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Discontinued cy102-2 4 oz.


Regular Price: $4.95

Sale Price $2.48

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Courtyard Art Glazes are self-antiquing glazes with a matte finish. Each hue features several color tones that are enhanced depending on the shape and texture of the piece.

  • Kiln Required: Yes
  • Cone Firing Range: 06
  • Finish: Antique
  • Coverage: 2 to 3 coats
  • Food Safe: Yes
  • Nontoxic: Yes
  • Available Sizes: 4 oz., assorted pints
  • Characteristics

Courtyard Art Glazes have two to three different color tones within each glaze color.

Firing temperature and application will affect the final appearance of Courtyard Art Glazes, as well as the shape of the bisque piece.

Courtyard Art Glazes are nontoxic and safe for use on food containers in most cases.

They should be fired to cone 06 after proper bisque firing.

Mix with other glazes to achieve interesting effects.   

CY102-4 Sagebrush

These unique, self-antiquing, lead-free matte glazes result in rich varied color with no two firings giving exactly the same results. Courtyard Art Glazes work well with Concepts Underglazes for Majolica and Bisque.


How to use Courtyard Art Glazes
1. For both Low Fire and High Fire Applications, apply 2-5 coats to cone 04 bisque. Let dry between coats.
2. For Low Fire, stilt and fire to cone 06. for High Fire, fire to cone 5-6.

Tips & Techniques

1. For High Fire, because high fire clays vary, we recommend firing a test piece.
2. Courtyard Art Glazes can be applied with a sponge, spritz bottle or brush.
3. When spritzing on Courtyard Art Glazes, use the spray or mist setting for base coat coverage. For full coverage, spritz on 3-4 coats depending on the color of glaze; lighter colors require more coats.
4. To create detail over Spritzing, mix 1/2 Concepts color and 1/2 water. Use stream setting on spritz bottle for thin lines of color, spots or drip effects.

Warning 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.