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Peter McGrain

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Gwailo Bar by Peter McGrain

by Peter McGrain

Transparent enamels are a fairly recent innovation. Like the rest of the paints we use, they come in powdered form and are prepared for use by mixing with a liquid, usually water. It’s important to remember that they contain lead, which gives them their clarity, and must be used with caution.

This article was originally published on page 22 of the March/April 2017 issue of Glass Art.



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