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10 Jun (Chun) glaze tests | Pottery by Inge Nielsen Potash 50    Zinc 4    Dolomite 10    Whiting 10    Boron 3 (replaced with 1.5 calcium borate)    Silica 23    100    Jun 10A (with added clay)    As above, with 1.5% added gaolin.

Pottery by Inge Nielsen: Glaze recipes

Jun 3 (from David Fry) 1260 degrees light to medium reduction, start at 950, 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

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

10 Jun (Chun) glaze tests | Pottery by Inge Nielsen-- all are fired to 1260 Centigrade.

Pictured above: tianmu bowl with Jun 2 glaze (minus calcium borate/ colemanite) Jun (sometimes transliterated as Chun) is an elusive Chinese glaze. At its best, it is a light, opalescent .

Glaze tests and Recipes | Pottery by Inge Nielsen

This site has the glaze recipie too. AND finally RIO stands for red iron oxide. Ending considerable frustration.

Triin's Icing Pink Nepheline syenite 25.7 Whiting 12.8 Lithium carb 4.3 Gillespie borate 7.5 Strontium carb 1.6 Magnesite 3.2 Silica 44.9 Tin ox 3 Rutile 4 Fired to 1235C (25min hold). Left tile is Audrey Blackman porcelain, right one is Goerg&Schneider 208 clay. Semigloss/satin.

*IDYLLWILD TESTED: Triin's Icing Pink Nepheline syenite Whiting Lithium carb Gillespie borate Strontium carb Magnesite Silica Tin ox 3 Rutile 4 Fired to hold). Left tile is Audrey Blackman porcelain, right one is Goerg&Schneider 208 clay.

dolomie 21 gerstley borate 5,25 custer 15,75 néph. syénite 26,5 dark bell 21 silice 10,5 pigment rouge5 rutile 5  cône 6

dolomie 21 gerstley borate 5,25 custer 15,75 néph. syénite 26,5 dark bell 21 silice 10,5 pigment rouge5 rutile 5 cône 6

Δ5-6 (Oxidation) Translucent Base 4 (Val Cushing V.C. Celadon)  Nepheline Syenite, Neph Sye 	44 		 Silica, Quartz, Flint 	28 		 Zinc Oxide 	13 		 EPK, EP Kaolin, Edgar Plastic 	8 		 Whiting, Calcium Carbonate 	7 		 Copper Carbonate 	3 		 Total: 	103

fired in a cone 6 electric kiln on white stoneware Transparent Base 4 (VC celadon) Neph sy 44 Zinc oxide 13 Whiting 7 EPK 8 Flint 28 Copper carb

Burke's Strong Celadon ^6 --Rebecca A Grant

Burke’s Strong Celadon ^6 –Rebecca A Grant

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.

551 Likes, 27 Comments - Anchor Ceramics (@anchorceramics) on Instagram: “This glaze came out of a body of testing we were doing around metallics, golds and bronzes. It's…”

551 Likes, 27 Comments - Anchor Ceramics (@anchorceramics) on Instagram: “This glaze came out of a body of testing we were doing around metallics, golds and bronzes. It's…”

Black Slip  Ball Clay 100 Red Iron Ox 13 Manganese Ox 10 Cobalt Carb 3

Slip Recipe (black)

Pete's Tomato Red #13- a cone six red. And a gorgeous one at that. 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 careful with firing in the kiln.

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 7.2 Dolomite 11.3 Gerstley Borate--1999 13.9 Talc 39.1 Nepheline Syenite 9.5 Kaolin--EPK 19 Silica  100 Total   Additives 8 Tin Oxide

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

Glazeitorium: Satin Transparent Base 6 (VC celadon)  Neph sy 44 Zinc oxide 13 Whiting 7 EPK 8 Flint 28  Nickel 2

Glazeitorium: Green fired in a cone 6 electric kiln on white stoneware Transparent Base 6 (VC celadon) Neph sy 44 Zinc oxide 13 Whiting 7 EPK 8 Flint 28 Nickel 2

Rick-Bricks- Pottery - Glaze Recipes    Nuka: Feldspar 33, Wood Ash 33, Flint 33.............................Phil Rogers

Rick-Bricks- Pottery - Glaze Recipes Nuka: Feldspar 33, Wood Ash 33, Flint 33.............................Phil Rogers

Clay Club: Mary's Fake Shino  35 Frit 3195  24 Silica  16.2 Cornwall Stone  7.8 Whiting  6.0 EPK  4.8 Zinc Oxide  6.6 Tin Oxide  ( Add : 2.0 Iron Oxide for original shino recipe)  Added 8% Rutile for the tile above.

Clay Club: Mary's Fake Shino 35 Frit 3195 24 Silica Cornwall Stone Whiting EPK Zinc Oxide Tin Oxide ( Add : Iron Oxide for original shino recipe) Added Rutile for the tile above.

Pinnell Celadon (rev.) with Nepheline Syenite and Gerstley borate on Grolleg Porcelain fired to cone 6 in reduction, 2011.

Ah celadons, how I love celadons. These traditional east Asian glazes can produce translucent colors ranging from soft greens and blues, to blue-greens and

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