Definition of cloisonné
: of, relating to, or being a style of enamel decoration in which the enamel is applied and fired in raised cells (as of soldered wires) on a usually metal background — compare champlevé
Origin and Etymology of cloisonné
French, from past participle of cloisonner to partition
First Known Use: 1863
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