Terracolor 662 Verdigris Green From  £12.60

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Rating: 4.37 Based on 8 Reviews
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Chris from United KingdomOwner09 July 2013 16:39
Excellent consistent firing results.
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Anonymous from United KingdomOwner22 May 2016 16:05
Fab colour and excellent effects but also very runny, so need to be vigilant in applying
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Gayatri  from United KingdomOwner30 July 2018 20:13
It has a Matt finish and a lovely textured look to the glazed pots. Very easy painted on, good texture
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Brad from United KingdomOwner13 May 2019 12:46
Excellent Product - will purchase again
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Tommy b from United KingdomOwner03 March 2017 19:13
Nice colour but tends to run a lot at 1250 and above so be carefull
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Deborah from United KingdomOwner14 May 2020 15:55
This is a lovely dark green matt glaze. However it must applied thickly or the colour ends up being a moss green rather than forest. Fired at 1250 my green corresponds with the rear vase. no dark speckles on mine
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Anonymous from United KingdomOwner14 June 2020 11:31
This is a glaze which is very popular in my pieces, and I have had many effects from muted green-browns to quite vibrant green with a beautiful verdigris effect. Nice and stable, nice effect when layered with sandstone 625. Highly recommend
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Anonymous from United KingdomOwner11 September 2019 23:23
1220 with a 15 minute soak caused the glaze to run 3cm on every single pot, ruined 2 kiln shelves.
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