Cone 5-6. A collection of potters’ favorite glazes made easy.  They are made for anyone who would like to achieve the Cone 10 reduction effects without having to have a reduction gas kiln or firing at that high temperature. The PC Series glazes look beautiful and authentic.  All colors are Lead Free, but not necessarily AP Non-toxic.  CL glazes are restricted from use by K-6.  Examples shown below were fired in an oxidation kiln.  Potter’s Choice glazes are Available in Pints, Gallons, and 25 lb. Dry (25 lb. dipping glazes are packaged in 5 gallon buckets for easy mixing.).   Click on any color chip to see it larger.  If you see an Item Code listed in blue, it has been a Bracker’s featured glaze.  Click on it for more info about that specific glaze!

 

Item Code

Color Name

Color Chip

Pint

Gallon

25# Dry

AMGPC01

Saturation Metallic(CL)

As with all float glazes it is important to achieve a good thickness. The float in these glazes consists of metallic materials that give a reflective metal look. If the glaze application is thin, the surface will look splotchy and the metal film will look incomplete.

 

$17.95

$79.95

$250.00

AMGPC02

Saturation Gold

As with all float glazes it is important to achieve a good thickness. The float in these glazes consists of metallic materials that give a reflective metal look. If the glaze application is thin, the surface will look splotchy and the metal film will look incomplete. Saturation Gold is a very touchy glaze that will take some trial to master; but can yield awesome results.)

 

 

$9.45

$49.95

$135.00

AMGPC04

Palladium

A brilliant shimmering silver colored metallic glaze. It works well over most body colors and types, and can be used as a full glaze or as a decorative accent. Palladium is highly reflective and breaks a soft green tone over texture, Palladium tends to be fluid so feathering the glaze near the bottom of a piece is advised or leaving extra room for the glaze to flow..

$9.45

$49.95

$135.00

AMGPC12

Blue Midnight

These glazes need a certain thickness to float materials to the top surface of the glaze. This creates interest where the glaze pools in texture or drips. (If the glaze is applied too thinly, the glaze will not be able to float. The end result will be flat and probably an incorrect color.) The tiles show the float developing as the glaze is applied more heavily. Float makes these glazes perfect for layering.

$9.45

$49.95

$135.00

AMGPC20

Blue Rutile

These glazes need a certain thickness to float materials to the top surface of the glaze. This creates interest where the glaze pools in texture or drips. (If the glaze is applied too thinly, the glaze will not be able to float. The end result will be flat and probably an incorrect color.) The tiles show the float developing as the glaze is applied more heavily. Float makes these glazes perfect for layering. Blue Rutile needs to be applied heavy. Apply at least four coats. It will flow just a little and create beautiful effects.

 

$9.95

$59.95

$145.00

AMGPC23

Indigo Float

These glazes need a certain thickness to float materials to the top surface of the glaze. This creates interest where the glaze pools in texture or drips. (If the glaze is applied too thinly, the glaze will not be able to float. The end result will be flat and probably an incorrect color.) The tiles show the float developing as the glaze is applied more heavily. Float makes these glazes perfect for layering.

 

$9.45

$49.95

$135.00

AMGPC25

Textured Turquoise

These glazes need a certain thickness to float materials to the top surface of the glaze. This creates interest where the glaze pools in texture or drips. (If the glaze is applied too thinly, the glaze will not be able to float. The end result will be flat and probably an incorrect color.) The tiles show the float developing as the glaze is applied more heavily. Float makes these glazes perfect for layering.

$9.45

$49.95

$135.00

AMGPC27

Tourmaline

These glazes need a certain thickness to float materials to the top surface of the glaze. This creates interest where the glaze pools in texture or drips. (If the glaze is applied too thinly, the glaze will not be able to float. The end result will be flat and probably an incorrect color.) The tiles show the float developing as the glaze is applied more heavily. Float makes these glazes perfect for layering.

 

$9.45

$49.95

$135.00

AMGPC28

Frosted Turquoise

The heavy float glazes are similar to the regular float glazes except that they float a full coverage of excess material which will actually crack on the surface float (and then heal over) showing contrast between the lighter floated material and the darker base color. If the glaze is not applied heavy enough, the float will not be thick enough to crack and show the contrast. The cracking float surface also makes these ideal for layering on top of other glazes. (A note of caution with these glazes they are easily fumed by near-by pots that contain iron compounds or other volatiles. This can also create a beautiful look if desired but keep this in mind.)

