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CRYSTAL GLAZES

Crystal glazes are an exciting assortment of colored glazes that explode with jewels of color during firing.
They consist of a base glaze with pebbles, granules and specks of contrasting glazes.
Crystal glazes are a lead bearing glaze and should not be confused with the nontoxic crystal glazes called crystalites.
Never use crystal glazes on objects that will come into contact with your food.
Apply 3 to 4 coats of glaze on bisque that has been fired to Cone 04.
Make sure that your piece of pottery or ceramic is completely dry and fire to Cone 06.
These glazes can be bought at most pottery or ceramic shops.
The brand name is Mayco Jungle Gems.
You can also look these Mayco glazes up on the web at clay-king.com or call toll free at: 1-888-838-3625 and get the prices of each one or to place an order.



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Marbleous Blue

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Over Blue

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Peacock Green

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