These lead-free glazes are perfect for classroom settings to spark creativity and help students achieve unusual and beautiful effects.
Glazes should be fired at Cone 06-05 (
Overdrift Glaze — Cone 06-05. This is a frosty white glaze with a heavy consistency that renders a cascade of white floats when applied over or under a glaze. When used in combination glaze techniques, its strong white opacity partially modifies the color tint of the base glaze. It's also excellent for use on red clay. Overdrift can be thinned as necessary. 4 oz (118 ml) jar.
Snowfluff Glaze — Cone 06–05. This is a white foaming texture glaze that is completely matte. It can be mixed with silica sand and other products for unusual and colorful effects, or tinted with Amaco Liquid Underglazes or Amaco Velvets into rich pastel shades. It's excellent for base glaze in majolica techniques and for sgraffito designs on greenware using brushing or sponging methods. Snowfluff has the consistency of heavy cream and can be thinned. 4 oz (118 ml) jar.
White Pebble Glaze — Cone 06–05. This glaze breaks up into a pattern resembling pearl tapioca after firing. It can be used under, over, or between other glazes for interesting effects, or tint it with Amaco Liquid Underglazes or Amaco Velvets. White Pebble is excellent for design work. 4 oz (118 ml) jar.
White Crawl Glaze — Cone 06–05. This glaze "crawls" into irregular patterns when fired, depending on the thickness of the application. It can also be used over, or tinted with, Amaco Velvets and Liquid Underglazes for beautiful effects. 16 oz (473 ml) jar.
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