Glaze name: #1818 Kawai Slip

Cone: 6 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Slip or Engobe
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grog,150 mesh            80.0       80.00
Kaolin                   20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Add color to taste. I promised a while back to list this when I found
it! Kawai used a lot of thick slip trailing in his work and this was
given to me by one of his apprentices, Doug Lawrie. submitted by:
June M. Perry e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: #207.3

Cone: 8
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Color: varies - see comments
Date: 4/21/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        35.0       35.00
Dolomite                 15.0       15.00
Whiting                   8.0        8.00
Barium carbonate          8.0        8.00
EPK                       4.0        4.00
Silica                   30.0       30.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 3.0        3.00

Comments:

 submitted by: Kat Neely-Jones source for
original recipe: This is a variation on one of Emmanuel Cooper's
glazes, #207. e-mail: [email protected]
Variations --
Copper carb 3% + Cobalt carb .25% = teal blue with tiny crystals (if soaked ), glossy.
Cobalt carb .25% = frosty delft blue, matt surface (why matt??).
Copper carb 5% = Forest green, clear and glossy.
Manganese 4% + Cobalt .5% = Dark plum,glossy, nearly black where thickest.


Glaze name: Albany Glaze

Cone: 9 - 10
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Albany slip              63.2       63.16
Cornwall Stone           26.3       26.32
Whiting                  10.5       10.53
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Also add:

Red iron oxide            5.3        5.26

Comments:

The Albany glaze it's a near twin of (in my kiln anyway) is glaze #23
in the appendix of Daniel Rhodes _Clay and Glazes for the Potter-
(this book is a good potters' bible) Submitted by: Marcia Kindlmann
e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Albany Slip substitute Hendley's

Cone: 7 - 10
Firing: ox. or red.
Surface texture: glossy
Color: brown black
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   72.0       72.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
Soda feldspar             8.0        8.00
Talc                      5.0        5.00
EPK kaolin                5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

I can tell no difference in Rhodes Black made with this substitute
and real Albany Slip. David Hendley Maydelle, Texas See David
Hendley's Pottery Page at http://ww.sosis.com/hendley/david


Glaze name: Alkaline High Fire 1

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 04/05/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 62.6       62.50
Whiting                   7.7        7.70
EPK                       5.1        5.10
Flint                    24.6       24.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Comments:

From David Green's "A Handbook of Pottery Glazes"
Alkaline glazes should be good for yellow iron colors.


Glaze name: Alkaline high fire 2

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Date: 04/05/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 20.0       20.00
Cornwall Stone           50.0       50.00
Whiting                  15.0       15.00
Flint                    15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From David Green's "A Handbook of Pottery Glazes"
Alkaline glazes should be good for yellow iron colors.


Glaze name: Alkaline high fire 2 no cs

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Date: 04/05/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 50.7       51.71
Whiting                  16.0       16.27
Dolomite                  0.3        0.32
Silica                   26.4       26.89
Kaolin - theoretical      6.6        6.72
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      101.90

Comments:

From David Green's "A Handbook of Pottery Glazes"
Alkaline glazes should be good for yellow iron colors.


Glaze name: Alkaline Lee Rexrode

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 9
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: White
Date: 07/29/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate         36.6       36.60
Lithium carbonate         1.1        1.10
Nepheline syenite        45.6       45.60
Ball clay                 7.2        7.20
Flint                     9.5        9.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Margaret Bohls: fired cone 9 electric
Gorgeous satin, slightly sugary surface. Slightly translucent. I use the Base White
as a complementary glaze to a shiny white or clear glaze over porcelain, for a
"white on white" effect. The chartreuse, although equally gorgeous, fumes like mad
and may affect glazes next to it on the same pot or in the same area in the kiln,
either by turning them green or by making them wrinkle or bubble. Some glazes are
unaffected. I isolate this glaze in the kiln.
Variations --
for chartreuse: 0.5% chrome oxide


Glaze name: Alkaline Lee Rexrode Sr

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 9
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Date: 10/17/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Strontium carbonate      30.3       27.50
Lithium carbonate         1.2        1.10
Nepheline syenite        50.2       45.60
Ball clay                 7.9        7.20
Flint                    10.5        9.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       90.90

Comments:

Gorgeous satin, slightly sugary surface. Slightly translucent. Use the Base White
as a complement to a shiny white or clear over porcelain for a "white-on-white"
effect.  The chartreuse fumes like mad and may affect glazes next to it in the
kiln by turning them green or making them wrinkle and bubble. Some glaze
unaffected. Isolate this in the kiln.
From Margret Bohls
Variations --
chartreuse 0.5% chrome oxide


