The Crucifixion with Symbols of the Evangelists. Champlevé and cloisonné enamel on gilded copper. French ca. 1100. Metropolitan Museum of Art 17.190.426–.429. "The monkgoldsmiths have here superimposed copper plaques, the lower one set with cloisons (wires) that define features and drapery, and the upper one cut to define the silhouettes of the figures and the cross."