These unique raku glazes are ready to use, and a favorite at our live Raku Parties! Brush, dip, pour or overlap for dramatic effects -- and remember you can use the black color of the smoked clay body as a design element in your work.
The photos shown here are based on test firings. Color variations will occur with your glaze application, firing, and type and density of combustible materials used in reduction.
Georgie's Raku Glaze info:
Raku Pieces are for decorative purposes only, as the clay remains porous and only reaches around 1900 degrees (04 bisque range)
Raku glazes are not food safe, and are not water tight after firing
To Achieve Raku effects, firing must be done in a Raku kiln, in a fast firing with fossil fuel (usually propane) and post-firing reduction.