Glaze name: Amber Barnard

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Date: 04/05/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barnard clay             39.3       33.00
Wollastonite             15.5       13.00
Whiting                  17.9       15.00
Custer feldspar          23.8       20.00
Gerstley borate           3.6        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       84.00

Comments:

From Matt Long


Glaze name: Amber Celadon

Glaze type: Ca SlipGlaze
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy
Color: Amber, honey, brown
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Albany Slip              36.0       36.00
Custer feldspar          22.0       22.00
Gerstley borate           3.0        3.00
Wollastonite             14.0       14.00
Whiting                   8.0        8.00
Flint                    14.0       14.00
EPK                       3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Yellow Ochre              9.0        9.00

Comments:

USE WOLLASTONITE POWDER. Sub. Barnard clay for Albany and its still
amber, but darker and less yellowish. Med=dk amber/brown;
thick=blue/black. Over white=honey yellowish. Can go dull matt in
places. Good functional glaze as liner, etc. Glaze Type: Ca
SlipGlaze. Opacity: Varies. Firing type: Reduction From Val Cushing.
VC ed


Glaze name: Amber Celadon McKenzie Smith

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Date: 09/09/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Wood ash                 21.8       22.00
Whiting                  16.8       17.00
Custer feldspar          40.6       41.00
Ball clay                 4.0        4.00
Flint                    16.8       17.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      101.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            7.9        8.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Used by Kent McLaughlin. Very shiny. Medium value, good transparency. Golden
brown. Runs thick.


Glaze name: Amber Celadon Nick's Ochre

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Date: 06/07/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          26.5       26.50
Whiting                  22.2       22.20
Flint                    25.6       25.60
Ball clay                25.6       25.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Yellow ochre              8.0        8.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Amber Celadon no Albany

Glaze type: Ca SlipGlaze
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy
Color: Amber, honey, brown
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kaolin - theoretical     15.2       15.00
Custer feldspar          28.3       28.00
Dolomite                  4.0        4.00
Whiting                  19.2       19.00
Silica                   30.3       30.00
Frit 3134                 3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            3.0        3.00

Comments:

USE WOLLASTONITE POWDER. Sub. Barnard clay for Albany and its still
amber, but darker and less yellowish. Med=dk amber/brown;
thick=blue/black. Over white=honey yellowish. Can go dull matt in
places. Good functional glaze as liner, etc. Glaze Type: Ca
SlipGlaze. Opacity: Varies. Firing type: Reduction From Val Cushing.
VC ed


Glaze name: Amber Celadon no albany

Glaze type: Ca SlipGlaze
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy
Color: Amber, honey, brown
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kaolin - theoretical     12.0       12.00
Custer feldspar          29.0       29.00
Dolomite                  4.0        4.00
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
Silica                   30.0       30.00
Frit 3195                 5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            3.0        3.00

Comments:

USE WOLLASTONITE POWDER. Sub. Barnard clay for Albany and its still
amber, but darker and less yellowish. Med=dk amber/brown;
thick=blue/black. Over white=honey yellowish. Can go dull matt in
places. Good functional glaze as liner, etc. Glaze Type: Ca
SlipGlaze. Opacity: Varies. Firing type: Reduction From Val Cushing.
VC ed


Glaze name: Amber Celadon VC no albany

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Amber
Testing: Tested
Date: 03/28/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          19.4       19.00
Gerstley borate           3.1        3.00
Dolomite                  2.0        2.00
Wollastonite              9.2        9.00
Whiting                  14.3       14.00
Redart                   29.6       29.00
Barnard clay             10.2       10.00
EPK                       2.0        2.00
Flint                    10.2       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       98.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            2.0        2.00

Comments:

Brown-golden. Moves some where thick, but not runny.


Glaze name: Amber Celadon VC no albany + Sr

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Amber
Testing: Tested
Date: 03/28/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          26.4       26.40
Dolomite                  4.4        4.40
Whiting                   7.1        7.10
Strontium carbonate      16.9       16.90
Kaolin - theoretical     12.8       12.80
Silica                   27.4       27.40
Frit 3134                 5.1        5.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Red iron oxide            2.5        2.50

Comments:

Brown-golden. Moves some where thick, but not runny.


