Cloisonne Pigment 351 Colors,Diy Craft Kit,Pure Natural Mineral Glaze,Low Temperature Enameling,Each color 50g
Cloisonne Pigment 351 Colors,Diy Craft Kit,Pure Natural Mineral Glaze,Low Temperature Enameling,Each color 50g
Cloisonne Pigment 351 Colors,Diy Craft Kit,Pure Natural Mineral Glaze,Low Temperature Enameling,Each color 50g
Cloisonne Pigment 351 Colors,Diy Craft Kit,Pure Natural Mineral Glaze,Low Temperature Enameling,Each color 50g
Cloisonne Pigment 351 Colors,Diy Craft Kit,Pure Natural Mineral Glaze,Low Temperature Enameling,Each color 50g
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Cloisonne Pigment 351 Colors,Diy Craft Kit,Pure Natural Mineral Glaze,Low Temperature Enameling,Each color 50g
Cloisonne Pigment 351 Colors,Diy Craft Kit,Pure Natural Mineral Glaze,Low Temperature Enameling,Each color 50g
Cloisonne Pigment 351 Colors,Diy Craft Kit,Pure Natural Mineral Glaze,Low Temperature Enameling,Each color 50g
Cloisonne Pigment 351 Colors,Diy Craft Kit,Pure Natural Mineral Glaze,Low Temperature Enameling,Each color 50g
Cloisonne Pigment 351 Colors,Diy Craft Kit,Pure Natural Mineral Glaze,Low Temperature Enameling,Each color 50g
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Cloisonne Pigment 351 Colors,Diy Craft Kit,Pure Natural Mineral Glaze,Low Temperature Enameling,Each color 50g

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You can buy one or a few colors, or you can buy a set, but whether you buy a single color or a set, you can customize the color (just tell me the color you want in the personalization), all color numbers are on a picture on the product page. Cloisonne glaze is a material used to fill cloisonne colors. It is ground from natural ore, and a small amount of gold and silver are added during the grinding process. After a long period of grinding, it will eventually become a powder similar to sand. How to use: 1. Traditional method: Fill the surface of the work with cloisonne glaze (usually a vase, kettle, etc..), and then fire it at a high temperature. 2. New method: fill the surface of the work with cloisonne glaze, fix the sand with laminating glue (you can buy it in our shop), after the sand is fixed, cover the surface with epoxy glue. If you want to know more about making cloisonne artworks, please visit my Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd_T14UHUEfe2-bhTEfIrEw