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Deep Red ^6 Stoneware –Donna Kat

October 13, 2012 2 comments

Deep Red ^6 Stoneware

  • 45   Redart
  • 12   Ball Clay
  • 10   Flint
  • 33   Tile #6 Kaolin

Not tested

If anyone tests this please leave us some data and pics on how it comes out.  Thanks

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DK’s Stoneware Body ^6 –Donna Kat

October 13, 2012 Leave a comment

DK’s Stoneware Body ^6

  • 30  Redart
  • 30  Goldart
  • 5   Ball Clay
  • 10  EPK
  • 5   Flint
  • 5   Potash Feldspar

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.

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!

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

C/4.5.6 White China Translucent –Mimi Champlin

August 21, 2012 Leave a comment

C/4.5.6 White China Translucent

E.P.K. kaolin 20
Grolleg china clay 20
Kentucky ball clay 5
Nepheline syenite 30
Gerstley borate 5
Flint 20
——–
100
+ Bentonite 3%
Not too plastic. Fire to C/6 for translucency.

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