Glaze name: Amber Celadon VC no albany recalc

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Amber
Testing: Untested
Date: 03/28/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          27.6       27.60
Dolomite                  4.6        4.60
Whiting                  21.0       21.00
EPK                      13.0       13.00
Silica                   28.5       28.50
Frit 3134                 5.2        5.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Red iron oxide            2.1        2.10

Comments:

Brown-golden. Moves some where thick, but not runny.


Glaze name: Amber Celadon w/Alberta Slip

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Date: 10/31/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Alberta slip             35.5       35.50
Wollastonite             14.0       14.00
K-200 feldspar           21.5       21.50
Gerstley borate           3.2        3.20
Whiting                   7.5        7.50
EPK                       3.2        3.20
Silica                   15.1       15.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Yellow ochre              7.5        7.50
Bentonite                 6.5        6.50

Comments:


Glaze name: Amber Gulden's

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Amber
Date: 11/19/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          32.3       30.00
Whiting                  26.9       25.00
Flint                    26.9       25.00
Kentucky OM #4           10.8       10.00
Gerstley borate           3.2        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       93.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.2        2.00
Yellow iron oxide         7.5        7.00

Comments:

From Ayumi Horie


Glaze name: Amber Gulden's no GB

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Amber
Date: 11/19/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

feldspar - theoretical   25.6       25.60
Whiting                  26.6       26.60
Silica                   30.9       30.90
Kaolin - theoretical      7.7        7.70
Frit 3124                 9.2        9.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Yellow iron oxide         7.0        7.00

Comments:

From Ayumi Horie


Glaze name: Amber Martin

Cone: 10
Color: Amber
Date: 8/8/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          33.0       33.00
Dolomite                 11.0       11.00
Whiting                  17.0       17.00
Zinc oxide                6.0        6.00
EPK                      11.0       11.00
Silica                   22.0       22.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    5.0        5.00
Red iron oxide            2.0        2.00

Comments:

^ This glaze runs^ Frank Martin Art Deparment/Ceranics 92nd street
YM-YWHA 1395 Lexington Ave NY, NY. 10128 [email protected]


Glaze name: Amber Shaner Celadon ARAC

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Date: 11/21/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Albany slip              35.9       35.90
Wollastonite             14.1       14.10
EPK                       3.3        3.30
Gerstley borate           3.3        3.30
Whiting                   7.6        7.60
Flint                    14.1       14.10
Custer feldspar          21.7       21.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Yellow ochre              8.7        8.70

Comments:

USE WOLLASTONITE POWDER. Sub. Barnard clay for Albany and its still
amber, but darker and less yellowish. Med=dk amber/brown;
thick=blue/black. Over white=honey yellowish. Can go dull matt in
places. Good functional glaze as liner, etc. Glaze Type: Ca
SlipGlaze. Opacity: Varies. Firing type: Reduction From Val Cushing.
VC ed


Glaze name: Amber Shaner Celadon ARAC Alberta

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Date: 11/21/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Alberta slip             77.0       77.00
Gerstley borate           3.0        3.00
Whiting                  14.0       14.00
Silica                    6.0        6.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Yellow ochre              8.0        8.00

Comments:

USE WOLLASTONITE POWDER. Sub. Barnard clay for Albany and its still
amber, but darker and less yellowish. Med=dk amber/brown;
thick=blue/black. Over white=honey yellowish. Can go dull matt in
places. Good functional glaze as liner, etc. Glaze Type: Ca
SlipGlaze. Opacity: Varies. Firing type: Reduction From Val Cushing.
VC ed


Glaze name: Amber Shaner Celadon ARAC no albany

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Brown
Testing: Tested
Date: 11/21/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

EPK                      14.0       14.00
Dolomite                  5.0        5.00
Whiting                  19.0       19.00
Silica                   29.0       29.00
Custer feldspar          27.0       27.00
Frit 3134                 6.0        6.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Yellow ochre              8.0        8.00

Comments:

Good functional glaze as liner, etc. Greenish-brown thin, brown thick


Glaze name: Amber stable test 1

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Date: 11/29/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 47.9       47.90
Whiting                  14.7       14.70
Strontium carbonate      11.0       11.00
Kaolin - theoretical      9.8        9.80
Silica                   16.6       16.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            8.0        8.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

theoretical amber from stable glaze limits.


Glaze name: Amber stable test 2 w/bone ash

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Date: 11/29/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 47.7       47.70
Strontium carbonate      11.0       11.00
Kaolin - theoretical      9.8        9.80
Silica                   16.5       16.50
Bone ash                 15.1       15.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Red iron oxide            8.0        8.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

theoretical amber from stable glaze limits.


