Enameling and gilding (both applied cold, and then fired)

Enamels consist of intensely colored glass (or colorless glass that has been mixed with a metallic oxide) that has been finely ground and mixed with a liquid medium to facilitate painting. After its application to a cooled object, the decoration is fired at a high temperature for permanence. Gold is usually applied in the form of leaf or slightly thicker foil; the gold and enamels are fired together.

Enameled Tazza full length video recreating entire object
Enameled Bowl full length video recreating entire object
Enameled Goblet full length video recreating entire object