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Scarva GZ2214 Iron Reactive Glaze £10.28
GZ2214 is a cone 9 stoneware glaze developed to react with iron in the clay body. Bodies with a higher iron content will react more readily with the glaze, creating a beautiful reddish brown effect highlighting iron speckles. Bodies with lower iron content will yield a whiter glaze with fewer flecks.
• Firing range: 1200-1280°C
• Finish: Glossy
The image shown is of SP90 Burren and of SW10 V9A showing how the glaze reacts with different amounts of Iron in the clay bodies.
There are 4 reviews with an average rating of 4.25
Primrose de United KingdomPropriétaire19 July 2019 19:31
I absolutely love this glaze! Its very reliable, and the results have always been better than I could have hoped. On the buff Stoneware body that I predominantly use, it tends to come out a richer, redder russet with so many delightful speckles. I fire to 1250. I apply one thin coat only - more of a wash - and it always comes out of the kiln wonderfully smooth to the touch and very pleasing to the eye. If applied thicker, it tends to be whiter with very few speckles.
Emma de United KingdomPropriétaire11 December 2019 16:34
I've used this glaze a few times now on craft crank and white stoneware. Where it is thin it looks just like the image above, rust orange especially on raised detail. On the parts of my sculptures where they got a double dip or the glaze pooled inside the glaze is a soft creamy white.
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Susanne de Sweden asks
Is this glaze food-safe/suitable for tablewere? Kind regards Susanne
Polly de United Kingdom asks
Hello – to make this up as a brushing glaze, can I use water and universal medium, or do I need to buy Glaze Medium, which is what the label on the bag says to use? If the latter, it would be very helpful to have that highlighted on the product page so customers know to order both at the same time! Thanks so much
Jesse Wine de United Kingdom asks
Hi, Could this glaze be used for single firing? thanks