Glaze name: Amber theoretical 3

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/29/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        34.1       34.10
Lithium carbonate         2.0        2.00
Whiting                  12.1       12.10
Strontium carbonate       5.9        5.90
Kaolin - theoretical      1.2        1.20
Silica                   44.6       44.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Red iron oxide            8.0        8.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Amber Yellow

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Salt - Soda
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Amber
Date: 02/18/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          29.0       29.00
Whiting                  20.5       20.50
EPK                      19.0       19.00
Flint                    31.5       31.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    7.0        7.00

Comments:

From Soda Glazing by Ruthann Tudball


Glaze name: Amber- Honey Weiser's

Cone: 9
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          36.7       36.70
Flint                    25.5       25.50
Whiting                  18.9       18.90
Ball clay                 9.2        9.20
Soda feldspar             5.1        5.10
Kaolin                    2.6        2.60
Dolomite                  2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            8.0        8.00

Comments:

This is a dark brown glaze the can obscure slip and carving if thick. Good glaze
surface.Moves if thick, but not runny.

I've tried both of these glazes with mixed results. The amber celadon is almost
identical to Cushing Amber Celadon. This is a better transparent amber honey
glaze. RafaelMolina-Rodriguez [email protected]
Variations --
+6% RIO= greener brown color
4% RIO = grey-green color like a celadon.


Glaze name: Anderson Blue

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: matte
Color: black to green, blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Soda feldspar            57.1       57.13
EPK                      14.3       14.26
Kentucky OM #4            7.2        7.18
Whiting                  21.4       21.44
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          7.2        7.18

Comments:

Matt glaze almost black where thin, army green where thick. Nice
colonial (bluish slate) over white slip Well I finally got around to
typing this thing up...^9-10 Blues Thank you one and all for all the
donated recipes. I only tested 31 out of almost 100 I received. I'll
continue testing and reporting as the winter DRAGS on. All the glazes
were tested on #900 Miller clay which is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One
side of the test tile was brushed with a thick coating of Cynthia
Bringle's wet/dry white slip. Each glaze was dipped in three
thicknesses on a heavily textured tile. All tiles were fired to a
(hard)^9 (10 tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08
and 1 hr. glaze reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown.
Any time potash or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball
clay is OM-4 . Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium
with Strontium. All kaolin is EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel
well. Your results will probably be TOTALLY different. Please test
before use. Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME
04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected]
web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Andreson Pearl

Cone: 10
Surface texture: gloss stable
Color: light robin's egg blue
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          13.0       13.00
Whiting                   8.7        8.70
Zinc oxide                2.2        2.20
Custer spar              59.3       59.40
Ball clay                 3.8        3.80
Barium carbonate         13.0       13.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Tin oxide                 7.6        7.60
Copper carbonate          0.5        0.50

Comments:

(Can substitute 9-13 Strontnium carb to make it food safe) [Editor's
note - probably Andreson Pearl but originally written 'Amdreson']
Nice light robin's egg blue gloss, stable, pretty, unusual, similar
to peach blossom but less texture. I use Dave's porcelain from
Laguna. Dean McRaine  on the north shore of Kauai


Glaze name: Andy Martin's Showsaver

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Flow: Moderate
Date: 02/18/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate         22.9       22.90
Gerstley borate           3.8        3.80
Strontium carbonate      13.0       13.00
Wollastonite              3.4        3.40
Nepheline syenite        26.9       26.90
Ball clay                 9.5        9.50
Flint                    20.5       20.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Variations --
Chartreuse + chrome	      0.5


Glaze name: Angel Eyes

Cone: 10
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

EPK                      10.0       10.00
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
Silica                   30.0       30.00
Potash feldspar          40.0       40.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            3.3        3.33
Rutile                    3.3        3.33

Comments:

Here's an iron blue that I like. Gives a fine hare's fur glossy
surface. The glaze has a tendency to settle a bit. We've also played
with extra rutile and more reduction to increase the depth of the
blue. submitted by: Richard Gralnik e-mail: [email protected]
source for original recipe: El Camino College


