For Cone 5/6
Made for dipping and pouring, Clayscapes glazes have been developed by potters for potters. They are easy to mix and use. They work well in combination with each other. They are lead-free, microwave, dishwasher, and food safe; however, Garden Green, Satin Black, and Copper Patina are not food appropriate.
Glaze test-tile shows the color you are ordering. Additional pictures are variations or combinations of different Clayscapes glazes when layering. Variations may occur and with all glazes - testing should be done prior to application to final pieces.
All dinnerware manufacturers should test both for clay vitrification and glaze safety using their processes - see safety data sheet(s) from manufacturer.
Tableware producers must test all finished ware to establish dinnerware status, due to possible variations in firing temperature and contamination.
1 pound of dry glaze makes approximately 1 pint wet mixed depending upon particular glaze.
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- Cranberry is a new favorite glaze brought to us by Jessica Putnam Phillips of Clayshare.com!
- This glaze looks great at cone 5-7.
- Cranberry is a glossy, pinkish-red glaze that grows micro-crystalline flakes on the surface.
- Comes in jars made for brushing - all you need to do is add water and mix. For best results when brushing apply 2-3 coats of glaze. Add 14 ounces (414 milliliters) of water for 1 Jar of Cranberry, let the glaze sit overnight and re-mix in the morning. Recommended to sieve this glaze.
- Also comes in bulk dry mix blends perfect for dipping. Add 14 ounces of water per dry pound of glaze - this amount of water works for New York; you may need to adjust for your water. Recommend letting sit overnight. 11-inch hydrometer reading = 1.45; 6-inch hydrometer reading = 45.
- Sieving this glaze is recommended for both the brushable jar mix as well as for the dipping blend.