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Question by  kat43netzerocom (52)

# What are the temperatures for high fire glaze?

I'm firing my own pottery.

 +1 vote! +7 you voted Answer by  nairvasaoyahoocoin (78) When The temperature of high fire glaze goes high, the glaze will become more melty. Normally, The temperature for high fire glazes is Cone 5 (2167°F, 1186°C. )

 +1 vote! +6 you voted Answer by  Alayean (102) If you are firing cone 8-14 glazes, you will be firing the glazed clay at temperatures between 2305 F (1260 C) and 2530 F (1390 C). If you are using a manufactured glaze, it should tell you the cone rating on the container.

 +1 vote! +4 you voted Answer by  amtcura66 (1340) The temperature can be anything depending on how high you set it. If you want to fire a high glaze then read the container for the glaze. If you are firing your own then you should already know so you don't mess up your work. I suggest you take it to a place for someone to do for you.

 +1 vote! +3 you voted Answer by  senthil34 (169) Ceramic glazes each have a temperature range that they should be fired to. If the glazes are fired at too low a temperature,the glaze will not mature. If the temperature goes too high, the glaze will become too melted and run off the surface of the pottery.

 +1 vote! +2 you voted Answer by  tschu (417) The temperature ranges from cone eight (2305 degrees fahrenheit or 1260 degrees celsius) to cone fourteen (2530 degrees fahrenheit or 1390 degrees celsius)

 +1 vote! +2 you voted Answer by  Teacherspet (111) High fire glazes can be fired as low as 2305 degrees fahrenheit for cone eight, to as high as 2530 degrees fahrenheit for cone fourteen.