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Noun: cloisonné  ,kl(w)aa-zu'ney [N. Amer], klwaa'zó,ney [Brit]
  1. Enamelware in which coloured areas are separated by thin metal strips
Adjective: cloisonné  ,kl(w)aa-zu'ney [N. Amer], klwaa'zó,ney [Brit]
  1. (for metals) having areas separated by metal and filled with coloured enamel and fired
    "She is selling an interesting cloisonné lamp that rests on a wooden base";
    - champlevé

See also: adorned, decorated

Type of: enamelware