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Amber Lustre
Amber Lustre
Lustres have dissolved metals as their essential component. They are mainly applied by brush on porcelain or ceramic objects and are always applied to already fired and glazed objects. Before firing, the objects must be left to dry for a few hours in a warm, dust-free place. Recommended firing temperatures are: Glass: 500°C-600°C, Orton cone SSB 022-021 Ceramics: 690°C-700°C,...
from £4.88 inc VAT
£4.07 ex VAT
Black Lustre
Black Lustre
Lustres have dissolved metals as their essential component. They are mainly applied by brush on porcelain or ceramic objects and are always applied to already fired and glazed objects. Before firing, the objects must be left to dry for a few hours in a warm, dust-free place. Recommended firing temperatures are: Glass: 500°C-600°C, Orton cone SSB 022-021 Ceramics: 690°C-700°C,...
from £29.98 inc VAT
£24.98 ex VAT

Blue Lustre
Blue Lustre
Lustres have dissolved metals as their essential component. They are mainly applied by brush on porcelain or ceramic objects and are always applied to already fired and glazed objects. Before firing, the objects must be left to dry for a few hours in a warm, dust-free place. Recommended firing temperatures are: Glass: 500°C-600°C, Orton cone SSB 022-021 Ceramics: 690°C-700°C,...
from £11.75 inc VAT
£9.79 ex VAT
Bright Gold Lustre
Bright Gold Lustre
Lustres have dissolved metals as their essential component. They are mainly applied by brush on porcelain or ceramic objects and are always applied to already fired and glazed objects. Before firing, the objects must be left to dry for a few hours in a warm, dust-free place. Recommended firing temperatures are: Glass: 500°C-600°C, Orton cone SSB 022-021 Ceramics: 690°C-700°C,...
from £36.00 inc VAT
£30.00 ex VAT

Bright Platinum Lustre
Bright Platinum Lustre
Lustres have dissolved metals as their essential component. They are mainly applied by brush on porcelain or ceramic objects and are always applied to already fired and glazed objects. Before firing, the objects must be left to dry for a few hours in a warm, dust-free place. Recommended firing temperatures are: Glass: 500°C-600°C, Orton cone SSB 022-021 Ceramics: 690°C-700°C,...
from £24.00 inc VAT
£20.00 ex VAT
Bronze Lustre
Bronze Lustre
Lustres have dissolved metals as their essential component. They are mainly applied by brush on porcelain or ceramic objects and are always applied to already fired and glazed objects. Before firing, the objects must be left to dry for a few hours in a warm, dust-free place. Recommended firing temperatures are: Glass: 500°C-600°C, Orton cone SSB 022-021 Ceramics: 690°C-700°C,...
from £27.60 inc VAT
£23.00 ex VAT

Copper Lustre
Copper Lustre
Lustres have dissolved metals as their essential component. They are mainly applied by brush on porcelain or ceramic objects and are always applied to already fired and glazed objects. Before firing, the objects must be left to dry for a few hours in a warm, dust-free place. Recommended firing temperatures are: Glass: 500°C-600°C, Orton cone SSB 022-021 Ceramics: 690°C-700°C,...
from £46.97 inc VAT
£39.14 ex VAT
Green Lustre
Green Lustre
Lustres have dissolved metals as their essential component. They are mainly applied by brush on porcelain or ceramic objects and are always applied to already fired and glazed objects. Before firing, the objects must be left to dry for a few hours in a warm, dust-free place. Recommended firing temperatures are: Glass: 500°C-600°C, Orton cone SSB 022-021 Ceramics: 690°C-700°C,...
from £9.83 inc VAT
£8.19 ex VAT

Light Orange Lustre
Light Orange Lustre
Colorobbia Liquid Gold & Lustres Colorobbia liquid golds and lustres have dissolved metals as their essential component. They are mainly applied by brush on porcelain or ceramic objects and are always applied to already fired and glazed objects. Before firing, the objects must be left to dry for a few hours in a warm, dust-free place. Recommended firing temperatures are: Glass: 500°C-600°C,...
from £3.22 inc VAT
£2.68 ex VAT
Lustre Thinner
Lustre Thinner
Use in small amounts to loosen old or thickened overglazes or lustres.
from £1.31 inc VAT
£1.09 ex VAT

Matt Gold (18%)
Matt Gold (18%)
Colorobbia Liquid Gold & Lustres Colorobbia liquid golds and lustres have dissolved metals as their essential component. They are mainly applied by brush on porcelain or ceramic objects and are always applied to already fired and glazed objects. Before firing, the objects must be left to dry for a few hours in a warm, dust-free place. Recommended firing temperatures are: Glass: 500°C-600°C,...
from £72.00 inc VAT
£60.00 ex VAT
Mother Of Pearl Lustre
Mother Of Pearl Lustre
Lustres have dissolved metals as their essential component. They are mainly applied by brush on porcelain or ceramic objects and are always applied to already fired and glazed objects. Before firing, the objects must be left to dry for a few hours in a warm, dust-free place. Recommended firing temperatures are: Glass: 500°C-600°C, Orton cone SSB 022-021 Ceramics: 690°C-700°C,...
from £2.51 inc VAT
£2.09 ex VAT

Pink Lustre
Pink Lustre
Lustres have dissolved metals as their essential component. They are mainly applied by brush on porcelain or ceramic objects and are always applied to already fired and glazed objects. Before firing, the objects must be left to dry for a few hours in a warm, dust-free place. Recommended firing temperatures are: Glass: 500°C-600°C, Orton cone SSB 022-021 Ceramics: 690°C-700°C,...
from £10.20 inc VAT
£8.50 ex VAT
Red Lustre
Red Lustre
Lustres have dissolved metals as their essential component. They are mainly applied by brush on porcelain or ceramic objects and are always applied to already fired and glazed objects. Before firing, the objects must be left to dry for a few hours in a warm, dust-free place. Recommended firing temperatures are: Glass: 500°C-600°C, Orton cone SSB 022-021 Ceramics: 690°C-700°C,...
from £26.58 inc VAT
£22.15 ex VAT

Violet Lustre
Violet Lustre
Lustres have dissolved metals as their essential component. They are mainly applied by brush on porcelain or ceramic objects and are always applied to already fired and glazed objects. Before firing, the objects must be left to dry for a few hours in a warm, dust-free place. Recommended firing temperatures are: Glass: 500°C-600°C, Orton cone SSB 022-021 Ceramics: 690°C-700°C,...
from £11.75 inc VAT
£9.79 ex VAT