Ive had good luck with deep firebrick, olive speckle (but apply thick, or else it is the most unappetizing color), sienna speckle. Midnight I've had mixed results with. No bad results per se, but not always what I am looking for. I think thickness, temp, amount of water added all affect that glaze more than the others. Ironstone is almost always appealing as long as it's thick enough. Under the right conditions it can also produce a really awesome red flash on your pots. I tend to notice it more on the insides of pots, maybe because the heat is getting held longer? They're al fun glazes, but I definitely recommend making your own test tiles both of the glaze itself, and the way it will mix when layered with other glazes. My layering results have been spectacular, but they rarely line up with Amaco's layering example sheets.
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