High Enamel Chandeliers with more than 6 bulbs
High enamel paint is one of our most well-known and traditional techniques and looks great on the chandeliers as well. First, a piece is gilded with gold. Then, the crystal is fired at a temperature of 560 degrees Celsius. After the firing, a paint made from porcelain powder is applied.
Relief paints, and the shaping of the designs (usually flowers) takes place at this point. After a second firing, more relief paints are used to add the final details. After each coat of relief paint, the piece must be fired again.