Grains of Glass

An open studio for enamel artists worldwide

Grains of Glass Open Studio brings together Enamel Artists worldwide of every level to share their art and knowledge all under one roof.


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Latest Activity

Kathy Johnson replied to lindsey owen's discussion On the subject of packing enameled jewelry and traveling to shows, sales
"I have one of those hanging jewelry organizers with the zipper sections all the way across (usually with 3 segments in each row).  Mine has plastic outer with fabric back, and is 2 sided, so it holds a lot... Then I'm able to roll it up…"
6 hours ago
Gabor Forgo left a comment for Sue Chalk
"Hi Sue, I am sometimes using "Fondant Finition No.619" from Soyer as a finishing layer. It is classified as soft, it does need to be fired only  for a short time.The layer is rather thin. I don't notice any loss of sharpness…"
Trish White commented on Trish White's group ASK THE EXPERTS
"Sue Chalk has sent you a message on Grains of GlassSubject: Finishing flux layer------------Hi, I'm fairly new to enamel painting and I'm still experimenting. I sometimes use a finishing layer of clear flux over my painted animal…"
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INDIA - Metal Enameling workshop with Vivek Das- Aug. 30, 2014

Workshop with Vivek Das at Space 118 - Contact:Mesha BhansaliPrograms Manager+91 9819050329Space118118, Wadi Bunder Road,Next to Wallace Flour Mill or Fazlani School,Mazagaon, Mumbai-400010,IndiaE: space118studios@gmail.comT: +91 22 6522 2235, 23710236W: www.space118.comF: …See More
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Gabor Forgo commented on Gabor Forgo's photo

Trip to Italy -2

"Thank you Chris... I show this as an example for multicolor- multistep sgraffito . The colors are my favorites. Regards Gabor"
John Herkelman joined Trish White's group

Liquid Enamel - Chapter #7

Enamel when ground can be suspended in water or in oil. In a aqueous solution, with special additives, it is supplied commercially as LIQUID ENAMEL. (sometimes called Slush or Crackle.) Liquid enamel is applied to metal either by spraying, pouring, dipping or painting.See More
Kim Won Sook commented on Kim Won Sook's photo

brooch(fiery mind)

"Cecilie! Thank you~"
Kim Won Sook commented on Hans Meevis's photo
Sue Chalk commented on Sue Chalk's photo


"Thanks for your comment. I'm hoping do a human next! Sue X"
Sue Chalk commented on Sue Chalk's photo


"Hi Chris, Thanks a lot for the comment. I am using over glaze enamels which I mix with a variety of oils. I lost track how many times I fired him so I must make proper notes! I'm experimenting with different colours and oils at the moment. Best…"
chris hierholzer commented on Sue Chalk's photo


"Sue...These are beautifull! Are you using pure pigments? Best, Chris"
chris hierholzer commented on Gabor Forgo's photo

Trip to Italy -2

"Gabor...This is rich in texture, color, and shapes! Best, Chris"
Galina Ramensky-Manoiloff is now a member of Grains of Glass
Trish White commented on Gabor Forgo's photo

Trip to Italy -2

"Lovely piece! do you ever sleep Gabor??"
Trish White commented on Doris Schmidt's photo

Peacock Rings

"these are fabulous brilliant colors!!"


We can now translate your questions in:


FRENCH: si vous ne parlez pas anglais vous pouvez poser votre question sur l'émaillage en français dans la boite de discussion ci-dessous. Un membre    la traduira en anglais pour les autres membres,  les réponses vous seront aussi traduites

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Die Frage  wird von ein Forummitglied  ins Englische übersetzt . Die Antworten werden für Sie auch ins Deutsche übersetzt werden


On the subject of packing enameled jewelry and traveling to shows, sales 4 Replies

I have been using small plastic jewelry baggies to put each enameled piece in for travel.This entails hours of set up time when you sell lots of earrings and small pins, etc.I am brainstorming and sketching to build a system of pockets with felt…Continue

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Started by lindsey owen. Last reply by Kathy Johnson 6 hours ago.

Enamelists of Berlin Germany 2 Replies

I'm on my way to Berlina nd would love to meet up! ANyone around  in August 2014?   I will be back again and again...See you soon!Continue

Started by june jasen. Last reply by june jasen Aug 11.

