Perfect for potters looking for something unusual, Chocolate Crawl glaze has a rough texture, similar to tree bark. Achieving this effect requires applying it thickly, until the surface of the glaze cracks before firing. It...
When fired in a regular cycle, Mars Red Iron is a deep, brownish red. The slower it's cooled, the more intense it becomes.Coyote's Constellation glazes are designed to perform equally...
Walnut is a glossy, opaque brown glaze. One of Laguna's Moroccan Sand Glazes which offer a broad selection of gloss, mottled and matt finishes in warm stoneware colors. May be fired...
Brown Slate fires to cone 5. This glaze is lead-free and safe for use on food containers when fired properly.
Smokey Gray fires to cone 5. This glaze is lead-free and safe for use on food containers when fired properly.
AMACO's textured Arroya glazes can be used over gloss and matte unfired glazes to produce a unique "carved" effect when fired. They should be applied with a fully-loaded fan blender for...
Midnight Sky is a Low Stone cone 05/04 glaze with a satin finish that will break up to varying degrees. Lead-free and non-toxic when fired correctly.