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Stoneware Classic glazes are friendly to the user in application, layering and firing. Many glazes will break over textures, revealing secondary colors and shades. The choice of clay body, thickness of glaze application, firing process and temperature will affect the fired results.


 

Cone: 5 - 10

Image: Cone 6 (fired flat, in oxidation, on a white clay body)
Finish:

* Cone 6 oxidation: Eggplant is an opaque, gloss purple glaze. Three coats will create a solid purple finish. Thinner applications may result in the development of blue-gray coloring. Blue-gray colors may also develop where the glaze breaks over and around surface textures

* Cone 10 reduction: Color changes to blue.

 

TIP: A light blue can form on top of Eggplant where it pools; surface textures also encourage the glaze to break blue. It is beautiful used in combination with other glazes.


Dinnerware Safe: Yes (When properly applied and fired to proper cone)

 

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* Tuesday to Friday from 10am to 3pm. (Extended hours are common until 7pm but please check with us before to make sure we will be opened).

* Saturdays from 11am to 3pm.

    SW-134 - Eggplant

    SKU : 097539194850
    25,00C$Prix
    Rupture de stock
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