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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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Candy Apple red ^6 –D.J. Brewer

August 1, 2012 1 comment

Candy Apple Red. Its a GREAT recipe — cone 6.
Silica — 31
Neph SY — 26
Whiting — 19
EPK — 19
Gerstley Borate — 5
Dark Red 6021 Mason Stain — 6 (or 5)

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

Phat Satin Mulberry ^10 redux –D.J. Brewer

 Phat Satin Mulberry glaze recipe

Frit 3124 13

Kingman Feldspar 44

Whiting 14

Kaolin 3

Silica 26

TOTAL 100

Copper Carb .5 to 1

Tin Oxide 1

Flame Drops Raku –Chris Busse

May 22, 2012 2 comments

Flame Drops:

very cool, will flash reds and oranges
Magnesium Carb 30.8
Lithium Carb 15.4
Gerstley Borate 53.8
Copper Carb 4.6
Chrome Ox 0.3

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

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 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

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