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AMACO Pompeian Ash Cone 5 Glazes


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AMACO Pompeian Ash Glaze - PA-15 - Buff - 1 pint
AMACO Pompeian Ash Glaze - PA-15 - Buff - 1 pint
 
Cone 5-6. Pompeian Ash glazes have a unique formula that produces a wiggly design pattern as they flow on the piece. This series has to be fired to Cone 5-6 in an electric kiln. The result is similar to ash glazes that have to be fired to Cone 10 in reduction. Apply these glazes by brushing or dipping. Taper down the application to one coat towards the bottom of the piece, to give room for the glaze to run. With repeated use of these glazes, you will learn to what extent to taper down to eliminate overflow. Not dinnerware safe.
Price: $12.00

AMACO Pompeian Ash Glaze - PA-40 - Green - 1 pint
AMACO Pompeian Ash Glaze - PA-40 - Green - 1 pint
 
(CL) Lead Free Glazes Restricted from use K-6 (ASTM D-4236/LHAMA). Cone 5-6. Pompeian Ash glazes have a unique formula that produces a wiggly design pattern as they flow on the piece. This series has to be fired to Cone 5-6 in an electric kiln. The result is similar to ash glazes that have to be fired to Cone 10 in reduction. Apply these glazes by brushing or dipping. Taper down the application to one coat towards the bottom of the piece, to give room for the glaze to run. With repeated use of these glazes, you will learn to what extent to taper down to eliminate overflow. Not dinnerware safe.
Price: $12.00

AMACO Pompeian Ash Glaze - PA-60 - Tan - 1 pint
AMACO Pompeian Ash Glaze - PA-60 - Tan - 1 pint
 
Cone 5-6. Pompeian Ash glazes have a unique formula that produces a wiggly design pattern as they flow on the piece. This series has to be fired to Cone 5-6 in an electric kiln. The result is similar to ash glazes that have to be fired to Cone 10 in reduction. Apply these glazes by brushing or dipping. Taper down the application to one coat towards the bottom of the piece, to give room for the glaze to run. With repeated use of these glazes, you will learn to what extent to taper down to eliminate overflow. Not dinnerware safe.
Price: $12.00