from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A kiln in which pottery, glass, etc., are exposed to a low heat, such as is suitable for fixing enamel-colors, gold, etc.
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At the south-western corner of the works was a disused enamel-kiln which had been built experimentally and had proved a failure.
Colours not distinguishable in the enamel-kiln, till a bit of dry wood is introduced 283