Eventually, the fire sale extended to his personal belongings—including a $20 enamel teapot.
The cups are in white porcelain with raised designs in gold and enamel.
The enamel was cracked, and I followed every crack as well as every figure of the hours.
The sheath of this most sumptuous arm is also lavishly adorned with silver and enamel on a purple leather ground.
One suit was inlaid with enamel, black as ebony, and the other with red gold.
The mineral is also used in the production of opal glass and enamel ware.
In admixture it may safely be employed, as well as in fresco or enamel.
Next, tissue from below grows into the flask, and the further growth of this gives rise to the enamel organ.
With the aid of an enamel bucket, Mr. Abraham Levinsky filled the bath.
The bossed kite-shield occurs in the enamel of Geoffrey Plantagenet; in the pyx named above; and in Harl.
early 15c., from enamel (v.).
enamel e·nam·el (ĭ-nām'əl)
The hard, calcareous substance covering the exposed portion of a tooth.