Sebastian

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角掛政志展 2011.3/9-27

角掛政志展 2011.3/9-27

Peter's Pottery: Chun glaze - "I use an Emmanuel Cooper chun recipe quite a lot, which I usually fire between cone 9 and cone 10. This recipe is really supposed to be for Cones 7 - 9 and I was wondering if you could adapt it to cone 6 by adding some borax frit, probably 10 - 20 percent?? The recipe is as follows Potash Feldspar 46 Dolomite 6 Zinc Oxide 6 Whiting 10 China Clay 2 Silica 30 This gives a good blue chun over an iron bearing slip or a tenmoko type glaze. Reduction is not needed.

Chūn glaze (Emanuel Cooper recipe) Really for cone but I fire 10 – 11 with this glaze. Potash Feldspar 46 Dolomite 6 Zinc Oxide 6 Whiting 10 China Clay 2 Silica 30 Bentonite 1 This works well for me over a variety of tenmoko glazes or iron bearing slips.

塚本 治彦 1959 岐阜県土岐市に生まれる 1977 野中春清に志野焼技法の薫陶を受ける 1978 愛知県立瀬戸窯業職業訓練校卒業 1980 多治見市陶磁器意匠研究所卒業 1981 浅井礼二郎に師事 1985 岐阜県土岐市駄知町に北斗窯築窯 (6.8×H5.7)...

塚本 治彦 1959 岐阜県土岐市に生まれる 1977 野中春清に志野焼技法の薫陶を受ける 1978 愛知県立瀬戸窯業職業訓練校卒業 1980 多治見市陶磁器意匠研究所卒業 1981 浅井礼二郎に師事 1985 岐阜県土岐市駄知町に北斗窯築窯 (6.8×H5.7)...

Kimura MubeTadashi (Noritada) 1968, born in Kyoto, Iwakura. My father Mr. moricin, Mr. Noriyuki brother Exhibition 1989 Kyoto Prefectural potter Higher Technical School Exit blue瓷, Oriao, firing Hagiko引, Korea Karatsu, a wide range of work, such as Shigaraki (6.5 × H6.4)

Kimura MubeTadashi (Noritada) 1968, born in Kyoto, Iwakura. My father Mr. moricin, Mr. Noriyuki brother Exhibition 1989 Kyoto Prefectural potter Higher Technical School Exit blue瓷, Oriao, firing Hagiko引, Korea Karatsu, a wide range of work, such as Shigaraki (6.5 × H6.4)

This teapot is called a shiboridashi in Japanese and gaiwan, or lidded bowl, in Chinese. This teapot is made from stoneware clay, by Talya Giladi, designed and created to illuminate the complex flavors of any tea brewed inside.

This teapot is called a Shiboridashi in Japanese and Gaiwan, or lidded bowl, in Chinese. This teapot is made from stoneware clay, by Talya Giladi, designed and created to illuminate the complex flavors of any tea brewed inside.