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An Enamel Cup for the Collection

Still Life with Cloisonne Cup,  Oil on  4"x6"   Linen Panel
Bartlett Still Life,  Oil on  4"x6"   Linen Panel


  1. Love the painting above! Such small wonders! I hope to get the top one, we shall see! xoxo

  2. Caroline Elizabeth, I am so happy this wonderful cloisonne cup is on it's way to me. I can't wait. I wrote a small appreciative post in your honor, come to visit! I admire your artworks.

  3. Victoria,
    It is an absolute honor! Thank you so VERY much. This tiny cup was a great surprise when I found it. There is a small shop in Oklahoma City that sells antiques from all over the world. Being an enamelist at the beginning of my artistic career, I was immediately drawn to it. Many hugs. Carolina

  4. Thank you! I am so grateful for your kindness. -Carolina


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