Mayco’s Stoneware glaze assortment, including Opals, Ices, and Washes, offers a variety of finishes, textures and endless possibilities for glaze combinations. Designed to perform from cones 5-10, in oxidation or reduction firing processes on stoneware clay body of choice. Artists will appreciate the consistency of performance and control of movement. Artists will find amazing glaze combinations to expand the creative possibilities in the studio. Whether it is a pairing with a Mayco Wash, one of our Clears or a complex surface like SW-127 Olivine, these layering techniques will improve the work of any clay enthusiast.
General Use : Use Mayco Stoneware Glazes on any midrange clay body. These glazes are intended for use at cone range 4-6 but are also stable and pleasing at cone 10. Can be used in oxidation, reduction or other alternative atmospheric firing conditions. Always test prior to use.
The wonder and mystery of the Old World come alive with Duncan® Renaissance Glazes™, a premier mid-range glaze family that modernizes art history. The line of unique glaze colors offers a rich palette with beautifully unpredictable color breaks that create one-of-a-kind masterpieces in every firing. With Renaissance Glazes, discover limitless opportunities to embrace the rustic, historical and artistic perspectives of the 16th century … all with the ease of application you expect from the Duncan® Ceramic Arts brand.
Spectrum Glazes focuses on producing the highest quality, most colorful and diverse selection of fired glazes available anywhere. All of our energies are devoted to manufacturing glazes and other ceramic coatings. Our formulations have been developed over our 20 years in business with careful attention to detail, backed up by our commitment to finished product and materials testing. All of our products use ceramic frits and stains as their principal ingredients. This provides superior appearance and consistency of results over other products made primarily from raw materials, such as minerals and metal oxides. We also use a higher percentage of stains in our formulae, which gives greater intensity, brightness, and depth of color to our glazes, underglazes, etc.