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 produces an opaque, textured surface that is brighter on white clays than on darker ones - the final appearance is dependent on firing temperature, glaze thickness and the composition of the clay body being used. This sample tile has 3 coats of glaze brushed on a white clay and was fired to cone 5 in an electric kiln.
Oatmeal is a cone 6 glaze that fires as its name suggests: glossy, off-white flecked with dark brown specks.
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...
Yellow fires to a bright glossy yellow at mid-range temperatures.