Enamelled glass

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Not to be confused with vitreous enamel, which is used in this technique but may also be used on metalwikipedia
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Vitreous enamel

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Enamelled glass is glass which has been decorated with vitreous enamel (powdered glass, possibly mixed with a binder) and then fired to fuse the glasses.
Enamel can be used on metal, glass, ceramics, stone, or any material that will withstand the fusing temperature.

Mosque lamp

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Mosque lamps are made of enamelled glass.
Mosque lamps of enamelled glass, often with gilding, survive in considerable numbers from the Islamic art of the Middle Ages, especially the 13th and 14th centuries, with Cairo in Egypt and Aleppo and Damascus in Syria the most important centres of production.

Venetian glass

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Enamelled Venetian glass was called smalto.
This type of glass was fragile and difficult to cut, but it could be enameled and engraved.

Overglaze decoration

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It is also close to "enamelled" overglaze decoration on pottery, especially on porcelain, and it is thought likely that the technique passed from metal to glass (probably in the Islamic world), and then in the Renaissance from glass to pottery (perhaps in Bohemia or Germany).

Porcelain

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It is also close to "enamelled" overglaze decoration on pottery, especially on porcelain, and it is thought likely that the technique passed from metal to glass (probably in the Islamic world), and then in the Renaissance from glass to pottery (perhaps in Bohemia or Germany).

Bohemia

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It is also close to "enamelled" overglaze decoration on pottery, especially on porcelain, and it is thought likely that the technique passed from metal to glass (probably in the Islamic world), and then in the Renaissance from glass to pottery (perhaps in Bohemia or Germany).

Tragacanth

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As with enamel on metal, gum tragacanth may be used to make sharp edges.

Mica

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Mica may also be added for sparkle.

Verse of Light

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They have a religious symbolism based on the Quranic verse of light, with which they are often calligraphed.

Damascening

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Champlevé

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Stained glass

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Glass fusing

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Enamelled glass is glass which has been decorated with vitreous enamel (powdered glass, possibly mixed with a binder) and then fired to fuse the glasses.

William Beilby

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Richard and Beilby, the oldest two, later went as apprentices to Birmingham, the former learning seal engraving and the latter enamelling and drawing.