Apple Crackle PG801

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Georgies Raku glazes are designed to create striking effects when fired using the Raku process. Raku is a special technique, an overview of which appears under 'Tips'. You must Raku fire these glazes to produce the effects shown. Results will vary from firing to firing even with the same clay and glaze. Each piece will be truly unique. Raku ware is never Dinnerware Safe or water tight: it is for decorative items only. PG801 Apple Crackle is a gloss brilliant turquoise with green and yellow highlights that sometimes flashes copper. It tends to be very thick in the jar and does not brush out well. Georgies recommends 'patting' on one heavy coat with a... Read More
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  • NOT Dinnerware Safe
  • NOT Dinnerware Safe
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SKU C-075-PG801
Brand Georgies
Series Raku
Firing Temperature Cone 06
Lead Free Yes
CL Health Label Glazes Yes
Cl Health Label Description Can not use w/children Pre-k -Grade 6
Not Dinnerware Safe Yes
Dry Glaze Warning No
Application Brushing
Free Freight No
Drop Ship No
Ships in Own Box No
Prop 65 Warning Yes
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Raku is a special technique generally done outdoors in a gas-fired kiln. Work is fired quickly to the glaze maturing temperature. (Georgies Raku glazes mature at approx. 1830 F or Cone 06.) Pieces are removed from the kiln using tongs while they are still red hot and placed in barrels of combustible materials, covered and allowed to reduce. Pieces may be allowed to cool completely at this point or can be removed and quenched in water. Different combustible materials (paper, straw, sawdust, etc), length of reduction and speed of cooling will produce different results.

Much care must be taken during this entire process. Protective gloves and clothing are necessary as you will be working in close proximity to extreme heat and open flame. Do not attempt raku without proper equipment and training.

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