Glaze Combinations

Endless Glaze Possibilities

Artists can achieve incredible finishes with a simple combination of two glazes. Get inspired with the glaze combinations below or feel free to test your very own! Browse below or:

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Technique was achieved by brushing on two (2) layers of base glaze. Then apply two (2) layers of top glaze, letting glazes dry between coats.
*All Cone 6 & Cone 10 combinations are fired in oxidation on white stoneware body.
*Cone 06 combinations are fired on white earthenware body.

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Cone 10
SW-401 Light Flux
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SW-145 Tea Dust
Cone 6
SW-401 Light Flux
Over
SW-145 Tea Dust
Cone 10
SW-180 Desert Dusk
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SW-145 Tea Dust
Cone 6
SW-180 Desert Dusk
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SW-145 Tea Dust
Cone 10
SW-179 Muddy Waters
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SW-145 Tea Dust
Cone 6
SW-179 Muddy Waters
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SW-145 Tea Dust
Cone 10
SW-176 Sandstone
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SW-145 Tea Dust
Cone 6
SW-176 Sandstone
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SW-145 Tea Dust
Cone 10
SW-168 Coral Sands
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SW-145 Tea Dust
Cone 6
SW-168 Coral Sands
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SW-145 Tea Dust
Cone 10
SW-162 Pink Matte
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SW-145 Tea Dust
Cone 6
SW-162 Pink Matte
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SW-145 Tea Dust
Cone 10
SW-150 Celadon Bloom
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SW-145 Tea Dust
Cone 6
SW-150 Celadon Bloom
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SW-145 Tea Dust
Cone 10
SW-134 Eggplant
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SW-145 Tea Dust
Cone 6
SW-134 Eggplant
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SW-145 Tea Dust
Cone 10
SW-123 Sapphire
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SW-145 Tea Dust
Cone 6
SW-123 Sapphire
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SW-145 Tea Dust
Cone 10
SW-120 Northern Woods
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SW-145 Tea Dust
Cone 6
SW-120 Northern Woods
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SW-145 Tea Dust
Cone 10
SW-109 Capri Blue
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SW-145 Tea Dust

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