are lead-free and non toxic and are intended for use on bisque where it is desired to create a fine line or shade. They can also be used for identification or marking test pieces.
After application of Underglaze Pencil color to bisque, the color should be coated with a clear glaze before firing to the glazes maturing temperature. The first coat of glaze should be sponged on over the Underglaze Pencil design to prevent the design from coming off if a brush on glaze is used. Or spray on or dip the glaze.
Don’t let the broken bisque blues get you down – think fast with Duncan® Patch-A-Tatch®! This quality ceramic cement is used to attach or repair greenware or bisque, so it’s easy to see why most ceramists consider Patch-A-Tatch an essential product for ceramics. Save your piece – and your sanity – with Patch-A-Tatch!
Spectrum Low Fire Metallic Glazes give your pottery the appearance of wrought iron, brushed bronze, green patina, or a soft green, gold, or silver. The color of these glazes changes depending on the shade of the clay, the thickness with which the glaze is applied, and the temperature at which the pieces are fired.
Spectrum Low Fire Metallic Glazes are lead-free but are not food safe. These glazes should not be used on dinnerware or other functional pieces.