Spectrum’s 1153 Textured Cobalt is a cone 5/6 stoneware glaze that produces a glossy blue-and-green surface. One of Spectrum’s reactive glazes, it's lead-free and food-safe. (This glaze exceeds the vanadium and/or copper threshold limit in its liquid, unfired state and therefore is not non-toxic. However, it is food-safe if fired to the proper temperature.) Formulated to react during firing, its final appearance depends on temperature, glaze thickness and the composition of the clay body being used. 1100 Stoneware Glazes are available in wet formats and are suitable for brush application. Be careful when using this on vertical surfaces, as it may run. Use fewer coats towards the bottom of the piece.
Mayco Stoneware Matte Clear glaze is matte at cone 5 - 6. It can be fired to cone 9 or 10 but becomes shiny.
Desert Sand fires to a glossy, tan color. It flows over texture to expose the clay beneath and pools to an opaque, creamy tan. Some streaking may occur when it...
Spectrum’s 1113 Milk & Honey is a cone 5/6 reactive stoneware glaze: lead-free, non-toxic and food-safe. It's available in wet formats, and is suitable for brush application. During the firing cycle, it...