"Clean." That is the first word I think of when I use this glaze on top of my yummy white clay body. The finish of this glaze is soft to the touch and very aesthetically pleasing. Matte White is food safe.
This is a very popular glaze in my studio. It's a "happy," glaze... just looking at it will make you happy. There is color variation in this glaze depending on the clay body that is used. brown specks show less on my white clay body. Pistachio Shino is food safe.
The perfect, "Farmhouse," glaze. this glaze also shows more brown in certain clay bodies and less on my white clay. Farmhouse Shino is food safe
This glaze can be kind of tricky. Like the others the color does vary on clay body it is on, where it sits in the kiln, technique and thickness. You can see in pictures below on my white clay it is more "gold," and on my other clay it is more "red." We have to be careful layering other glazes with Red Gold...it moves a lot in the firing and will cause a big mess of my high dollar kiln shelves if you're not careful! Oh but when i do layer and it doesn't run all over the place it comes out absolutely stunning. red Gold is food safe.
George's Green with drips
This look is created with two different glazes. First I dip the piece in our famous, "George's Green," glaze and then drip our matte yellow glaze around the rim using a syringe. This glaze combination is fun and no two drips are the same. George's Green with drips is food safe.
This look is also created using two different glazes. First I dip the whole piece in our, "Floating Blue," glaze and then I syringe, "Gunmetal Green," on the rim creating the drips. Once again no two pieces are the same. Floating Gunmetal is food safe.
Gunmetal Green is a mostly green glaze with a gunmetal color where the glaze is thickest. I enjoy using this glaze because it has very unique movement...the finished product is never boring. Gunmetal green is food safe.