from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun Decorative work done in enamel.
- noun Enamelware.
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- noun Objects
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This inspiration is illustrated in such examples as the floral enamelwork of Moghul India seen in the Jammu collection of rings, which finds echoes of Kasmiri flower meadows, and Nadu, a 22 carat gold necklace, whose construction technique is based on that of ancient goldsmiths in Tamil Nadu.
His use of coloured gemstones, precious metals and enamelwork as ‘oils’ can be seen in the multicoloured tourmaline crystals that contrast with a pink padparadscha sapphire used in the cruciform Prospera pendants.
My lower arm, quite hairless, was decorated with a dramatic pattern of ridges that sported faintly drawn golden patterns, almost like delicate enamelwork.
The Western appetite for this Chinese enamelwork continues.
Crafted in 18kt gold and accentuated by enamelwork, the brand offers nine exciting collections: Bubbles evokes childhood memories of soap bubbles, Cindrella is a firmament of coloured stars inspired by Cinderella at the Court Ball, Sparkling carry delicate motifs accentuated by amethyst stones while Honey is a play on warm, earth tones in enamel and stones.
The elegance of white gold is combined with white enamelwork creating a charming accent while the appealing duo of yellow gold and back enamel add drama to an eye-catching piece.
At an exclusive gathering held at Damas Les Exclusives Boutique - Dubai Festival Centre, models paraded with the latest Magerit jewels - exquisitely crafted pendants, rings, earrings, bracelets and cufflinks crafted in 18k gold of different hues, accentuated by sparkling diamonds, precious stones and handcrafted enamelwork.