Duncan Glazes: In general, Duncan glazes are applied to bisque. Usually one color will be used to cover the entire piece. Fire to cone 06.
Underglazes: Underglazes are used when you want to paint something different colors, such as flowers painted on to a vase. They are usually used on greenware then fired to cone 04. Concepts are the exception, they are only used on 04 bisque: let dry apply two coats of clear glaze and fire to cone 06.
Non-fired: Duncan Acrylic paints and translucent stains are used whenever a lot of detail is required on a piece of bisque, they are never fired.
Tools & Brushes: Tools and brushes created just for ceramics.
Lusters: Overglazes, Lusters and Mother of Pearl. Metallic Overglazes for the brilliance of gold and luster of a rainbow.
1 & 3.5 gallon buckets of glaze. For Brushing and Dipping
Economical to extraordinary, here are the tools you need to make beautiful works of art.
Discovery Brushes Discovery Brushes are the versatile basics. brushes that let you discover the fun of ceramics.
Signature brushes These premium quality brushes are carefully handcrafted. BEST for detailed brushwork.
Debut Taklon Brushes Debut Taklon Brushes are distinguished by firm body and shape retention
Economy Brush Kits The convenient way to buy brushes for most any type of decorating project
Tools for Ceramics You'll use tools for cleaning ........
Mother-of-Pearl can be easily applied and its appearance will vary with the type of glaze over which it is applied. Over a gloss glaze, Mother-of-Pearl adds a shiny luster and when applied over a matte glaze, it adds a subtle sheen.
Go for gold with Duncan's Precious Metals! Apply over fired glaze to add brilliant gold accents that’ll make your project look like a million bucks!
One coat of Precious Metals offers opaque coverage. Apply over gloss glazes for a shiny sheen or matte glazes for a subtle luster.
Not made by Duncan but from the originals. Slip Casting is fun and easy.
CASTING A MOLD from DUNCAN SCIOTO MOLD CATALOG
A mold is a hollow plaster form in which articles
are reproduced through the use of liquid clay. The
plaster walls of the mold absorb water from the clay
slip, producing the clay shell, or casting.
A mold can be open-faced (one-piece) or made in
sections (multiple-piece) held together with thick
rubber bands or straps.
A ceramics mold is plain on the outside. The inside of
the mold determines the shape of the casting. It can
be compared to a mirror or reverse image, because
the raised areas of the casting are hollow in the
mold, just as the incised areas are raised.
Every mold has one or more openings, called pour
holes, for the slip that will be poured into the molds.
The process of pouring slip into a mold is called