Jun 3 (from David Fry) 1260 degrees light to medium reduction, start at hold the top temperature for 1 hour). Potash 45 Flint 25 Whiting 17 Clay (used gaolin) 7 Dolomite 2 bone ash 2 black Iron oxide 1
Burke’s Strong Celadon Recipe – Cone Custer Feldspar: grams Whiting: grams Flint: grams ball clay: grams Zinc Oxide: grams Copper Carbonate: grams Total = grams My test is shown over a cone 6 white stoneware.
Pete's Tomato Red a cone six red. I can't tell you how many times I've tried to get a nice cone 6 red that didn't stink. Has a lot to do with the firing, I'm finding- so next step is to try this bad boy out and be super car
Recipe Name: White Matt Cone: 6 Color: blue Firing: Oxidation Surface: Matte Amount Ingredient Dolomite Gerstley Talc Nepheline Syenite Kaolin--EPK 19 Silica 100 Total Additives 8 Tin Oxide Comments: Variation of Jayne Shatz's Blue Matt