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Spectrum – Raku - 850 - Raku Clear - Pint

Spectrum Raku Glazes

$14.00
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Spectrum – Raku - 850 - Raku Clear - Pint

Spectrum – Raku - 850 - Raku Clear - Pint

$14.00

Spectrum Raku glazes were developed for firing in either electric or gas kilns. The firing process is described below. Eleven of the Raku glazes are lead-free and non-toxic (850,851,854,856,871,872,873,874,875,877,878). All of the rest are lead-free, but are over the threshold limit for copper and are therefore not non-toxic in the liquid state....


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Spectrum – Raku - 851 - Raku White - Pint

Spectrum Raku Glazes

$14.00
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Spectrum – Raku - 851 - Raku White - Pint

Spectrum – Raku - 851 - Raku White - Pint

$14.00

Spectrum Raku glazes were developed for firing in either electric or gas kilns. The firing process is described below. Eleven of the Raku glazes are lead-free and non-toxic (850,851,854,856,871,872,873,874,875,877,878). All of the rest are lead-free, but are over the threshold limit for copper and are therefore not non-toxic in the liquid state....


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Spectrum – Raku - 852 - Turquoise - Pint

Spectrum Raku Glazes

$25.00
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This helps to set the colors more permanently.\u003c\/p\u003e"}
Spectrum – Raku - 852 - Turquoise - Pint

Spectrum – Raku - 852 - Turquoise - Pint

$25.00

Spectrum Raku glazes were developed for firing in either electric or gas kilns. The firing process is described below. Eleven of the Raku glazes are lead-free and non-toxic (850,851,854,856,871,872,873,874,875,877,878). All of the rest are lead-free, but are over the threshold limit for copper and are therefore not non-toxic in the liquid state....


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The firing process is described below. Eleven of the Raku glazes are lead-free and non-toxic (850,851,854,856,871,872,873,874,875,877,878). All of the rest are lead-free, but are over the threshold limit for copper and are therefore not non-toxic in the liquid state.\u003c\/p\u003e \u003cp\u003eSpectrum liquid glazes are formulated for brushing application. They can also be poured or dipped on pieces, although they should probably be thinned with a little water for this type of application. Due to the many variables involved in Raku firing, particularly during the reduction phase, our chip charts and printed color charts should be used only as approximate guidelines. Your results may vary greatly due to different firing conditions.\u003c\/p\u003e \u003cp\u003eRAKU FIRING – Raku glazes can be fired anywhere from 1600 F up to cone 06 (1850 F) in either an electric or gas kiln. 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Spectrum – Raku - 853 - Cobalt Blue Raku - Pint

Spectrum – Raku - 853 - Cobalt Blue Raku - Pint

$20.50

Spectrum Raku glazes were developed for firing in either electric or gas kilns. The firing process is described below. Eleven of the Raku glazes are lead-free and non-toxic (850,851,854,856,871,872,873,874,875,877,878). All of the rest are lead-free, but are over the threshold limit for copper and are therefore not non-toxic in the liquid state....


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Spectrum – Raku - 862 - Blue Galaxy - Pint

Spectrum Raku Glazes

$33.00
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Spectrum – Raku - 862 - Blue Galaxy - Pint

Spectrum – Raku - 862 - Blue Galaxy - Pint

$33.00

Spectrum Raku glazes were developed for firing in either electric or gas kilns. The firing process is described below. Eleven of the Raku glazes are lead-free and non-toxic (850,851,854,856,871,872,873,874,875,877,878). All of the rest are lead-free, but are over the threshold limit for copper and are therefore not non-toxic in the liquid state....


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Spectrum – Raku - 863 - Blue Nebula Raku - Pint

Spectrum – Raku - 863 - Blue Nebula Raku - Pint

$37.50

Spectrum Raku glazes were developed for firing in either electric or gas kilns. The firing process is described below. Eleven of the Raku glazes are lead-free and non-toxic (850,851,854,856,871,872,873,874,875,877,878). All of the rest are lead-free, but are over the threshold limit for copper and are therefore not non-toxic in the liquid state....


