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Scarva Nano Colours NK01 Transparent Earthenware Crackle Glaze From £13.32
SCARVA Nano Earthenware Crackle Glazes were developed in the Scarva laboratory. They are ideal for creating an aged/antique effect. Simply apply glaze, fire, then rub Indian ink onto glazed surface to intensify the crackle effect. For best results leave glazed vessel after firing for at least 48 hours to allow crackle effect to develop.
Nano Earthenware Crackle Glazes use no lead in their manufacture so are ideal for the classroom and studio. All 9 quality colours are offered in powder or brush on form.
• Extremely cost effective
• 9 pastel colours
• Lead Free
For best results fire to orton cone 04 or 1040°C with a 30 minute soak on a computerised controller.
Firing range: 1020-1060°C
Glaze Finish: Glossy
Crackle glazes are not suitable for food use.
There are 3 reviews with an average rating of 5.00
Charlie Seye from United KingdomOwner20 February 2013 10:34
I spent a lot of time agonising over the pre-mixed brush-on version of this glaze (as opposed to the powdered form). In the end, having tried both, I'm glad I went for the pre-mix!! Excellent consistency, brushes out with a minimum of effort and three coats fired to a beautifully crackled glaze.
Glaze dries to a firm coating, giving safe handling for loading the kiln. Excellent product - the consistency and saved labour (and mess) makes this well worth the extra money. Hard to imagine using anything else now!!
Meg from United Kingdom08 July 2019 05:42
It crackles beautifully. I did 2 coats of it over a hand painted cobolt design that had been biscuit fired and unfortunately it caused the cobolt design to run. I tried it again with only 1 coat and the cobolt design was fine and it still crackled really well.
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Carol from United Kingdom asks
Is it ok to add a coloured glaze to the clear crackle glaze ?
Jane from United Kingdom asks
What is the approximate dilution for this powder?