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GLAZE TIPS & IMAGES

 

Eggplant with Black liner.

Glazing and Firing Tips, Suggestions, and Images.
Notes on each glaze.

Glazing
Some glazes are very runny while others are quite stable. Please see following list of info on each glaze. If you want to double dip glazes, only do so on the inside or the top half of the exterior. If your piece is glazed right to the foot, has double or triple dipped glaze on the whole piece or has glaze flaking off, it will probably run.

 

Basic Glazing Instructions

The trick to glazing is to get an even application of the correct thickness. Too thin and they can be ugly, too thick and they can be runny. Each glaze has a suggested number of coats listed below. Everybody brushes differently, so try a couple test pieces to see what works for you. Leave about 1/4" at the foot unglazed. All glazes move a little in the firing, and some are quite runny (see the list below for runny glazes). Always leave enough room for your glaze to flow some without sticking to the kiln shelf. Until you are familiar with a particular glaze, it is better to leave some extra room. Make sure that there is no glaze on the bottom of your piece; Glazes become molten glass in the kiln, so if there is any glaze on the bottom, or if it's too thick and runs, your pot will stick to the shelf. This will wreck your pot and your kiln shelves! Thoroughly mix the glaze just before you use it. We always quickly rinse our bisqueware right before we glaze. This washes off any dust, and makes the glaze brush and adhere better.

Dipping
  First, you want to apply wax resist to the foot of your pot and about 1/4" up the foot (where you don't want any glaze). Until you are familiar with a particular glaze, it is better to leave some extra room. Use a thin coat of wax. It works better and dries faster. Let the wax dry for at least 15 or 20 minutes before dipping a pot in glaze. To coat the whole piece in a single glaze, the easiest technique is to pick it up with a pair of glaze tongs, dip it in, count to three and pull it out. Make sure to empty it as you withdraw it. If you pull a bowl out still full of glaze it will weigh so much that the tongs will break through. Hold it upside down over the bucket to drain the excess glaze. There will probably be some glaze sticking to the waxed areas; wipe off what you can while you are holding it with the tongs. Set the piece down and let it dry. After it is dry enough to handle, turn it over and sponge off any glaze still remaining on the bottom. The foot must be perfectly clean before it can go in a kiln. If you double dip any glazes, it's best to only to dip the top half of the piece in the second glaze to avoid running onto the kiln shelf.

 

Brushing
For brushing, most glazes need 2 to 3 coats. It is easier to get even coverage if you brush the first coat side to side, then the next coat up and down. A soft, full brush works best for glazing, we prefer a 1" or 2" wide hake brush; it holds a lot of glaze, and gives a nice even coat.

 

Firing
These glazes work best when fired between cone 5 and 6 (Orton large cones), closer to cone 6 is better. If you use a kiln sitter you usually have to use a cone six in the sitter to achieve a good cone 5. For automatic kilns, we fire to cone 5 (fast) with a 15 to 30 minute hold: we usually want to see the cone 5 all the way over, and the cone 6 one half to three quarters of the way over.  Every kiln is different, so you may have to fine tune your firing to achieve the best results.

Coyote Cone Six Glazes

Alabaster Satin
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. A nice satin surface.

Alabaster satin and Mocha Shino

Almost Teal
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. A glossy surface. Nice under Archie's or Shino glazes.

Archie's Base over Almost Teal

Aqua
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) The Celadon family is a series of translucent glazes, ideal for underglaze decoration or textured surfaces.  Glossy surface, may craze on some clay bodies.

Archie’s Base
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Slightly runny, breaks tan to pink. Good over slips, underglazes and other glazes. Try it over Almost Teal, Chrome Green, etc. Satin to glossy surface. May shiver on some clay bodies, read the clay & glaze fit page for more information.

Baby Blue Satin
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. A nice satin surface.

Birch (Texas Two Step Overcoat)
Single dip (3 coats brushed) Texas Two Step glazes are a two-part system.  Put this overcoat on top of any of the Texas Two Step undercoats to create oil spots.  Thicker coats make bigger spots. Works best if the previous layers are completely dry.

Black
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. Nice under Shino or Archie's Base. A glossy surface.

Shino over Black

Black Crawl
The crawl glazes usually need several brushed coats. Apply a coat or two and let dry; repeat just until it you see some surface cracks starting to form on the piece when it's dry. If it starts to curl up and look like a dried up lake bed it is on too thick, it will probably flake and fall off.  Where the glaze is thicker, the crawl size is larger. Where thinner, the crawl size is smaller. Not recommended for food use. A textured, dry matt surface.

