Low Fire Glazes (cone 06-04)
Choice and Teacher's Pallet
new line of Duncan glazes designed for limited budgets. 8
colors come in gallons. They are economical because they
aren't super pigmented. 16 additional super pigmented
colors come in gallons and may be used to tint the
gallons. All colors can be mixed and matched to achieve an
unlimited color pallet. GREAT FOR SCHOOLS
Pure Brilliance Clear Glaze
New Duncan Clear Glaze. Non-leaded, non-toxic, crystal
glazes are fritted, leadless compositions. They are
semi-opaque and fire with a high gloss. Colors are more
intense and brilliant than those of many other glazes.
Because they are leadless, they are recommended for functional
ware. GREAT FOR SCHOOLS Apply to cone 04
bisque by brushing, dipping or pouring; fire to cone 05.
cousin to Duncan's popular Gloss Glazes. They work with a
variety of decorating techniques and produce a distinctively
smooth and elegant appearance in colors ranging from opaque to
transparent. Envisions move very little during firing, so
apply them with smooth, even strokes. Most colors may be
mixed together to create custom colors with no changes in
application or performance. All are safe for use on food
containers. Transparent and opaque.
Opaque and transparent colors characterize this popular LG Gloss
Glaze series. These glazes flow during firing to a high
gloss while correcting most application defects. Because
of their flexibility, good results can be obtained on many
clays. Some colors contain lead.
Gloss Decorating Colors have been developed specifically to
produce the Majolica technique. Each of these can be
applied directly over unfired Amaco Opaque White glaze (LG11.)
The special formulation means that no clear covering glaze is
necessary. Colors will fire glossy and assume the smooth
surface of the white base glaze. In addition to the
Majolica technique, these can be used for over all coverage or
to design over the bisque with no additional glaze over or under
it. All are lead free, and have tested dinnerware safe
alone and over Amaco LG11. They will also product
excellent results when used over most of the LG, F, LM and DG
series, but have not been tested for dinnerware safety. In
liquid form all are AP Non-Toxic. Semi-transparent.
Designer Glazes new! DG
New Designer Glazes™
get their name from Fashion Couture! Fabrics, textures, colors!
It is all about a high-end look for your home and creativity!
Colors break. Duncan
Designer Glazes™ work in perfect harmony with other Duncan
glazes and underglazes as well as in combination with each other
for dramatic results. All non-toxic.
Glazes may be used on any clay, but they develop their greatest
opalescence and most interesting textures when applied to red
clay. Most have a high gloss with an iridescence similar
to mother-of-pearl. Best results are achieved with three
or four applications of glaze. On textured ware, the glaze
flows thin on relief and thick in incised areas, giving an added
dimension on the surface. May be used in Raku firing.
May give interesting effects at high temperatures. Opaque and dinnerware safe.
Opaque Gloss 700's
glossy. Non-toxic and dinnerware safe. INCLUDING NEW 748 Fire Engine
Red (It's Guaranteed!)
Low Fire Glazes from Spectrum designed to look like high fired
stoneware. Lead free and dinnerware safe.
Translucent and opaque.
and white matte glazes. These
glazes are all non-toxic, dinnerware safe, and overglaze
LM Matt Glaze Series is one of the most pleasing for decorative
art pottery. Because these glazes move very little in the
glaze firing, they are excellent for creative design work and
controlled glazing techniques. These glazes are all
non-toxic and dinnerware safe. Most colors are opaque.
smooth, unique stone-like surface when fired over a Cone 04
bisque. The ST glaze series flows a little in the firing,
settling in the crevices and towards the bottom of a vertical
surface. Therefore, when applied over a textured surface
they will produce antique-like variations or a weathered and
worn out look on the higher relief areas of the piece.
Special Effects (glossy and matte)
05 oxidation glazes that look like high fired reduction
stoneware. They can be fired over any earthenware clay;
however they look their best over dark or red firing clay.
