The term Enamels (Enamel) may refer to one of the following descriptions:


  • a translucent or opaque decorative and/or protective coating that is fused to the surface of an object or article made of clay, glass or metal
  • a type of paint that dries to a hard, smooth, glossy finish; usually used for surfaces that are subject to wear and/or varied temperatures and weather conditions
  • any smooth, glossy coating that resembles enamel in appearance and/or function
  • the hard, mineralized visible part of the tooth that covers the crown

See also:
"Enamels" is in the HS Code "3207"
  Prepared Pigments, Prepared Opacifiers And Prepared Colours, Vitrifiable Enamels And Glazes, Engobes


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