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Scarva Liquid Metals & Lustres LML14 Bright Gold From £24.12
Firing temperature: 700-800°C
Set the controller for 100°C per hour - no soak
There are 11 reviews with an average rating of 5.00
Vero from United KingdomOwner08 July 2019 14:45
It's the first time I've used lustres and I was very apprehensive. However, once I cleaned the pieces with alcohol, ensured I was working in a clean and undisrupted space, I applied the gold, fired the pieces and was totally wowed by the results!
It's the most expensive product I've ever used on ceramics, so I'll be using it sparingly, but I absolutely love the result :D
Ian from United KingdomOwner02 October 2016 12:50
Excellent and consistent product. Produces an even lustre if firing instructions are followed. Remarkable amount of ware can be decorated from a relatively small amount of lustre - works very well with the thinners for banding or detailed painting.
Carlos from United Kingdom asks
Could you give more details about the composition of this item? How much grams of gold is inside a 2g bottle? The gold used is 24 carat? Thanks!
Sandra from United Kingdom asks
Do I need to vent the kiln when using the platinum and gold lustres and for how long?
Blake from United Kingdom asks
I'm putting this over porcelain. Do put this on after bisque firing? Or do I need to put this on after the item has been glaze fired?
Geoff from United Kingdom asks
How many coats do I need to apply?
Lucy from United Kingdom asks
Firing temperature says between 700 & 800 degrees - if I'm using this lustre on glazed porcelain would you recommend firing closer to the 800 mark? or should this lustre still work at 700 degrees?
Karen from United Kingdom asks
Is gold lustre food safe?
Jackie from United Kingdom asks
Can this medium be painted on eggshells and left to dry without firing? Thank you.
stephen from United Kingdom asks
LM14 Gold Lustre. I propose to apply the lustre to white glazed porcelain and then fire it to 775 degrees C as prescribed. Is it necessary to thin the lustre or apply it as supplied?
Meg Burkill from United Kingdom asks
I'm thinking of applying this over a crackle glaze, will this be ok?
Gabriele from United Kingdom asks
Good Afternoon, I recently bought your Lustre. Could you pl advise me how to fire your gold lustre? what the temperature and how long in the kiln? Can I fire it with decals? Pl let me know Thank you Very much Gabriele
Margaret from United Kingdom asks
Hello, is it necessary to clean the glazed surface with alcohol before applying this? if it is what type of alcohol do you recommend?
mimmi from Sweden asks
How much gold is it in the Scarva Gold lustre? How big is the difference between this lustre compared to the self-burnishing one?
sinead from Ireland asks
How long can i leave the painted piece before firing?
Mimmi from Sweden asks
Can this be used on glass?