Enameling is an ancient technique. It dates back to Mycenaean (11th Century B.C.) times. Enamel is a vitreous (glassy) glaze fused onto a metal surface. The general term “enamels” is used to describe metals decorated in this way. The metals most commonly used are gold, silver, brass and copper. There are four principle methods of enameling:
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