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Enamel is a type of decorative coating that is applied to the surface of metal watch components to create a smooth, glossy finish. It is made from a mixture of powdered glass and a binder, which is applied to the surface of the metal and then fired at a high temperature to create a durable, hard finish. Enamel can be applied to a wide range of metal surfaces, including gold, silver and steel, and it is available in a wide range of colours and finishes.