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Spectrum – Raku - 864 - Sunspot - Pint

Spectrum Raku Glazes

$43.50
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Spectrum – Raku - 864 - Sunspot - Pint

Spectrum – Raku - 864 - Sunspot - Pint

$43.50

Spectrum Raku glazes were developed for firing in either electric or gas kilns. The firing process is described below. Eleven of the Raku glazes are lead-free and non-toxic (850,851,854,856,871,872,873,874,875,877,878). All of the rest are lead-free, but are over the threshold limit for copper and are therefore not non-toxic in the liquid state....


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Spectrum – Raku - 865 - Mars - Pint

Spectrum Raku Glazes

$24.00
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Spectrum – Raku - 865 - Mars - Pint

Spectrum – Raku - 865 - Mars - Pint

$24.00

Spectrum Raku glazes were developed for firing in either electric or gas kilns. The firing process is described below. Eleven of the Raku glazes are lead-free and non-toxic (850,851,854,856,871,872,873,874,875,877,878). All of the rest are lead-free, but are over the threshold limit for copper and are therefore not non-toxic in the liquid state....


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Spectrum – Raku - 866 - Deep Space Raku - Pint

Spectrum – Raku - 866 - Deep Space Raku - Pint

$19.00

Spectrum Raku glazes were developed for firing in either electric or gas kilns. The firing process is described below. Eleven of the Raku glazes are lead-free and non-toxic (850,851,854,856,871,872,873,874,875,877,878). All of the rest are lead-free, but are over the threshold limit for copper and are therefore not non-toxic in the liquid state....


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Spectrum – Raku - 870 - Star Night Blue Raku - Pint

Spectrum – Raku - 870 - Star Night Blue Raku - Pint

$61.50

Spectrum Raku glazes were developed for firing in either electric or gas kilns. The firing process is described below. Eleven of the Raku glazes are lead-free and non-toxic (850,851,854,856,871,872,873,874,875,877,878). All of the rest are lead-free, but are over the threshold limit for copper and are therefore not non-toxic in the liquid state....


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Spectrum – Raku - 873 - Raku Red - Pint

Spectrum Raku Glazes

$77.50
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The firing process is described below. Eleven of the Raku glazes are lead-free and non-toxic (850,851,854,856,871,872,873,874,875,877,878). All of the rest are lead-free, but are over the threshold limit for copper and are therefore not non-toxic in the liquid state.\u003c\/p\u003e \u003cp\u003eSpectrum liquid glazes are formulated for brushing application. They can also be poured or dipped on pieces, although they should probably be thinned with a little water for this type of application. Due to the many variables involved in Raku firing, particularly during the reduction phase, our chip charts and printed color charts should be used only as approximate guidelines. Your results may vary greatly due to different firing conditions.\u003c\/p\u003e \u003cp\u003eRAKU FIRING – Raku glazes can be fired anywhere from 1600 F up to cone 06 (1850 F) in either an electric or gas kiln. 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Spectrum – Raku - 873 - Raku Red - Pint

Spectrum – Raku - 873 - Raku Red - Pint

$77.50

Spectrum Raku glazes were developed for firing in either electric or gas kilns. The firing process is described below. Eleven of the Raku glazes are lead-free and non-toxic (850,851,854,856,871,872,873,874,875,877,878). All of the rest are lead-free, but are over the threshold limit for copper and are therefore not non-toxic in the liquid state....


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Spectrum – Raku - 874 - Lime Raku - Pint

Spectrum Raku Glazes

$52.00
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Spectrum – Raku - 874 - Lime Raku - Pint

Spectrum – Raku - 874 - Lime Raku - Pint

$52.00

Spectrum Raku glazes were developed for firing in either electric or gas kilns. The firing process is described below. Eleven of the Raku glazes are lead-free and non-toxic (850,851,854,856,871,872,873,874,875,877,878). All of the rest are lead-free, but are over the threshold limit for copper and are therefore not non-toxic in the liquid state....


