SW-123 Sapphire MAYCOCOLORS€24,20
SW-125 Purple Mint MAYCOCOLORS€24,20
SW-127 Olivine MAYCOCOLORS€18,90
SW-128 Cordovan MAYCOCOLORS€21,60
SW-129 Copper Float MAYCOCOLORS€18,90
SW-130 Copper Jade MAYCOCOLORS€21,60
SW-131 Birch MAYCOCOLORS€18,90 – €110,00
SW-132 Mirror Black MAYCOCOLORS€24,20
SW-133 Copper Ore MAYCOCOLORS€24,20 – €52,20
SW-134 Eggplant MAYCOCOLORS€24,20
SW-135 Winter Green MAYCOCOLORS€18,90 – €52,50
SW-136 Weahtered Blue MAYCOCOLORS€24,20
Classic, Matte, Crystal, and Gloss
One of the most distinctive traits of Mayco’s Stoneware is that the glazes provide consistent performance and intriguing visual interest. They are best known for being receptive and favorable to the user during both application and firing. Mayco Stoneware glazes are friendly to the user in application, layering and firing. Many glazes will break over textures, revealing secondary colors and shades. The choice of clay body, thickness of glaze application, firing process and temperature will affect the fired results.
Stoneware Classic & Matte Glazes
Mayco’s Stoneware Classic glazes satisfy a variety of performance and color selections that range from bright and vibrant to earthy and subdued. Our Stoneware glazes provide a variety of finishes, movement, and variation. Some glazes are high gloss, opaque, and flat in color, while others have a more complex surface that is varied in both finish and color. The Stoneware Classic glazes also include Opals and Ice (translucent) glazes. These glazes heighten surface details where they gather and pool, work well on a variety of clay bodies and have a firing range from cone 5-10.
Choose from solid shades to those that create interesting color variation as they move and break. Our Stoneware Matte glazes provide a variety of colors and performance characteristics. Some matte glazes have opaque solid coverage and others are semi-transparent and variegated. Application thickness is key to making Stoneware Matte glazes work for you. Mattes work well on a variety of clay bodies and have a firing range from cone 5-10.
Mayco Stoneware Classic glazes are a mixture of AP Non-Toxic and CL (Health Caution) label. Please review the individual color label for health classification and any appropriate warnings. All but one (see below) of the Stoneware glazes in the Classic line are Food Safe, according to FDA standards. Note: Finishedware producers may be required to have their ware food safe tested prior to introducing into commerce. With the exception of those noted below, The Stoneware Classic and Matte glazes are also Dinnerware Safe when used according to manufacturer’s directions and fired to the clay body’s vitrification temperatures. SW-132 Mirror Black, SW-182 Antique Brass, SW-164 Satin Patina, SW-185 Rainforest, SW-186 Azurite, SW-187 Himalayan Salt, and SW-188 Landslide are not Dinnerware Safe due to the durability of the fired glaze. Some glazes, regardless of surface texture or porosity of underlying clay body, will be designated as not suitable for dinnerware as the fired glaze surface is not durable and can be impacted by contact with food or liquids. While it may not be harmful, it is certainly not desirable. SW-132 Mirror Black, SW-182 Antique Brass, SW-164 Satin Patina, SW-185 Rainforest, SW-186 Azurite, SW-187 Himalayan Salt, and SW-188 Landslide are recommended for ornamental use only.
Stoneware Crystal Glazes
Mayco’s Stoneware Crystal glazes are a unique line of glazes that contain colorful crystals in the glazes themselves that are designed to melt and bloom during the firing. These crystals add variation in color, finish, and movement to the glazes that you already know and love! All of our Stoneware Crystal glazes begin with a base glaze; most of the base glazes can be found in our other Stoneware Glaze lines. You can find the information about the base glazes of all our Stoneware Crystal glazes on the label or in the description on our website.
Mayco Stoneware Crystal glazes are a mixture of AP Non-Toxic and CL (Health Caution) label. Please review the label for the individual color’s health classification and any appropriate warnings. All of the glazes in the Crystal line are Food Safe, according to FDA standards. Note: Finishedware producers may be required to have their ware food safe tested prior to introducing into commerce. The Stoneware Crystal glazes are also Dinnerware Safe when used according to manufacturer’s directions and fired to the clay body’s vitrification temperatures. However, discretion and judgment should be used if the glaze surface is heavily textured, less from a safety and more from an aesthetic perspective.
Stoneware Gloss Glazes
Mayco’s Stoneware Gloss glazes produce bright, opaque colors with a high gloss finish. Stoneware Gloss glazes can be used in design, all over coverage and are the ideal product for intermixability at mid-range temperatures. The integrity of your design will remain unchanged as these glazes are incredibly stable and will not move or combine with surrounding colors. As with all of our Stoneware Glazes, our Gloss glazes work well on a variety of clay bodies and have a firing range from cone 5 to cone 10, some colors change slightly at higher temperatures.
Mayco Stoneware Gloss glazes are AP Non-Toxic, Food Safe, and Dinnerware Safe, when used according to manufacturer’s directions. Note: Finishedware producers may be required to have their ware food safe tested prior to introducing into commerce.