CTM Potters Supplies - if you use clay you need CTM

Doncaster Tel: 01709 770801

Simba Materials Limited t/a

CTM Potters Supplies Co Reg No 05659119

   Doncaster Fax : 01709 770803

doncaster@ctmpotterssupplies.co.uk     Unit 8 Broomhouse Lane Industrial Estate, Edlington, Doncaster DN12 1EQ

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Exeter Tel: 01395 233077

   Exeter Fax : 01395 233905

admin@ctmpotterssupplies.co.uk            Unit 19 Hogsbrook Units,Greendale Ind Estate EAST, White Cross Road, Woodbury Salterton, Exeter EX5 1PY

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Please Note

Delivery Charges


Porcelain  Glazes  

      £ / kg

1 kg

£ pkg

2 kg

Pack

5 kg

Pack

10 kg

Pack

25 kg

Pack


GZ 2302P

Satin Porcelain Glaze

1200-1280oC


£7.20

£13.30

£31.00

£58.00

£137.25


GZ 2303P

Glossy White Opaque Porcelain

1220-1300oC


£11.80

£20.70

£49.40

£96.30

£228.75


GZ 2304P

Glossy Transparent Porcelain Glaze (GZ2304/5P)

1220-1300oC

£7.20

£13.30

£31.00

£58.00

£137.25


GZ 2306P

Celadon Blue Porcelain Glaze

1220-1300oC

£11.80

£20.70

£49.40

£96.30

£228.75


GZ 2307P

Celadon Green Porcelain Glaze

1220-1300oC

£11.80

£20.70

£49.40

£96.30

£228.75


We stock a wide range of stains that may work with these glazes and porcelain clays for them to go on.

Porcelain Glazes

Universal General Medium

£ /kg

250 gm

500 gm

1 kg

5 kg

10 kg

UGM Liquid

£3.70

£4.85

£8.65

£25.95

£44.10

PRICE LIST

These glaze powders have been specifically designed to match the contraction and expansion of porcelain clays, and the Celadon colours have been designed to give the subtle colours expected of traditional porcelain.


Some customers do use standard stoneware glazes on porcelain without problems but many do find that these give more reliable results.  Of course you can put stains into the transparent glossy glaze.

VAT to be added on to all Glaze Prices

Generally if mixing a dipping glaze with Porcelain powders you need a consistency of single cream - sieve powder then start with a ratio of 1 powder to 0.8 liquid and then add more as required mixing well but without trapping air.  Sieve again, then leave for two hours.

If you are not dipping straight away and it is settling out then next time you can add our UGM medium 75/85% UGM to 15/25% water; or replace 12% of the water with a 2% SCMC cellulose glaze binder solution.  If creating a brush on we would recommend using the UGM.

Wipe all the salts off after bisque firing as these can reboil during the glaze firing causing glaze problems.


Many people recommend slowing down the cooling rate of the kiln for the first few hundred degrees after the soak when firing porcelain to reduce warping.

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VAT to be added on to all Glaze Prices