base glaze: 40 Potash Feldspar, 20 Whiting, 25 China Clay and 15 Flint. for black: 4% Nickel Oxide, 4% Red Iron Oxide, 2% Cobalt Carbonate

Dove Street Pottery base glaze: 40 Potash Feldspar, 20 Whiting, 25 China Clay and 15 Flint. for black: Nickel Oxide, Red Iron Oxide, Cobalt Carbonate

Recipe Name: Waterfall All Frit version Cone: 6 Color: Firing: Oxidation Surface: Glossy Amount Ingredient 59 Frit 169/MOK 623 17 Ball Clay--Old Mine #4 23.5 Silica 99.5 Total Additives 12.5 Iron Oxide--Red 1 Rutile

Recipe Name: Waterfall All Frit version Cone: 6 Color: Firing: Oxidation Surface: Glossy Amount Ingredient 59 Frit 623 17 Ball Clay--Old Mine Silica Total Additives Iron Oxide--Red 1 Rutile

recette / recipe TP228 — Tristan Philippe. Recipe on my site : http://www.tristanp.net/blog/2014/10/21/recette-recipe-tp228

recette / recipe TP228

Recipe on my site : - Lithium 3 - Strontium 10 - Fritte 3310 60 - Kaolin (EPK) 12 - Silice 15 + Carbonate CU 1 Food safe.

Fiske Celadon BlueFiske 6/10 Clear Base: F4 (Or MinSpar) Feldspar 34.9 Whiting 12.8 Zinc Oxide 11 OM4 Ball Clay 13.8 Silica 27.5 (Pictured: Add 1.75% Robin’s Egg Blue Mason Stain) variation Fiske 6/10 Clear Base: Minspar200 Feldspar 38, Whiting 14, Zinc Oxide 12, Calcined OM4 Ball Clay 10, OM4 Ball Clay 5, Silica 30. [H20 60%]

Fiske ^6 Celadon

Fiske Celadon BlueFiske Clear Base: (Or MinSpar) Feldspar Whiting Zinc Oxide 11 Ball Clay Silica (Pictured: Add Robin’s Egg Blue Mason Stain) variation Fiske Clear Base: Feldspar Whiting Zinc Oxide Calcined Ball Clay Ball Clay Silica

and another glaze:Crystal Emerald Green (glossy, transparent with crystals without any special heating procedure) Lithium carbonate 10.8 Soda Feldspar 27.3 Wollastonite 27.2 EPK 11.7 Silica 23.0 Total 100.0 +2% Bentonite +4% copper carbonate (or +0.5% cobalt carbonate for blue)

and another glaze:Crystal Emerald Green (glossy, transparent with crystals without any special heating procedure) Lithium carbonate Soda Feldspar Wollastonite EPK Silica Total Bentonite copper carbonate (or cobalt carbonate for blue)

Oxidation Glaze - CR729 Very reddish brown, semi matt with darker spots Rather thick or it will be no spots. 1260-1280oC with one hour at the top temperature. One of the most red glazes I know based on ferric oxide in oxidation. You can try other simple boric frits with not too low maturing temperature instead of G-3. feldspar NGP 37,22 bone ash 12,41 talc 8,68 petalite 12,41 quartz (flint) 9,93 ball clay 7,44 red ferric oxide 6,95 borax frit MOK G-3 4,96

Oxidation Glaze - Very reddish brown, semi matt with darker spots…

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