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Vitreous Enamel

A material made by fusing powdered glass to a metal, glass or ceramic base by firing at high temperatures. Vitreous Enamel is also referred to as porcelain enamel or overglaze, and is popular in decorative artwork in cultures around the world, since it creates a durable and incredibly vibrant surface.

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Third Imperial Egg, Peter Carl Fabergé

Third Imperial Egg Peter Carl Fabergé, 1886 – 1887

Lilies of the Valley Egg, Peter Carl Fabergé

Lilies of the Valley Egg Peter Carl Fabergé, 1898

Rose Trellis Egg, Peter Carl Fabergé

Rose Trellis Egg Peter Carl Fabergé, 1907

Catherine the Great Egg, Peter Carl Fabergé

Catherine the Great Egg Peter Carl Fabergé, 1914

Red Cross Egg, Peter Carl Fabergé

Red Cross Egg Peter Carl Fabergé, 1915

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Charcoal, Mediums

Charcoal

The quickest way to make a mark

Pencil, Mediums

Pencil

Ink, Mediums

Ink

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