 

$9.95

$59.95

$145.00

AMGPC29

Deep Olive Speckle

These glazes tend to be lighter in color and more translucent if applied too thin. (Although they may develop some pitting if applied too heavily, they will still look essentially as they were designed.)

 

$9.45

$49.95

$135.00

AMGPC30

Temmoku

$9.45

$49.95

$135.00

AMGPC32

Albany Slip Brown

These glazes need a certain thickness to float materials to the top surface of the glaze. This creates interest where the glaze pools in texture or drips. (If the glaze is applied too thinly, the glaze will not be able to float. The end result will be flat and probably an incorrect color.) The tiles show the float developing as the glaze is applied more heavily. Float makes these glazes perfect for layering. Albany Slip in particular is very fluid when applied thicker.  Use caution, and feather the application toward the bottom

 

$12.95

$69.95

$185.00

AMGPC33

Iron Lustre

These glazes need a certain thickness to float materials to the top surface of the glaze. This creates interest where the glaze pools in texture or drips. (If the glaze is applied too thinly, the glaze will not be able to float. The end result will be flat and probably an incorrect color.) The tiles show the float developing as the glaze is applied more heavily. Float makes these glazes perfect for layering.

 

$9.45

$49.95

$135.00

AMGPC34

Light Sepia

These glazes need a certain thickness to float materials to the top surface of the glaze. This creates interest where the glaze pools in texture or drips. (If the glaze is applied too thinly, the glaze will not be able to float. The end result will be flat and probably an incorrect color.) The tiles show the float developing as the glaze is applied more heavily. Float makes these glazes perfect for layering.

 

$9.45

$49.95

$135.00

AMGPC35

Oil Spot

 

$9.45

$49.95

$135.00

AMGPC36

Ironstone

These glazes need a certain thickness to float materials to the top surface of the glaze. This creates interest where the glaze pools in texture or drips. (If the glaze is applied too thinly, the glaze will not be able to float. The end result will be flat and probably an incorrect color.) The tiles show the float developing as the glaze is applied more heavily. Float makes these glazes perfect for layering.

 

$9.45

$49.95

$105.00

AMGPC37

Smoked Sienna

These glazes need a certain thickness to float materials to the top surface of the glaze. This creates interest where the glaze pools in texture or drips. (If the glaze is applied too thinly, the glaze will not be able to float. The end result will be flat and probably an incorrect color.) The tiles show the float developing as the glaze is applied more heavily. Float makes these glazes perfect for layering.

 

$9.45

$49.95

$135.00

AMGPC39

Umber Float

These glazes need a certain thickness to float materials to the top surface of the glaze. This creates interest where the glaze pools in texture or drips. (If the glaze is applied too thinly, the glaze will not be able to float. The end result will be flat and probably an incorrect color.) The tiles show the float developing as the glaze is applied more heavily. Float makes these glazes perfect for layering.

 

$9.45

$49.95

$135.00

AMGPC40

True Celadon(CL)

These glazes tend to be lighter in color and more translucent if applied too thin. (Although they may develop some pitting if applied too heavily, they will still look essentially as they were designed.)

 

$9.45

$49.95

$135.00

AMGPC41

Verte Lustre

These glazes need a certain thickness to float materials to the top surface of the glaze. This creates interest where the glaze pools in texture or drips. (If the glaze is applied too thinly, the glaze will not be able to float. The end result will be flat and probably an incorrect color.) The tiles show the float developing as the glaze is applied more heavily. Float makes these glazes perfect for layering. A rich copper green that exhibits subtle float and a very lustrous glow. A slight hint of metallic float makes Vert Lustre have a stunning reflectance. This glaze is beautiful in combination with TH-1 High Fire Texturizer.

$9.45

$49.95

$135.00

AMGPC42

Seaweed

These glazes need a certain thickness to float materials to the top surface of the glaze. This creates interest where the glaze pools in texture or drips. (If the glaze is applied too thinly, the glaze will not be able to float. The end result will be flat and probably an incorrect color.) The tiles show the float developing as the glaze is applied more heavily. Float makes these glazes perfect for layering.

