Here’s some of the glaze combinations I’m wanting to try on my bottles and vases, especially the simple, clean line forms. However, I think these could look great on the pieces with the handles too. Here’s a look at the sketches from yesterday’s post, just in case you missed it.
#1 Seaweed over True Celadon is absolutely gorgeous
#2 Frosted Turquoise over True Celadon is wonderful
#3 Lustrous Jade over True Celadon is really nice
#4 Arctic Blue over True Celadon is nice
Oh, my goodness!
I feel like a kid in the candy store. I want to try every single one of these glaze combinations by Potters Choice. I can already see these glazes on my bottles and vases. And they would look great on dinnerware too. I love these!
#1 Art Deco Green over True Celadon is absolutely gorgeous
#2 Umber Float over True Celadon is awesome
#3 Frosted Melon over True Celadon is so pretty
#4 Tourmaline over True Celadon is really nice
Oh, my word!
I am in love with #1, isn’t it gorgeous! I can definitely see that one on my bottles and vases. Oh, and dinnerware too! I think I’ll try that one first. I have to do more than one post on these glaze combinations, there’s so many gorgeous colors. Wait till you see the blues and browns.
#1 Frosted Turquoise over Dark Green is absolutely beautiful
#2 Light Sepia over Dark Green is awesome
#3 Smoked Sienna over Dark Green is really nice
#4 Tourmaline over Dark green is so pretty
How about these glaze combinations? Wow!
#1 Lustrous Jade over Smokey Merlot is awesome
#2 Seaweed over Smokey Merlot is gorgeous
#3 Iron Lustre over Smokey Merlot is really nice
#4 Tourmaline over Smokey Merlot is so pretty
#1 Light Sepia over Smokey Merlot is really nice
#2 Deep Firebrick over Smokey Merlot is really nice
#3 Vert Lustre over Smokey Merlot is nice
#4 Toasted Sage over Smokey Merlot is so pretty
I’m really looking forward to trying these!
Which color combinations do you like?
Lisa L Griffin says
Thank you for posting these combinations! As a very beginner with glazing, this is so helpful.
You’re welcome! I’m so glad it’s helpful. Good luck glazing.
Vickie Shelbourne says
These are sooooo helpful….. I get so confused and scared, but I’ll follow yr suggesions. Thank you. Could you tell me if these would work on white Earthenware.
Thank you! I’m so glad. That happened to me when I first started. The more you do it, the more comfortable you will feel. These glazes will not work on Earthenware. Earthenware fires to a different temperature. Look for glazes specifically for Earthenware only. The glazes I use are mid-range glazes – cone 5 – cone 6.