Harry Nicholson 


These enamels are made by fusing coloured glass onto copper sheet, this takes place over several firings in a kiln at 800-950 degrees C.

These pictures being vitreous, should be stable for a thousand years.  He has been awarded “Craftsman” status with the Guild of Enamellers.  






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