While up to the mid-nineteeth century every craftsman made his own enamel on the basis of very particular and jealously-kept recipes, it later became fashionable to adopt vitreous enamels produced on an industrial scale.

They must have the following features: applied while cold to the item during manufacture, they must fuse at a temperature lower than that of the glass; their colours should not fade at high temperatures and they should have a coefficient of expansion as close as possible to that of glass to prevent breakages during the cooling stage. Once the decoration is finished, the item is placed in a small "muffola" oven where it reaches a temperature of some 550/600 Celsius degrees to allow the enamel to fuse without deforming the item. 
In the Novecento this technique was used to make copies of ancient models, but a few exceptions.
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    Mar 15, 2024 at 07:54

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