Blue Crawl
The crawl glazes usually need several brushed coats. Apply a coat or two and let dry; repeat just until it you see some surface cracks starting to form on the piece when it's dry. If it starts to curl up and look like a dried up lake bed it is on too thick, it will probably flake and fall off.  Where the glaze is thicker, the crawl size is larger. Where thinner, the crawl size is smaller. Not recommended for food use. A textured, dry matt surface

Blue Crawl

Blue Matt
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, light blue where thick, yellowish brown where thin. Not recommended for food use, may change color or texture. A matt surface.

Blue Moon (Texas Two Step Overcoat)
Single dip (3 coats brushed) Texas Two Step glazes are a two-part system.  Put this overcoat on top of any of the Texas Two Step undercoats to create oil spots.  Thicker coats make bigger spots. Works best if the previous layers are completely dry.

Blue Purple
Runny! Single Dip (2-3 coats brushed) Blue purple where thin, breaking to darker blue where thick. This glaze is very pretty if you dip the whole piece once, then dip the rim or the top third or so a second time (not the whole piece). Nice when overlapped with gun metal green, red gold or archies base. Great over cobalt blue or black. Satin to glossy surface. May shiver on some clay bodies, read the clay & glaze fit page for more information.

Blue Shino
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Fairly stable, medium blue where thick, breaks to black/brown over texture and where thin. A glossy surface.

Shino and Blue Shino

Brick Red (Texas Two Step Undercoat)
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Texas Two Step glazes are a two-part system.  Put any Texas Two Step overcoat on top of this undercoat to create oil spots.  Thicker coats make bigger spots. Works best if the previous layers are completely dry. Contains cadmium inclusion stain, food safe in our testing.

Bronze Temmoku
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Stable, combines well with other glazes, especially the satins.  Metallic bronze, breaking to black where thinner. Becomes much darker when there is more iron in the clay body.

Buttercup
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. A glossy surface. Contains cadmium inclusion stain, food safe in our testing.

Butterscotch Shino
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Stable, no running, breaks brown to orange over texture and where thin. Nice over texture, slips, underglazes and other glazes. Contains cadmium inclusion stain, food safe in our testing. A glossy surface.

Cactus Crawl
The crawl glazes usually need several brushed coats. Apply a coat or two and let dry; repeat just until it you see some surface cracks starting to form on the piece when it's dry. If it starts to curl up and look like a dried up lake bed it is on too thick, it will probably flake and fall off.  Where the glaze is thicker, the crawl size is larger. Where thinner, the crawl size is smaller. Not recommended for food use. A textured, dry matt surface.

Cactus Green
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Fairly stable, some running, some breaking. A glossy surface.

Cedar Shino
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Fairly stable, no running, breaks brown to orange over texture and where thin. Pinkish red color where thicker. Nice over texture, slips, underglazes and other glazes. Try it over black, really red, etc. A glossy surface. Contains cadmium inclusion stain, food safe in our testing.

Cerulean Satin
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. A nice satin surface.

Charcoal Satin
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. A nice satin surface.

Cherry Satin
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. A nice satin surface. Contains cadmium inclusion stain, food safe in our testing.

Chocolate Crawl
 
The crawl glazes usually need several brushed coats. Apply a coat or two and let dry; repeat just until it you see some surface cracks starting to form on the piece when it's dry. If it starts to curl up and look like a dried up lake bed it is on too thick, it will probably flake and fall off.  Where the glaze is thicker, the crawl size is larger. Where thinner, the crawl size is smaller. Not recommended for food use. A textured, dry matt surface

Chrome Green
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. Nice under Archie's Base. A glossy surface.

Archie's Base over Chrome Green

Cinnamon Stick
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. Red gold is very nice over Cinnamon. A glossy surface.

Red Gold over Cinnamon Stick

Clear
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. This glaze can get milky if applied too thickly. Good over Coyote Underglazes. A glossy surface.

Cobalt Blue
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. Nice under Oasis Blue, Mottled Blue, Shino, etc. A glossy surface 

Coffee Bean (Texas Two Step Undercoat)
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Texas Two Step glazes are a two-part system.  Put any Texas Two Step overcoat on top of this undercoat to create oil spots.  Thicker coats make bigger spots. Works best if the previous layers are completely dry.

