Gio Ponti / Del Campo enamel bowl c. 1955 | 1stdibs.com
Enamel platter / wall-plaque by Studio Del Campo. Copper, with figurative highlights in brilliant "grisaile d'oro" enamel
ELLAMARIE WOOLLEY (Californian 1913-1976) "Woman with Fruit and Birds" Enamel Tiles. 15 x 20 inches.
Elizabeth Madley; Enameled Copper Dish, 1950s.
Kiln Design Studio enameled 'Disintegration' bowl
Hiroshi Suzuki Hammer-raised and chased, enamelled fine silver
Paolo De Poli-Enamel On Hammered Copper Vessel
June Schwarcz (b. 1918) - Electroformed copper foil with plique-a-jour enamel. She is one of the first artists who incorporated electroforming as a vital part of the process of enameling. Using a chemical bath to build layers of copper, vessel #593 features Schwarcz’s skill in hammering, sewing, and pleating metal into forms that create a stunning and complex interplay between corroded surfaces and vivid color. Electroformed copper foil with plique-a-jour enamel
EDWARD WINTER (1908-1976) Untitled vitreous enamel on steel panel, abstract composition, Ohio, 1951 Backed with painted board Signed WINTER, paper label reads BSG412 Panel 21" sq.
Still Life-Karl Drerup (American, 1904-2000) Monogrammed "KD" l.r. Enamel on steel plaque, 8 x 8 in.
Kay Whitcomb, enamel on copper panel, Le Roi I, 1965
Enamel on metal plate Virgil Cantini 1965
Frugent, ca. 1960, 12.125" x 18.125", Wichita Center for the Arts, Kansas