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Blue Celadon ^6 ox — Ryan LaPine

Requested – Cone 6 Blue Celadon

We tested a glaze called “Cone 6 Blue Celadon”. I would not call it that. It is more of a dark blue green and the recipe is brutally long.

Cone 6 Blue Celadon

Cone: 6    Oxidation
Custer Feldspar-20
Gersteley-20
Neph. Sy.-20
Silica-15
Wollastonite-10
Dolomite-2
EPK-5
RIO-2
Titanium Dioxide-1
Cobalt Carb-0.9
Copper Carb-2.5
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  1. July 6, 2011 at 3:44 pm

    I’m not sure how this recipe got out under the name “Blue Celadon”. When I developed it a few years ago (from something called “Weiser’s Honey”) it called it Blue Honey. The recipe is indeed long, but it responds to texture really well, especially when sprayed. Here are some examples of it and its green counterpart, which has more copper, less cobalt:
    http://x789.net/FCR/FCR_VasesMed.JPG.htm

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