Concepts Underglazes represent a new generation in fired color. Versatility and ease of use make them ideal for both the casual ceramist and professional.
One stroke allows for translucent design work. Three strokes provide solid coverage. Concepts can be used with a wide variety of decoration techniques.
Clear Glaze CN2000 comes in a gallon size jar. Other colors come in 2 oz. bottles. The Sprinkles have a subtle sprinkling of an alternating color within.
One stroke allows for translucent design work. Three strokes provide solid coverage. Concepts can be used with a wide variety of decoration techniques. Clear Glaze CN2000 comes in a gallon size jar. Other colors come in 2 oz. bottles. The Sprinkles have a subtle sprinkling of an alternating color within.
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What is the firing range for these glazes before they start to lose color?- Asked by Patrick on 06-Jan-14
Concept Underglazes are usually fired at cone 06. Some colors may fade at cone 5-6, and it is recommended to create a test fire piece as results of high fire application may vary.- Answered by MisterArt on 09-Jan-14
Is this product good for cone 4 through 6?- Asked by Edward on 27-Nov-13
Yes, exactly.- Answered by MisterArt on 27-Nov-13
Can two Concepts underglazes be mixed together?- Asked by Lisa on 10-Nov-13
Duncan Concepts can be mixed.- Answered by MisterArt on 11-Nov-13
Can one color be painted over another?- Asked by Kathleen on 26-May-13
Duncan Concepts can be layered.- Answered by MisterArt on 28-May-13
Do you apply the Duncan underglaze directly to the bisqueware or greenware?- Asked by Linda on 28-Nov-12
The Concept Underglazes are for use on bisque. For greenware, you would use the Duncan Cover-Coat Opaque Underglazes or the Duncan Premixed E-Z Stroke Translucent Underglazes.- Answered by MisterArt on 29-Nov-12
After applying the underglaze, what product do you recommend to place as a coat over the underglaze?- Asked by Linda on 28-Nov-12
For bisque, after you have applied the underglaze, you can use the Envision glaze, Satin glazes, Crackles glaze, or the French Dimensions glaze (all fire to shelf cone 06). For greenware, you can use Cover-Coat or other E-Z Stroke colors. E-Z Strokes work well with high fire, cone 5-6 and some to cone 10. As high results vary, we recommend firing a test piece.- Answered by MisterArt on 29-Nov-12
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