This booklet in the Griffin Technical Studies series provides practical activities in which students can produce their own enamelled objects using copper. Some projects can be undertaken by some students in Key Stage Two whilst others are suitable for Key Stage Three or Four students. These activities may be used to teach students about chemical reactions as well as being suitable as a cross-curricular resource to integrate a project in enamelling with science, history, design and technology or art lessons.

1. Vitreous enamel and enamelling
2. The basic process
3. Decoration
4. Soldering jewellery parts
5. Scroll enamelling
6. Counter-enamelling
7. Further processes

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