Aqua is an opaque, glossy blue-green glaze that breaks over texture.
These jars of glaze are made for brushing, should be fired to cone 5/6 and contain 1 pound of dry powdered glaze. The brushing media has already been added so all you need to do is add water - shake and mix. For best results, apply 2-3 coats of glaze.
Tableware producers must test all finished ware to establish dinnerware status, due to possible variations in firing temperature and contamination.
Cream is a glossy, opaque off-white glaze with some small light-yellow specking. This glaze comes dry and is made for dipping and pouring for cone...View full product details
A Jessica Putnam Phillips glaze. Jess's Chun Blue is a translucent, robin's egg blue that breaks well over texture. This glaze comes dry and is...View full product details
Hydrometer's are used to measure the specific gravity in a glaze. If you use a hydrometer you can make your glaze to the exact same...View full product details