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Terracolor 5124 Verdigris Effect Green Powder From £20.46
Terracolor Powder Earthenware Glazes are a more cost effective and faster approach to glazing a larger volume of pots. Simply mix the powder with water and pass through a sieve to create a dipping glaze. It is important to note that especially on speckled glazes the residue left in the sieve should be returned to the glaze as this is what creates the speckled effect.
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
We would recommend using approximately 700-800mls of water to 1000grams of powdered glaze
This glaze is also available in ready made brush-on.
There are 6 reviews with an average rating of 4.50
Duncan from United KingdomOwner29 July 2013 15:30
One of the best glazes that Terracolor make and fires exactly as the sample depicted.
To get best results follow this routine,
stir thoroughly and apply a generous coat.
Stir again and apply a second coat.
Ditto a third time.
The key here is to stir and be liberal with each coat.
Sue from United KingdomOwner01 March 2018 20:31
I mix this according to the instructions, and it turns out reliably. It breaks effectively on textured pots.Last time I fired it to 1085C, a bit above the recommended range of 1020-1080, but it was still ok.
Sarah from United Kingdom asks
Im a novice struggling with glazing. Can you give me a guide to how much water to glaze powder to use for dipping for this glaze and the Rockpool glaze? Thank you
Michael from United Kingdom asks
Are these powder glazes for earthenware also successful on earthstone and St Patrick clays? I use these clays for slip casting. Thanks
Holly from United Kingdom asks
Hi there, Is this glaze food safe?