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IRIDESCENT METALLICS

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PC-9 Vintage Gold

Vintage Gold is a glossy metallic glaze which develops small triangular gold crystals with dark haloes like a glittering patina. This opaque glaze does not break over texture. For best results apply three even brush coats. ​A dramatic glaze for sculptural or non-functional work. Glaze may run.​ 

PC-10 june bug

June Bug is a glossy, dark green metallic glaze that develops small triangular iridescent crystals, like the wings of a beetle. This opaque glaze does not break over texture. For best results apply three even brush coats. Glaze may run. 

PC-11 Blue Spark

Blue Spark is a glossy, royal blue glaze which develops small triangular dark gray metallic crystals that make this glaze look like lapis lazuli. This opaque glaze does not break over texture. For best results apply three even brush coats. Glaze may run.

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We recommend using a cone 6 or higher clay body for the best results.

TROUBLESHOOTING
PC-9 vintage gold

#1 Application

Proper application 

is key when using PC-9. 

firing schedule

Different firing schedules have different results when using PC-9.

#2 Firing Temp

Firing Temperature is critical when using PC-9. 

bisque 

Bisque temperature affects the outcome of PC Metallic glazes.

#3 Clay body

Some clay bodies react differently with PC-9 Vintage Gold. 

liner glaze

The liner glaze impacts the outcome of PC-9 Vintage Gold.

Having issues with PC-9 Vintage Gold not coming out right? We've honed in on key areas that are important when using PC metallic glazes on your ceramic wares.  

TROUBLESHOOTING
PC-10 june bug

#1 Application

Proper application 

is key when using PC-10. 

firing schedule

Different firing schedules have different results when using PC-10.

#2 Firing Temp

Firing Temperature is critical when using PC-10 June Bug. 

bisque 

Bisque temperature affects the outcome of PC Metallic glazes.

#3 Clay body

Some clay bodies react differently with PC-10 June Bug.

liner glaze

The liner glaze impacts the outcome of PC-10 June Bug.

Having issues with PC-10 June Bug not coming out right? We've honed in on key areas that are important when using PC Metallic glazes on your ceramic wares.  

TROUBLESHOOTING
PC-11 blue spark

#1 Application

Proper application 

is key when using PC-11. 

firing schedule

Different firing schedules have different results when using PC-11.

#2 Firing Temp

Firing Temperature is critical when using PC-11. 

bisque 

Bisque temperature affects the outcome of PC Metallic glazes.

#3 Clay body

Some clay bodies react differently with PC-11 Blue Spark. 

liner glaze

The line glaze impacts the outcome of PC-11 Blue Spark.

Having issues with PC-11 Blue Spark not coming out right? We've honed in on key areas that are important when using PC Metallic glazes on your ceramic wares.