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Steve Loucks Glossy White ^6 ox or red –Roxanne Hunnicutt

April 23, 2012 Leave a comment

SL GLOSS WHITE

Nepheline Syenite – 50

Whiting  – 15

Gerstley Borate  – 10

Frit 3134  – 5

EPK  – 8

Silica  –  12

Zircopax  – 10

Glossy opaque white glaze. It is a stable glaze and works well for a liner glaze. good for other glazes to  be sprayed on top. Stable white in oxidation or reduction.

Paul’s White ^5 –Donna Kat

April 18, 2012 Leave a comment

Paul’s White ^5

  • Custer Feldspar 43
  • Gerstley Borate 15.7
  • Flint 12.1
  • Whiting 12
  • Talc 8.6
  • Zircopax 8.1
  • bentonite 1

White Satin Matt ^6 –Donna Kat

April 11, 2012 Leave a comment
 “White Satin Matt ^6″
  • Gerstley Borate 32
  • Talc 14
  • Kona Feldspar 20
  • EPK 5
  • Silica 29
  • Bentonite 2
  • Zircopax 5

note that this is basically the same glaze as Toby’s Red but with different colorants.  Toby’s red is stable because of the large amount of RIO (I believe).  This glaze is low on A2O3.  It is a companion glaze to the TOAST and when mixed with it in various amounts can give you a wood fired look (Richard Busch – Pottery Making Illustrated Nov 2005).

Shanner Butter ^10 –Jane Serigne Brieden

 

Shanner Butter

Custer Feldspar 28.0,

Silica 20.0,

Whiting 6.0,

EPK 4.0,

Talc 5.0,

Gerstley Borate 12.0,

Zircopax 12.0,

Zinc Oxide 5.0,

Rutile 5.0,

Bentonite 3.0

 

Stoneware with Oribe first, then Shanner Butter. Then I accented with Temmoku on rim and in creases.

Maybe Yello ^10 red

April 4, 2012 2 comments

Maybe Yellow ^10 red’

Neph sye        1908

Dolomite          633

OM4                   129

EPK                    240

Zircopax            375

Tin Ox                  70

RIO                       15

 

white clay better – darker on dark clay cool fast-shiny

Rick Burman Raku Glaze (his Turqouise) –Travis Berning

March 14, 2012 Leave a comment
 Gertsley Borate 33.02
 Neph. Sy. 16.64
Spodumene 16.98
 Lithium 17.31
 Zircopak  16.05
Copper Carb. 2.17

Oil spot glaze combo ^6 ox –John Britt

Oil spots doesn’t work all that well at cone 6 but his combo does give some good results:

Oil Spot Combo #1 Cone 6 Apply Three thick coats!
47.83 g.- G-200
23.91g. – Silica
17.39 g. – Whiting
10.87 g. – EPK
9.78 g – Red Iron Oxide

Oil Spot Combo #2 Cover Glaze (apply over #1) Cone 6 Then put this over
30g. –Custer Feldspar
30g. – Gerstley Borate
25g.- Silica
5g. – EPK

For White add: 10g. Zircopax.
Add: 5% 6485 Yellow
5% 6001 Pink
5% 6363 Blue
5% 239416 Degussa yellow
4% Copper Carbonate
2% cobalt carbonate
2% copper carbonate/2% cobalt carbonate/2% chrome oxide
8% red iron oxide
2% chrome oxide
2% nickel oxide

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