The cool tones of Blue Lagoon break milky green and pool into light blue shallows when applied over deep texture. When heavier coats are applied this allows the glaze to float up and create interesting surface variations similar to tides in a blue lagoon.
Tableware producers must test all finished ware to establish dinnerware status, due to possible variations in firing temperature and contamination.
Cream is a glossy, opaque off-white glaze with some small light-yellow specking. This glaze comes dry and is made for dipping and pouring for cone...View full product details
A Jessica Putnam Phillips glaze. Jess's Chun Blue is a translucent, robin's egg blue that breaks well over texture. This glaze comes dry and is...View full product details
Hydrometer's are used to measure the specific gravity in a glaze. If you use a hydrometer you can make your glaze to the exact same...View full product details