Copper Blue
Runny! Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Light blue with some breaking. A glossy surface.

Coral Satin
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. A nice satin surface. Contains cadmium inclusion stain, food safe in our testing.

Crazed Copper
Can be runny. Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Apply a stable glaze like black to the bottom 1/3 of your pot, then overlap the Crazed Copper slightly. This helps to keep it from running. Fires translucent turquoise with lots of crazing. A glossy surface.

Creamy Matt
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Fairly stable, no running, no breaking. A matt surface.

Creamy Matt w/Specks
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Fairly stable, no running, no breaking. A matt surface with lots of speckles.

Croc Blue
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Fairly stable, some running, some breaking. A glossy surface.

Croc Crawl
The crawl glazes usually need several brushed coats. Apply a coat or two and let dry; repeat just until it you see some surface cracks starting to form on the piece when it's dry. If it starts to curl up and look like a dried up lake bed it is on too thick, it will probably flake and fall off.  Where the glaze is thicker, the crawl size is larger. Where thinner, the crawl size is smaller. Not recommended for food use. A textured, dry matt surface

Desert Sage
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Great glaze, very reliable. Fairly stable, no running, breaks to orange/brown where thin. A variant of the Shino family. A glossy surface.  

Desert Sage outside, Saturated Iron inside

Dusty Rose
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) The Celadon family is a series of translucent glazes, ideal for underglaze decoration or textured surfaces.  Glossy surface, may craze on some clay bodies. Contains cadmium inclusion stain, food safe in our testing.

Eggplant
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Fairly stable, some running, breaks to blue/green where thin. Very pretty glaze with lots of surface variety. A slower cooling results in more eggplant color, faster cooling gives more translucent blue/green colors. Nice over black and pansy purple. Satin to glossy surface. May shiver on some clay bodies, read the clay & glaze fit page for more information.

Eggplant vase

Eggshell
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. A glossy surface.

Espresso Bean
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Fairly stable, no running, breaks and streaks from dark brown to black with a pleasant waxy surface. A variant of the Shino family.

Fire Opal
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Fairly stable, some running, some breaking.
Contains cadmium inclusion stain, food safe in our testing.  A glossy surface.

Forest Satin
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. A nice satin surface.

Goldenrod Shino
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Fairly stable, no running, breaks dark yellow over texture and where thin. Golden tan color where thicker. Great glaze, very reliable, nice over texture, slips, underglazes and other glazes. A glossy surface.

Green Matt
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, some mottling and breaking.
Not recommended for food use, may change color or texture. A matt surface.

Green Shino
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Great glaze, very reliable. Fairly stable, can be runny if thick. Shiny metallic green, breaks to orange/brown where thin. Not recommended for food use, may change color or texture. A glossy surface.

Gun Metal Green
Runny! Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Breaks Green to Metalic Black where thick. Nice over other glazes like Cinnamon Stick and Black. Satin to glossy surface. May shiver on some clay bodies, read the clay & glaze fit page for more information.

Hazelnut Satin
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. A nice satin surface.

Ice Blue
Runny! Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Lighter blue breaks to darker blue where thick. Nice over other glazes like Cobalt and Black. Satin to glossy surface. May shiver on some clay bodies, read the clay & glaze fit page for more information.

Iron Matt
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, some mottling and breaking.
Not recommended for food use, may change color or texture. A matt surface.

JB’s Brown
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Fairly stable, some running, some breaking. A glossy surface.

Key Lime
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) The Celadon family is a series of translucent glazes, ideal for underglaze decoration or textured surfaces.  Glossy surface, may craze on some clay bodies.

Lapis Satin
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. A nice satin surface.

Lemon Cream Satin
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. A nice satin surface. Contains cadmium inclusion stain, food safe in our testing.

Leopard Shino
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Stable, no running, lots of breaking brown to orange over texture and where thin. Speckled cream to tan color where thicker. Great glaze, very reliable, nice over texture, slips, underglazes and other glazes. Try it over black, really red, cobalt blue, etc. A glossy surface.

Licorice (Texas Two Step Undercoat)
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Texas Two Step glazes are a two-part system.  Put any Texas Two Step overcoat on top of this undercoat to create oil spots.  Thicker coats make bigger spots. Works best if the previous layers are completely dry.

