We are pleased to announce the appointment of our second cold enamelling small order agent.

Our first agent is located in the beautiful Norfolk town of Holt from where Lisa runs her beading shop, Beading Fantastic. Lisa stocks a large variety of jewellery making supplies as well as our range of CHEMSET enamelling and doming materials. Evening workshops are run from her light and airy shop or you can book private tuition if that suits you better. Lisa has produced some stunning pieces of jewellery using our resin. For inspiration visit her Facebook site at Beading Fantastic.

Our second small order agent is Jasmin Studio Crafts, based in Streatham, South East London, which can easily be accessed by bus or train if you want to use public transport to get there. Jasmin started designing jewellery in 2010 and opened her shop in 2014. Jasmin Studio Crafts stock a large range of jewellery making supplies including lots of blanks and findings just right for use with CHEMSET resin! Keep a check on their Facebook site at Jasmin Studio Crafts for news on their workshops which will begin shortly.

4 Responses to “Cold Enamelling Small Order Agents”

  1. Maria Simpson

    I have a very small religious medal where the blue enamel has chipped off. Is this something you would be able to repair? It was my mother’s and she has just died. She wanted one of her great grandchildren to have it. I live in Sydenham. Many thanks.

    • Bright Enterprises

      Hello Maria,
      Thank you for your enquiry.
      We manufacturer cold enamel; we don’t do enamelling ourselves but we could put you in touch with someone who might be able to carry out your repair if you’d like?

  2. Nicky Gambarini

    Hello I have a scent bottle..glass with a silver top which I have had repaired. Unfortunately to do this the pink enamel on the top cracked off.. are you able to replace the pink enamel please ???

    • Bright Enterprises

      Hello Nicky,
      We’re sorry to hear about the damage to the enamel on your scent bottle.
      From what you’ve said the original enamel was probably vitreous, whilst it might be possible to repair the damage using our cold enamels, you would need to find a specialist enamel restorer to carry out this work for you.


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