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Elaine Coleman’s Ice Blue Celadon, ∆10 reduction –John Glumpler

 It has a lot of barium, but most blue celadons do have some barium. I’ve never tested it with Custer feldspar instead of G200. It might work. You have to use yellow iron oxide (not yellow ocher) for the color to be correct. Looks best on porcelain.

Elaine Coleman’s Ice Blue Celadon, ∆10 reduction
G200 feldspar 46
Barium carb 16
Grolleg or Tile 6 6
Silica/Flint 32
Add:
Yellow Iron oxide 1

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  1. December 23, 2011 at 11:32 am

    Do you have a picture of this glaze? It sounds like something I have been looking for. Most of the celedons I have been trying turn red in reduction. Does this get a lot of crackle? I work in Southern Ice porcelain ^10-11 reduction.

    Thanks!

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