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There was also evidence of other industrial processes, such as enamelling and working in bone.
THE TOWNS OF ROMAN BRITAINJAMES OLIVER BEVAN
The art of enamelling on metal has been practised from very early times.
Enamelling (see Enamel) has of late years largely taken the place of “paste” or false stones.
Brother Luke hath given me some skill in damask work, and in the enamelling of shrines, tabernacles, diptychs and triptychs.
THE WHITE COMPANYARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
Not as I hold with enamelling, myself—'tain't what I call 'igh farmin'—takes too much outer the land in my 'pinion.
The belt-plate and crescented sword scabbard were aflame with brilliants on blue enamelling.
The enamelling of thermometers is an invention of Messrs. Negretti and Zambra.
The Saxons produced some very highly-finished specimens of jewellery, goldsmith's work, and even of enamelling.
This view is supported by the only 579 reference to the art of enamelling furnished by the classical writers.
From his experiments were discovered the principal colours to be used for enamelling, and the means of vitrifying them.

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