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Spectrum – Raku - 878 - Cosmic Copper Raku - Pint

Spectrum – Raku - 878 - Cosmic Copper Raku - Pint

$56.00

Spectrum Raku glazes were developed for firing in either electric or gas kilns. The firing process is described below. Eleven of the Raku glazes are lead-free and non-toxic (850,851,854,856,871,872,873,874,875,877,878). All of the rest are lead-free, but are over the threshold limit for copper and are therefore not non-toxic in the liquid state....


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Spectrum – Raku - 880 - Armadillo Raku - Pint

Spectrum – Raku - 880 - Armadillo Raku - Pint

$21.00

Spectrum Raku glazes were developed for firing in either electric or gas kilns. The firing process is described below. Eleven of the Raku glazes are lead-free and non-toxic (850,851,854,856,871,872,873,874,875,877,878). All of the rest are lead-free, but are over the threshold limit for copper and are therefore not non-toxic in the liquid state....


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Spectrum – Raku - 881 - Oxblood Raku - Pint

Spectrum Raku Glazes

$48.00
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Spectrum – Raku - 881 - Oxblood Raku - Pint

Spectrum – Raku - 881 - Oxblood Raku - Pint

$48.00

Spectrum Raku glazes were developed for firing in either electric or gas kilns. The firing process is described below. Eleven of the Raku glazes are lead-free and non-toxic (850,851,854,856,871,872,873,874,875,877,878). All of the rest are lead-free, but are over the threshold limit for copper and are therefore not non-toxic in the liquid state....


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Spectrum – Raku - 882 - Orchid Pink Raku - Pint

Spectrum – Raku - 882 - Orchid Pink Raku - Pint

$17.00

Spectrum Raku glazes were developed for firing in either electric or gas kilns. The firing process is described below. Eleven of the Raku glazes are lead-free and non-toxic (850,851,854,856,871,872,873,874,875,877,878). All of the rest are lead-free, but are over the threshold limit for copper and are therefore not non-toxic in the liquid state....


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Spectrum – Raku - 884 - Aqua Raku - Pint

Spectrum Raku Glazes

$16.00
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Spectrum – Raku - 884 - Aqua Raku - Pint

Spectrum – Raku - 884 - Aqua Raku - Pint

$16.00

Spectrum Raku glazes were developed for firing in either electric or gas kilns. The firing process is described below. Eleven of the Raku glazes are lead-free and non-toxic (850,851,854,856,871,872,873,874,875,877,878). All of the rest are lead-free, but are over the threshold limit for copper and are therefore not non-toxic in the liquid state....


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Spectrum – Raku - 887 - Neptune Raku - Pint

Spectrum Raku Glazes

$19.00
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Spectrum – Raku - 887 - Neptune Raku - Pint

Spectrum – Raku - 887 - Neptune Raku - Pint

$19.00

Spectrum Raku glazes were developed for firing in either electric or gas kilns. The firing process is described below. Eleven of the Raku glazes are lead-free and non-toxic (850,851,854,856,871,872,873,874,875,877,878). All of the rest are lead-free, but are over the threshold limit for copper and are therefore not non-toxic in the liquid state....


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Spectrum – Raku - 888 - Cassiopeia Raku - Pint

Spectrum – Raku - 888 - Cassiopeia Raku - Pint

$47.00

Spectrum Raku glazes were developed for firing in either electric or gas kilns. The firing process is described below. Eleven of the Raku glazes are lead-free and non-toxic (850,851,854,856,871,872,873,874,875,877,878). All of the rest are lead-free, but are over the threshold limit for copper and are therefore not non-toxic in the liquid state....


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Spectrum – Raku - 891 - Northern Lights Raku - Pint

Spectrum – Raku - 891 - Northern Lights Raku - Pint

$17.00

Spectrum Raku glazes were developed for firing in either electric or gas kilns. The firing process is described below. Eleven of the Raku glazes are lead-free and non-toxic (850,851,854,856,871,872,873,874,875,877,878). All of the rest are lead-free, but are over the threshold limit for copper and are therefore not non-toxic in the liquid state....


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