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All Duncan ceramic glazes are low fire except RG (Renaissance)
- Duncan Pure Brilliance Clear Glaze NEW!
- New Duncan Clear Glaze. Non-leaded, non-toxic, crystal clear!
- Duncan Renaissance Glazes (RG) NEW!
- The wonder and mystery of the old world come alive with Duncan® Renaissance Glazes™, a premier mid-range ceramic glaze that modernizes art history. Firing to cone 5-6, the line of eight unique glazes provides limitless opportunities to embrace the rustic, ancient, historical and artistic perspectives of the 16th century.
- Duncan Designer Glazes (DG)
- New Designer Glazes™ get their name from Fashion Couture! Fabrics, textures, colors! It is all about a high-end look for your home and creativity! Colors break. Duncan Designer Glazes™ work in perfect harmony with other Duncan ceramic glazes and underglazes as well as in combination with each other for dramatic results. All non-toxic.
- Duncan Envision Glazes (IN)
- Lead-free cousin to Duncan's popular Gloss Glazes. They work with a variety of decorating techniques and produce a distinctively smooth and elegant appearance in colors ranging from opaque to transparent. Envisions move very little during firing, so apply them with smooth, even strokes. Most colors may be mixed together to create custom colors with no changes in application or performance. All are safe for use on food containers. Transparent and opaque.
- Duncan French Dimensions Glazes (FD)
- High-pile ceramic glazes for raised design effects over and under nonmoving glazes and over each other. Non-toxic, but not recommended for use on food containers due to raised surface.
- Duncan Specialty Glazes (SY)
- Metallic Glazes with a slight filigree effect. Use for solid coverage or accenting. Snow produced billowy white texture that simulates snow, ocean foam, clouds, etc.
- Duncan Crystals and Crackles Glazes (CR)
- These special effects ceramic glazes are among the easiest to use and create some of the most dazzling effects. Crackle glazes create random hairline cracks with interesting patterns. They allow some clay color to show through the glaze. They are non-toxic but not recommended for dinnerware. The remaining glazes feature opaque gloss colors with embedded color crystals that melt and run during the firing process. Each firing results in unique and magical flow patterns that give these glazes their magical appeal. Non-toxic and dinnerware safe.
- Duncan Courtyard Glazes (CY)
- Courtyard Art Glazes are self-antiquing matte glazes that result in rich varied color. No two firings will give exactly the same results. They work well with Concepts Underglazes for bisque.
- Duncan Satin Glazes (SN)
- Matte glazes. These glazes are all non-toxic, dinnerware safe, and overglaze compatible.
- Duncan Lustre & Metallic Overglaze
- Lustres are translucent products that gives underlying colors the iridescent look of mother-of-pearl. It will assume a sheen similar to that of the underlying glaze (for example, if the underlying glaze is satin, the overglaze will be also.) Metallics are actual precious metals which, when fired, yield different shades ranging from yellow gold to white gold. They are primarily accent products applied over a fired glaze and then kiln fired at a relatively low temperature. Wipe surfaces with rubbing alcohol prior to application (except when applying over a crackle glaze.) Metallic overglazes will assume a sheen similar to that of the underlying glaze (for example, if the underlying glaze is satin, the overglaze will be also.)
- Duncan EZ Strokes Translucent (EZ)
- EZ Strokes have become popular for their versatility. Their translucent quality makes them suitable for use with a number of decorating techniques including airbrushing, antiquing and brushwork. One stroke is all you need for most design work. One or two additional strokes may be added for depth and shading while the color is still wet. (Do not apply additional coats after the color has dried, or the heavy buildup may cause popping off, bleed, or bubbling). E-Z strokes may be applied over most underglazes, including Cover-Coats and other E-Z stroke colors, allowing the base color to show through. They may also be used to tint clay slip, most glazes, and other E-Z stroke colors. May be used on greenware or bisqueware. For best results fire to cone 06 after application, then glaze fire. Glaze fire from cone 06-1. Some colors will go to cone 10 oxidation.
- Duncan Concepts (CN001-CN507)
- The first coat is translucent. The second is semi-opaque. Three coats give bisque full coverage. All are non-toxic. Can be used without clear glaze, but is designed for use with Envision Clear glaze or Diamond Clear (brush-on or dipping). Colors are easy to choose in harmonizing shades. Stay in either the light, the bright, or the dark category and they will match in intensity. Check out the new colors. CN501-506 Neons Concepts are often used for painting onto already fired tiles and dinnerware, then re-firing. Even though it is an underglaze, many have reported good success using them in this manner.
- Duncan Cover-Coats (CC)
- For solid-color, 3-coat coverage on greenware. Some colors may also be applied to bisque (check label.) Cover-Coats fire to an opaque, porous matte finish. A clear glaze finish is used to seal the porous surface and to brighten the underglaze colors. Colors may be tinted with E-Z Strokes or other Cover-Coats. Colors shine with polishing technique which is done by completing application, mixing a further quantity of the color half and half with water, and applying to small sections of the piece at a time. Just as the wet look disappears, polish briskly with a soft cloth. Overlap each area as you go until finished to a satin sheen. After firing this surface will be water resistant but not waterproof.
Duncan Acrylic Paints
- Duncan Translucent Stains
- Duncan Sealers (brush on and speay, includes brush cleaner and prep-coat)
- Duncan Non-fired Snow