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^5-6 ox Soda Feldspar (Theoretical) 26 Crecer Frit 804 26 Silica 23 Dolomite 14 Kaolin (Theoretical) 11 Total Base: 100 Rutile 6 Bentonite 2 Cobalt Oxide 0.2 Total: 108.2

^5-6 ox Soda Feldspar (Theoretical) 26 Crecer Frit 804 26 Silica 23 Dolomite 14 Kaolin (Theoretical) 11 Total Base: 100 Rutile 6 Bentonite 2 Cobalt Oxide 0.2 Total: 108.2

Variation of Blue Hares Fur from Fetish Ghost  Cone 6 47.3 Nepheine Syenite 27 Gerstley Borate 20.3 Silica 325 5.4 EPK 2 Red iron Oxide 1 Cobalt Oxide (altough I sometimesuse cobalt Carb) 4 rutile 2 bentonite  This is a very versatile glossy blue cone 6 glaze that I've been using in my studio since 2006. It's very stable by itself and interacts well with my most of my other glazes

Variation of Blue Hares Fur from Fetish Ghost Cone 6 Nepheine Syenite 27 Gerstley Borate Silica 325 EPK 2 Red iron Oxide 1 Cobalt Oxide (altough I sometimesuse cobalt Carb) 4 rutile 2 bentonite

Bronze Green Matt glaze C/6                Lithium Carb               1%  Strontium Carb           20%  Neph Syenite              60%  Ball Clay                     10%  Silica                           9%  Titanium Dioxide        5%  Copper carb                 5%

Western Pennsylvania Potters Community: Cone 6 Oxidation Results Group 7 - with controlled cooling.

Category: Glaze, Iron, Kaki, Tomato Red, Author: Clara Giorello, Notes: Harris Tenmoku Red (variation), Glaze #27 on Ian Currie's grid, using Ball Clay (Tinkar, Argentina ). Slow cooling cycle.

Category: Glaze, Iron, Kaki, Tomato Red, Author: Clara Giorello, Notes: Harris Tenmoku Red (variation), Glaze #27 on Ian Currie's grid, using Ball Clay (Tinkar, Argentina ). Slow cooling cycle.

Cone 6 Oxidation results Group 4 by Terry Rorison To see explanation and Group 1, click on the link below: http://wpapotters.blogspot.com/...

Western Pennsylvania Potters Community: Cone 6 Oxidation Results Group 4 Xavier’s Jade Green Talc Whiting Custer Potash Feldspar Frit 3124 EPK Silica Copper Carb Rutile

258. Rutile Blue (^6 oxidation) 80 Alberta Slip 20 Ferro Frit 3134 4 Rutile

Glaze Name: Cone 6 Rutile Blue Cone: 6 Type: Mid-Range Description: Feathery blue with cloudy texture inside.

Edwards Slip Glaze, Black ^6  Recipe Name: Edward's Slip Glaze, BlackCone: 6 Color: Firing: Oxidation Surface: SemimatteAmount Ingredient40 Ball Clay--Old Mine #430 Frit--Ferro 312420 Dolomite10 Kaolin--EPK100 TotalAdditives10.5 Iron Oxide--Red2.5 Cobalt CarbonateUnity Oxide.097 Na2O.021 K2O.318 MgO.563 CaO1.000 Total.524 Al2O3.175 B2O3.011 Fe2O32.149 SiO2.019 TiO20 P2O54.1 Ratio6.7 ExpComments: 40 Ball Clay 30 Frit 3124 20 Dolomite 10EPKADD 10.5 RIO 2.5 Cobalt Carb.-------------------

Edwards Slip Glaze, Black Recipe Name: Edward's Slip Glaze, BlackCone: 6 Color: Firing: Oxidation Surface: Semi-matte Amount Ingredient 40 Ball Clay 30 Frit 3124 20 Dolomite 10 EPK RIO Cobalt Carb.

Bronze Green Matt glaze C/6                  Lithium Carb               1%    Strontium Carb           20%    Neph Syenite              60%    Ball Clay                     10%    Silica                           9%    Titanium Dioxide        5%    Copper carb                 5%

(Compare this to Weathered Green): Bronze Green Matt glaze Lithium Carb Strontium Carb Neph Syenite Ball Clay Silica Titanium Dioxide Copper carb

Plum Glaze C/6 Gillespie Borate 0.13 Whiting 0.087 Custer Spar 0.609 EPK 0.087…

Western Pennsylvania Potters Community: Cone 6 Oxidation results Group 2 71 71 Waxwing Brown Frit 3134 Talc Ball Clay Silica Red Iron Oxide Titanium Dioxide

Category: Glaze, Iron, Oil Spot, Author: kenneth ibbett, Notes: derivative of Daly's oil spot from Carleen Devine. The photo shows a porcelain bowl fired at 1250 with a small soak and down cooled at 120degrees c /hour. Size of magnetite spots depends on thickness of glaze. Specific gravity needs to be 150.

oil spot glaze recipe cone 6 Oxidation Glaze- Black, semi glossy Rather thick or it will be no spots. with one hour at the top temperature. Albany slip (the real thing) petalite ochre red ferric oxide

Category: Glaze, Shino, Author: Tara Hagen, Notes: Via Tara Hagen's Glazeitorium http://glazeitorium.blogspot.com/

In order of tiles 570 Stoneware Soda (Black and White Slip) Porcelain Electric Porcelain Soda (Black Slip) Nick’s Misfire Neph.

Cone 10 glaze Haze 3-15 G200 43.6 Flint 18.64 Laguna borate 6.0 Whiting 7.72 Zinc oxide 3.67 EPK 2.35 Dolomite 5.56 Bentonite 1.87 Tin oxide 2.83 Titanium Dioxide 3.0 Cobalt carb 2.5 Red iron oxide 2

Cone 10 glaze Haze 3-15 G200 43.6 Flint 18.64 Laguna borate 6.0 Whiting 7.72 Zinc oxide 3.67 EPK 2.35 Dolomite 5.56 Bentonite 1.87 Tin oxide 2.83 Titanium Dioxide 3.0 Cobalt carb 2.5 Red iron oxide 2

Happy's mix. Can't find the author. A rather exceptional glaze: the colors are de-mixing during firing! I am intrigued what mechanism makes this happen. A topper!!

Can& find the author. A rather exceptional glaze: the colors are de-mixing during firing! I am intrigued what mechanism makes this happen. A topper!

Grey matte from Adelheid Freyre with recipe from Linda Arbuckle.   The mattes are: Linda Arbuckle Midrange Handout colour silver white (base)  Bird Matt Dolomite 23.71 Nepheline Syenite 71.46 Ball Clay 4.83 Tin Oxide 9.55 Bentonite 2.81  for colour of the first tile left side add: black stain 4, right side black stain 8 for colour of the second tile add: black stain 2  I also have got a very clear Grey with this recipe when adding NiO 2, and a clear one when adding NiO 7  this is cone 6…

Grey matte from Adelheid Freyre with recipe from Linda Arbuckle. The mattes are: Linda Arbuckle Midrange Handout colour silver white (base) Bird Matt Dolomite 23.71 Nepheline Syenite 71.46 Ball Clay 4.83 Tin Oxide 9.55 Bentonite 2.81 for colour of the first tile left side add: black stain 4, right side black stain 8 for colour of the second tile add: black stain 2 I also have got a very clear Grey with this recipe when adding NiO 2, and a clear one when adding NiO 7 this is cone 6…

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