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gnarled enamel         
‎ ميناءٌ مُتزَيِّغ, ميناءٌ مُجَعَّد‎
gnarled enamel         
ميناءٌ مُتزَيِّغ
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  • DRU factory]], popular in the 1950s
  • The [[Dunstable Swan Jewel]], a [[livery]] badge in [[ronde bosse]] enamel, about 1400. British Museum
  • Chinese [[cloisonné]] enamel bronze wine pot, 18th century
  • Glass vials with ground vitreous enamel powder in different colors
  • moriage}} to slightly raise the design; [[Khalili Collection of Japanese Art]]
  • Old German enamel street sign
  • Meenakaari art from Iran
  • An [[agate]] mortar and pestle is used to finely grind vitreous enamel powder, mixed with a volatile oil, such as [[lavender oil]], to produce enamel paints for artistic work.
  • Medallion of the [[Death of the Virgin]], with basse-taille enamel, partly fallen away
  • Staffordshire Moorlands Pan, 2nd-century [[Roman Britain]]
  • painted Limoges enamel]] dish, mid-16th century, attributed to [[Jean de Court]]
  • Chinese]] dish with scalloped rim, from the [[Ming Dynasty]]; early 15th century; [[cloisonné]] enamel; height: 2.5 cm, diameter: 15.2 cm
Enamelware; Enamelling; Vitreous Enamel; Porcelain Enamelling; Porcelain enamel; Enamelwork; Enamel Miniature; Enamel miniature; Enamelist; Enameling; Painted enamel; Enamel painting; Enamel (glass); Enameller




· & ·vb.n. of Enamel.


Gnarled enamel

Gnarled enamel is a description of enamel seen in histologic sections of a tooth underneath a cusp. This is optical appearance of enamel. The enamel appears different and very complex under the cusp, but this is not due to a different arrangement of dental tissues. Instead, the enamel still has the same arrangement of enamel rods. The strange appearance results from the lines of enamel rods directed vertically under a cusp and from their orientation in a small circumference.

Gnarled enamel can sometimes be a problem for dentists; although experienced dentists have no problem identifying gnarled enamel and making the correct preparations, some inexperienced dentists face problems when performing a standard filling or root canal. The gnarled enamel can cause the drill problems and in some cases the dentist must replace the drill burr. The toughness of gnarled enamel varies from patient to patient and usually is nothing to be concerned about.