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The Art of Fine Enameling

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Melting glass onto metal creates colorful, imaginative, and lustrous designs. “Cohen covers the traditional forms of enameling as well as some crossover techniques from other crafts such as raku firing and silkscreen application. Projects by several artists for small items illustrate specific techniques....Will be very useful in public library or academic crafts collection ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published May 1st 2004 by Sterling/Chapelle (first published October 28th 2002)
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