Sheffield Pottery is extremely pleased to offer the stunning Clayscapes Glazes. These are designed for amazing results on stoneware and porcelain for cone 5 and cone 6 electric kiln firing. With the provided mixing instructions and hydrometer readings, expect excellent results. Your results will vary someone from the shown examples because of differences in clay types and your firing.
Try layering Clayscapes glazes for unlimited unique glaze effects. (Plate shown right has Wheat, Turquoise Rain, and Arctic Blue over Starry Night. Plates shown below : Small plate : Coastal Blue, Cream and Garden Green. Larger plate: Coastal Blue and cream over Clinton Red)
These glazes ship free to all of the USA including Alaska and Hawaii ! They are very economical as the ship in dry form in 5, 10, and 25 pound increments. They include easy mixing instructions with suggested specific gravity hydrometer readings for perfect glazes every time !
How much glaze will 5 pounds dry make?
5 pounds dry will make a bit more than a gallon. 10 pounds makes about a half of a 5 gallon bucket.
Prices shown on products below are for 5 pounds dry. Save 10% when you order 10 pounds, save 20% when you order 20 pounds, and save 30% when you order 50 or more pounds ! . Save 15%, 25% and 40% on the Brooklyn Series Glazes with 10, 20 and 50 pound discounts ! Use the "Quantity Discounts" button to see the discounted prices.
glaze is formulated for dipping or pouring applications. If you want to
use this glaze for brushing you will need to add CMC or commercial
brushing media such as this one from Spectrum : Spectrum-Glaze-1070-Brushing-Media-Pint .
Pottery Glazes are beautiful and unique. They are well tested and ship
with mixing instructions with specific gravity / hydrometer reading.
Using a hydrometer went mixing your glazes, you ensure yourself a
consistent mix with the correct amount of water every time. You can click here to add a suitable hydrometer to your order : General Purpose Hydrometer.
For all of the Clayscapes Glazes mixing and application instructions and tips click here !