5 lbs. Celadon Glaze (Light Blue) Cone 10 Oxidation
Description: This is an excellent glaze for carving and incising. And, it's an excellent "liner glaze" for any of the cone 10 oxidation crystal glazes. Stable and food safe. You'll get the truest color if it's applied over a porcelain (or white) clay body.
Mixing: Add water and screen thru an 80 mesh screen twice. You'll want to have it at 48-50 on a hydrometer when it's applied to bisque that's been fired to cone 08.
Application: Can be dipped or sprayed. Food Safe.
Firing: This glaze works at cone 10 in Oxidation and Reduction. These glazes will yield a different color when fired in reduction.
Food Safe Application Instructions: This glaze is stable over Coleman Porcelain when fired to cone 10 reduction or oxidation. If you apply it to other clay bodies you'll want to wait a couple of days after it's come out of a glaze firing and check to see if it has any tiny little cracks in the glaze which indicate this glaze doesn't "fit" the clay body. It there are no "crazed" cracks in the surface of the glaze it's food safe. And, you can email me with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: We recommend you test your glazes and take notes before glazing a lot of work. Many things can affect how a glaze goes on and how it looks: from the clay body to the thickness of the walls to the temperature it's bisque fired to. If you have any questions you can email me at email@example.com
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