General Pottery holds a range of glaze materials and oxides available in small quantities.
All glazing materials are hazardous and are sold on the understanding that they will be used to make glaze.
Alumina Calcined 500gm
Alumina Hydrate 500gm
Ball Clay 500gm and 1kg
Barium Carbonate 100gm
Bone Ash 100gm
Calcite Carbonate (Whiting) 500gm and 1kg
China Clay (Kaolin) 500gm and 1 kg
Chrome Oxide 100gm
Cobalt Carbonate 100gm
Cobalt Oxide 100gm
Copper Carbonate 100gm
Cornish Stone 500gm
Frit 2268 - Calcium Borate 100gm
Frit P2953 - Standard Borax Frit 100gm
Frit 3124 (4124) - Medium Borax Frit 100gm
Frit 3134 (4108) - Medium Soft Borax Frit 100gm
Frit F4101 - High Alkaline 100gm
Frit 4110 (F3110) - Medium Soft Alkaline 100gm
Frit 4131 (FS6225) - High Temperature Borax 100gm
Frit P2953 - Standard Borax 100gm
Gertsley Borate 100gm
Iron Oxide - Black 100gm
Iron Oxide - Red 100gm
Iron Oxide - Yellow 100gm
Lithium Carbonate 100gm
Magnesium Carbonate Light 500gm
Manganese Carbonate 100gm
Manganese Dioxide 100gm
Nepheline Syenite 500gm and 1kg
Nickle Oxide 100gm
Potash Feldspar 500gm and 1kg
Silica (Flint, Quartz) 500gm and 1kg
Soda Feldspar 500gm and 1kg
Strontium Carbonate 100gm
Talc 500gm and 1kg
Tin Oxide 100gm
Titanium Dioxide 100gm
Zinc Oxide 100gm
Zirco Sil 5 100gm
All glaze materials are hazardous.
Always wear a mask when handling dry glaze materials.
If you have sensitive skin, are pregnant, or under 12 years old you should always wear gloves when dealing with glaze and glaze materials.
Always wash your hands after working with glaze materials.
Not sure about making your own glazes yet?
You need the Glaze Box - a mini-course in glaze making!
The box includes a beginners guide to glazing, a selection of glaze materials for you to experiment with, and a variety of tools for applying glaze to your work!