Bright reds, transparent and opaque 6 Replies

Hello, I am seeking a bright red that does not darken.  Any product, transparent and/or opaque.  I have used Thompson's Orient and Woodrow Red but would like brighter reds.  I understand that red can be a difficult color.Thank you,Mary RoseContinue

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Enamelling On Stainless Steel 2 Replies

Dear all, could anyone kindly advise me if it is possible to enamel on high grade stainless steel (316L)? From what I understand it may be possible with high expansion enamels, but I do not who produces these or where to source them? Does anyone…Continue

Started by Vincent. Last reply by Judith Junger Aug 9.


I am a professional enameller in London and commissioned a large size Kiln from Northern Kilns to be made and installed for me a few years ago. Sadly I have to give this up now for personal reasons.It is therefore now for sale.It is…Continue

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Started by Barry Lawrence Sack Aug 5.

TRISH'S CALL OUT for those visiting other countries.

Trish, Your recent call out to artists in Germany is a great idea. The next time I travel, I will let you know so you can send a call out for me. On the other hand, I would love to have a visit from anyone visiting from elsewhere. Regards, Jude LobeContinue

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Started by Jude Lobe Aug 4.

Enamel kiln damage 13 Replies

Hello everyone, I have recently acquired un Uhlig U24 muffle kiln which I am very happy about. However, it has some enamel damage on the bottom of the ceramic enclosure where the previous owner has been a little careless. The damaged area…Continue

Started by Vincent. Last reply by Francoise Zainal Jul 29.

diluting binder 16 Replies

Hello everyone,   I am teaching myself torch fired enameling, and have run into a problem with applying some gold leaf (leaf versus foil). I can't seem to get the leaf to let go of the paper which it came on using binder diluted with water.Is there…Continue

Started by Alicia Dolan. Last reply by Alicia Dolan Jul 18.

A problem with enamel borders. 19 Replies

Hi everybody, my name is Fernando and I live in Spain. I came to enamel from the etching and the sculpture world. I'm just starting, my first attempts were with torch firing and now I have a kiln. I have done some test with little pieces to see my…Continue

Started by Fernando Ramos. Last reply by Cathy Hazel Jul 6.

Creative use of Millefiori

Trish asked me to write a tutorial on how to use Millefiori creatively. You can…Continue

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"Art is not what you see but what you make others see" Edgar Degas


These featured selections of Enamel Art are from our Members.


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ON THE TRIVET.... insights and information


The Science of measuring time and the art of Making timepieces!

Gabor Forgo

Changing the Face of Time


Ever since craftsmen have created clocks, enamel has been used as a decorative art form. Between the 17th and 20th century, both enameling and engraving were techniques employed by artists.  The brilliance of colors, hardness of the surface, and the variety of patterns were highly appreciated by the discerning buyer.  

Over several hundred years, many beautiful pieces have been collected and exhibited in public and private collections in Switzerland ( Musée international d’horlogerie, La Chaux-de-Fonds, Musée Vacheron Constantin, Genéve, Patek Philippe Museum, Genéve,Collection Ulysse Nardin, Le Locle, etc.)


Clocks are magical devices with precise small parts of different shapes and functions. Separately they are not significant, but together they are an orchestra of sound and movement and a whole lot of art and craft.


My approach to enameling clocks is a special one. They should be attractive as well as functional.  As a lifelong enameller, I  have never ceased to be fascinated by the intensity and brilliance of colors; the choice of techniques; and the fun of shaping metal into any form I choose.  I began with an  idea of making a desk top clock with the dimensions of 10x10x25cm. After drawing the design on paper, I realized I was facing a few obstacles.  The first, being the limited space inside my kiln. The second was my lack of advanced metal-smith experience and jeweler techniques. I considered constructing several small parts combined into a larger body. This construction could consist of metal only ( copper or silver  to be enameled ) or metal together combined with wood.

               Wood housing before enamel side plates are mounted

                     Construction with wooden ground plate

The third obstacle was how to hold all the parts together. Soldering was not an option due to the size of the kiln, but the use of screws, nails, rivets and chemical bonding (glue) seemed the right choice.  I made a wooden ground plate and support for the clock face so that I could fasten the enamel parts. Next, I constructed a complete wooden housing for the clock with appropriate opening for adjustment.

