Woodrow W. Carpenter
Fundamental Procedures for Enamelists
Mixing Dry Granular Material Frequently, we are asked how to mix two or more dry materials, such as two transparent...
The Curse of the Fabergé Eggs
In our April issue, we reported the 189-piece collection (including 9 Fabergé Imperial Eggs) owned by the late Malcolm Forbes...
Industrial Liquid Enamels
Industrial liquid enamel is a versatile material. It can be used as a base coat, directly on the metal, or...
Origins, Evolution and the Practice of Enameling
More than 3000 years ago, someone spread powdered glass onto metal, probably gold, and subjected it to sufficient heat to...
Intro to Enameling: Double-Sided Pendant 2
For the last couple years The W.W. Carpenter Enamel Foundation has held "Intro To Enameling" workshops that are designed to...
Intro to Enameling: Cloisonne Pendant
For the last couple years the W.W. Carpenter Enamel Foundation has held "Intro to Enameling" workshops that are designed to...
Etymology of Enamel
Most people in our discipline use the word Enamel to identify both the glass which is fused to metal, and...
Book Review – Beginner’s Guide to Enamelling
The book is based on a workshop for beginners given by the author some years ago called 'The Second Coat'....
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