$9.95

$59.95

$145.00

AMGPC43

Toasted Sage

These glazes need a certain thickness to float materials to the top surface of the glaze. This creates interest where the glaze pools in texture or drips. (If the glaze is applied too thinly, the glaze will not be able to float. The end result will be flat and probably an incorrect color.) The tiles show the float developing as the glaze is applied more heavily. Float makes these glazes perfect for layering.

$9.45

$49.95

$135.00

AMGPC46

Lustrous Jade

These glazes need a certain thickness to float materials to the top surface of the glaze. This creates interest where the glaze pools in texture or drips. (If the glaze is applied too thinly, the glaze will not be able to float. The end result will be flat and probably an incorrect color.) The tiles show the float developing as the glaze is applied more heavily. Float makes these glazes perfect for layering.

$9.45

$49.95

$135.00

AMGPC49

Frosted Melon

The heavy float glazes are similar to the regular float glazes except that they float a full coverage of excess material which will actually crack on the surface float (and then heal over) showing contrast between the lighter floated material and the darker base color. If the glaze is not applied heavy enough, the float will not be thick enough to crack and show the contrast. The cracking float surface also makes these ideal for layering on top of other glazes. (A note of caution with these glazes they are easily fumed by near-by pots that contain iron compounds or other volatiles. This can also create a beautiful look if desired but keep this in mind.)

$9.45

$49.95

$135.00

AMGPC50

Shino

Shino is designed to be applied irregularly. Apply two irregular coats. Once you have used it awhile you will see the effects you can get by varying the application.

$9.95

$59.95

$145.00

AMGPC52

Deep Sienna Speckle

These glazes tend to be lighter in color and more translucent if applied too thin. (Although they may develop some pitting if applied too heavily, they will still look essentially as they were designed.)

 

$9.95

$59.95

$145.00

AMGPC53

Ancient Jasper

These glazes need a certain thickness to float materials to the top surface of the glaze. This creates interest where the glaze pools in texture or drips. (If the glaze is applied too thinly, the glaze will not be able to float. The end result will be flat and probably an incorrect color.) The tiles show the float developing as the glaze is applied more heavily. Float makes these glazes perfect for layering. This glaze exudes the beauty and tones of ancient rock. Deep red tones, purples, yellows, browns, and black all intermingle in this exciting new glaze. Textural pieces allow Ancient Jasper to break up into a rainbow of rich tones which look like a combination of many different glazes.

$9.45

$49.95

$145.00

AMGPC55

Chun Plum

These glazes need a certain thickness to float materials to the top surface of the glaze. This creates interest where the glaze pools in texture or drips. (If the glaze is applied too thinly, the glaze will not be able to float. The end result will be flat and probably an incorrect color.) The tiles show the float developing as the glaze is applied more heavily. Float makes these glazes perfect for layering.

$12.95

$69.95

$185.00

AMGPC59

Deep Firebrick

These glazes tend to be lighter in color and more translucent if applied too thin. (Although they may develop some pitting if applied too heavily, they will still look essentially as they were designed.)

$9.95

$59.95

$145.00

AMGPC60

Salt Buff

Salt Buff has to be applied on the thin side. No more than two irregular coats are needed to get the random effect of salt glazing.

$9.45

$49.95

$135.00

AMGPCCP1

Class Pack 1

One pint jar of these six AP colors:  Blue Rutile, Temmoku, Oil Spot, Albany Slip Brown, Shino, Salt Buff

 

$55.95

 

 

AMGPCCP2

Class Pack 2

One pint jar of these six colors: AP –  Ironstone, Chun Plum; CL – Saturation Gold, Textured Turquoise, Seaweed,  Lustrous Jade

 

$55.95

 

 

AMGPCCP3

Class Pack 3

One pint jar each of these six AP colors: Blue Midnight, Tourmaline, Deep Olive Speckle, Light Sepia, Smoked Sienna, Seep Sienna Speckle

 

$55.95

 

 

AMGPCCP4

Class Pack 4

One pint jar each of these six AP colors: Indigo Float, Frosted Turquoise, Iron Lustre, Umber Float, Toasted Sage, Deep Firebrick

 

$55.95