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MARJON CERAMICS INC.
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DRY STONEWARE GLAZES - CONE 10 -

GLAZE
5# 10# 25# 50#
 
190520 (WC520)
#16 TRANSPARENT (CONE 5-10)

This is a good, all-purpose clear gloss glaze which fires from Cone 5 to 10. It works
well with oxide colorants, and a light to medium application is recommended.

5.24
9.56
21.62
38.68

 
190522 (WC522)
*MG-2 WHITE MATTE

A semi-matte, opaque, white glaze which has a slight bluish tint in medium to heavy
 reduction. It reacts well with oxides, and works best under medium reduction

(Non stock special order)

4.23
7.72
17.45
31.21

 
190524 (WC524)
*TAN MATTE

An opaque, semi-matte glaze which fires off-white or beige color depending on the clay body
 and amount of reduction. Reacts well with iron as a colorant. A thin to medium
 application is recommended.

(Non stock special order)

5.97
10.89
24.63
44.07











 GLAZE
5#
10#
25#
50#
190525 (WC525)
*TENMOKU #1

Known traditionally in the Orient as the "hare's fur" glaze because of the way the brown and black
break together on heavy appliications. It is an opaque, gloss glaze, not suited for use with oxide
decoration. It has high iron and medium calcium content.

(Non stock special order)

6.05
11.04
24.97
44.68

 
190526 (WC526)
*TEMOKU #2

An opaque, gloss glaze with characteristics much like Tenmoku No.1 but tends to show more plum-red in
 conjunction with the black. It is high in iron and low in calcium content. Not suited to oxide decoration.

(Non stock special order)

6.13
11.19
25.31
45.29

 
190527 (WC527)
*CHUN CLEAR

Chun is a semi-opaque, gloss glaze which is transparent when applied thin. It reacts well with iron, copper
 and cobalt. Chun has traditionally been used for glazing porcelain and works well in light to medium reduction firing.

(Non stock special order)

10.02
18.30
41.39
74.05

 
190531 (WC531)
*WHITE WAXEY

An opaque, semi-matte glaze. It has a waxy finish, and works very well with brushed oxide decoration
 to produce soft color variations. It reacts well with oxides, and works best under medium reduction firing.

(Non stock special order)


4.97
9.08
20.52
36.72

 
190532 (WC532)
*PM EGGSHELL

This is an opaque, white glaze with an eggshell texture. It reacts well with oxides, with the best
results are obtained in light to medium reduction firing.

(Non stock special order)

4.72
8.62
19.50
34.89








 GLAZE
5#
10#
25#
50#
190550 (WC550)
*CELADON

Celadon is an ancient, traditional, Asian glaze. It is translucent with a grayish green color and a
 semi-gloss surface. The translucency allows some of the clay body to show through the glaze.
 Celadon reacts beautifully with most oxides in reduction firing.
(Non stock special order)


4.23
7.72
17.45
31.21

 
190553 (WC553)
*K-9 GRAY/BLUE

A semi-opaque glaze which allows the texture of the clay body to show through. It is a shiny glaze
which tends to be a deep gray blue, with some mottling. K-9 reacts well with oxides such as iron
 and rutile and works best in medium reduction firing.

(Non stock special order)

6.13
11.19
25.31
45.29

 
190554 (WC554)
*TURQUOISE MATTE

An opaque, blue-green color with some mottling in larger areas. It does not react well with oxides,
 and should not be fired in heavy reduction.

(Non stock special order)

12.01
21.93
49.59
88.74

 
190555 (WC555)
*STONEY MATTE

Stony Matte is an opaque, off-white glaze with a semi-matte finish. It works nicely with oxide decoration.
Best results are obtained with a medium application and light to medium reduction firing

(Non stock special order)

5.72
10.44
23.60
42.23

 
190556 (WC556)
*IRON RED

This glaze is a member of the Tenmoku and Kaki family of glazes. It is a rich, red semi-gloss glaze
 which has some mottling. The brightest color is achieved over porcelain or white stoneware in
oxidation firing. Dark clay bodies or reduction firing tend to make this glaze redblack. Iron Red
does not lend itself to some oxides in decoration.

(Non stock special order)

7.04
12.86
29.07
52.02









 GLAZE
5#
10#
25#
50#
190557 (WC557)
*BLUE/BROWN

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.

(Non stock special order)

6.05
11.04
24.97
44.68


190558 (WC558)
*JON'S CLEAR (CONE 5-10)

This glaze is excellent on porcelain and smooth stoneware. It is recommended this glaze be
thinly applied for best results. Fires Cone 5 to 10.

(Non stock special order)

8.37
15.28
34.54
61.81

 
*ARTIFICIAL SALT
190559 (WC559)

The toxologists say no more salt glazes, but they haven't tried ours! This Cone 10 "artificial"
 salt glaze produces almost identical results to the old favorite without the hazard to man,
 machinery or environment.


