Cloisonné is an ancient technique for decorating metalwork objects. Though the Chinese Cloisonné has a special enameling technique, and one of the most famous crafts of China. Cloisonné pieces were important accessories of the royal family and often this delicate technique was used to decorate jewelry, clothing, vases, but also the handles of weapons and religious artifacts. To make Cloisonné, surfaces of enamel-glaze are framed with fine metal thread, resulting in detailed, multifaceted pieces. In this work, the original Cloisonné is made of fine gold.