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I get asked a lot about this recipe, and for good reason. It’s pretty indistinguishable from the best cone 10 recipes out there. For those purists out there, I’m referring to Pin…

I get asked a lot about this recipe, and for good reason. It’s pretty indistinguishable from the best cone 10 recipes out there. For those purists out there, I’m referring to Pin…

Metallic Tomato Red Cone 6:    Frit 3134     10,97    Spodumene  11,78    Bone ash  7,88    Carbonate magnesium  6,29    Whiting  7,88    EPK  21,56    Silica  21,66    Bentonite  2    Red Iron Oxide  9,98    Total 100    And as you can see no stain!    This is a cone 6 glaze and i fire it in my electric kiln!

OP: Metallic Tomato Red Frit 3134 Spodumene Bone ash Carbonate magnesium Whiting EPK Silica Bentonite 2 Red Iron Oxide Total 100 And as you can see no stain! This is a cone 6 glaze and i fire it in my electric kiln!

Great Cone 5/6 Glaze (Yoko Sekino-Bove) Ball clay               40 Ferro firt #3124   30 Wollastonite         25 Dolomite               5 total                  100 +Copper carbonate 1% for apple green

Bettys garden, Ann Arbor Art Center Transparent matt (glossy, transparent, good with colorants) Ball clay 40 Ferro firt 30 Wollastonite 25 Dolomite 5 total 100 +Copper carbonate for apple green

Cone 6 Rutile Blue Ravenscrag Slip glaze. ... This buff stoneware mug is Plainsman M340. The inside transparent is perfect and it is just 80% Ravenscrag Slip and 20% Frit 3134. The outside is 80% Alberta Slip, 20% Frit 3134 and 5% rutile. Also see http://digitalfire.com/4sight/education/alberta_slip_20_years_of_substitution_for_albany_slip_251.html ..... Re use of AB & Albany slips

Cone 6 Rutile Blue Alberta Slip glaze - This buff stoneware mug is Plainsman The inside transparent is perfect and it is just Ravenscrag Slip and Frit The outside is Alberta Slip, Frit 3134 and rutile.

Glazy.org recipe WWW 237 M1, Cone 6 Potash Feldspar	36		 Frit 3124	20		 EPK, EP Kaolin, Edgar Plastic	20		 Talc, Magnesium Silicate	16		 Wollastonite	8		  Rutile	5		  Tin Oxide, Stannic Oxide	3		  Iron spangles	0.1		 Total:	108.1

Category: Glaze, Yellow, Author: Daniel Spruyt, Notes: Butter Satin-gloss modified with Iron specs from Carol Tripp, modified by adding some Iron specs. Appears to be stable and very reproducible.

Category: Glaze, Iron, Celadon, Blue, Author: david tsabar, Notes: Mix thick. Wait a day before adjusting floc/defloc, Will thin out overnight.

Category: Glaze, Iron, Celadon, Author: Derek Au, Notes: The classic Leach clear plus 1 Yellow Iron Oxide for light celadon.

Glaze Formulas -- Cone 6 and 7

Cone 6 and cone 7 glazes formulas I have developed or used.

Cone 6 electric Volcanic ash 82 Whiting 8.3 Lithium carbonate 7.6 Gerstley borate 2.1 Bentonite 1 Magnesium carbonate 5 add 6% Black copper carbonate 10% Tin This is the blue green glaze over the Tenmoku style glaze which is breaking the surface like an oil spot glaze.

Cone 6 electric Volcanic ash 82 Whiting Lithium carbonate Gerstley borate Bentonite 1 Magnesium carbonate 5 add Black copper carbonate Tin This is the blue green glaze over the Tenmoku style glaze which is breaking the surface like an oil spot glaze.

shino- cone 6  Nepheline Syenite – 40  Spodumene – 30  Soda Ash – 8  OM4 Ball Clay – 17  EPK – 5

Shino Nepheline Syenite – 40 Spodumene – 30 Soda Ash – 8 Ball Clay – 17 EPK – 5 Orange with thin application, White with thick application Mix Soda Ash with hot water before adding to glaze batch. This glaze does not mix well with other glazes.

Iuchi, Moto--beautiful shape and color

It was a fiery day to be sure when the guests arrived at the Inn. A beautiful red bowl greeted them.a sign of empowerment for sure.

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