TACTILE TEXTURES

Our range of glazes draws inspiration from our natural surroundings – the rough softness of lichen,
 the layers of peeling back on a plane tree. Applied by dipping, pouring, or a combination of both, 
they complement the character of each lamp; and, like nature, they often create pleasingly 
unexpected results when they emerge from the kiln.

Dip and Pour

We typically apply glazes using the dip method. This is where a piece is completely submerged to create a uniform layer. It’s a process that can be repeated with either the same glaze or different ones.
Glazes are also applied using a pouring technique, which allows us to graphically layer the glaze, building up variations in tone and colour. Again, this can be done with either the same glaze or with a combination of different ones.

Bottle Green

This glaze takes its name from the black-green hue that’s achieved when multiple layers are applied to the clay’s surface. With one or two layers, the glaze creates a more brown finish. Bottle Green’s high-polished sheen is suited to pieces with multiple intersections, edges and joints, which allow the glaze to pool and feather when fired.

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We often combine a thick layer of Bottle Green with Matte-Black, 
as seen here in the Hudson and Sag Harbor lamps.

Bottle Green

This glaze takes its name from the black-green hue that’s achieved when multiple layers are applied to the clay’s surface. With one or two layers, the glaze creates a more brown finish. Bottle Green’s high-polished sheen is suited to pieces with multiple intersections, edges and joints, which allow the glaze to pool and feather when fired.

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We often combine a thick layer of Bottle Green with Matte-Black, 
as seen here in the Hudson and Sag Harbor lamps.

Bottle Green

This glaze takes its name from the black-green hue that’s achieved when multiple layers are applied to the clay’s surface. With one or two layers, the glaze creates a more brown finish. Bottle Green’s high-polished sheen is suited to pieces with multiple intersections, edges and joints, which allow the glaze to pool and feather when fired.

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We often combine a thick layer of Bottle Green with Matte-Black, 
as seen here in the Hudson and Sag Harbor lamps.

Bottle Green

This glaze takes its name from the black-green hue that’s achieved when multiple layers are applied to the clay’s surface. With one or two layers, the glaze creates a more brown finish. Bottle Green’s high-polished sheen is suited to pieces with multiple intersections, edges and joints, which allow the glaze to pool and feather when fired.

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We often combine a thick layer of Bottle Green with Matte-Black, 
as seen here in the Hudson and Sag Harbor lamps.

Bottle Green

This glaze takes its name from the black-green hue that’s achieved when multiple layers are applied to the clay’s surface. With one or two layers, the glaze creates a more brown finish. Bottle Green’s high-polished sheen is suited to pieces with multiple intersections, edges and joints, which allow the glaze to pool and feather when fired.

Name plus short description.

Name plus short description.

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We often combine a thick layer of Bottle Green with Matte-Black, 
as seen here in the Hudson and Sag Harbor lamps.

Bottle Green

This glaze takes its name from the black-green hue that’s achieved when multiple layers are applied to the clay’s surface. With one or two layers, the glaze creates a more brown finish. Bottle Green’s high-polished sheen is suited to pieces with multiple intersections, edges and joints, which allow the glaze to pool and feather when fired.

Name plus short description.

Name plus short description.

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We often combine a thick layer of Bottle Green with Matte-Black, 
as seen here in the Hudson and Sag Harbor lamps.

Bottle Green

This glaze takes its name from the black-green hue that’s achieved when multiple layers are applied to the clay’s surface. With one or two layers, the glaze creates a more brown finish. Bottle Green’s high-polished sheen is suited to pieces with multiple intersections, edges and joints, which allow the glaze to pool and feather when fired.

Name plus short description.

Name plus short description.

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We often combine a thick layer of Bottle Green with Matte-Black, 
as seen here in the Hudson and Sag Harbor lamps.

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