Enamel is one of the most commonly used materials in high-end jewelry, as well as fine accessories. Fashion designers find that it is an easy material to manipulate and use it to create incredible designs. It's silky smooth surface serves as the perfect base for a modern and exclusive pair of cufflinks. Our collection of Enamel Cufflinks is one-of-a-kind. You'll find a variety of looks, designs and styles to choose from ó from fun novelty cufflinks to high-end fashion cufflinks. No matter which pair you choose, when you are wearing Enamel Cufflinks you'll always be dressed to impress.
Amongst the most attractive substances used today to craft jewelry and fine
art we find enamel. This material can be obtained by the combination of powdered
glass and high levels of heat. The physical appearance of the material can be
compared to soft glass because it has a glossy consistency which is a perfect
complement to any object made of metal or related materials which are used by
Enamel is also referred to as vitreous enamel or porcelain enamel which is commonly used in the US. The amount of work that is required in order to manufacture a good-looking enamel cufflink is quite surprising for starters, the enamel needs to be carefully melted at the right temperature in order to create a material comparable to glass and which has the hardness of a much stronger material, the enamel which is placed on cufflinks is reinforced by the beautiful metal which is used beneath it.
Once the powdered glass is melted at the right temperature it can then be combined with the main coloring agent which is a metallic oxide, the color of the enamel is determined by the amount of the materials used in the mixture and not by the amount of oxide. When it comes to cufflinks this material often projects a great sense of style and sophistication which can't be achieved by wearing only metallic cufflinks.
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