Cone 6: Green Opal achieves a vibrant chartreuse gloss when fired. Lighter applications lead to a semi-opaque yellow-green; heavier applications see the formation of a green float.
Cone 10: Color lightens; becomes more transparent.
TIP: Darker clay bodies, such as buff and brown, display the phosphorescent qualities of Green Opal. On manganese bodies, Green Opal will interact with manganese bodies, creating interesting brown streaks. Thinner application will provide a glossy transparent finish. Thicker application will provide light green floating. Surface decoration will be visible under the glaze, but if you apply the glaze thick, it could blur your image. and pool into
Stoneware classic glazes offer the depth, sophistication and reliability to artists working from mid-range to high-fire temperatures. Opals are beautiful glazes for dinnerware due to its glossy, smooth finish. This glaze is great on texture and will break over high texture and pool into