• Schale, 9351 Craquelé transparent

    Bowl, 9351 Clear crackle

  • Vase, 9351 Craquelé transparent

    Vase, 9351 Clear crackle

  • Kugel, 9351 Craquelé transparent

    Ball, 9351 Clear crackle

  • 9351 gebrannt bei 1050°

    9351 fired at 1050°

9351 Clear crackle


  • Transparent, glossy crackle glaze
  • Must be applied in one coat only since it tends to run strongly
  • To prevent blister formation, biscuit fire at 1000°C
  • Can show blisters on some sorts of clay when applied on both sides/all around
  • Crackles develop mostly after cooling in the kiln and this is reinforced with time, partially up to one week
  • If crackles did not develop, the glaze can also be removed from the kiln at approx. 100 °C and quenched with cold water
  • The crackle net is inked, e.g. with black China ink, multi-coloured acrylic paints, strong black tea or else


  • glossy
  • tends to run strongly
  • consistent in firing range 1020°-1060°
  • forms cracks
  • Raku suitable
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