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More Glazes I Use: Glazes, Clays & Ideas, Tom Coleman

More Glazes I Use: Glazes, Clays & Ideas, Tom Coleman

Untitled Platter #1 2008 by Frank Boyden and Tom Coleman at the American Museum of Ceramic Art Pomona, California

Untitled Platter #1 2008 by Frank Boyden and Tom Coleman at the American Museum of Ceramic Art Pomona, California

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

Cream Breaking Rust     Cone 5-8 92.4%  	Cream Breaking Rust  ^5 to 8 30.7%	   Ferro Frit 3134 18.1%	   Silica 13.0%	   Tin Oxide  7.5 10.6%	   Wollastonite 8.4%	   EPK 6.0%	   Red Iron Oxide - or  5% 3.3%	   Strontium Carbonate 2.3%	   Talc

Cream Breaking Rust Cone 5-8 92.4% Cream Breaking Rust ^5 to 8 30.7% Ferro Frit 3134 18.1% Silica 13.0% Tin Oxide 7.5 10.6% Wollastonite 8.4% EPK 6.0% Red Iron Oxide - or 5% 3.3% Strontium Carbonate 2.3% Talc

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Glazes from Natural Sources, Brian Sutherland

Glazes from Natural Sources, Brian Sutherland

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