A glossy pale green glaze like the melon it’s named for. Breaks across textured surfaces and develops a peachy float when thick. Great for layering with other glazes as a base or top coat. Beautiful on any color of clay. Good at cone 5, more fluid at cone 6.
Cone 5 = 1184°C (at 150°C/hour for the final 100°C of firing) / 2201°F ( at 270°F/hour in the final 200°F of firing)
Cone 6 = 1241°C (at 150°C/hour for the final 100°C of firing) / 2266°F ( at 270°F/hour in the final 200°F of firing)
Tableware producers must test all finished ware to establish dinnerware status, due to possible variations in firing temperature and contamination.
The Potter’s Choice glaze series was designed with the potter in mind! These stunning glazes add fluid colors and effects to smooth or textured ware, with optimal results at Cone 5/6. To use these glazes is to step into different ceramic glaze traditions of many cultures throughout history. Check out our PC Layering charts to see all the amazing results you can try in your own studio!
•Reduction Effects in Oxidation
•Variety of Colors and Surfaces
•Cone 5 / 6
•Limitless Layering Combinations