No wonder enamelling stays popular for centuries - the art of melting glass onto metal creates colourful and imaginative designs that hold their lustre 100 years later. Almost any metal object is fair game, and the projects featured here include spoons, plates, vases, beads, jewel boxes, goblets, ceramic panels, rings, and doorknobs. The various firing methods are easily mastered-from traditional techniques, such as Cloisonne, Champleve, and Plique-a-jour, to more experimental styles, such as Raku-fired and Ginbari Foil Embossing. Photos of completed projects accompany close-ups of each step of applying and working the enamel.Biografía del autor:
Karen L. Cohen is a designer specializing in one-of-a-kind cloisonne on fine metal (gold and silver) jewellery, boxes, wall pieces and sculpture. She is a member of The Enamelist Society and lives in Pennsylvania. Introduces enamelling basics, tips and tricks
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Descripción Sterling/Chapelle, 2002. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110806978694