I don't have experience with glass marbles but have found something that
works very well for me.
In Australia the recycling companies have made a product from old glass
bottles that is used in landscaping. All of the sharp bits are gone and it
is safe to handle. It is multiple colours all in one though if that's a
Anyway, I put this in the bottom or well away from the sides (so it doesn't
run down to the shelf) and fire it with glazed pieces at normal glaze temps.
(low fire) It adheres well and gives a nice watery look to things.
It is easy and fun to add a few sprinkles on pieces
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From: "Karen Barhorst" <email@example.com>
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Sent: Monday, November 03, 2003 6:36 AM
Subject: Pennies and glass marbles as glazing techniques
> Recently there were a few interesting postings that suggested pennies and
> glass marbles could be used as glazes. Sounds interesting. Does anyone
> have more information on this? What cone are these two materials fired
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