google analytics has been disabled for!
Page 1

Enameling Process (Intermediate)
Enameling is glass fused to metal at high heat. Vitreous enamels are finely ground glass, like fine sand (or even more finely pulverized and mixed with an oil or adhesive). They may be opaque or transparent; their colors come from the use of various oxides. Enamels are similar to ceramic glazes, except that, whereas glazes are in a raw state when applied to ceramics and go through chemical changes in the firing process that smelt them into glass, enamels have already been smelted. The firing...

Learn About Glass Enameling (Beginner)
Enameling:  Informational: 
Learn About Glass Enameling It could have been so simple...but it wasn't! Until recent times (about 1800), permanent enamels had to be fired on glass vessels by an amazingly laborious process, shown here. Today, the process really is as easy as it looks. ...

Enamels and How to Use Them (Intermediate)
Tutorial:  Glass Beads:  Enameling: 
Enamels, which are very fine colored glass dust, are fun things to add to your glass palette. Enamels come in many colors and will extend the regular palette of glass rods and help you produce other colors not available. There is even a different COE of Enamels available so it is compatible with different types of glass. At this moment only one company (Thompson Enamels) produces Glass Enamels. Before you use Enamels it is a MUST to understand how to use them correctly. In this article I wil...

The Vitreous Enameling Process by Fiona Rae (Intermediate)
A short video made by Fiona Rae in the studio to show the vitreous enameling process from start to finish. Thanks to cameraman Frank Battersby and editor Alan Levy. ...

Page 1
 Glass Slumping   Glass Cutting   Glass Painting   Pate de Verre   Mold Making   Glass Frit   Glass Blowing   Glass Casting   Pearlescent Lusters   Tutorial   Glass Fusing   Glass Tacking   Glass Decals   Dichroic Glass   Pot Melt   Glass Mold Making   Glass Pattern Bar   Kiln Formed Glass   Hot Glass Combing   Cold Glass Combing   Glass Colour Bar   Drop Rings   Kiln Casting   Float Glass   Glass Jewellery   Kilncarving   Kiln Carving   Glass Beads   Lost Wax Casting   Enameling   Sand Casting   Iridized Glass   Flame Work   Wire Melt   Glass Sculpture   Murrine   Core Forming   Glass Annealing   Pressed Glass   Cold Working Glass   Cameo Glass   Glass Thread   Informational   Recycled Glass   Paperweight   Sand Blasting   Cane Pulling 
Show Cart