Next, was choosing the type of mechanism.  The ancient clocks were all mechanical, of course. Not being a professional watchmaker this was not an option. I chose a quartz movement that is small, precise, non- expensive, available and requires only a 1.5 v battery.


These are the steps I used to approach the making of a clock.

1. Design on paper (sketch)

2. Defining dimensions (height, width, length)

3. Sawing out the wooden parts for the housing (6-10mm thickness)

4. Sawing out the copper parts using 18 gauge (1mm) copper sheet

5. Annealing and shaping the copper if necessary for the form

6. Building the wooden house using screws and bolts and hinges, painting the wooden parts

7. Drilling all necessary holes for fixing the metal parts

8. Sawing out the copper forms if any

9. Enameling and finishing the copper parts

10. joining the enameled copper parts to the housing

11. Inserting the clock and the battery and adjusting the clock

Looking at the Joy Clock, enameling of the upper “serpentine” parts was a challenge. As I applied the colors I used a laboratory support to hold the piece in any desired position. The enamel was applied by wet packing. Once the enamel dried, I selected another position with the lab support and wet packed another color. This is a very time consuming step.  The next task to be solved is the support of the piece in the kiln. I cut out and formed appropriate supporting elements from stainless steel.


The Clock Medium Complication (2012)

      The Top is made from one piece of copper with a rod thru it-

                             Two Painted Clocks

Here I have used cloisonné technique with mat and shiny finish.

Cloisonné clock (2012) with mat finish, fine silver wire

Of course, a formidable polishing job!!

 Cloisonné Clock (2012) with shiny finish, fine silver wire



            Sgraffito Clock with integrated women's wristwatch parts


                Skeleton Type Clock (2014) with integrated watch gears

This Fairytale Castle Clock (2013) is a magical combination of Murano glass beads and enamel.

The Penny Clock (2013) was adorned with old coins featuring Kings and Presidents. The area for the placement of the coins is sawed out of the metal and the coin is glued in.

The intricate design on the Triangle Clock (2013) was cut with a Jewelers saw and then attached over a brass plate making this work a time consuming business.

Princess Clock (2014) with hand sawed face and side plate - This piece is reminiscent of a medieval clock.

                                 Rear side with hinge

The most difficult and most interesting part of the clock is the face. I have used divisions or ciphers ( numbers  ) for the hours. The accuracy of the time indication ( i.e. whether the hands of the clock show the right cipher at the right time ) depends on the exact positioning of the divisions or numbers. Therefore, the divisions/ciphers have to be accurately drawn on paper. The drawing is then transferred using wax transfer paper onto the pre-enameled face. The transfer is usually carried out as the last step after the face has been enameled and fired several times. The white wax traces are used as a guide for hand painting the ciphers or divisions under a magnifying glass.


The Polygon Clock (2014) hinged box with hand sawed face and four side plates.

Wheel of Time Clock (2014) hinged box with circular postern on the sides and on rear side.

Filigree Clock (2014) with hand sawed decoration on all four sides.

Something else to consider is the stability of the door for changing the battery as it is opened and closed. Often I have used a small metal chain to hold the door.

I pushed my ideas further by using a small quartz clock and a piece of enamel set in an old pocket watch.

 The Pandora Clock is an all metal structure. (2013)


The Patience Clock (2014) in Sgraffito technique as a wall panel. The piece has been accepted and shown for the 48th Intl. Exhibition of the Japan Enameling Artist Association in the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum in July 2014.

The text is "Patience" in Sanskrit, English, Japanese, German & Thai

The Golden Clock (2013) uses a 3 dimensional optical illusion pattern. To create the hand painted pattern, the corner points had to be exactly marked by wax transfer.

My fantastic journey through the world of clock making is far from over. There are still many more exciting possibilities to be designed.


CALL FOR ENTRIES* Alchemy 3: Vision + Passion + Creation Building a new community with enamel, glass and metal



Marianne Hunter                                Jennifer Park


Juried Exhibitions


The exhibitions will travel in 2015 – 2016 to:


Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA • Summer 2015

Worcester Center for Crafts, Worcester, MA • Fall 2015

NH League of Craftsmen, Concord, NH • Winter 2016

McGowan Fine Art, Concord, NH • Winter 2016


*All entries must be submitted online by 12 noon E.S.T. on Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014




15th Biennial International Juried Enamel Exhibition & 11th International Juried Student Exhibition – General Information


Submission Deadline: Nov. 12, 2014


Acceptance notification: Jan. 30, 2015


Exhibitions open during the Enamelist Society Biennial Conference at Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA and travel to Worcester, MA and Concord, NH.


