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The following line of Laguna Dry Glazes are all formulated for Cone 10. They tend to be traditional, muted, earthy colors. Most can be fired in oxidation, although many are best in reduction.
In reduction, these glazes will be enhanced by the reduction process. Impurities and trace metals in the clay and glaze will react with carbon in the kiln atmosphere to create spotting. Oxides react in various and sometimes spectacular ways. Each firing creates a certain unique quality in the ware.
Read the description carefully to determine whether oxidation or reduction is advised. All are lead free and non-toxic, and may be used on dinnerware when fired properly.
An opaque glossy glaze that is a rich blue in areas where the glaze is thicker and brown where it breaks and becomes thinner. For best results Blue Brown should be fired in medium reduction. In oxidation firing it becomes milky yellow.
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|Dinnerware||Yes, when fired properly|