gold foil, creating rich hues with extraordinary depth and a shimmering luminosity. Few craftspeople in the world have the artistry and skill to execute these time-honored techniques. A piece of design history, Schlumberger’s magnificent enamel bracelets are beautifully accented with gold and gemstones.
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