Jewellery enamelling is a great way to add colour to your creations. Browse our extensive range of enamel supplies to find the products you need to create beautiful enamelled jewellery. For beginners, we supply epoxy enamel resin (cold enamel), which doesn’t need to be fired. You can even buy an enamelling kit for a really easy introduction. If you’re more experienced in enamelling, choose from our vitreous enamel range, which features a rainbow of colours and contemporary effects. We stock Efcolor enamel, and other quality enamelling supplies from known brands. You can also find enamelling tools and books online, so you can pick up everything you need to get started.View all products in this range »
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Cooksongold boasts one of the biggest collections of vitreous enamel, cold enamel, tools, and copper blanks for enamelling in the UK. As well as supplying a spectrum of vitreous enamel and cold enamel colours, we sell enamel jewellery making kits, which make it easy to turn your ideas into colourful creations. Choose a cold enamel kit for the easiest introduction. Each includes a range of pre-mixed resins in a selection of matching colours. Our vitreous enamelling kits also include beautiful, complementary colours, and make for an affordable way to get started in vitreous jewellery enamelling.
What is Vitreous Enamel?
Vitreous enamel paint (known as porcelain enamel in the United States) is made of powdered glass. It needs to be fired in an enamel kiln, which melts the glass and fuses it to the surface of the jewellery. Using vitreous enamel is the more difficult of the two jewellery enamelling techniques, but can result in some very attractive finishes.
What is Cold Enamel?
Cold enamel is the common name for epoxy enamel resin. Cold enamelling is easy to apply (you only need to paint it on the surface you want to colour in), and dries to a perfect finish. It’s the perfect option for beginners.
How to Enamel Copper or Silver
Want to learn more about enamelling copper or silver? Try our knowledgebase, or treat yourself to one of our enamelling books.
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