Enamel Bibliography And Abstracts

By: McClelland, E. H. (compiled by)

Price: $75.00

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Book Condition: Very Good

This book is in Very Good condition and was issued without a dust jacket. The book is in generally clean condition. The covers have several large spots of discoloration to the covers. The text pages are clean and bright. There is a previous owner's inked gift inscription on the title page. "Enamel is a heat-fused glass paste colored by metal oxides and used to decorate metal surfaces. In medieval sources mina? Denoted glaze, glass, and, after the 11th century, enamel. Enamel was associated with lapidary, glassworking, and goldmithing crafts and was probably used primarily in place of precious stones before the 17th century. Anthony Jenkinson, a traveler to Persia in 968-71/1561-63, described an enameled and jeweled aigrette worn by the ruler of Širvan (I, pp. 367-68; first cited in Ivanov, Lukonin, and Smesova, p. 11). The medium was first used extensively in the mid-17th century, however. A variety of textual sources and a few datable examples suggest that at that time champlevé enameling and enamel painting—sometimes in slight relief, in transparent and opaque colors on gold, copper, and silver—began to appear in Persia."

Title: Enamel Bibliography And Abstracts

Author Name: McClelland, E. H. (compiled by)

Categories: Arts And Crafts,

Edition: 1st Edition; 1st Printing

Publisher: Columbus, OH, The American Ceramic Society, Inc.: 1944

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: A37028

Keywords: Arts & Crafts E. H. Mcclelland American Ceramic Society Enamel Ceramics Bibliography Arts and Crafts,