Houten, The Netherlands.
Apart from her divine culinary, Mana Ottmer is also known for jewellery designing. She uses the ancient technique of Cloisonné Enamel.
“The cloisonné technique was already applied in the 5th century BC. It is a form of enamelling with a crushed wire in certain motifs or figures on a metal surface. The gaps are covered with emaille-powder in different colors. The crushed wire prevents the colours to blend during the heating of the enamel, so each color is locked in its own cell.”
In my point of view, this is a technique of decoration which involves a piece of jewellery with a glossy coloured type of fondant.
Mana’s designs are graceful and it stands Renaissance and Byzantine style.
Check out Mana’s jewellery website