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Here you will find a comprehensive selection of commercial pottery glazes all with FREE SHIPPING* !! Select category by brand above. *Note: Free Shipping offer applies to in-stock ceramic glazes only. Free Shipping on glazes includes Alaska and Hawaii except for glazes that ship in gallons or pails.
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Sheffield Pottery offers the complete line of Amaco Glazes and underglazes. Be sure to try the beautiful and highly economical Clayscapes dry cone 6 glazes. We have a massive inventory of low and high-fire Spectrum Glazes including a line of cone 10 glazes. Customer favorite Coyote Cone 6 glazes are available for online ordering in both pints and dry form. For a versatile low and mid-fire glaze be sure to try our Mayco Stoke and Coats glazes. We stock the full line of of the gorgeous, cone 5/6 Opulence Glazes by Mid-South.

We offer a wide selection of reduction look glazes for low fire ceramics and for cone 5/6 firing. Teachers and schools order with confidence from our wide selection of the AP certified classroom-safe lead-free glazes. We even offer amazing raku glazes and much more !

Marie Cowen Glazing PotteryMany of our offerings are available in dry form or premixed pints, and gallons.

If there is a glaze you need but don't see here, please email or call us at 888.774-2529.

Ceramic glaze orders will ship via speedy and UPS ground or US Postal depending on your location.

If you make your own glazes please see our Albany Slip Substitute and Raw Materials sections.


Shown right: Sheffield Pottery co-founder Marie Cowen decorating a Wedding Plate. First published in Redbook Magazine 1949.

Pottery Glazes