Our Products Range
Our expertise in creating colours has led us from Jewellery Enamel to the Ceramics community. We have now been producing glazes, underglazes and other decorative colours since the early 1980's and continue to develop new products to this day.
With a keen eye for changing trends we create new products that inspire the novice potter or those who are just starting out but also those with years of experience who want to try something new. It is our ethos that all our products are created to industry standard regardless of who it is that is buying them.
Our range of glass enamel pens is another example of a product that derived from an industrial application.
Following a specific project to supply high temperature glass enamel liquid in spray form in commercial quantities, we re-formulated and re-packaged this material to enable us to offer a ready mixed product that could be supplied to the individual glass artist.
Presented in an ideal size and ergonomically friendly 50ml pen, this range of enamel pens is an ideal addition to your glass portfolio.
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Glass Pens - Colour Chart Sheet
Milton Bridge has produced jewellery enamel since our opening in 1982. Originally producing two ranges of enamel, our portfolio has increased over the years.
From the early 2000’s we began producing enamels for a world-wide brand producer of decorating colours, acting as a toll manufacturer for approximately 10 years.
We subsequently took ownership of that brand in November 2011. We also created a small range of lead free colours, which were developed further in the early 2000’s. In total, we manufacture approximately 500 different colours, probably the largest range of commercially available enamels in the world.
All of our enamels are produced at our factory in Stoke – on – Trent. During the past few years we have invested heavily in upgrading all of our production equipment. We have installed state of the art burner and control systems to our kilns, upgraded all of our grinding mills to a new polymer material and upgraded our sieving and ancillary equipment.
We are constantly striving to improve quality and have also made several changes to our production processes, sometimes just for specific items.
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