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Glazeitorium: Lua Luster Shino 53 Neph Sye, 25 EPK, 10 Silicia, 2 Whiting, 5 Soda Ash, 5 Lithium Carb 2 Tin Oxide, 2 Bentonite

Glazeitorium In order of tiles 570 Stoneware Soda (Black and White Slip) Porcelain Electric Porcelain Soda (Black Slip) Lua Luster Shino Neph Sye 53 EPK 25 Silica 10 Whiting 2 Soda Ash 5 Lithium Carb 5 Tin Oxide 2 Bentonite 2

Category: Glaze, Green, Nickel, Author: Clara Giorello, Notes: Original base recipe "C" from the book "The Potter's Palette" (Constant/Odgen)

Category: Glaze, Green, Nickel, Author: Clara Giorello, Notes: Original base recipe "C" from the book "The Potter's Palette" (Constant/Odgen)

Category: Glaze, Blue, Rutile, Author: Clara Giorello, Notes:

Category: Glaze, Green, Copper, Author: Clara Giorello, Notes: **Passed the lemon test**

Category: Glaze, Blue, Rutile, Author: Clara Giorello, Notes:

Category: Glaze, Yellow, Manganese, Author: Clara Giorello, Notes: Original base recipe "C" from the book "The Potter's Palette" (Constant/Odgen)

Burke's Strong Celadon ^6 --Rebecca A Grant

Burke’s Strong Celadon Recipe – Cone Custer Feldspar: grams Whiting: grams Flint: grams ball clay: grams Zinc Oxide: grams Copper Carbonate: grams Total = grams My test is shown over a cone 6 white stoneware.

Butterscotch 2, Cone 6 oxidation Frit 3134 20 Dolomite 20 Spodumene 20 Ball Clay (OM4) 20 Silica 20 Add: Titanium dioxide 10 Rutile 6 A very nice almost glossy pale yellow orange. Slightly mottled but uniform color overall. Pretty over texture. Stable and will probably work well with one coat.

Butterscotch Cone 6 oxidation Frit 3134 20 Dolomite 20 Spodumene 20 Ball Clay 20 Silica 20 Add: Titanium dioxide 10 Rutile 6 Looks great on b-mix, a little bumpy on my white stoneware.

Category: Glaze, Red, Copper, Author: Lasse Östman, Notes: It can be a very pleasant semi glossy red glaze with strikingly darker spots. But not always! 1260oC with half an hour of oxidation at top temperature. Not too thick or it will be a dull redbrown. http://www.stoneware.net/stoneware/glasyrer/recept/copper/92167.htm The borax frit used is: G-3 earthenware glaze Sorry, I have no analyses here, but it is rather like MOK 1 in behavior, but I use 10-20% more than MOK 1. MOK1 Borax frit…

Glazy - Glaze, Red, Copper, 92167 Middle red with darker spots

Rojo Marina SiC. Cono 5, ox. Enfriamiento natural. Frita Crecer 804 ( Ffa 210) Clara Giorello

Rojo Marina SiC. Cono 5, ox. Enfriamiento natural. Frita Crecer 804 ( Ffa 210) Clara Giorello