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GUILLOCH́E ENAMELLING A Dying Art

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The French term guilloche refers to an ornamental technique for engraving metal with repetitive linear patterns. Towards the end of the 18th century, artisans discovered that if translucent enamel was applied over a guilloche surface, light reflected through the enamel and played on the engraved surface. The French term guilloche refers to an ornamental technique for engraving metal with repetitive linear patterns. Towards the end of the 18th century, artisans discovered that if translucent enamel was applied over a guilloche surface, light reflected through the enamel and played on the engraved surface.

The French term guilloche refers to an ornamental technique for engraving metal with repetitive linear patterns. Towards the end of the 18th century, artisans discovered that if translucent enamel was applied over a guilloche surface, light reflected through the enamel and played on the engraved surface. The French term guilloche refers to an ornamental technique for engraving metal with repetitive linear patterns. Towards the end of the 18th century, artisans discovered that if translucent enamel was applied over a guilloche surface, light reflected through the enamel and played on the engraved surface.

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The French term guilloche refers to an ornamental technique for engraving metal with repetitive linear patterns. Towards the end of the 18th century, artisans discovered that if translucent enamel was applied over a guilloche surface, light reflected through the enamel and played on the engraved surface. The French term guilloche refers to an ornamental technique for engraving metal with repetitive linear patterns. Towards the end of the 18th century, artisans discovered that if translucent enamel was applied over a guilloche surface, light reflected through the enamel and played on the engraved surface.

The French term guilloche refers to an ornamental technique for engraving metal with repetitive linear patterns. Towards the end of the 18th century, artisans discovered that if translucent enamel was applied over a guilloche surface, light reflected through the enamel and played on the engraved surface. The French term guilloche refers to an ornamental technique for engraving metal with repetitive linear patterns. Towards the end of the 18th century, artisans discovered that if translucent enamel was applied over a guilloche surface, light reflected through the enamel and played on the engraved surface.

The French term guilloche refers to an ornamental technique for engraving metal with repetitive linear patterns. Towards the end of the 18th century, artisans discovered that if translucent enamel was applied over a guilloche surface, light reflected through the enamel and played on the engraved surface. The French term guilloche refers to an ornamental technique for engraving metal with repetitive linear patterns. Towards the end of the 18th century, artisans discovered that if translucent enamel was applied over a guilloche surface, light reflected through the enamel and played on the engraved surface.

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