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The most useful base glaze that I have found for cone 6 is a very easy to remember one. Danny Moorwood, a potter friend of mine recommended it, and I also found it on the digitalfire.com (glossy base glaze) site; as follows: 20 Wollastonite 20 Fritt 3134 (F 4108) 20 Potash Feldspar 20 Silica 20 China Clay  Danny uses ball clay rather than china clay.  I have been mostly using a 50/50 mix of ball clay and china clay.  The substitution of ball clay for china clay does slightly lower the…

The most useful base glaze that I have found for cone 6 is a very easy to remember one. Danny Moorwood, a potter friend of mine recommended it, and I also found it on the digitalfire.com (glossy base glaze) site; as follows: 20 Wollastonite 20 Fritt 3134 (F 4108) 20 Potash Feldspar 20 Silica 20 China Clay Danny uses ball clay rather than china clay. I have been mostly using a 50/50 mix of ball clay and china clay. The substitution of ball clay for china clay does slightly lower the…

stacking mugs - handles that makes something : House42

stacking mugs - handles that makes something : House42

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