Enamelling is the art of enameling or enameling, which has a history of about five thousand years and is considered a handicraft. Today, this art is mostly done on copper, but it can also be done on gold, silver, and pottery. Gold is the only metal that does not oxidize when the enamel melts, so it makes it possible to execute a design with as much detail and resemblance as possible on the enamel, while copper and silver enamels do not have this quality. The enamel worked on gold is the art of the Sabeans, who live in the city of Ahvaz and are known as Sabish gold. Enamel is formed from a combination of metal oxides and several types of salts in the presence of high temperatures (750 to 850 ° C) that colors the color over time and based on temperature. Today in Iran, the center of production of enamel utensils in Isfahan and enamel jewelry in Ahvaz is and prominent masters are engaged in the production of enamel works.