Prospectus and submission


Entry fees: Member $35 — Non-Member $45 Student $15 (must be enrolled in a degree granting university or school)


Exhibition Jurors: Martha Banyas, Jim Malenda & Vera Siemund.


Cash awards will be given to exceptional works in both the international and student exhibitions.


Questions, please contact the Enamelist Society office:


Phone: 770-807-0142




PO Box 920220, Norcross, GA 30010  USA




Grab your Hats!

The bus is leaving! 

We are headed to the

Glass Factories of Agra, India

You will never think of Glass in the same way again-

Praise to the hard workers of India!

Here is your ticket to ride:




Russian gilt silver cloisonne enamel salt [cellar] throne and spoon, 1908-1926, scroll and floral overall enamel decoration, gilt interior, hook on side, mark for Г.П with matching salt spoon. Both with marks for Kokoshnik, 1908-1926, .875 fine.

Salt began to be produced in Russia in 1515 and was mostly controlled by the Stroganoff family through the 19th century. While the working classes were not familiar with salt, it was a highly valued commodity used by the wealthy class especially for entertaining guests. For the wealthy, salt not only flavored food--it was a status symbol and impressed guests in much the same way as a big house or castle and fancy porcelain services would impress. Dinners might have up to 10 courses, and with each course a new porcelain service was set out. Salt cellars were an enhancement to the porcelain services. Many different kinds of salt cellars were made. They ranged from basic, unadorned, silver salts to enameled, gem-encrusted, solid gold salts, and everything in between.


sent in from:

Meghan Salgaonkar, India  

Kecskemét, Hungary

The 40th International Symposium of Enamel Art 2014

23.06.2014 – 20.07.2014



                 ITALIAN MINIATURE

ENAMEL MINIATURE on copper 7x9cm. inspired from "Madonna dell'ulivo" (Quasi oliva speciosa in canpis). Original work of te Italian artist Nicolò Barabino (1832-1891) in 1888. Swisse school



DISH: The Wedding Feast of Cupid & Psyche

Enamel, partly gilded, on copper

Artist: Pierre Reymond (1513 - after 1584)

French (Limoges) 1558

Signed & Dated: PR 1558

Reymond based the image on an engraving by the anonymous Italian Master of the Die (active ca. 1532). The subject comes from The Golden Ass (book 5, chapter 24) by the Latin author Lucius Apuleius.

Metropolitan Museum of Art




I was born in 1974 in Jaipur (Rajasthan) India. I am the 9th generation of family enamellers, who learned the art from artisans of Iran around 450 years ago, spreading enamel art through various parts of India.

My forefathers pictured in Jaipur Enamels publication - 1886

My family made many beautiful pieces for the Royal family of Jaipur as well as many other royal families.

My grandfather, Shri Kawal Singh ji (center) with his father and uncles 1895.

My late father, late Shri Munna Lal Meenakar received a national award in 1975 from President of India, late Shri Fakru Dion Ali Ahamud, at New Delhi.


Who are Meenakars?

Artisans in India start at a very early age. “Meenakar” means Enameller” and “Meenakari” means enameling.


I began my enameling lessons from my father at the age 8 years old, along with my academic studies. From morning until noon I studied in school, then went to my Father’s studio to learn engraving and champlevé from 3:00 pm to 7:30 pm.

By 1990, at the age of sixteen, I left my academic studies and continued under the tutelage of my father in his studio that has continued since my forefather’s time.  A year later, I moved into my own workshop, working alone creating objects in gold like boxes, pens and various styles of jewelry. Enameling is the main business of my family providing jewelry for stores as well as our own collection.



                                  Working a pattern

                                                 3" cuff gold

                                          Pendant- gold & diamonds

                                       RING & EARRINGS

 I worked exclusively in gold until 2008, until one day a famous foreign designer walked in and asked me to create an enamel piece in silver. It was a challenge for me, as it was my first time working with silver. It came out beautifully and she was very pleased. After that I made many pieces in silver.

