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Art: Clay--Cone 6

Steven Hill | "... firing to cone 6 in an electric kiln does not mean you can’t get beautiful atmospheric-like results."

Black Matte Glaze cone 6 oxidation Whiting 17.9 % Zinc Oxide 8.0 Potash Feldspar 49.2 EPK Kaolin 19.9 Silica 5.0 100.0 % Add: Red Iron Oxide 6.7 % Cobalt Oxide 1.3 %

Jeffrey Huebner: Cone 6 Glaze: mystery floating blue glaze that everyone was interested in but there will be more to come. It turns out that both of the mystery glazes are from the same base with different colorants. The base is from Mastering Cone6 Glazes. Gloss base glaze - G-200 20%, Frit 3134 20, Wollastonite 10, Epk 20, talc 11.5, flint 18.5, PLUS: 1% cobalt, 6% rutile, .5 Iron Ox

Recipe Name: Pinnell Seafoam Glaze Cone: 6 Color: Firing: Oxidation Surface: Matte Amount Ingredient 9.6 Frit--Ferro 3134 51.3 Feldspar--Kona F4 25.5 Strontium Carbonate 13.6 Kaolin--EPK left is subbed with Ball Clay 100 Total

testing glazes and colorants at cone 6

lots of cone 6 functional glaze recipes: Chris Stanley, Associate Professor @UTPB

V.C. "D" Base with Cobalt Carb Cone 6 Oxidation

Cool Colors: Ceramic Glaze Recipes for Greens, Blues and Turquoises

odyssey base with 1% chrome- try trailing on a dark glaze.

Cone 6 Electric Kiln Glaze Recipes - Formulas - John Post

PC-4 Palladium over PC-12 Blue Midnight. one thick coat of PC-12 Blue Midnight as a base. Then three coats of the top coat were applied. Let dry between coats. Josh uses a fan brush to apply the glazes. He says this allows for a more even coverage. AMACO® 46-M, a Cone 5/6 stoneware clay was used to create the cups.

PC-53 Ancient Jasper

PC-1 Saturation Metallic over PC-12 Blue Midnight. one thick coat of PC-12 Blue Midnight as a base. Then three coats of the top coat were applied. Let dry between coats. Josh uses a fan brush to apply the glazes. He says this allows for a more even coverage. AMACO® 46-M, a Cone 5/6 stoneware clay was used to create the cups.

PC-53 Ancient Jasper over PC-12 Blue Midnight. one thick coat of PC-12 Blue Midnight as a base. Then three coats of the top coat were applied. Let dry between coats. Josh uses a fan brush to apply the glazes. He says this allows for a more even coverage. AMACO® 46-M, a Cone 5/6 stoneware clay was used to create the cups.

PC20 Blue Rutile over Blue Midnight. one thick coat of PC-12 Blue Midnight as a base. Then three coats of the top coat were applied. Let dry between coats. Josh uses a fan brush to apply the glazes. He says this allows for a more even coverage. AMACO® 46-M, a Cone 5/6 stoneware clay was used to create the cups.

  • Mary Bauer

    This rutile blue is one of my favorite glazes, all by itself.

PC-20 Blue Rutile over PC-59 Deep Firebrick.

PC-42 Seaweed over PC-59 Deep Firebrick. These cups were glazed by applying two good coats of PC-59 Deep Firebrick in a horizontal direction. Let each coat dry before applying the next. Then two good coats of the “layered” glaze were applied over the Deep Firebrick in a vertical direction. Again, let each coat dry before applying the next. These cups were fired to Cone 6 at medium speed with a 10 minute hold.

WOW! This is amazingly beautiful and it is CONE 6!!!

HF- 128 Teal Amaco Glaze Cone 5 (I can't remember if I need cone 5 or 6-- or either)

Ceramic Arts Daily snow-flake-crackle- cone 6

Bailey Ceramic Supply - Glazes & Stains - Coyote Glazes - Cone 6