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Georgies offers a wide variety of raw materials for clays, glazes and other uses. If you don't find the materials you need, please contact us. We may be able to get it for you OR suggest suitable replacements. The Occupational Health & Safety Administration devised this color-coded numerical ratings system to quickly and easily summarize the levels of risk through various means of exposure to potentially hazardous chemicals. Material Safety Data Sheets contain more detailed information about any risks posed by chemicals or raw materials, along with handling, cleanup and first aid instructions. Georgies maintains a library of MSDS forms for the materials we sell. To request copies, please contact us by phone, fax or email.

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CH327
Ilmenite, Granular
Ilmenite is an ore of iron and titanium similar to rutile but with a higher iron content (up to 40%). Small amounts add dark brown specks (sometimes with a "honey" aura) in clays and glazes. It can also be used in combination with rutile.

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CH328
Iron Chromate
Produces dark colors in engobes and underglaze with manganese stains. Can be added to clay bodies.

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CH516
Iron Crocus Martis Red
Anhydrous ferrous sulfate, soluble in water, giving soft greenish colors in boric glazes when used at 3 - 6% of the formula.

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CH329
Iron Oxide Black
Ferrous oxide produces various shades of brown and green when used in glazes or as decorative elements. In highfire matte glazes, iron oxide and titanium can produce red hues. As an impurity in clay, iron oxide lowers the firing temperature.

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CH792
Iron Oxide Red (Glaze)
Micronized HR-1203
High purity - 95% pure. Micronized;
super-fine grind for easy dispersal. Less
likely to "spot" in a sensitive glaze.

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CH331
Iron Oxide Red 521 (Body)
Ferric oxide is most commonly used as a body colorant where iron oxide is called for in a clay or glaze formula. Not quite as concentrated as black iron oxide.

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CH571
Iron Oxide Spanish

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CH332
Iron Oxide Yellow
Hydrated ferric oxide: much the same as the red iron oxides, but tends to produce cream and buff colors.

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CH592
Iron Sulfate
Water-soluble colorant for violet and red lustrous effects, especially in raku.

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Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. • 756 NE Lombard • Portland OR 97211 • 503.283.1353 • 800.999.CLAY
Georgies of Eugene • 1471 Railroad Blvd #9 • Eugene OR 97402 • 541.338.7654 • 866.234.CLAY
Store Hours: Monday thru Saturday, 9:00a to 5:00p Pacific time • Business office hours 9a-5p, Monday thru Friday
 
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