- To be applied on earthenware/low fire bisque
- Firing range between Cone 06 (999°C) – Cone 04 (1,060°C)
- Using 2-3 coats
- Colors are intermixable
Low Sheen Glazes – Cream
Our “Low Sheen Glazes” are a range of bright quality satin/matt glazes that are forgiving in uneven applications giving satisfactory results.
Chrysanthos Low Sheen Glazes are a premium range of satin glazes designed to create a low sheen finish on ceramic ware in an array of captivating colors.
Low Sheen Clear Glaze may be used over Underglaze and One Stroke decoration for a muted effect.
Low Sheen Glazes are for application to earthenware bisque and when fired correctly will seal and protect the ceramic ware from moisture and discoloration caused by contact with food and liquids.
Low Sheen Glazes are also fully intermixable.
To obtain optimum results, 2 – 3 thin coats of Low Sheen Glaze should be applied using a fan brush. Ensure each coat is dry before applying subsequent coats at right angles to one another (i.e. crosshatching). Water may be added if necessary to thin the glaze to prevent bubbling or other imperfections.
In the case of the Low Sheen Clear, only 2 thin coats should be applied.
For the best results, the Low Sheen Glazes should be fired to between cone 06 (999°C) and cone 04 (1,060°C) on earthenware bisque that has been previously fired to between cone 04 (1,060°C) and cone 03 (1,101°C). A slow firing is preferable to ensure that the glaze has time to smooth out and produce a smooth silky finish.
Ceramic ware that has been coated with Low Sheen Glazes may be used for the storage of food and beverages.
Always refer to the bottle and MSDS for all hazard and safety instructions.
140 mL, 500 mL
Underglazes – White$2.58–$98.99
More matte than sheen at cone 06