Jewels listed here recall the atmosphere and the world of motifs of the Middle Ages.
These jewels made to be worn today, are designed with medieval techniques such as cloisonné enameling and metal embossing.
Cloisonné enameling: is an Ancient Hungarian technique dating back to the times before the Settlement of the Magyars in Hungary, a special fusion of glass and metal.
Some items reflect the characteristic Hungarian folk art ornaments. (the miraculous deer medal)
Many jewels feature the beautifully carved traditional swirling flower and other floral designs of the székely wood gate.
Some enamel’s filigree decoration resembles the filigree ornamentation of Holy Crown of Hungary.
The jewelry is made of copper ornated with cloisonné enamel.
Cloisonné enameling is a technique dating back to Medieval Times.
First the hand-curved cells are melted into the base layer, then the enamel crystals are filled in it, than placed in a kiln to be fired at 950 degrees Celsius.
The melted crystals sink to the bottom of the cells, so filling up is needed again than firing.
The last step of this process is the polishing so that the enamel and cells are laid in even layer.
This technology is time-consuming and requires patience, precision and meticulous care, however it is one of the most beautiful techniques resulting in fine enamel jewelry of striking beauty.
The bezels of the jewels are made from copper lamella and wires by soldering, brazing and sawing.
There might be slight color variations when reordering!