                                        9" scroll

                       Gold and Silver Box with diamonds

In 2011, I entered an exhibition of Indian handicrafts in enamel art and I made a 7.6 inches long gold vessel called BADLA for this competition. It took fifteen months to complete. I won the competition and received the National Award by the President of India on July 1st, 2014.


In my spare time, I enjoy flying kites, listening to old classic songs and riding my bike.




3rd Dutch Biennial Exhibition

October, 26 2014 –November, 30 2014

The theme is “BLUE”

Vernissage / Opening; October, 26 2014 at 14.00 hours;    

 Location: Kempenhof

    Address: Valkenhof/Kempenhof

        Antwerpsebaan 3 – 5554 JV

           Valkenswaard – The Netherlands.


Dear Artists,

Due to improved cost factors I have been able to lower prices for the 3rd Dutch Biennial in 2014.

I have also made a differentiation in the costs for members and non-members of the CKI.

The prices are now 45,00 Euros for non CKI members and 35,00 Euros for CKI members.

In this price is included a catalogue  which will be handed out during the opening of the exhibition.

 Please find attached the new entry form for your info and participation.

Hope to see on the opening day.

Kind regards,

Mary Mulder









2015 NICHE Awards Guidelines

Entries for the 2015 NICHE Awards will be accepted from
April 14, 2014, to August 18, 2014.

The NICHE Awards competition is open to professional craft artists ages 21 and older who reside in America or Canada and are actively involved in the design and production of craft work supplied to galleries and/or craft stores. All work must have been made and finished in the United States or Canada. Work produced or finished in secondary studios in other countries may not be submitted.

The NICHE Awards Student competition is open to any craft student attending an American or Canadian undergraduate, graduate or certificate arts program, and the work itself must have been produced in the United States or Canada while the student was attending the arts program. Student artists may enter as a student for up to one (1) year after graduation; however, the work submitted must have been produced while an artist was still a student.

The 2015 NICHE Awards competition seeks NEW WORK in all categories, whether student or professional.  Submitted work must have been designed, produced or introduced afterOctober 1, 2013 to be eligible. Work previously submitted to the competition will not be accepted. All work must be designed and made by the artist or a collaboration of artists, with all collaborators identified.

and the WINNER IS.............

JUDY STONE - Burnt Offerings - Hermione 3

Metal: Enameled/Professional



and... the Finalists




Chaya Caron - Eastern Star Flower w/Stand


SARAH PERKINS - Red Moss Container


CYNTHIA MILLER - Stormy Seashore in 12 panels

I would recommend to everyone to click on the link below and look at all the fabulous artists in so many different medias. Its mind boggling!!!



The Saul Bell Design Award for 2014 is a jewelry design competition that challenges jewelry artists to push the limits of jewelry design and imagination. Choose from among seven categories and create a piece that tells a story, states your vision and encompasses the depth of your skill. Innovate. Play. Entertain & surprise us all!

                             1st Place Award in Enamels


Freedom, California



2nd Place Winner

Artem Kutyrev

Ekaterinburg, Russian Federation

Luminous Ring- Mandarin Fish

To view all the metalsmith artist winners just click here:

Incredible Artists!!!!






We're looking for a few great jewelry pieces!

The Art Jewelry staff is hard at work getting three galleries of work together for our next additions to the Art Jewelry Techniques app -- we want to show beginner jewelry makers what results are possible with masterful and creative application of some basic jewelry-making skills. Right now, we're looking at work that highlights the following techniques:

  • Texturing (This can be anything from hammered texture to scribed texture, to roll-printing. As long as your metal surface is rich and dimensional!)

  • Dapping and Swaging

  • Sawing and Piercing

Obviously, these are huge fields -- so there's lots of room for artists who experiment with new ways to produce the results they desire. We're going to narrow the field down to nine select jewelry pieces for each gallery.

Submit your work: Three categories, three editors!

Submit your Texturing images to Annie Pennington

Submit your Dapping/Swaging images to Theresa Abelew

Submit your Sawing/Piercing images to Hazel Wheaton

Hazel Wheaton
Editor, Art Jewelry



FOR THOSE OF YOU unfamiliar with this technique of Enamel Art


PLEASE allow me to re-introduce Master Artist







Mauricette Pinoteau is an enamelist living in Limoges. She specializes in  relief  technique, she learned this technique at the very famous " Atelier Camille Fauré "in Limoges ,during the 70's .
Mauricette is one of the only two living enamelists  that  studied  with  the  Masters  the secret  of  the  relief  technique.
Today she masters this almost magical style of enameling wich seems to defy the logic of enamelling.
She works and sells her work in her own gallery in the same town of Limoges.


