This art is 5,000 years old. The enamel is a mixture of oxides of metals with several types of salt at a temperature of 750 to 850 degrees Celsius. Enamel colors occur over time based on temperature variation.
Enameling is the English equivalent of Minakari in Persian and the closest meaning for Mina is blue sky. Enamels is the unique art of soil and fire with shine colors that heated in the furnace. The origin of enameling dates back to 1500 years ago.