AMACO – Cone 5/6 - C53 Weeping Plum
- California Prop 65 Warning
This 100% mixable celadon glaze is a soft, glossy raspberry red that pools and accents textured ware like the ancient glazes they are created to imitate.
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.
Tableware producers must test all finished ware to establish dinnerware status, due to possible variations in firing temperature and contamination.
(C) Celadon Like the beautiful ancient glazes they are modeled after, the AMACO Celadon glazes are glossy, transparent, and pool beautifully to add vivid accents to textured and carved surfaces. These playful celadons come in many colors and are 100% mixable- great for finding that perfect color!
•Translucent for textured surfaces
•Mixable colors for custom palette
•Shown on White Clay
•Cone 5 / 6
•Look great under Potter's Choice Glazes (3 coat/ 3 coat)
•Pictured results were fired in Oxidation
Dry Dipping InstructionsCeladon Dry Dipping Instructions and Specific Gravity Guide
Volumetric MixingAMACO's New CELADON glazes are 100% mixable! By using measuring spoons or cups, you can explore endless color possibilities. This video will help you understand the steps involved with volumetric mixing!
Celadon glazes are designed to be 100% Mixable.
Mix with other colors, shade with Obsidian or tint with Snow. These glazes will yield endless possibilities!
Layering Celadons under Potter's Choice Glazes
Layering Celadons Under Potter's Choice PDFs. These tiles were glazed with 3 coats/ 3 coats of each glaze and were fired to cone 6 on white clay.
Dry Form Only
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Silica, crystalline (airborne particles of respirable size), which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.