Cone 6: Birch is a creamy opaque beige glaze that thins to reveal underlying brown hues. One application fires transparent with hints of brown; heavier
applications bring forth thicker creamy hues. Surface textures provide opportunities for pooling and the creation of café highlights.
Cone 10: Cream colour remains and brown undertones darken.
TIP: The thinner the the application, the more amber the glaze will be. The thicker the application, the more white floating you will get.