Cloisonne (fetal copper filigree enamel) is a traditional technique derived from China. It was very popular in Ming Dynasty when Jingtai Emperor was on the throne; the Chinese name has thus been called “jingtailan (Jingtai blue ware)”.
In addition to being a modern glass artisan, Miss Tzi-Wen Xue, the fire-playing girl of Sanxia, also developed an easy teaching method for travelers to use their creativity, design distinctive enamel accessories, and DIY experience the art passed down by our ancestors.
◎ Round enamel accessory, 2H, $600/person. (Group course)
◎ Stylish enamel accessory, 3H, $800/person. (In-depth experience)
◎ The course requires burning with naked fire, so children less than 12 years old must be accompanied by adults.
◎ Reservation and sign up are available for groups consisting of five persons or more. ◎ Reservation: Please fill out the form below or call Activities Department at 02-2671-7090#210