Without the ability to superheat or a modern knowledge of chemistry, all crafting techniques had to make use of trial and error to work metals, gems, and other valuables.

  • Filigree: Twisted gold or silver wire soldered together or to the surface of an object and arranged artistically.
  • Granular Work: Gold Beading.
  • Grille: The setting of enamel into grilles to produce ornamental studs.
  • Millefiori: A glasswork technique involving the production of glass rods or canes with multicolored patterns. The rod is pulled in a furnace until thin while maintaining the cross-section's design. When the glass is cooled it is cut into beads.
  • Pressblech: The use of thin foils stamped with a die from the back.

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