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Spectrum 1200 series High Fire Glazes Cone 9-10 Spectrum 1400 series Shino Glazes 4-6 Spectrum 1420 Series Electric Kiln Ash Glazes 4-6
Spectrum 1460 series Celadons and Semi-Transparent Glazes 4-6 Spectrum 1500 series NOVA Stoneware Dipping Glazes 4-6 Spectrum 2200 series Industrial Strength Ceramic Stains
Spectrum 500 Series UNDERGLAZES Spectrum 700 series Low Fire Opaque Gloss Glazes Spectrum 800 series Low Fire Semi-Transparent Glazes
Spectrum 850 Series Raku Glazes Spectrum 900 series Low Fire Low Stone Glazes Spectrum Glaze 1100 series Stoneware Glazes 4-6
Spectrum Glaze Additives 1070 - 1072 Spectrum Glaze Crystals CR01 - CR12 Spectrum Glazes 300 series Majolica Colors
Spectrum Low Fire Metallic Glazes Spectrum Pottery Glazes Usage and Tips Spectrum Raised Accent Colors RAC1 - RAC16
Spectrum Glazes

Here you can order online a great variety of easy to use Spectrum pottery glazes.

Spectrum Glazes is unique among ceramic glaze suppliers in that we focus exclusively on producing the highest quality, most colorful and diverse selection of fired finishes available anywhere. All of our energies are devoted to manufacturing glazes and other ceramic coatings. Our formulations have been developed over our 20 years in business with careful attention to detail, backed by our on-going commitment to thorough testing of materials and every batch of finished product. All of our products use ceramic frits and stains as their principal ingredients. This provides superior appearance and consistency of results over other products made primarily from raw materials, such as minerals and metal oxides. We also use a higher percentage of stains in our formulae which gives greater intensity, brightness, and depth of color to our glazes, underglazes, etc.

We take great pride in our products and hope that you will get as much satisfaction from using them as we do from making them.
Spectrum Glazes was established in 1979 by Robert Arnfield who utilized his 25 years of experience in the glass industry in developing the initial glaze formulations.
Spectrum Glazes