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Duncan  Bright Gold Overglaze OG-801 - 2 grams - liquid

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How to use Precious Metals: 1. Be sure that the surface of your piece is free of dust, skin oils and lotions to ensure proper adhesion. Wipe surfaces with rubbing alcohol prior to applying the overglaze (except when used over crackle glazes). 2. Always apply with a brush that is designated solely for use with the Gold to prevent contamination. 3. Do not stir or shake glaze. 4. Place a small amount of overglaze on a glazed palette. Apply one smooth coat. Do not let the Gold pool in an area; brush it out smoothly. 5. Correct application should produce a Christmas green tint. 6. Clean brush in Essence and let dry. 7. Overglazed ware can be fired while it is still wet. The kiln must be clean, well-ventilated (do not overload) and follow a normal firing schedule. Do not touch wet decoration and handle as little as possible until ware is fired to avoid smudging. 8. Stilt and fire the Gold to shelf cone 019-018.
Price: $31.95

Duncan  Premium Gold Overglaze OG-805 - 2 grams - liquid

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How to use Precious Metals: 1. Be sure that the surface of your piece is free of dust, skin oils and lotions to ensure proper adhesion. Wipe surfaces with rubbing alcohol prior to applying the overglaze (except when used over crackle glazes). 2. Always apply with a brush that is designated solely for use with the Gold to prevent contamination. 3. Do not stir or shake glaze. 4. Place a small amount of overglaze on a glazed palette. Apply one smooth coat. Do not let the Gold pool in an area; brush it out smoothly. 5. Correct application should produce a Christmas green tint. 6. Clean brush in Essence and let dry. 7. Overglazed ware can be fired while it is still wet. The kiln must be clean, well-ventilated (do not overload) and follow a normal firing schedule. Do not touch wet decoration and handle as little as possible until ware is fired to avoid smudging. 8. Stilt and fire the Gold to shelf cone 019-018.
Price: $47.95

Duncan  SP-401 - Quick-Crackle - 2 fluid oz.

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Looking aged is all the rage! Use Quik-Crackle to antique your nonfired pieces with ease... It's perfect for creating that cracked-wood or aged pottery look! Quik-Crackle is a nontoxic, water-soluble medium that you can use between two nonfired, water-based colors to crack the top color and reveal the basecoat, giving your piece that delightfully refined appearance! Click on image for instructions. Non-Toxic. Conforms to ASTM D-4236.
Price: $2.55

Duncan  SY-545 - Patch-A-Tatch - 4 oz. paste
Duncan SY-545 - Patch-A-Tatch - 4 oz. paste
 
This quality ceramic cement is used to attach or repair greenware or bisque, so it's easy to see why most ceramists consider Patch-A-Tatch an essential product for ceramics. Gently scratch crisscross lines on areas to be joined. Using a soft brush, moisten scored areas or broken edges with water. Use the same brush to apply a good coat of Patch-A-Tatch to these areas. Quickly attach or fit the pieces together and hold securely for a few seconds. Brush a little Patch-A-Tatch over the joint and, when set and thoroughly dry, scrape, sand, sponge or otherwise finish, and the piece is ready for decorating or firing. Clean up with water. For use with cone 04 ceramics only.
Price: $3.05

Duncan  SY-547 - Wax Resist - 2 fluid oz.
Duncan SY-547 - Wax Resist - 2 fluid oz.
 
Wax resist is an emulsion specially created to repel underglazes and glazes applied over it. Apply it directly onto your piece or over base colors; the wax burns off during firing, revealing your unique designs and/or colors beneath. Gently remove excess color from resist areas with dampened sponge before firing. Clean brush immediately with warm water.
Price: $3.50

Duncan  White Gold Overglaze OG-802 - 2 grams - liquid

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How to use Precious Metals: 1. Be sure that the surface of your piece is free of dust, skin oils and lotions to ensure proper adhesion. Wipe surfaces with rubbing alcohol prior to applying the overglaze (except when used over crackle glazes). 2. Always apply with a brush that is designated solely for use with the Gold to prevent contamination. 3. Do not stir or shake glaze. 4. Place a small amount of overglaze on a glazed palette. Apply one smooth coat. Do not let the Gold pool in an area; brush it out smoothly. 5. Correct application should produce a Christmas green tint. 6. Clean brush in Essence and let dry. 7. Overglazed ware can be fired while it is still wet. The kiln must be clean, well-ventilated (do not overload) and follow a normal firing schedule. Do not touch wet decoration and handle as little as possible until ware is fired to avoid smudging. 8. Stilt and fire the Gold to shelf cone 019-018.
Price: $31.95

Duncan - SY1024 - Antique Pewter - 4 fluid oz.

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Metallic Glazes present shiny to matte polished finishes that transform ordinary surfaces into dramatic works of art. All glazes fire to cone 04, with the exception of SY 1024, which fires to cone 06.
Price: $5.40

Duncan - SY1025 - Heirloom Silver - 4 fluid oz.

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Metallic Glazes present shiny to matte polished finishes that transform ordinary surfaces into dramatic works of art. All glazes fire to cone 04, with the exception of SY 1024, which fires to cone 06.
Price: $5.40

Duncan - SY1026 - Modern Brass  -  16 fluid oz.

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Metallic Glazes present shiny to matte polished finishes that transform ordinary surfaces into dramatic works of art. All glazes fire to cone 04, with the exception of SY 1024, which fires to cone 06.
Price: $17.25

Duncan - SY1026 - Modern Brass  -  4 fluid oz.

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Metallic Glazes present shiny to matte polished finishes that transform ordinary surfaces into dramatic works of art. All glazes fire to cone 04, with the exception of SY 1024, which fires to cone 06.
Price: $5.40

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