The Potter's Choice glaze series was designed with the potter in mind! And, as any potter knows, clay body choice can affect a final piece just as much as glaze choice or application. These examples show our Potter's Choice glaze reacts over our line of high-fire AMACO clays. For more examples and Potter's Choice eye-candy, visit www.amaco.com/pc!

The Potter's Choice glaze series was designed with the potter in mind! And, as any potter knows, clay body choice can affect a final piece just as much as glaze choice or application. These examples show our Potter's Choice glaze reacts over our line of high-fire AMACO clays. For more examples and Potter's Choice eye-candy, visit www.amaco.com/pc!

Category: Glaze, Matte, Author: david tsabar, Notes: Not a liner glaze. Frosty lavender where very thick. breaks a soft blue. Not very runny except where very thick. Needs cone 10. Deflocculate for ease of application. Edit - for some reason the recipe changed and need more zinc to get the pink back - added as a variation.

Category: Glaze, Matte, Author: david tsabar, Notes: Not a liner glaze. Frosty lavender where very thick. breaks a soft blue. Not very runny except where very thick. Needs cone 10. Deflocculate for ease of application. Edit - for some reason the recipe changed and need more zinc to get the pink back - added as a variation.

Jeffrey Huebner: Cone 6 Glaze: mystery floating blue glaze that everyone was interested in but there will be more to come. It turns out that both of the mystery glazes are from the same base with different colorants. The base is from Mastering Cone6 Glazes. Gloss base glaze -    G-200 20%,  Frit 3134 20,  Wollastonite 10,  Epk 20,  talc 11.5,  flint 18.5,      PLUS:   1% cobalt,   6% rutile,   .5 Iron Ox

Jeffrey Huebner: Cone 6 Glaze: mystery floating blue glaze that everyone was interested in but there will be more to come. It turns out that both of the mystery glazes are from the same base with different colorants. The base is from Mastering Cone6 Glazes. Gloss base glaze - G-200 20%, Frit 3134 20, Wollastonite 10, Epk 20, talc 11.5, flint 18.5, PLUS: 1% cobalt, 6% rutile, .5 Iron Ox

Recipe Name: Turquoise Matte  Cone: 6 Color: Blue Green  Firing: Oxidation Surface: Matte    Amount Ingredient  61.5 Nepheline Syenite  20.9 Strontium Carbonate  6.6 Ball Clay--Old Mine #4  7.7 Silica  3.3 Lithium Carbonate  100 Total  Additives  3.5 Copper Carbonate  4 Bentonite

Recipe Name: Turquoise Matte Cone: 6 Color: Blue Green Firing: Oxidation Surface: Matte Amount Ingredient 61.5 Nepheline Syenite 20.9 Strontium Carbonate 6.6 Ball Clay--Old Mine #4 7.7 Silica 3.3 Lithium Carbonate 100 Total Additives 3.5 Copper Carbonate 4 Bentonite

Rick Malmgren  |  "Five Reasons to Convert Cone 10 Reduction Glazes to Cone 6: A Potter Shares His Rationale and His Recipes" (Ceramic Arts Daily).

Rick Malmgren | "Five Reasons to Convert Cone 10 Reduction Glazes to Cone 6: A Potter Shares His Rationale and His Recipes" (Ceramic Arts Daily).

15 Low fire glaze recipes from the pros. Recipe cards for low-fire pottery gazes. www.ceramicartsdaily.com

15 Low fire glaze recipes from the pros. Recipe cards for low-fire pottery gazes. www.ceramicartsdaily.com

Category: Glaze, Red, Copper, Flambe, Author: John Britt, Notes: As listed in John Britt's High Fire Glazes Also see http://glazy.org/recipes/364

Category: Glaze, Red, Copper, Flambe, Author: John Britt, Notes: As listed in John Britt's High Fire Glazes Also see http://glazy.org/recipes/364

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