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Red Chun ^6 ox –Sharon Moormann Mande

September 6, 2012 3 comments

Red Chun ^6 Oxidation

Custer – 428

Silica – 153

Whiting – 133

Frit 3124 – 122

Kaolin – 51

Zinc Oxide – 41

Talc – 31

Tin Oxide – 21

Bentonite – 10

Copper Carb – 10

Glossy bright spearmint green.

Note this is actually a red chun reduction ^6 glaze but it is really nice in oxidation also!

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Emerald – Cone 5/6 ox –Kelly Moen

August 29, 2012 1 comment

 

 

Emerald – Cone 5/6

Gerstley Borate – 49
EPK (kaolin) – 19
Flint (silica) – 32
Chrome oxide – 2

Cobalt Oxide – 1

Bentonite 2%
This glaze has to be applied much thicker
than you would expect a glaze to go on.
Almost like a thin yogourt. The mug in the illustration was fired to cone 5.
As you get hotter the green becomes more uniform and “greener” much like the area on the edges of the handle

Shaner Gold & Green ^ 9 – 10 reduction –Terri Kennedy

August 13, 2012 Leave a comment

SHANER GOLD

9 – 10 REDUCTION

22108 CUSTER FELDSPAR

160 TALC

100 KAOLIN …

852 WHITING
120 BONE ASH
150 RED IRON OXIDE
130 RUTILE
4520 TOTAL
SHANER GREEN
9-11 REDUCTION GREEN
(CAN BE PALE-DARK GR.OR PINK) MATT (CAN BE DRY MATT TO GLOSSY) CLAY CALCIUM MATT
9.1 BONE ASH
4.5TALC
18.8WHITING
46.5 CUSTER FELDSPAR
22.1 KAOLIN
100 TOTAL
ADD:
COPPER CARBONATE 2.9%
*CAN ALSO GO LAVENDER

Kathryn Narrow’s Chun Glaze (from Leah Leitson) ^6 ox –John Britt

August 11, 2012 3 comments

Kathryn Narrow’s Chun Glaze (from Leah Leitson) Leah Leitson’s plate above.
Cone 6

Uses inside:

F-4 Feldspar             38

Whiting                      14

Zinc Oxide                 12

Ball Clay                      6

Flint                            *30*

100

Pick one:

Celadon: copper Carb         5%

Dark Blue: Cobalt Carb       5

Light blue: Cobalt Carb       1

Copper carb      1.25

Dark Green: Copper carb   6

Yellow: Redart clay              10

Frog Pond Green ^6 ox –Donna Kat

Frog Pond Green ^6 OXIDATION

  • EP Kaolin                     31.7
  • 3124                               31
  • Wollastonite                23.2
  • Silica                             14.1

.5% Copper Carbonate = pale yellow-green

1-2% Copper Carbonate = Light Green

3.5-5% Copper Carbonate – Medium to Dark Green

 

Copper Matt Stain Raku –Chris Busse

Copper Matt Stain:

gets good flashes if combustible container is “burped” well
Frit 3134 – 10
tin ox 10
Copper carb 80
Add 3% bentonite to help reduce settling

Alligator Glaze Raku–Chris Busse

Alligator: Textured green to blue
Gerstely borate 50
Bone ash 25
Neph Syn 12.5
Copper carb 12.5

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