Adrienne Blum is a master enamelist with over 40 years of experience with this ancient technique.
The Enamel Process
Adrienne Blum Enamels uses ground glass, which is applied by hand to a metal backing. The piece is then fired in a kiln, at 1200–1300 degrees Fahrenheit, for about four or five minutes. The glass melts, fuses to the backing, and acquires a fine, glossy finish. Our products may be cleaned with soap and water, which is ideal for kitchens and baths.