Iron Saturate is a deep chartreuse glaze that breaks reddish brown where thin. This glaze is reminiscent of toasty reduction high fire glazes with beautiful effects that can be achieved at low temperatures. Iron Saturate is formulated to allow the clay body to show through where there is texture and looks dramatically different on red ware and white ware.
Tableware producers must test all finished ware to establish dinnerware status, due to possible variations in firing temperature and contamination.
(A) Artist's Choice
These special effect glazes imitate traditional Artist/Potter's favorites. They are Cone 05 oxidation glazes that look like high fired reduction stoneware glazes. Effects like Temmoku, Rutile, Oil Spot, and other reduction surfaces are achieved without the cost or trouble of high fire reduction. They can be fired over any low fire clay, however they look best over dark or red firing clays. The color in the clay will partially show through where there is texture and adds dimension to the glaze. Because of this effect, these glazes will look completely different depending on the clay body on which they are applied.
•Reduction looks in oxidation firing
•Shown on Red Earthenware
•Break and Pool Over Texture