Precious Metal gold, silver, platinum for Brush Application

Gold for Ceramics - 1 gram Bright Liquid Colloid "Degussa"

Gold for Ceramics - 1 gram Bright Liquid Colloid "Degussa"

Liquid gold glaze for ceramics by Degussa Germany is available in glossy versions for use on earthenware or pottery.It's..

19.00€

Gold for Ceramics - 1 gram Bright Liquid Colloid "Heraeus"

Gold for Ceramics - 1 gram Bright Liquid Colloid "Heraeus"

Liquid gold glaze for ceramics by Heraeus Germany is available in glossy versions for use on earthenware or pottery.It's..

17.00€

Platinum for Ceramics - Bright Liquid Colloid Platinum "Heraeus" - 1 gram

Platinum for Ceramics - Bright Liquid Colloid Platinum "Heraeus" - 1 gram

Quantity: 0.035 oz. (1 g.) Percent: 8%  Description & Usage: Before firing, allow items to sit in a d..

49.00€

Platinum for Ceramics - Bright Liquid Colloid Platinum "Heraeus" - 2 grams

Platinum for Ceramics - Bright Liquid Colloid Platinum "Heraeus" - 2 grams

Quantity: 0.071 oz. (2 g.) Percent: 8%  Description & Usage: Before firing, allow items to sit in a d..

59.00€

ADEPO - Ceramic glazes Precipitation Prevention additive

ADEPO - Ceramic glazes Precipitation Prevention additive

ADEPO - Ceramic glazes Precipitation Prevention additive..

1.00€

Gold for Ceramics - 2 grams Bright Liquid Colloid "Heraeus"

Gold for Ceramics - 2 grams Bright Liquid Colloid "Heraeus"

Liquid Bright gold for ceramics by Heraeus Germany is available in glossy versions for use on earthenware or pottery.&nb..

32.00€

Liquid Glass - Sodium silicate Ceramic deflocculant additives

Liquid Glass - Sodium silicate Ceramic deflocculant additives

Sodium silicate is the common name for a compound sodium metasilicate, Na2SiO3, and is also referred to as liquid g..

1.00€

R 90 - Ceramic deflocculant additives

R 90 - Ceramic deflocculant additives

The treatment of clay by means of a wet grinding and deflocculation process is a widely used technique by the floor and ..

1.00€

Sodium tripolyphosphate - Ceramic deflocculant additives

Sodium tripolyphosphate - Ceramic deflocculant additives

Sodium tripolyphosphate - Ceramic deflocculant additivesNa5P3O10..

1.00€

Pine Turpentine - thinner (diluent) for lustre

Pine Turpentine - thinner (diluent) for lustre

Quantity: 3 ml. (0,10 fl. oz.) For larger quantity, please contact me. Description: The Turpentine i..

1.99€

Thinner (diluent) for Lustre Luster

Thinner (diluent) for Lustre Luster

Quantity: 3 ml. (0,10 fl. oz.) For larger quantity, please contact me. Description: The thinner is u..

2.59€

Toluene - thinner (diluent) for gold, silver, platinum

Toluene - thinner (diluent) for gold, silver, platinum

Quantity: 3 g. (0,11 oz.) For a larger quantity, please contact me. Description: The Toluene is used..

1.19€

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Gold, Silver, Platinum gold glaze ceramics, gold ceramic glaze,

What is pure bright liquid Gold, Silver, Platinum? Is it a luster or pure precious liquid metal? How it should be applied onto the already glazed product

Many people want to know what the liquid gold is. Gold glaze pottery is a technique that requires:

Gold, Silver, Platinum bright precious metal compounds are preparations of precious metal-containing organic combinations with flux materials as adhesive agents and resins as film former. They create glossy, high shiny surfaces. The main properties of fired bright precious metal decorations comprise brilliance and precious metal tone, dishwasher resistance and resistance to mechanical and chemical attack. Heraeus gold is the highest quality preparation with different features, tones, and effects.

Platinum, Silver and Liquid Gold for ceramics are the most critical standard and special products available to find. Gold lustre ceramics is a preparation that contains 14% pure gold. It called often ceramic luster, however, the gold is much pure than the lustres. The gold paint for ceramics can be used also for stoneware or porcelain.

More about Painting and Glazing with pure 24 karats bright gold can be found on this link: Colloidal Gold, Silver, Colloidal Platinum on Wikipedia