Glaze name: ash - Fake Martell

Cone: 10
Surface texture: runny fake ash
Color: gray?
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                  8.0        8.00
Whiting                  34.0       34.00
Potash feldspar           5.0        5.00
Kaolin                   33.0       33.00
Silica                   20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Here's one that I formulated and have used for a number of years. It
is best applied by spraying but can be dipped, poured, etc. You have
to work with the thickness to got the desired result. A light
application will orange peel like a salt glaze while heavier
applications will run. Too much thickness and you will get
blistering. This glaze works well with most oxides. It also works
best on porcelain or with white slips but don't be afraid to try
anything...you never know. You can get this glaze to work at cone 8
and 9 by substituting Ball Clay for Kaolin. You might want to do a
sub at cone 10 as well to observe the difference. Regards, Craig
Martell-Oregon


Glaze name: ash Benji's

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Tan
Visual texture: Rivulet
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 01/30/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Hardwood ash             16.5       16.50
Softwood ash             16.5       16.50
Custer spar              39.0       39.00
EPK                      13.0       13.00
Whiting                   6.0        6.00
Barium carbonate          5.0        5.00
Flint                     4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00
Black iron oxide          1.0        1.00

Comments:

Ashes washed 5 times and 60-mesh sieved. Beautiful and reliable ash glaze
Often the surface is richly textured most likely by the presence of woodash.
 Submitted by: Edouard Bastarache ([email protected])


Glaze name: ash Benji's remix

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Tan
Visual texture: Rivulet
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 01/30/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              39.0       39.00
EPK                      13.0       13.00
Whiting                   6.0        6.00
Barium carbonate          5.0        5.00
Flint                     4.0        4.00
Ash wood                 33.0       33.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00
Black iron oxide          1.0        1.00

Comments:

Ashes washed 5 times and 60-mesh sieved. Beautiful and reliable ash glaze
Often the surface is richly textured most likely by the presence of woodash.
 Submitted by: Edouard Bastarache ([email protected])


Glaze name: Ash Bleu Bass

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Deep blue
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 01/30/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              30.0       30.00
Hardwood ash             30.0       30.00
Flint                    30.0       30.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Ultrox                   15.0       15.00
Cobalt oxide              5.0        5.00

Comments:

 Ash washed 5 times and 60-mesh sieved
 Beautiful deep blue ash glaze

*How long have you been using this glaze?
 1 year

*Where is it used?
 Studio

*Where did this recipe come from?
 From my own experimentation

*What do you like most about this glaze?
 Its deep blue shiny color

*Is this glaze reliable?
 Yes

*Does this glaze tend to craze/crawl/pinhole/etc.?
 If applied too thick it may pinhole a little bit

*How do different firing temperatures/atmospheres affect the glaze?
 It is always fired at cone 8-10 in reduction

*How does the glaze behave on different clay bodies?
 Well

*What consistency should the glaze be for pouring/dipping?
 Medium consistency

*How thickly should the glaze be applied to the pot?
 Medium coat

*How does this glaze interact with other glazes?
 Not tested

*What is your kiln type and size?
 Downdraft propane and 60 cubic feet

*How do you typically fire?
 Clay reduction at cone/08, then slight reduction increasing with
time until the final total reduction, followed by a period of
reoxidation

*Do you experience problems with the raw glaze?
 No

*What is your water pH?
 7.2

*Any other comments?
 Glaze named by my colleagues as "Bass Bleu" - Bass having been my
nickname since my teen years, Bass is also the name that I use to
sign my pots.

*GlazeBase recipe*
 Submitted by: Edouard Bastarache ([email protected])
 Ice Cream Flavor: Vanilla

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Glaze name: Ash Blue van Gilder

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Blue
Date: 02/06/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar           5.0        5.00
Whiting                  31.0       31.00
Tennessee #10            24.0       24.00
Silica                   22.5       22.50
Dolomite                  2.5        2.50
Ash wood                 15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            0.8        0.80
Cobalt carbonate          0.5        0.50

Comments:

From Bill Van Gilder Variations -- grey/Green - add 4 rutile to the
blue recipe


Glaze name: Ash Cooter Green

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: green
Date: 9/20/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        40.0       40.00
Custer feldspar          40.0       40.00
Wood ash                 20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

I bought a Dick Cooter
bowl (a North Shore, Lake Superior Potter) with it on it and the
recipe was a bonus. submitted by: Lee Love e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: ash Fake - Martell

