Glaze withe and extra withe in opaque, half opaque and matt.
Glaze without Lead, foodsafe enamel
Glossy white enamel - M 5148 Composed of Frit. Zircon Opaque White Enamel, lead free, which makes it suitable for all kinds of edible pottery. Admits decoration very well. We recommend the use of lead-free pigments when the room to be decorated must contain food. The firing temperature varies between 960-980ºC.
Extra white zircon enamel - PR 112 Composed of Frit. Lead-free Opaque White Enamel. Slightly bluish white enamel, studied for food, decorative or sanitary ceramics by firing above 1100ºC, in single or double firing. Recommended temperature, between 1050-1150ºC.
Glossy white enamel - PR 115 Composed of Frit. High gloss Opaque White enamel, low expansion. Can be used with excellent results on tiles or red earthenware as well as white majolica. The firing temperature varies between 1000-1080ºC.
White enamel for undercoat - PR 120 BB Composed of Frit. For glazed tiles on the bisqueware. Then apply a thin layer of transparent enamel. The firing temperature varies between 960-1000ºC.
Lead-free opaque white satin enamel - PR20 (PR20/N) The firing temperature varies between 980-1100ºC.
Decor flux5 melting for serie P - DFLUX5 GROUPE II Firing temperature: 900-950°C Coefficient of expansion: 71
Glossy white enamel - PR 125 Opaque white enamel. For the enameling of ceramic pieces in white or red earth. It can be applied both by dipping and spraying. The recommended firing temperature is between 980-1000ºC.
Antique ivory white enamel - 5894 Opaque lead free. For glazing red or white earthenware. Develops colors very well. The firing temperature varies between 950 and 1020°C.
Matt white opaque enamel - 5880 For glazing red or white earthenware. Develops colors very well. The firing temperature varies between 940-1050°C.
Matt white crackle enamel - 5913 For glazing red or white earthenware. Develops colors very well. The firing temperature varies between 960-1020°C.
Glossy and crackled opaque white enamel - 5895 For enamelling ceramic pieces in white or red clay. Recommended firing temperature between 980 and 1000°C.
Opaque shiny zinc white - 5889 Groupe I Firing temperature: 980-1050°C Coefficient of expansion: 58