Terracolor 5116 Metallic Gold From £12.65
Terracolor Brush-On Earthenware Glazes are available ready to use straight from the jar, simply stir well then apply three coats to your bisque pieces. Glaze will dry quickly allowing you to move them to the kiln for firing. For best results fire 1040°C with a 30 minute soak on a computerised controller.
Firing range - 1020 - 1080°C (Cone 05 - 04)
Glaze Finish: Glossy
This glaze is also available in powder form.
There are 4 reviews with an average rating of 4.50
Frances from United KingdomOwner24 March 2017 13:10
On buff clay one layer is enough! lovely colour, not too 'blingy' on black clay 2-3 coats or white slip on area to be covered, will be using it for my pots at 'firedigpottery.co.uk
Gill Connolly from United KingdomOwner19 August 2012 13:27
I am using this glaze on beads and it is perfect. It behaves itself in the kiln and provides a really natural look.
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Eva from United Kingdom asks
Can I used this glaze on porcelain?
Louisa from United Kingdom asks
Hi there, I am wondering if you have any idea how this might turn out from a raku firing? I am wanting a precise area of gold on a raku pot... thanks
Lisa from United Kingdom asks
Used this to 1050 over bisque fired terracotta, it came out dark brown, no hint of gold or metallic. Mixed as per instructions possibly a bit light with my brushing but even the thicker edge areas were not as expected. Any suggestions ?
Gemma Swan from United Kingdom asks
I was wondering if you could use this metallic glaze for decoration over a clear glaze, that fired to the same temperature. What I want to do is put spots and lines of the gold onto jewellery. If I glazed a piece and then dotted the metallic colour on the unfired glaze would the gold sit on the top of the transparent or would it run into it when it was fired? Basically, I am trying to use it like a lustre but without a second firing. Am I trying to be too clever and the metallic glaze isn't designed for this or might it be possible? Or do you have another product that would be better? Many thanks. Gemma