Dry Glazes || Jeremy Jernegan

This relatively technical little handbook should form an ideal reference for ceramicists who want to be able to quickly access information about the wide variety of glazes available to them. Arranged by type and illustrated with colour swatches as well as photographs of finished pieces, it is a valuable resource that describes the properties and use of different types of glaze as well as listing a variety of formulae for different colours and textures.

Reasonably priced and concise rather than exhaustively encyclopaedic in its coverage, this is a handy and accessible source of reference.


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