Grand Feu enamel

The Grand Feu (great fire) enamelling technique is a meticulously intricate method of coating a surface - often a watch face - with successive and different coloured layers of enamel. Each layer is heated at very high temperatures. This repeated baking permanently sets the enamel so it is not likely to crack over time.

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