Chinese Cloisonné Museum Opens for Visitors
China.org.cn, February 21, 2013
The Chinese Cloisonné Museum, situated in Beijing Enamel Factory, has been providing to the public a free tour of its production facility since February 9, 2013. Visitors can observe closely the production techniques of tradition Chinese enamel.
(Visitors watch enamel factory workers making cloisonné pieces. )
Founded in 1956, the Beijing Enamel Factory is the biggest and most professional factory to make cloisonné ware in China. It is also the first state-level intangible cultural heritage protection site.
Opened in June 2012, the Chinese Cloisonné Museum has exhibited 120 valuable products since the factory was opened. The museum is open year round free of charge.
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