Norse Blue SW-166 over Sea Salt SW-118 Stoneware Combination
- Brand: Mayco Colors
- Product Code: STWC-SW-166-SW118 Combo - 16oz
- Availability: In Stock
SW-166 Norse Blue over SW-118 Sea Salt Stoneware Combination
This technique was achieved by brushing on two (2) layers of base glaze (SW-118 Sea Salt). Then apply two (2) layers of top glaze, letting glazes dry between coats
This Combo Kit includes 1 - 16 ounce jar of each color shown above - 2 Jars Total
Mayco’s Stoneware glaze assortment, including Opals, Ices, and Washes, offers a variety of finishes, textures and endless possibilities for glaze combinations. Designed to perform from cones 5-10, in oxidation or reduction firing processes on stoneware clay body of choice. Artists will appreciate the consistency of performance and control of movement .
Sophistication and Reliability
Mayco stoneware glazes have a firing range of Cone 5-10. Always test your chosen glaze combination before applying all over to piece.
Visit the Galleries page to see Cone 10 reduction results.
Mayco’s Stoneware glazes are formulated to be friendly to the user in application, layering and firing. Artists will find amazing glaze combinations to expand the creative possibilities in the studio. Whether it is a pairing with a Mayco Wash, one of our Clears or a complex surface like SW-127 Olivine, these layering techniques will improve the work of any clay enthusiast.
Use Mayco Stoneware Glazes on any midrange clay body. These glazes are intended for use at cone range 4-6 but are also stable and pleasing at cone 10. Can be used in oxidation, reduction or other alternative atmospheric firing conditions. Always test prior to use.
For premixed products:
Stir well. Apply to soft-fired bisque(cone 04/06). Apply one, two or three coats depending on the result desired. Allow each coat to dry before applying the next coat. Fire to cone 5/6.
Stoneware crystal glazes
Our Stoneware glaze palette includes four glazes that contain small pieces of glass which create variegated color when fired. These glazes are beautiful by themselves, blending and pooling naturally over the clay form. Glaze shown here: SW-115 Midnight Rain.