Harrison Bell Art; Speckol
 Harrison Bell Art Glazes; Speckol brush-on glaze, product summary
A range of low solubility speckled glazes with a firing range 1015 to 1040 deg C.

For best results, apply 3 even coats to bisque allowing the glaze to dry between the coats. The samples show the results we achieved on both light coloured and red clay and were all fired at 1040 deg C in an electric kiln.

NOT FOOD SAFE..

Details of sample preparation
The glaze samples are based on a 4cm square tile of a pale clay.
A diagonal stripe of red slip was then applied to simulate the effect on red clay.
The red clay is always shown in the bottom right hand corner.
For matt finishes, a clear glaze was applied on an opposite diagonal.

EARTHENWARE - We poured P1616 Casting slip into a tile mould and when dry brushed on 2 coats of UG38 Light Brown Contem underglaze with a hake, on the right hand diagonal to represent red coloured clay and   biscuit fired to 1000 deg cent.  We brushed on 3 coats of the glaze with a hake and re-fired to 1040 deg cent. in an electric kiln.