One of the oldest pieces of enamel discovered, was found in 1952 in Cyprus at Kouklia. These copper rings were decorated with cloisonné enamel, a technique that dates back to the 14th century BC. It is believed that these rings were made by exiled Mycenaean craftsmen who had mastered this technique. Over the centuries, this technique has spread around the world, including the Pala D'oro collection of Dimitrios Exclusive, which features an ornate cross with the image of the crucified Christ and touches of enamel.
- Model: C10
- Weight: 8.00g
- Dimensions: 0.00cm x 2.10cm x 0.00cm