Enamelled glass is glass which has been decorated with vitreous enamel and then fired to fuse the glasses. It can produce brilliant and long-lasting colours, and be transparent, translucent or opaque. Generally the desired colours only appear when the …
The Reichsadlerhumpen, a glass with the double-headed eagle of the Holy Roman Empire, and the arms of the various territories on its wings, was a popular showpiece of enamelled glas in the German lands from the 16th century on.
Japanese enamel made using the musen shippō (無線七宝) technique; wire is used to locate the glass, but then removed before firing.
Image: Venitian glass circa 1330 with enamel decoration derived from Islamic technique and style