Light Blue
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed). Very stable, no running, no breaking. A glossy surface.

Light Blue Shino
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Fairly stable, no running, lots of breaking brown to orange over texture and where thin. Faded denim color where thicker. Great glaze, very reliable, nice over texture, slips, underglazes and other glazes. Try it over black, really red, cobalt blue, etc. A glossy surface.

Light Green Shino
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Fairly stable, no running, lots of breaking brown to orange over texture and where thin. Pale celery color where thicker. Great glaze, very reliable, nice over texture, slips, underglazes and other glazes. Try it over black, chrome green or almost teal. A glossy surface.

Light Shino
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Fairly stable, no running, lots of breaking brown to orange over texture and where thin. Great glaze, very reliable, nice over texture, slips, underglazes and other glazes. Try it over black, red, cobalt blue, etc. A glossy surface.

Marshmallow (Texas Two Step Overcoat)
Single dip (3 coats brushed) Texas Two Step glazes are a two-part system.  Put this overcoat on top of any of the undercoats to create oil spots. Thicker coats make bigger spots. Works best if the previous layers are completely dry.

Mint
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. A glossy surface. Nice under Gun Metal Green or Green Shino.

Mocha Shino
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Stable, no running, breaks brown over texture and where thin. Nice over texture, slips, underglazes and other glazes. Try it over black, really red, cobalt blue, etc. A matt to satin surface.

Mottled Blue
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Fairly stable, no running, some breaking. A very reliable glaze. Try it with Cobalt Blue under or over. A glossy surface.

Night Sky
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) The Celadon family is a series of translucent glazes, ideal for underglaze decoration or textured surfaces.  Glossy surface, may craze on some clay bodies.

Oasis Blue
Runny! Single Dip (2-3 coats brushed) Try it thicker on the inside of a bowl and thinner on the outside so it doesn't run. Nice blue with lots of breaking and depth. Good over slips, nice over Cobalt Blue. A high gloss surface.

Oatmeal
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking, lots of specks. A glossy surface.

Opal
Runny! Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Try it thicker on the inside of a bowl and thinner on the outside so it doesn't run. Nice semi-transparent varied blue with lots of breaking. A glossy surface. May shiver on some clay bodies, read the clay & glaze fit page for more information.

Orange
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking.
Contains cadmium inclusion stain, food safe in our testing.  A glossy surface.

Orchid Satin
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. A nice satin surface.

Oxblood
Single or double dip (4-5 coats brushed) Oxblood has components that cause it to reduce locally.  It is slightly runny, but needs to be quite thick to develop the red color, and may run under some firing conditions.  It tends to produce better color in low-oxygen conditions (i.e. a tightly packed kiln with all the peepholes closed). Tends to work better in a fast firing. This glaze is temperamental (as are all copper reds), but is worth some effort.

Pam's Blue
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Fairly stable, some running, lots of breaking from grey to blue to black. A glossy surface.

Pam's Green
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Fairly stable, some running, lots of breaking from green to brown to black. A glossy surface.

Pansy Purple
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. A glossy surface.

Peach Blush
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) The Celadon family is a series of translucent glazes, ideal for underglaze decoration or textured surfaces.  Glossy surface, may craze on some clay bodies.

Peacock Green
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) The Celadon family is a series of translucent glazes, ideal for underglaze decoration or textured surfaces.  Glossy surface, may craze on some clay bodies.

Pistachio Shino
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Stable, no running, breaks brown to orange over texture and where thin. Pistachio green color where thicker. Nice over texture, slips, underglazes and other glazes. A glossy surface.

Plum Shino
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Stable, no running, breaks brown to orange over texture and where thin. Pink/purple color where thicker. Nice over texture, slips, underglazes and other glazes. Contains cadmium inclusion stain, food safe in our testing. A glossy surface.

Pumpkin
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking.
Contains cadmium inclusion stain, food safe in our testing.  A glossy surface.

Rainy Day
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) The Celadon family is a series of translucent glazes, ideal for underglaze decoration or textured surfaces.  Glossy surface, may craze on some clay bodies.

Really Red
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. Screaming bright red! Contains cadmium inclusion stain, food safe in our testing. A glossy surface.

Red
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. Earthy brick red color. Contains cadmium inclusion stain, food safe in our testing. A glossy surface.

