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Orange Ochre Stoneware Body ^6 –Donna Kat

October 13, 2012 Leave a comment
Orange Ochre Stoneware Body ^6
  • 10   Redart
  • 5    Flint
  • 70   Goldart
  • 10   Fireclay
  • 5    Potash Feldspar

not tested..

if anyone tries this glaze, please let us know the results so we can post them.  Thanks.

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Joe Shaw’s Lemon Frost ^6 ox –Donna Kat

September 6, 2012 Leave a comment

Lemon Frost vase

Joe Shaw

Recipe Name:  Lemon Frost Matte

 

Cone:  6     Color:  Pale Yellow

Firing:  Oxidation     Surface:  Matte

 

Amount     Ingredient

60          Nepheline Syenite

20          Strontium Carbonate

1          Lithium Carbonate

10          Ball Clay–Old Mine #4

9          Silica

 

100         Total

 

Additives

5          Titanium Dioxide

10          Cerdec Degussa Yellow Stain

2            Bentonite

 

The base of this glaze was developed by Pete Pinnell, (Pinnell’s Strontium Matte).

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

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

Bailey’s Red ^10 ox or redux –Denise O’Connell Joyal

Bailey’s Red

Cone: 10

Color: Tomato Red speckle

Surface: glossy

Firing: oxidation or reduction:

custer potash feldspar 47.00

silica 13.00

kaolin 13.00

talc 10.50

bone Ash 14.00

lithium carbonate 2.50

Totals: 100 %

Also add: red iron oxide 8.00

van Gilder’s Crocus Martis Red – cone 6 oxidation –Nancy Gallagher

Teapot on redrock clay:

van Gilder Crocus Red finger swiped with a rutile wash.

van Gilder’s Crocus Martis Red – cone 6 oxidation

NC Soda Feldspar 46.7%

*** Talc 16.9

Bone Ash 15.0

Silica 11.4

EPK 4.0

Lithium Carbonate 4.0

Bentonite 2.0

Crocus Martis 8.5%

Red Iron Oxide 3.0%

 

*** – I can’t get this anymore and the sample is subbed minspar _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

–Jeremiah Young

May 7, 2012 1 comment

 

 Test tiles done this week.
 Fired to cone ^6
on Flint hill clay (buff, black, red) and Laguna B-mix
 Glaze Name:

 Floating Blue … Cone: 6  

Main Ingredients:
Nepheline Syenite: 47.30  Grams
 Silica 325 Mesh: 20.30  Grams
EPK Kaolin: 5.40  Grams
Gerstley Borate: 27.00  Grams
Total: 100.00  Grams
Add:   Cobalt Oxide: 1.00  %
Red Spanish Iron Oxide: 2.00  %
Bentonite (325 Mesh): 1.00  %
Rutile: 4.00  %

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  eggshell Cone: 6

Whiting: 9.50  Grams

Zinc Oxide: 5.50  Grams

Ferro Frit 3124: 44.50  Grams

Custer Feldspar: 20.00  Grams

Bentonite: 7.50  Grams

Edgar Plastic Kaolin: 5.00  Grams

Silica: 8.00  Grams

 

Total: 100.00  Grams

Add:

Tin Oxide: 9.00  %

Red Spanish Iron Oxide: 3.00  %

 

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opal blue Cone: 6

EPK Kaolin: 30.00  Grams

Ferro Frit 3134: 50.00  Grams

Flint: 25.00  Grams

Total: 105.00  Grams

Add:

Cobalt Oxide: 2.50  %

Rutile: 5.00  %

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 temmoku Cone: 6

Silica 325 Mesh: 25.00  Grams

EPK Kaolin: 16.70  Grams

Nepheline Syenite: 16.70  Grams

Gerstley Borate: 8.30  Grams

Dolomite: 8.30  Grams

Talc: 6.70  Grams

Bone Ash: 6.70  Grams

Red Spanish Iron Oxide: 10.00  Grams

Total: 98.40  Grams

 

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 Lynne’s Glassy Grey ^5/6 Cone: 6

 

Description: This is Perkins Center for the Art’s glossy glaze with lots of movement. It looks great on textured surfaces where it breaks nicely or layered over glazes high in RIO such as Randy’s Red. LGG works well on all clay body colors and looks best when slow cooled.

Gerstley Borate: 50.00  Grams

Silica: 30.00  Grams

EPK Kaolin: 15.00  Grams

Titanium Dioxide: 5.00  Grams

Total: 100.00  Grams

Add:

Soda Ash: 2.50  %

Copper Carbonate: 2.00  %

Red Iron Oxide: 1.00  %

Cobalt Carbonate: 0.75  %

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