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Ceramic Chun Glaze

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BEAUCEWARE Dripped Green JUG PICHET Vert Coulant no 108 Canada.

BEAUCEWARE Dripped Green JUG PICHET Vert Coulant no 108

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Glacier is a Chinese chun glaze from Fireborn Studios.

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Steve Irvine, Tea Bowl (2002) Irvine Chun glaze; stoneware; copper wire; reduction; cone 10.

Steve Irvine --potter-- 5 Tea Bowls

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Tim Roberts Pottery, Porcelain vase, chun glaze.

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Harding Black (1956), Stoneware, purple chun glaze.

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Handmade Pottery Company Teapot w/ cups, Copper Red glaze

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  • Brenda Copeland
    Brenda Copeland

    That's gorgeous!!

Peter's Pottery, Chun glazed bowl. kiln to cone 11. Dusted with wood ash directly over freshly glazed bowl.

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Eric Schottin, Chun Covered Jar, Copper red chun glaze sprayed with iron blue fired to cone 10. 15' tall.

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Rupert Spira, Lidded jar, chun glaze.

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Rupert Spira, open bowl, chun glaze.

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Steve Sheredon, large bottle No2, Chun glaze.

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Peter's Pottery New Zealand, Chun glazed bowl. The colour is often more pronounced if it is over a dark background. I usually put chün glaze over a dark brown iron rich glaze, but have found them to work over copper red. Chün glazes are very sensitive to thickness and to temperature. If they are put on too thinly they will not produce a colour, if they are not fired high enough, they will be an opaque white, if they are over fired, chün glazes can simply become clear and shiny.

Peter's Pottery: Pottery glazes; shino, and chun, what are they?

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Brother Thomas Bezanson, vase with cover, copper red glaze

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Brother Thomas Bezanson, Ovoid Egyptian blue glaze.

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Meredith Stewart, bowl, chun on tenmoku. No resist used.

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Detail 2 of Peter Biddulph's Tessah-glazed bowl. The overlaid glaze is a traditional chun glaze; a small proportion of red iron oxide creates the blue colour, which is an optical effect caused by the refraction of light through tiny bubbles in the glaze.

Porcelain bowls with tessha glazes

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Close up detail, Peter Biddulph's Tessha-glaze porcelain bowl with overlaid chun glaze.

Porcelain bowls with tessha glazes

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Peter Biddulph, Tessha-glazed porcelain bowl, chun glaze appears black where thin and blue where thicker. Finished with a feldsparthic glaze. 1280 C reduction.

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David Eeles, Chun glaze over Iron slip, Wood-fired stoneware vase, 35cm tall.

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Eric Schottin, Chun glazed vase 3 copper red chun glaze sprayed with iron blue fired to cone 10, 10" tall.

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Glacier is a Chinese chun glaze from Fireborn Studios.

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