Layering


PC-33 Iron Lustre over PC-20 Blue Rutile

Medium pc 33 over pc 20 web

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Number of Top Coats: 2

Number of Bottom Coats: 2

Clay Type: Buff Stoneware

Temperature (cone): 6

Products in this Combination

PC-33 Iron Lustre

More restrained, but similar to a regular blue glaze, Iron Lustre is brown where thin with blue-gray floats where thick. It is beautiful on texture and layers well with other Potter's Choice glazes. Due to the powdered nature of the materials involved with the dry-mix dipping buckets of this product, their respective health information and labels differ from the brushing glazes. *Note that all dry dipping glazes can be difficult to layer. Dipping glazes behave differently from brushing and they require thorough testing prior to layering full piece.

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PC-20 Blue Rutile

Great for layering and textured work, Blue Rutile is an active, complex glaze that is a flowing blue where thick and breaks brown where thinner. Great for layering and always interesting, this glaze is always one of our top selling Potter's Choice glazes! Due to the powdered nature of the materials involved with the dry-mix dipping buckets of this product, their respective health information and labels differ from the brushing glazes. *Note that all dry dipping glazes can be difficult to layer. Dipping glazes behave differently from brushing and they require thorough testing prior to layering full piece.

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+ Layering Brochures

Click to access page with layering brochures and test tile images! The brochures will be located at the bottom of the page. The test tile images can be found under each specific glaze color. 

These samples are created to show possible outcomes of our products in use. These images can be used as studio references, but it is recommended that tests be performed individually to ensure satisfaction.