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Scarva Raw Materials Copper Carbonate RM1305 From £3.71
A less powerful colouring stain than copper oxide but is able to disperse through a glaze more uniformly and is used where the slight speckle of the oxide is not desired. 3-7%
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There are 4 reviews with an average rating of 4.75
Brendan from United KingdomOwner11 November 2013 11:19
Requiring some copper carbonate, I decided to register with Scarva Pottery. The registering process was straightforward with no problems encountered. I quickly ordered the copper carbonate and it arrived, intact, a few days later. The box even included a bag of sweets! How did Davey Maybin know about my three year old son? The man has all angles covered. He's a genius!
katherine from United KingdomOwner09 May 2014 14:26
It works ok, the powders very light compared to others I've used. I've used it as oxide wash- on greenware/ bisqueware /under glaze /on glaze /in slip, no matter what I've tried I cant seem to get any form of green...
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Valerio from Italy asks
Are your oxides/carbonates/other salts in your raw material section pure products? Are there additives? I need the pure substances.
Carrie from United Kingdom asks
I’m looking for copper oxide to make into a watercolour paint - i have been making my own by oxidising old copper pipes but now need a larger quantity- is this just pure copper Oxide ( verdigris) or does it have anything else in it ?
Lynsey from United Kingdom asks
Hi I would like some more information on this product. Do you have any examples of what this looks like when fired. How is it used? Is there a visual example of all your oxides once fired, just like your glazes. What temperature do you recomend oxides be fired at? Can they be fired at the same time as a glaze?