Carl Weishaupt recently opened another of it’s unique exhibits at Promenadeplatz 13 in Munich. This time it is all about celebrating the art of enameling. At all times goldsmiths were fascinated by the possibilities of combining gold with lucid colours. The gallerists have put together masterpieces covering a period of five centuries. The enamel technique which was invented more than 3500 years ago still is going strong. What makes the show so special is that one can see pieces from the 16th century up to today. The showcase boasts from multi-coloured dragon and butterflies of all sizes, of flowers, birds and bees of different styles and techniques designed by such famous artists as Falize, Gautrait, Wiese, Vever, Baillard, Lalique, Cartier and Fabergé. It was more than 3500 years ago that goldsmiths of the antique discovered the art of enameling gold and silver. The idea behind

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