Georgies' Tie-Dye glazes have remarkable versatility when using various thick and thin applications. Like their sculptural glazes, they are reactive and interactive with each other and with your clay body. High fire to Cone 6.
Texture brings out the best in these glazes! They will "move and flow" so leave a generous foot and apply heavier applications at the top of your vessel to allow for flow. The clay body for the sample pieces is Georgies G-Mix 6, fired in electric kiln oxidation to witness cone 6. Color will vary when fired over different clay bodies or in different firing atmospheres.These glazes are all food-safe.
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- Galaxy Blue TD502: Soft, heathered blue-green when thicker, breaks to warm saddle brown on edges or where thin.
- Tidal Pool TD503: Georgie's most popular Tie-Dye glaze that offers the most distinct breaking quality. A brackish-green with rainbow tendencies when thicker and rich, red-mahogany-brown on breaking edges and where thin. This is the most fluid of the Tie-Dye glazes.
- Blue Dusk TD504: That perfect mottled blue of New Denim- crisp and rich. Deep, warm, brown when thin and on breaking edges.
- Twilight Blue TD505: A brilliant mottled turquoise blue when thick, with a teal green undertone on breaking edges and where thinner.
- Lichen Green TD506: Soft, mossy, light blue-green when thicker. When thin and on breaking edges it’s a warm golden honey-tone.
- Seafoam TD507: This is the light, bright, turquoise from the crayon box. It even has that visual waxy feel and mottles to lighter when thin and deeper in tone when thicker.
- Cherry Fizz TD508: This is the closest to a HOT pink Georgie's has been able to achieve. Light to ‘hot’ rose pink when thinner and on breaking edges. Deep rose red when thicker. When layered with other Tie-Dye blues (Blue Dusk, Galaxy Blue), you get crazy mottled blue/pink action! Go wild!
- Rose Gold TD509: Rich coral rose when thicker, golden brown on breaking edges and thin. A staff favorite and a great partner with overlaps to bring a warm rich tone to your work.
- Halo Purple TD510: Unexpected color compliments of soft green on breaking edges and where thin, with soft mottled lavender when thicker. Pure chemistry!
- Purple Velvet TD511: Deep violet where thick, soft wisteria tone on breaking edges and where thin.
- Pistachio Green TD512: Bright, yummy lime green, mottles softer to darker with thickness.
- Neon Orange TD513: Neon it is! Pops with bright almost pink undertones where thin and true orange where thick. Just a bit of color FUN!