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Re european enamels


#1

A few years ago I was able to get Schauer enamels from:
Enamelwork Supply Co.,
1023 N.E. 69th
Seattle, WA 98115
Also distributed by:
Mayer Bros.,
4th and Pike Building
Seattle, WA 98101

Also had samples of French enamels “Cristallaire Enamels” from:

        Bovano of Cheshire,
       830 South Main Street,
       P O Box 250,
       Cheshire, Connecticut 08410   (203) 272-3208\

Am not sure if still in business but is worth a try.

Phyllis


#2

Thanks Phyllis, I’ll try the Cristallaire. By the way, Mayer
Bros. closed their doors permanently in 1992. It was sad seeing
such an old company go away. After Joeseph Mayer died, it was
never the same. Their heyday was when Joseph had the die
engraving factory. The last time I saw the collection of steel
dies (jewelry, flatware, tea sets…) there were still about
90,000 individual dies still on the shelves. He sold the business
to E. J. Towle who continued to make flatware until it was sold
and became West Earth, then sold again to the recent owner and
became Metal Arts Group which is specializing in N W indian
silver jewelry stamped from dies, developed by Raoul Le Blanc at
West Earth.

Sorry about the yak :slight_smile:

Jeffrey

A few years ago I was able to get Schauer enamels from:
Enamelwork Supply Co.,
1023 N.E. 69th
Seattle, WA 98115
Also distributed by:
Mayer Bros.,
4th and Pike Building
Seattle, WA 98101

Also had samples of French enamels “Cristallaire Enamels” from:

                Bovano of Cheshire,
               830 South Main Street,
               P O Box 250,
               Cheshire, Connecticut 08410   (203) 272-3208\

Am not sure if still in business but is worth a try.

Phyllis

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