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Synonyms for enamel

hard white substance covering the crown of a tooth

a colored glassy compound (opaque or partially opaque) that is fused to the surface of metal or glass or pottery for decoration or protection

a paint that dries to a hard glossy finish

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any smooth glossy coating that resembles ceramic glaze

coat, inlay, or surface with enamel

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In this method, ne silver wires are soldered onto the body of the vessel to form cells which are then ooded with coloured enamels.
The Seven Treasures: Japanese Enamels from the V&A showcases beautiful cloisonne enamels from the 16th Century though to the 20th Century.
Enamels are traditionally used on metallic surfaces to improve their chemical durability [Jones and Berard, 1985].
The metalwork forms an intricate frame or skeleton onto which the enamels are applied, but as there is no backing material the enamels have to fuse with the metal to create the finished surface.
Enamels of the World 1700-2000 offers an insight into the richness and diversity of the art of enamels during the past three centuries, ranging from the imposing work of Qing dynasty China and Meiji Japan, to the magnificent creations of Romanov Russia and the royal courts of Europe and the East.
The same is true of enamelling, and the place which became synonymous with enamels, Bilston.
The range of Rastsvet colored universal enamels is the widest in Empils' offerings.
Excluding the items supplied by the Czech Frolich Manufacturer, whose frits started to be imported by Lenci in the second half of the 1930s, after Elena Konig Scavini (7) personally supervised nearly 210 trials, most of the enamels came from English producers in Staffordshire, a district that had been developing under the Wedgwood aegis, namely Blythe Colours Works from Creswell, Stoke on Trent, C.
Her Bachrach Art Enamels have been exhibited in museums and galleries across the United States.
From descriptions of techniques involved in the enameling process to the symbolism of such pieces during the 19th century, evolving differences between styles, and collectible enamels from the past, chapters pack in over four hundred color photos with descriptions and values.
Enamels are applied to copper tubing using a simple propane torch.
However, Limoges painted enamels were in great demand with wealthy collectors at this period and in recent years research has produced increasing evidence of nineteenth century faking of renaissance-style enamels.
To honor and recognize the struggle of women with breast cancer, Halcyon Days Enamels, the leading producer of handcrafted English enameled boxes, has issued a special design, The Summer Tanager.
Make sure you work in a welentilated room when priming and painting, because the enamels have a strong smell which lasts for several hours.
SII will, however, retain the wire enamels business in Germany with a sales volume of approximately US-$ 1.