I have pulled a 20+ year old collection of ‘enamels’ out of storage.
I cannot identify the manufacturer or source. They are labelled:
OC-17, OC-32, OC-50, OC-70 and OC-191. When fired, these do not melt
at all well at 1,500 F for three to four minutes. Notes on each
bottle say:“Pigment, Must be covered”.
Another lot from the same container are labelled “Overglaze, With or
Without Cover” with the numbers: 906-E, 907-E, 908-E, 909-E, 909-E,
etc (I have some twenty bottles of these). These fire quite well and
appear to be opaques. I believe these came from an enamels teacher
in a class I took 20+ years ago. Hate to throw good stuff away!!!
Anybody got ideas as to what these are, who made them, current