Whilst Emile Galle initially experimented with enamel on glass and moved on, the Daum brothers took to enamel on glass with great gusto. During the Art Nouveau period, a large chunk of commercially made Daum used enamel to give their cameo glass a colour palette and contrast that could not be reached through pure glass alone. Daum, as a studio, still continues to this day but now predominately uses the pate-de-verre technique that they revived in the 1900s. However, nothing quite compares to the techniques and beauty of Daum made throughout the Art Nouveau period.