First designed by Schlumberger for Tiffany & Co. in 1962, the translucent enamel versions are a result of the paillonné technique of applying enamel, which involves placing a thin layer of metal, usually silver or gold, known as a paillon, beneath the enamel. The metal then shimmers through the translucent enamel, creating the bold colors that Schlumberger is known for. Fanciful and readily identifiable, these bracelets are strong enough to be worn alone, but the designs are truly brought to life when the collector creates a ‘stack’ that is all her own.
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