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Category: Glaze, Blue, Cobalt, Author: Derek Au, Notes: The classic Leach clear plus cobalt oxide.

Category: Glaze, Blue, Cobalt, Author: Derek Au, Notes: The classic Leach clear plus cobalt oxide.

Glazeitorium: Tin Purple Tin Purple  Custer feldspar 25  Whiting 24  Silica 34  Kaolin 14  Laguna Borate 2  Zinc oxide 2     Tin oxide 2  Copper carbonate 2  Cobalt carbonate 0.5 cone 10

Glazeitorium: Tin Purple Tin Purple Custer feldspar 25 Whiting 24 Silica 34 Kaolin 14 Laguna Borate 2 Zinc oxide 2 Tin oxide 2 Copper carbonate 2 Cobalt carbonate 0.5 cone 10

Category: Glaze, Clear, Author: Derek Au, Notes: From Nigel Wood's Chinese Glazes, page 263. Porcelain glaze, 1240-1290 degrees Celsius, oxidation or reduction. One of my favorite clear glazes. This could also be classified as a Celadon, as the impurities in the kaolin and ball clay will lend it a bit of color. In my experience, changing the types of kaolin and ball clay used will significantly alter the appearance.

Category: Glaze, Clear, Author: Derek Au, Notes: From Nigel Wood's Chinese Glazes, page 263. Porcelain glaze, 1240-1290 degrees Celsius, oxidation or reduction. One of my favorite clear glazes. This could also be classified as a Celadon, as the impurities in the kaolin and ball clay will lend it a bit of color. In my experience, changing the types of kaolin and ball clay used will significantly alter the appearance.

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