The most common colorant used in ceramics, Red Iron Oxide produces a wide range of colors: in oxidation- yellows, browns, red-browns, and blacks; in reduction-blues, grays, greens, and blacks. It disperses more easily in a glaze because it has a finer particle size than black iron. In oxidation it is refractory; in reduction it acts as a flux.
Comes in 50-pound bags. The price listed is the maximum per pound cost. We reserve the right to change pricing without notice due to the current market conditions. See table below for quantity discounts.
|25 lb. or More||-18.0%|
The discounts must be manually entered when your order is processed; we will make the necessary adjustments and notify you before billing.
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