Red Gold
Runny! Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Breaks gold to red to blue where thick. Nice over other glazes like Cinnamon Stick and Black. Nice when overlapped with Gun Metal Green or Blue Purple, but those combinations are runny! Satin to glossy surface. May shiver on some clay bodies, read the clay & glaze fit page for more information.

Red Orange
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking.
Contains cadmium inclusion stain, food safe in our testing. A glossy surface.

Rhubarb
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Fairly stable, some running, breaks peach to deep pink. Good over slips, underglazes and other glazes. Try it over Almost Teal, Really Red, etc.
Contains cadmium inclusion stain, food safe in our testing. Satin to glossy surface. May shiver on some clay bodies, read the clay & glaze fit page for more information.

Root Beer
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) The Celadon family is a series of translucent glazes, ideal for underglaze decoration or textured surfaces.  Glossy surface, may craze on some clay bodies.

Rust Brown
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, breaks brown to tan. A matt surface.

Sandstone Shino
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Stable, no running, breaks brown over texture and where thin. Nice over texture, slips, underglazes and other glazes. A matt to satin surface.

Sapphire
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) The Celadon family is a series of translucent glazes, ideal for underglaze decoration or textured surfaces.  Glossy surface, may craze on some clay bodies.

Saturated Iron
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Fairly stable, no running, lots of breaking. Deep iron color where thin with golden green flecks where thicker. Very nice over and under any of the Shino family. A glossy surface.

Sea Mist (Texas Two Step Overcoat)
Single dip (3 coats brushed) Texas Two Step glazes are a two-part system.  Put this overcoat on top of any of the undercoats to create oil spots. Thicker coats make bigger spots. Works best if the previous layers are completely dry.

Seafoam Satin
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. A nice satin surface.

Sedona Sunset
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) The Celadon family is a series of translucent glazes, ideal for underglaze decoration or textured surfaces. Contains cadmium inclusion stain, food safe in our testing.  Glossy surface, may craze on some clay bodies.

Shino
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Fairly stable, no running, lots of breaking. Great glaze, very reliable, nice over texture, slips, underglazes and other glazes. Try it over black, red, cobalt blue, etc. A glossy surface.

Shino over Gun Metal Green

Snowy Plum
Single or double dip (4-5 coats brushed) Snowy Plum has components that cause it to reduce locally.  It is slightly runny, but needs to be quite thick to develop the red color, and may run under some firing conditions.  It tends to produce better color in low-oxygen conditions (i.e. a tightly packed kiln with all the peepholes closed). Tends to work better in a fast firing. This glaze is temperamental (as are all copper reds), but is worth some effort.

Steel Gray Shino
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Stable, no running, some breaking. Nice over texture, slips, underglazes and other glazes. A glossy surface.

Stormy Sea
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) The Celadon family is a series of translucent glazes, ideal for underglaze decoration or textured surfaces.  Glossy surface, may craze on some clay bodies.

Sunrise Shino
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Stable, no running, breaks brown to orange over texture and where thin. Nice over texture, slips, underglazes and other glazes. Contains cadmium inclusion stain, food safe in our testing. A glossy surface.

Sunset Pink
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Fairly stable, some running, some breaking. Contains cadmium inclusion stain, food safe in our testing.  A glossy surface.

Sunshine Yellow
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) The Celadon family is a series of translucent glazes, ideal for underglaze decoration or textured surfaces. Contains cadmium inclusion stain, food safe in our testing.  Glossy surface, may craze on some clay bodies.

Texas Rose (Texas Two Step Overcoat)
Single dip (3 coats brushed) Texas Two Step glazes are a two-part system.  Put this overcoat on top of any of the undercoats to create oil spots.  Thicker coats make bigger spots. Works best if the previous layers are completely dry. Contains cadmium inclusion stain, food safe in our testing.

Toshi Brown
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Fairly stable, no running, some breaking. A matt surface.

Turquoise Matt
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. Not recommended for food use, may change color or texture. A matt surface.

Violet
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. A glossy surface.

White
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. A glossy surface.

White Crawl
The crawl glazes need several coats brushing. Apply glaze until it just starts to crack on the piece when dry, like a dried-up lakebed, but not so thick that it flakes off of the piece. Where the glaze is thicker, the crawl size is larger. Where thinner, the crawl size is smaller. Not recommended for food use. A textured, dry matt surface.

Yellow Orange
Single dip (2-3 coats brushed) Very stable, no running, no breaking. A glossy surface.