Cone 6: Tiger’s Eye breaks from a glossy deep brownish-red to frothy amber depending on the application thickness. One to two coats will produce browns and reds; three to five coats will result in more glaze movement and color variation. While you’ll experience beautiful movement with Tiger’s Eye, the glaze will not run off your ware during a cone 6 oxidation firing.
Cone 10: Color darkens.
TIP: Thinner applications will produce darker browns and reds; heavier applications will lean towards an opaque, light brown finish. Butted against another glaze, Tiger’s Eye will gently merge with it – SW-104 Black Walnut is a nice complementary glaze to use.