Everything about enamel
For kitchen utensils, enamel has been appreciated since the end of the 19th century thanks to its stainless surface sealing, high hygiene and easy cleaning. At that time, the technological breakthrough succeeded in solidly connecting the elements of glass and iron.
Enamel was previously popular in many cultures in jewelry and handicrafts. First finds of enamel as a burial object in Mycenae are 3500 years old.
Carl Peter Fabergé used enamel to decorate his famous Easter eggs made of precious materials, which he made between 1885 and 1917 for the Russian Tsars.