During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the use of enamels became widespread, replacing the old methods of coloring glass - pot metal, flashing, and staining. Colored enamels seldom have the brilliance of pot-metal glass but can take on a rich translucence when carefully applied. Enamels are compounds of ground glass and oxides that become fairly transparent when heated and fused to clear or white glass.
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