Cone 6: Blue Splatterware is a white, semi-matte glaze that contains a blue crystal. As the crystal melts it creates small blue blooms that cause the glaze to resemble the look of 19th century enamelware.
Cone 10: Crystals become less defined.
TIP: SW-141 White Matte is the base glaze. For a lighter crystal effect, you may try applying two coats of SW-141 White Matte with a third coat of SW-152 Blue Splatterware.
Stoneware crystal glazes are designed to expand upon the surface with dazzling bursts of color. Fired results will vary based on ware’s orientation. Crystals will settle to the bottom of the jar and will need a good mixing prior to initial use. Re-stir between each coat. Stir with palette knife or other unpainted tool. Avoid placing crystals near the bottom third of a vertical piece as they may cause additional movement during firing. Crystals will flow more than the base glaze. While the glaze is wet, use your fan brush to redistribute the crystals to achieve balanced coverage. Over-application or heavy deposition of the crystals can cause pinholing or running. When storing a crystal glaze, you may consider storing upside down to facilitate crystal dispersion on the next use.
5 Lbs dry may have a lead time of 2-3 weeks.