Mauricette has provided us with a file to watch how this technique is done. 


Also,  go to Notebook 1, "Fauré Techniques" to read all about Camille Fauré and his studio.


















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Thank you for your contribution!




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PLATINUM - $1,430
SILVER- $19.16


Check the Workshop Center tab for links to the schedules of more artist workshops in your area….

ANNE HAVEL Workshops


 August 23 & 24, 2014 Let's Sugar Coat This: Torch-fired Enameling

Littleton Studio School

21 Mill St, Littleton, NH 03561
(603) 444-1066;

September 6-7    Some Like it Hot:  Torch-fired Enamels

Peters Valley19 Kuhn Road, Layton, NJ 07851

T - 973-948-5200


October 25 & 26, 2014  Let's Sugar Coat This: Torch-fired Enameling

92nd St Y

1395 Lexington Ave

NY, NY 10128

Visit Blog Posts for more details




Sept. 2014

Beginners Enameling


Jennifer Jordan Parks


August 17–23, 2014
Enameling workshop
Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program
Williamsburg, MA



August 25-29

Center for the Enamel Arts at the Crucible

1260 7th Street
Oakland, CA 94607

Eutectics and Eclectics 

M-F, 10-5 with optional evening hours 

Cost: $475 plus $35 materials

For more information contact: 

Judy Stone 





SEPT. 22-26

Workshop at Genevieve Flynn Studios, Kansas City Missouri


OCT. 10-12 - The Guilded Lynx, Ridgefield, CT



Boise, Idaho

Enameling Classes starting in June, 2014


"Enamel Get Together"

August 9-13, 2014 with

Linda Darty, Jaime Frechette & Tim Ellis.

Call Tom Ellis :




Ridgefield, CT

Intro to Eameling with Lessley Burk -

Sept. 2-Oct. 7, 2014 - 203-431-2400





A Quest for the Best

The 33rd Annual Smithsonian Craft Show 2015
April 22, 2015 to April 26, 2015
National Building Museum, 401 F St., NW, Washington DC

TIME OUT......

Places to go-People to see!




June 13-15
Laurel Park,Laurel, MD


Watauga Festival Center
426 Watauga Rd.
Franklin, NC
The Newark Museum
49 Washington St.
Newark, NJ
A permanent exhibition of masterworks from the museums's extensive jewelry holdings dating back from the early 1700's to 2011.



Liza Nechamkin -

hand spun copper and fine silver bowls - hand made chasing tools.


 Medium temp/medium expansion

Most colors in stock 10% discount to GOG Members
 if you buy from Jean!

A donation will be made to GOG with every purchase.

Use Etsy code gog10 at checkout

Ships in 24 hrs

Contact: Jean Van Brederode, Thompson distributor

Phone: 717-919-7444




A dvd using a rare and beautifull technique that chris hierholzer has developed using sgrafitto with fine gold foil using a torch to fire instead of a kiln. the enamel is wet packed. it has lots of intructional and easy to read text and limited audio with optional torch set ups at the end.

 Torch firing is a perfect way to fire enamels for those with limited space and can't afford the high cost of a kiln.

click on: Ganoksin

or order through:

 coral shaffer
enamelwork supply co.
1 800 596 3257
1 206 525 9271



Thompson's Vintage

Milton Bridge


Mention Grains of Glass when ordering-


Pam East's Enameling on Silver Clay DVD


Hauser & Miller Inc.

Hauser and MillerBi-metal Sheet and Discs


A layer of 18k gold alloy with a rich yellow color or 22k gold alloy with a bright yellow color is bonded with sterling silver to form two distinct surfaces. The 18k gold layer is similar to that of most gold-filled products, while the 22k is two to three times thicker than gold-filled, giving it more workability. Surface treatments, such as engraving, scraping, folding, and twisting, can be used to accent the two surfaces.


Contact us: Hauser & Miller, 1-800-462-7447,


A Safe Way to Pickle!




DVD by Jim Lawson

Lapidary Journal


2012 Jewelers Guide to Treated and Created Gems





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