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We would expect participation in these competitions from theorists or practitioners with identifiable connections to the color-dependent industries: colormakers, colormen, factory-owning merchants, painters, enamellers, dyers, drysalters.
As an amateur chemist and an amateur glassmaker who had a close relationship with a range of experts — chemists and other scientists, glassmakers, enamellers, goldsmiths, and connoisseurs — Berg's endeavor suggests another side to the combination of practical and intellectual exchanges that were possible in the eighteenth century.
The notebooks contain many transcriptions from chemistry books and notes from lectures and private conversations — conversations with William Lewis; with Samuel More; with Stephen Hall, owner of the Falcon Glasshouse; with Colebron Hancock, a prominent London glass merchant, and with other merchants, apothecaries, goldsmiths and enamellers.
It is out of our province to trace the history of the Limoges enamellers after this period.
Such vessels as those marvellous effects produced by the enamellers of
If any thing a quarter so pretty was found in Herculaneum, One should admire Roman enamellers more than their Scipios and
The altar-frontal at Pistoja belongs to about the same period, and a little later comes the reliquary made by the brothers Arezzo, while during the whole of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries the enamellers were kept hard at work in Italy producing objects intended for Church work in two or three distinct processes, either that called champleve, or another method, that of floating transparent enamels, known by the name of bassetaille, or still another process called encrusting.