Lustres 300. Iris

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Lustres

Lusters are the most brilliant colours based on precious metals! It means even more techniques and possibilities to express your creativity or just to give a pearly, metallic extra touch to classic achievements.

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  • 300. Iris

Ref: SC3000005300

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  • 301. Yellow

Ref: SC3000005301

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  • 302. Yellow green

Ref: SC3000005302

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  • 305. Blue

Ref: SC3000005305

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  • 306. Green

Ref: SC3000005306

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  • 312. Light blue

Ref: SC3000005312

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  • 314. Blue violet

Ref: SC3000005314

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  • 315. Yellow red

Ref: SC3000005315

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  • 316. Purple blue

Ref: SC3000005316

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  • 317. Black

Ref: SC3000005317

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  • 320. Dark copper

Ref: SC3000005320

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  • 323. Orange copper

Ref: SC3000005323

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  • 333. Grey

Ref: SC3000005333

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  • 335. Ivory

Ref: SC3000005335

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  • 336. White

Ref: SC3000005336

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  • 337. Carmine red

Ref: SC3000005337

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  • 338. Brown

Ref: SC3000005338

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  • 339. Purple

Ref: SC3000005339

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Your work on porcelain has never been so shiny! Lustres are precious metals in their liquid form and they give to your work an iridescent or metallic appearance depending on the chosen shade.
There are 18 colours that can be mixed together to create new effects or to create a marbling. In addition, you can overlay colours without any risk. The intermediate layers dry very quickly.
These colours "glaze" the porcelain.

How to use the Schjerning lustres?

We recommend that you use equipment reserved for use with the lustres

They are ready to use and do not need to be diluted. Always work on a clean and dry surface!

Prepare your colours and blends if necessary. Do not mix lusters with normal colours!
You can use the lusters in various techniques: airbrush, brush application, buffering, scraping or immersion. Very little colour is needed to cover a large area. To buffer, spread the luster in regular layer with a large synthetic brush. Then stamp with the foam to make a uniform application.

You can as well paint on normal burned colours to give them shimmering effects.

The exact shade will not be visible directly after application. Once burning is complete, the final colour will appear.

Clean your equipment with Gold and luster thinner 174 or Gold and Platinum Thinner M350. Keep this material for exclusive use with the lusters as a residue should not be in touch with any other colours.

How to bake the Schjerning lustres?

Before you put the lustres in your oven, make sure they are completely dry. The beginning of baking process should be at a low heat to evacuate the steam: not more than 350° C. After that, the temperature should be increased to:

  • 700 to 730 ° C on faience

  • 780 to 800 ° C on porcelain

How to store the Schjerning lustres?

These metallic colours should be protected from light and heat. The best is to store them in a fridge.

If you have any questions about these products, please do not hesitate to contact our team over the phone: +32 4 362 1990 or by e-mail: info@clay-and-paint.com

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Lusters are the most brilliant colours based on precious metals! It means even more techniques and possibilities to express your creativity or just to give a pearly, metallic extra touch to classic achievements.

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