Amaco Potter's Choice Glazes were designed to achieve Cone 10 reduction effects in an electric kiln. These stunning glazes add fluid colors and effects to smooth or textured ware, and can be layered with each other for a wide variety of colors and surfaces.
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Amaco Potter's Choice Glazes were designed for anyone who would like to achieve the Cone 10 reduction effects in an electric kiln without having to have a reduction gas kiln or firing at that high temperature. These stunning glazes add fluid colors and effects to smooth or textured ware, and can be layered with each other for a wide variety of colors and surfaces.
Every glaze, except for Palladium, is dinnerware and food safe, and every color conforms to ASTM D-4236 standards. These glazes can be brushed on in layers or dipped. For optimal results, these lead-free glazes are fired at Cone 5-6 (2205ºF-2269ºF, 1207ºC-1243ºC) in an oxidation kiln. Amaco Potter's Choice Glazes are ready-to-use right out of the jar, just shake well.
Note - Click through to individual colors for additional information about each bottle of liquid Potter's Choice Glaze by Amaco, including more wonderful sample ceramics.
Family-owned since 1919, American Art Clay Company, Inc. was the first manufacturer of modeling clay in the United States, the first in the industry to formulate lead-free glazes and is the leader in offering safe ceramic materials. Amaco makes more clay than any other company in North America.
Not many companies can say that they’ve been in business for more than 90 years–and almost anyone would agree that such longevity is a pretty remarkable event. Amaco is proud to claim this distinction, celebrating new products and an optimistic outlook for the next 90 years.