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(Leadless) Firing Range 1200°C - 1280°C


Sea Magic - by Sneyd Ceramics:
Experience the enchantment of "Sea Magic" from our basic range of high-temperature glazes, exclusively at Sneyd Ceramics. This remarkable glaze transports you to the mesmerizing world of the deep blue sea, offering endless possibilities for your ceramic creations.


Stunning Aesthetic:

"Sea Magic" captivates with its stunning coastal hues, replicating the serene beauty of the ocean. The glaze's unique color palette evokes a sense of calm and tranquility, making it perfect for pottery, ceramics, and artistic projects that seek to capture the essence of the sea.


Versatile Application:

Achieving the perfect finish is a breeze with "Sea Magic." Our product image shows it mixed with a precise ratio of 60 parts glaze to 40 parts water, making it ideal for hand-dipping applications. For spraying, a slight adjustment in the water percentage ensures a flawless outcome. And for the artists who prefer painting, "Sea Magic" can be expertly blended at a ratio of 100 parts dry glaze to 85 parts liquid medium.


High-Temperature Resilience:

When fired at high temperatures, "Sea Magic" maintains its integrity and captivating colors, ensuring your artwork remains vibrant and stunning. This glaze is designed to withstand the heat of the kiln, allowing you to create enduring pieces that radiate the magic of the sea.


Limitless Creativity:

With "Sea Magic," your artistic possibilities are as boundless as the ocean. Whether you're crafting ocean-inspired pottery, coastal-themed ceramics, or any imaginative project, this glaze will bring your visions to life with unparalleled brilliance.


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55-3183 - Sea Magic

  • Leadless Glaze does not contain more than 0.5% by dry weight of lead compound calculated as lead monoxide (PbO)