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(for metals) having areas separated by metal and filled with colored enamel and fired


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Gold, translucent and opaque champleve enamel, diamonds, pearls and an emerald pendant; circumference: 48.
Estimated at $5,000-10,000, the featured lot of the sale was unquestionably a rare and genuine antique French Gilt-Bronze and Champleve Enamel Clock, Circa 1900.
The partnership scooped the prize 12 months ago with Champleve and Gris d'Estruval is yet another early maturing French import.
His close-up third to Pipe's Champleve in the Arkle, when giving the victor 8lb, was one of the eye-catchers.
Champleve, racing in the Challenger du Luc colours of David Johnson, shrugged off a 12lbs penalty to win the novice hurdle.
Terms such as piercing, applique, champleve, bezel, prong, etching, casting, cloisonne and plique-a-jour are familiar to my art classes.
The chasuble is decorated with 167 cabochon gemstones including rubies, sapphires and garnets; and 63 buttons of champleve enamel set into silver gilt disks, each decorated with the Angevin royal arms--golden lilies on a blue field, with a red surround.
This genuine antique French Gilt-Bronze and Champleve Enamel Clock, Circa 1900 is decorated in turquoise champleve enamel which was typical of pieces exported during the late Qing Dynasty.
The Arkle at Cheltenham looks a very good race, as always, but he's in good form and I think the strong pace will suit him," says Meade, who still harbours agonised memories of the 1998 race when Hill Society was beaten a short head by the Martin Pipe-trained Champleve.
1998 Tony McCoy 5 Champleve, Unsinkable Boxer, Edredon Bleu, Cyfor Malta, Blowing Wind.
A wide range of enameling techniques are described: basse taille (low cut); camaieu (a technique that uses a buildup of white enamel to create highlights and light areas); champleve (raise field or raised plain) cloisonne (metal wires forming a design inlaid into "cloisons") ginbari foil; impasto; limoges; and others.
His Cheltenham supporters were put through the mill when he appeared to have caught Champleve in the Arkle Trophy, but the camera showed he had failed by a short head.
Edelweis du Moulin ran a cracker when fourth in the Arkle Chase at Cheltenham behind Champleve.
1998 - Champleve (Arkle), Edredon Bleu (Grand Annual), Unsinkable Boxer (Pertemps), Blowing Wind (County), Cyfor Malta (Cathcart)