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Enamel

Scope note

A usually opaque, vitreous coating, composed chiefly of quartz, feldspar, clay, soda, and borax, applied by fusion to surfaces especially of metal, ceramic, or glass; has a glossy appearance upon hardening.

This term has 1,555 records attributed within our system.

Connected records

An image of Coffee pot

Coffee pot

Accession Number: C.600 & A-1928

An image of Jug

French Liberty and British Liberty

Accession Number: C.1098-1928

An image of Figure

Proven├žal Drummer from the Cries de Paris

Accession Number: C.32-1954

An image of Figure

Girl selling Carp

Accession Number: C.29-1954

An image of Figure

A knife seller

Accession Number: C.31-1954

An image of Figure

A Tyrolian Woman selling Trinkets

Accession Number: C.3-1954

An image of Figure

A map-seller

Accession Number: C.26-1954

An image of Figure

The Death of Cleopatra

Accession Number: C.908-1928

An image of Figure

Mark Antony

Accession Number: C.909-1928

An image of Water bottle

Water bottle

Accession Number: C.1727-1928

An image of Mug

Mug

Accession Number: C.598-1928

An image of Chamber pot

Chamber pot

Accession Number: C.1728-1928

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