pottery - glazes
THE Rutile Glaze
Cone 6 soda Turquoise recipe Glaze name: Juicy Turquoise Cone: 6 Color: turquoise Surface texture: glossy Firing: Oxidation Comments: breaks on texture and sharp edges on my iron clay body. Cornwall Stone 41.00 Kentucky Ball Clay (OM 4) 10.00 EPK 5.00 Lithium Carbonate 5.00 Strontium Carbonate 12.50 Whiting 10.00 Flint 16.50 Totals: 100.00 % Also add: Copper Oxide 2.50 Tin Oxide 4.50 Bentonite 2.00
Cone 6 soda Turquoise recipe
Www.glazemixer.com Antique White - the glaze I use more than any others. It shows rusty red on high points and a glossy creamy white every where else. Extremely stable and works well with all other glazes.
Antique White Cone 5 Ceramic Glaze
Mary's Fake Shino cone 6 oxidation 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.
Glick'red from John Britt's book - also known as Ohata Khaki. Try it at 1280 with short period of reduction at 1250! It develops oilspots.
Don Davis Copper Red Nepheline Syenite – 38 Custer Feldspar – 8 Whiting – 9 Gerstley Borate – 15 EPK – 7 Silica – 23 Tin Oxide – 1.5 Copper Carbonate – 0.5 From Wheel Thrown Ceramics by Don Davis. After testing several copper reds, this one remained in suspension the longest. Needs a medium – thick application.
red in oxidation -try the yellow