Firing and polishing
Enamel pieces are fired in the muffle furnace at about 800°C. Enamel evenly fills in all the cloisons, melting into a colored glass – a timeless piece of art. During the firing process enamel in the cloisons sinks down a lot, so this process is repeated several dozen times until all cloisons are filled to the top of the wire edge.
The final step is polishing. It is at this stage the jewelry piece gains unsurpassed brilliance and beautifully catches the light. To preserve the appearance each piece is gold or rhodium plated.