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Recipe Name: Turquoise Matte Cone: 6 Color: Blue Green Firing: Oxidation Surface: Matte Amount Ingredient 61.5 Nepheline Syenite 20.9 Strontium Carbonate 6.6 Ball Clay--Old Mine #4 7.7 Silica 3.3 Lithium Carbonate 100 Total Additives 3.5 Copper Carbonate 4 Bentonite
136 Nutmeg Shino Cone 6 Sugar Maples Dolomite 0.233 Spodumene 0.233 Frit 3134 0.068 OM4 Ball Clay 0.233 Silica 0.233 Red iron oxide 0.0107 Yellow Ochre 0.0324 Tin Oxide
June Perry's The glaze is as follows: 21 Gerstley Borate 16 Nepheline syenite 11 China Clay 20 Whiting 32 Silica 5 Tin oxide 0.15 Chromium oxide
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Metallic glaze test tile, cone 6. Stephen Murfitt recipe || manganese dioxide 61, China clay 23, copper oxide 8, cobalt oxide 8. Firing range 1240-1260 C.
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9518 600×1.200 píxeles
As listed in John Britt's High Fire Glazes Also see http://glazy.org/recipes/364
Deep Purple pg. 126 over Selsor Chun with 2% Copper Carb. Deep Purple Cone 6 Oxidation Custer Feldspar 27 Nepheline Syenite 14 Silica 33 Whiting 12 Magnesium Carbonate 1.7 Gerstley Borate 8.6 Lithium Carbonate 3.7 Add Tin Oxide 4.8 Chrome Oxide 0.17 Cobalt Carbonate 0.6 Bentonite 2 Selsor Chun 2 F-4 Feldspar 34 Whiting 10 Zinc Oxide 3 Dolomite 6 Silica 30 Frit 3134 17 copper carbonate 2 Bentonite 2
2x Smokey Merlot with band of Obsidian on buff stoneware fired to cone 6. By Amanda Joy Wells
The following has been excerpted from The Ceramic Spectrum: A Simplified Approach to Glaze and Color Development, published by The American Ceramic Society