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Enamel jewelry is made by fusing glass powder onto metal surfaces. The process starts by cleaning the metal surface and then applying a layer of fine glass powder. The piece is then heated in a kiln to a high temperature, typically between 1472-1562 degrees Fahrenheit. The heat causes the glass powder to melt and fuse onto the metal, creating a smooth, glossy surface. Once cooled, the piece is polished and inspected for any defects. The process can be repeated to build up multiple layers of enamel and create different colors and designs. The final product is a beautiful, durable piece of jewelry that can come in a variety of colors and designs.
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