The color in the clay will partially show through the texture
and add another color dimension to the glaze. These glazes
will look completely different depending on the clay they are
Spectrum Raised Accent Colors
based colors (or engobes) which are available in applicator pens
with a fine metal tip for decorating on greenware or bisque.
They create embossed or raised designs on ceramic decorative
work because the colors do not flatten out when they are fired.
Magic Flow MF
line of flowing glaze that simulates reduction Ash
glazes for raised design effects over and under nonmoving glazes
and over each other. Non-toxic, but not recommended
for use on food containers due to raised surface.
Specialty SY, AN
Metallic Glazes with a slight
filigree effect. Use for solid coverage or
accenting. Snow produced billowy white texture that
simulates snow, ocean foam, clouds, etc. Antique
Blue is a rich, medium blue with metallic
& Crackles CR
special effects glazes are among the easiest to use and create
some of the most dazzling effects. Crackle glazes create random hairline cracks with interesting
patterns. They allow some clay color to show through
the glaze. They are non-toxic but not recommended for
dinnerware. The remaining glazes feature opaque gloss
colors with embedded color crystals that melt and run during the
firing process. Each firing results in unique and magical
flow patterns that give these glazes their magical appeal.
Non-toxic and dinnerware safe.
glazes are for the potter who dares to try something novel.
Multi-color effects can be subtle as with #32, which fires to a
creamy yellow peppered with rich brown, or they can be flashy
like the red, white and blue of #54. No two pieces will
ever be alike, but all will be unique. These liquid glazes
consist of a basic color with the addition of one or more
crystals of contrasting colors.
Crystals fan out on flat horizontal surfaces and run on vertical
pieces. Many are lead free and dinnerware safe.
Art Glazes are self-antiquing matte glazes that result in rich
varied color. No two firings will give exactly the same
results. They work well with Concepts Underglazes for
Textured Alligator Glazes, no two pieces are ever alike due to
the many variations in texture which occur in firing.
Variegated matt textures predominate at the lower firing
temperatures and gloss textures at the higher with a mingling of
matt and gloss between the extremes. Apply to bisque or
greenware by brushing, pouring or dipping. Some are
dinnerware safe and non-toxic.
L, SP, AR
A white foaming type
texture glaze and completely matte. It can
be tinted into rich pastel shades. Can be applied over, under or between unfired glazes for
unusual texture combinations.
Has a pebbly appearance as it breaks up
into a pattern resembling pearl tapioca after firing. Overdrift:
An opaque, frosty white glaze, heavy in
consistency. It is indispensable in combination glaze techniques. It renders a cascade of white
floats when applied over or under a glaze.
Lustre and Metallics:
Provide the metallic look
of hard steel and the high brilliance of lustre.
Textured and produce a unique
carved effect when fired. Designed for use over gloss and matte unfired
glazes, Arroya glazes are best applied with a fully loaded fan blender for
all-over coverage or with a sponge using a pouncing method.
Old World Crackle Glazes
| Formulated to produce a network of
cracks on the fired ware similar to crazing. To emphasize the crackle
after firing, swab the fine lines with colored inks. Recommended for use
on decorative items only as it does not seal the surface of the ware as other
glazes do. They work well for raku too.
or more colors of crystals can be added to a base glaze for
exciting results. Each piece of pottery is one-of-a-kind,
never to be duplicated. Apply the crystals by placing them
where desired on the piece while the glaze is still wet.
When fired, the crystals flow into the base glaze.
Glaze Crystals are lead-free and food safe when fired to a minimum cone
06. These crystals are very versatile and can be used successfully
from cone 06 to cone 6. They can be used with
any glaze in this firing range to produce a great variety of different
appearances. They can also be intermixed. Many beautiful
combinations of two or more colored crystals on your choice of glaze
background can be used.
| These oxide pens
contain various oxides, such as copper oxide, cobalt oxide, etc, suspended in
water with small quantities of additives such as frit which improves their
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