One which belonged to St Louis and is preserved in the Louvre is covered with enamelled shields of arms and other decorations.
Morley turned over the enamelled cross and examined it carefully.
They open by a hinge, and are enamelled with the rose, fleur-de-lis, and harp.
enamelled bath-tub, separate room for a shower, and a sitz-bath!
The most convenient vessel for holding a gilding solution is undoubtedly one formed of enamelled iron.
On each side are centre and corner bosses of silver, gilt and enamelled.
These letters, and also the angels and the frames of the tablets, are enamelled in gold.
In the group illustrated (p. 201) there is one enamelled jug.
O, it is enamelled with the heart-blood of thy hated wife, my belovd daughter!
It is of enamelled, repoussé gold, and has been ascribed to Cellini.
early 15c., from enamel (v.).
enamel e·nam·el (ĭ-nām'əl)
The hard, calcareous substance covering the exposed portion of a tooth.