The problem is the client really likes the slightly wrinkled
textured effect of using silver foil under the enamel, but prefers
the more muted steel colour of 18ct white to the brasher pure
Hallo Deborah. I have purchased and used white gold leaf on the
surface of enamel, although it is probably too thin to take enamel on
the top. Therefore I would assume that white gold foil can be made.
Perhaps your supplier could help you. As it is the characteristic of
the foil to create the wrinkling effect, and the problem seems to be
the colour, could you use a more suitable colour over silver foil to
knock back the ‘brashness’ to get the desired result?