4 Secrets of Enamelware Manufacture

Secrets of Enamelware Manufacture

Today we’ll go to a factory where the best enamelware in Russia is produced. Steel enamelware is perfect for cooking and storing food. Due to the enamel contact with metal is avoided. The factory features a cyclical turnaround producing even package and printing all the necessary information in a printing-office of their own.

Production of enamelware in Russia started in 1913 when Polish specialists were invited to Russia for the purpose of enamelware manufacture. They were intended to keep the technology secret but failed to do so because of the events of 1917 when the Poles had to leave Russia together with the Anti-Communist forces. In 1921 Yevgeny Kuklin managed to unveil the mystery looking at the residues of enamel paint in drains.


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4 Responses to “Secrets of Enamelware Manufacture”

  1. Mandea says:

    It’s good to see white people manufacturing some common household items as most of it are “sourced” to China and other slaves countries.

  2. Jean says:

    This is RUSSIA on her BEST, craftman(in this case WOMAN) ship is highly valuable for the economy. Great.

  3. john says:

    Nice product,i like melon.Nice looking women that work there.

  4. Ron says:

    I would love to purchase some of these. Anyone have a website address?

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