(Non stock special order)


18.71
34.17
77.29
138.31


*CRYSTAL PALACE 10
190561 (WC561) 

Spectacular glaze with remarkable crystalline effects when fired
at Cone 7 to Cone 10. Results are inconsistent and erratic but always exciting!
 Additions of 1-3% rutile, titanium dioxide and cobalt with additions of zinc will enhance the effect.

(Non stock special order)

17.14
31.30
70.80
126.69

 
*ALFRED CELADON
81 (V1)

A contemporary answer to an ancient glaze question. A beautiful green to gray
 glaze that picks up the clay color through transparency. Compatible with most
 brushed oxides in a reduction atmosphere.

(Non stock special order)




4.06
7.41
16.76
29.99






 GLAZE
5#
10#
25#
50#
82 (V2)
*BRIGHT BROWN/BLACK
An opaque, glossy glaze with a smooth surface that reveals a broken brown/black pattern.
 Reacts well with light colored glazes, splashed or poured over. Black if double
 dipped or when thick. Fluid

(Non stock special order)

5.96
10.89
24.63
44.07

 
83 (V3)
*CHUN BASE
A semi-opaque glaze, depending on application. Reacts well with copper,
cobalt and rutile/iron oxides. Excellent over all Cone 10 bodies, but best
 over porcelain. Smooth, fluid surface. Can be altered with the use of oxides.

(Non stock special order)

8.36 15.27
34.54
61.81

 
85 (V5)
*G-MATTE BASE
A light tan base that is smooth and opaque. The base can be altered with the use of oxides.
 Accepts most brush decoration done with a variety of oxides. Looks
 best in medium to heavy reduction.

(Non stock special order)

8.20
14.97
33.86
60.59

 
86 (V6)
*HT51
A base glaze that has a light gray/green tint. Accepts most oxides as brush decoration
 or as additives. Looks best in medium to heavy reduction.

(Non stock special order)

3.64
6.65
15.05
26.93

 
812 (V12)
*CEE CLEAR
A transparent, smooth glaze that tints green on porcelain and gray on stoneware.
Can be altered with oxide colorants and accepts most oxides for brush decoration.
 Best when reduced heavy to medium.

(Non stock special order)

3.64
6.65
15.05
26.93

 
815 (V15)
*LAGUNA CLEAR
A semi-opaque glaze with strong hints of blue and white. Accepts most oxides
 as colorants and as brush decoration.

(Non stock special order)

7.12
13.00
29.41
52.63






 GLAZE
5#
10#
25#
50#
817 (V17)
*KCNST
An opaque, plum glaze that reacts well with lighter color glazes poured or dipped over.
 Consistent, semi-fluid, and accepts a strong reduction.

(Non stock special order)

5.96
10.89
24.63
44.07







818 (V18)
*#41 WHITE
A semi-gloss white when thick and a gray/white when thin. Best on stoneware with medium reduction.

(Non stock special order)

4.31
7.86
17.79
31.83

 
820 (V20)
*BARNARD GREEN
Smooth surface glaze that is transparent green on porcelain, and brown/green translucent on
dark clays. Can accept some oxides, fires best with medium reduction
(Non stock special order)


5.13
9.37
21.21
37.95

 
821 (V21)
*FLAMBE BLUE
A smooth translucent glaze that is a strong blue when oxidized and a deep blue/maroon
 when heavily reduced.

(Non stock special order)

14.08
25.70
58.14
104.04

 
830 (V30)
*SUN VALLEY
A rich rutile blue with caramel highlights. It likes to be fired hot in reduction,
 but turns to a translucent khaki when fired in oxidation.

(Non stock special order)

6.87 12.55 28.39
50.80










 GLAZE
5#
10#
25#
50#
836 (V36)
*PURPLE SUNRISE
A deep cobalt blue with floating pink blooms. Similar effect whether fired in oxidation or reduction

(Non stock special order)

10.35
18.90
42.75
76.50

 
837 (V37)
*COPPER RED
Start reducing at Cone 06, and you'll love the wonderful copper red look of this glaze
. Over reduction can lessen or even eliminate the desired results, so experiment first!

(Non stock special order)

11.18
20.41
46.17
82.62

 
0682 (SG682)
*BRILLANT BLACK
This very black glaze is somewhat liquid and fires at Cone 9 or 10. The surface is
smooth and very glossy. Not recommended for reduction.

(Non stock special order)

14.08
25.70
58.14
104.04

 
0691 (SG91)
*WHITE GLOSS
This smooth, sanitary white glaze is compatible at Cone 9 or 10 firing temperatures.
Well suited for oxide or stain decoration or additions. Not recommended for reduction.

(Non stock special order)

5.88
10.74
24.28
43.45
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