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FetishGhost's Secret Studio: Volcanic Glaze Pottery, Ceramic Vessel, Contemporary Pottery, Ceramic Artists, Pottery Art, Pottery Techniques, Ceramic Vases
Volcanic Glaze
FetishGhost's Secret Studio: Volcanic Glaze
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Oil Spot #2 over #1, 4 Co. Carb., 3134 ^6 Decoration, Glazed Bowl
Oil Spot #2 over #1, 4 Co. Carb., 3134 ^6
Oil Spot #2 over #1, 4 Co. Carb., 3134 ^6
Turquoise, Canterbury, Ceramic Art, Ceramic Clay
Category: Glaze, Matte, Author: Ceramic Recipes, Notes: "Similar to Pinnell's Strontium Matte Crater .(this uses barium vs his has strontium)." John Britt "The original called for .5 Cobalt Oxide rather than Cobalt Carb. as well as 2 Bentonite" Derek Au Silicon Carbide
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Category: Glaze, Matte, Author: Ceramic Recipes, Notes: "Similar to Pinnell's Strontium Matte Crater .(this uses barium vs his has strontium)." John Britt "The original called for .5 Cobalt Oxide rather than Cobalt Carb. as well as 2 Bentonite" Derek Au
glaze P72 66.05 Neph. Sye., 4.82 Zinc Ox., 4.51 Dolomite, 4.82 Whiting, 4.51 Ball Clay, 6.91 Quarts, 8.41 Rutile, 0.3 Copper Ox., 2 Cobalt Ox., 0.6 Red Ferric Ox. Stoneware, Texture, Modern Ceramics, Cobalt
P72-glaze
glaze P72 66.05 Neph. Sye., 4.82 Zinc Ox., 4.51 Dolomite, 4.82 Whiting, 4.51 Ball Clay, 6.91 Quarts, 8.41 Rutile, 0.3 Copper Ox., 2 Cobalt Ox., 0.6 Red Ferric Ox.
Category: Glaze, Green, Author: Lasse Östman, Notes: Color depends on thickness. Very thin glaze is gray, fairly thin green and semi matt. Thicker glaze becomes blue and semi glossy to glossy with small crystals. 1270oC with one hour at top temperature. Very good for incised decoration. Safe glaze. http://www.stoneware.net/stoneware/glasyrer/recept/otherox/s419.htm Diy, Crafts
Glazy
Category: Glaze, Green, Author: Lasse Östman, Notes: Color depends on thickness. Very thin glaze is gray, fairly thin green and semi matt. Thicker glaze becomes blue and semi glossy to glossy with small crystals. 1270oC with one hour at top temperature. Very good for incised decoration. Safe glaze. http://www.stoneware.net/stoneware/glasyrer/recept/otherox/s419.htm
Category: Glaze, Green, Author: Lasse Östman, Notes: Color depends on thickness. Very thin glaze is gray, fairly thin green and semi matt. Thicker glaze becomes blue and semi glossy to glossy with small crystals. 1270oC with one hour at top temperature. Very good for incised decoration. Safe glaze. http://www.stoneware.net/stoneware/glasyrer/recept/otherox/s419.htm Iron Oxide, Base Foods
Glazy
Category: Glaze, Green, Author: Lasse Östman, Notes: Color depends on thickness. Very thin glaze is gray, fairly thin green and semi matt. Thicker glaze becomes blue and semi glossy to glossy with small crystals. 1270oC with one hour at top temperature. Very good for incised decoration. Safe glaze. http://www.stoneware.net/stoneware/glasyrer/recept/otherox/s419.htm