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Channel Island rugby rivals Jersey and Guernsey have confirmed the 2017 date for the annual battle for one of the game's oldest trophies, the Siam Cup - sponsored by Ipes.
Though basic in theory, this technique can produce some truly spectacular results. Lord Rama, (Prince/ Lord) – revered Hindu God who is central to the Ramayana epic; depicted with a bow and arrow. Were possibly warriors who were magically turned into angels (Ramayana). It forms part of the national symbol of Thailand and is an emblem of the King of Thailand. Even the most common types that depict Mekkala show her in an almost infinite variety of settings and surrounding filigree metal work.
To make niello jewellery, a highly trained artisan carves out the metal so the it has a raised border and raised character, picture or pattern.
The hollow area (ie the bit they have just carved out) is then filled with the niello compound, and baked in an oven until hard and set. Using a sword in both hands is a method commonly used some Thai martial arts and in many traditional dances. One of the wonderful things about Siam Silver is the sheer variety of jewellery.
The above photo shows a typical “Mekkalah, Goddess of Lightening” Siam Silver vintage niello brooch.
Jewellery is usually stamped ‘Most Siam jewellery you find is made from some grade of silver (often 925 sterling), with black ‘enamel ‘ style detail.
The 2016 Siam Cup, played under the same residency requirement, was one of the most evenly-contested for many seasons.
Hosts Guernsey were leading the match going into the final 10 minutes, but 15 late points for the Reds secured a 19-33 win.
The black and silver jewellery is called Siam Silver nielloware, after the black enamel style technique called niello used in its creation.
Occasionally you may see fabulous coloured Siam Silver, with green, blue, red and white enameling instead of black niellowork.
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Niello is more like an amalgam/ metal alloy than a true enamel, usually being a mixture of silver, copper, lead and sulfur.