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Handmade jewelry in China has a long history and rich tradition. China is renowned for its meticulous craftsmanship and intricate jewelry-making techniques.

One of the most famous forms of craftsmanship in China is lacquerware. Lacquer jewelry is made by applying layers of natural lacquer to a wood or metal base, then carving and decorating it with detailed designs. Chinese lacquerware jewelry is valued for its beauty, durability and resistance to wear.

Another popular style of Chinese jewelry is glazed ceramics. These jewelry pieces are made using ancient techniques of making ceramics, such as porcelain, and glazing them to give them vibrant colors and detailed designs. Chinese glazed ceramic jewelry is often decorated with traditional Chinese motifs such as dragons, flowers and landscapes.

She is also famous for her technique of making filigree silver jewelry. This technique involves using thin strips of silver to create delicate, openwork designs. Chinese filigree silver jewelry is prized for its beauty and delicacy, and is often adorned with pearls or precious stones.

In summary, handmade jewelry in China is a reflection of traditional Chinese craftsmanship, with intricate manufacturing techniques and detailed designs. They are valued for their beauty, durability and cultural significance. Whether lacquer, glazed ceramic, jade or filigree silver, they are a testimony to the richly diverse history and culture of this country.

“Mēilli” pearl set

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