glazing

Ceramic glazes form crystals on cooling if the chemistry is right and the rate of cool is slow enough to permit molecular movement to the preferred orientation.

Jonathan Kaplan  |  Recipes for Exciting Ceramic Surfaces with Cone 6 Glazes (Ceramic Arts Daily).

There has been a fairly prevalent belief in the ceramics world that cone 6 electric ceramic glazes are boring. But these days, that myth is being dispelled

^6 Orange/Blue Crystalline  Frit 3110- 50% Zinc Oxide- 22.5% Silica 22.25% Lithium Carb- 5% ADD: Nickle Carb- 3%

^6 Orange/Blue Crystalline Frit 3110- 50% Zinc Oxide- 22.5% Silica 22.25% Lithium Carb- 5% ADD: Nickle Carb- 3%

30 dolomite, 3 cu. carb. Green Suede   40 nepheline syenite 30 flux (see test tile title) 20 Kaolin 10 silica   ADD 3 cu. carb.

30 dolomite, 3 cu. carb. Green Suede 40 nepheline syenite 30 flux (see test tile title) 20 Kaolin 10 silica ADD 3 cu. carb.

Blue green mottled. I got this recipe from the Internet and used my local materials. Seems to be stable, although I would be careful to use it for food

I got this recipe from the Internet and used my local materials. Seems to be stable, although I would be careful to use it for food

Recipe Name: GREEN MATT  Cone: 6 Color: blue Firing: Oxidation Surface: Matte   Amount Ingredient 7.2 Dolomite 11.3 Gerstley Borate--1999 13.9 Talc 39.1 Nepheline Syenite 9.5 Kaolin--EPK 19 Silica   100 Total  Additives 4 Copper Carbonate 6 Rutile

Green Matt - cone 6 green to blue with action Dolomite Gerstley Borate Talc Nep Sy Kaolin 19 Silica add 4 copper Carb 6 Rutile

Glazeitorium: Cone 10 Custer Yellow Matt Custer Feldspar 23.1 Whiting 12.9 Silica 6 Kaolin 29.7 Dolomite 28.3 Red Iron oxide 1.5

In order of tiles 570 Stoneware Soda (Black and White Slip) Porcelain Electric Porcelain Soda (Black Slip) Custer Yellow Matt Custer Feld.

Glazeitorium

In order of tiles 570 Stoneware Soda (Black and White Slip) Porcelain Electric Porcelain Soda (Black Slip) Haze .

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