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Gordon Hutchens Slip –Mimi Champlin

September 24, 2012 2 comments

Gordon Hutchens Slip
used without glaze

Fire Clay 50
EPK 30
Alumina Hydrate 20 (or 10% for easier removal)

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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!

MacKenzie’s Shino #1 –Mimi Champlin

MacKenzie’s Shino#1
cone  9-10
Warren MacKenzie
Kona F-4 (Soda) Feldspar 43
Spodumene 36
Edgar Plastic Kaolin (EPK) 12
 Soda Ash 9
COMMENTS: This glaze REQUIRES ceramic grade Spodumene
Categories: cone 10, shino, Uncategorized

Boraq2 Gerstley substitue –Donna Kat

Boraq2 – Gerstley substitute

  • Turkish Ulexite 45
  • Cadycal 37
  • Hectalite 8
  • Feldspar (F4) 10
  • Dolomite 8
  • Whiting 8
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Collected Glazes ^6 –Nancy Gallagher

April 27, 2012 Leave a comment

CollectedGlazes

 

A pdf file of wonderful glazes!

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orange, fat white and crawl. Crawl Glaze –Nancy Gallagher

April 23, 2012 2 comments

Experiments with orange, fat white and crawl. Crawl Glaze –

70% Neph Sy
25% Magnesium Carbonate
5% Ball Clay

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Steve Loucks Opal ^6 –Roxanne Hunnicutt

April 23, 2012 Leave a comment

OPAL

Nepheline Syenite – 38

Whiting – 7

Gerstley Borate – 10

Talc – 5

Zinc – 5

Wollastonite – 2

EPK – 8

Silica – 25

Rutile – 8

Glossy, soft off-white, translucent glaze. This is a runny glaze if put on thickly. It is a very nice glaze over a white firing clay. It can reveal relief very nicely. It is very nice on top of or underneath Black Temmoku. Nice on top of most glazes. Goes grayish in reduction

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