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 10
Surface texture: runny fake ash
Color: gray?
Visual texture: Rivulet
Flow: Extreme
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                  8.0        8.00
Whiting                  34.0       34.00
Potash feldspar           5.0        5.00
Kaolin                   33.0       33.00
Silica                   20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Here's one I formulated and have used for a number of years. It
is best applied by spraying but can be dipped, poured, etc. You have
to work with the thickness to got the desired result. A light
application will orange peel like a salt glaze while heavier
applications will run. Too much thickness and you will get
blistering. This glaze works well with most oxides. It also works
best on porcelain or with white slips but don't be afraid to try
anything...you never know. You can get this glaze to work at cone 8
and 9 by substituting Ball Clay for Kaolin. You might want to do a
sub at cone 10 as well to observe the difference. Regards, Craig
Martell-Oregon


Glaze name: Ash Fake blue

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Color: Blue
Source: Central Clay--www.cclay.com
Date: 05/14/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Alberta slip             52.0       52.00
Whiting                  32.0       32.00
Kentucky OM #4           16.0       16.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              1.0        1.00
Red iron oxide            2.0        2.00

Comments:


Glaze name: ash fake BP26S Light green

Cone: 8
Surface texture: ash-like
Color: light green
Visual texture: Rivulet
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          40.0       40.00
China clay               20.0       20.00
Dolomite                 18.0       18.00
Talc                      8.0        8.00
Whiting                   5.0        5.00
Zinc oxide                4.0        4.00
Quartz                    5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          1.0        1.00

Comments:

re: your request for fake ash glazes here's one that we make called
BP26S Light green 'ash' glaze. The glaze is typically low in silica
and high in the alkaline earths - calcium and magnesia, and of the
type that has a shiny glassy melt within which satiny matt crystals
develop. Because it's used by electric kiln potters the light green
colour is given by copper carbonate. If to be used in a reduction
firing one would probably want to take out the copper and put in a
few percent of iron oxide. Mike Bailey. Bath Potters' Supplies, UK


Glaze name: Ash Felix's Green

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Green
Visual texture: Mottled
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 02/04/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Mixed hardwood ash       20.0       20.00
Dolomite                 14.0       14.00
Silica                   20.0       20.00
Custer spar              20.0       20.00
Nepheline syenite        14.0       14.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Gerstley borate           2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Black iron oxide          1.0        1.00

Comments:

Ash washed 5 times and 60-mesh sieved. Reliable mottled green ash glaze. It is a
modification of James Chappell's AG-27 (first published in 1977)

*GlazeBase recipe*
 Submitted by: Edouard Bastarache ([email protected])


Glaze name: Ash Fresca Base

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Tan
Visual texture: Rivulet
Flow: Extreme
Date: 01/19/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Wood ash                 50.0       50.00
Kentucky OM #4           12.5       12.50
G-200 feldspar           12.5       12.50
Silica                   12.5       12.50
Whiting                  12.5       12.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Charlie Teft Nov/Dec. 05 Clay Times p.32. [email protected]
www.ctpottery.com. Ash is unwashed. Dry mix materials, blend w/water, mix
w/drill, sieve through window screen. Not recommended for food surfaces. Very
runny. Apply by spraying for thin coat.
Variations --
White to tan = rutile 2% + titanium 2% or rutile 4%
Yellow to brown = RIO 10%
Med blue =  cobalt carb 2% + RIO 1.5%
Blue to black = cobalt carb 4.6 + RIO 3 + chrome 1


Glaze name: Ash Green Cooter

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: salt
Color: green
Testing: Untested
Date: 9/20/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        40.0       40.00
Custer feldspar          40.0       40.00
Wood Ash                 20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

I bought a Dick Cooter
bowl (a North Shore, Lake Superior Potter) with it on it and the
recipe was a bonus. submitted by: Lee Love e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Ash Hanna's Fake

Glaze type: Fake ash
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: runny fake ash
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                  30.0       30.00
Strontium carbonate      10.0       10.00
Redart clay              60.0       60.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Yellow ochre              4.0        4.00

Comments:

My favorite fake ash is called 'Hannah Fake Ash,' though I don't know
the origin. Great in ^10 Reduction, salt/soda, wood, etc. It looks
like what all the 'old guys' (sorry!) say Lorio's Ash looked before
the Albany Slip went south and people used hard brick kilns and fired
slow and so forth.  I love it. Anyroad... You probably don't have
Redart in Australia, either. Do a triaxial blend with any red clay,
and two alkaline earth (Ca, Ba, Li, Sr, Mg) providers. You will be
surprised at all the glazes you find! Don't need a computer, either.
 Good luck! steve grimmer carterville illinois [email protected]


Glaze name: Ash Honey Doug's

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Amber
Visual texture: Rivulet
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          35.0       35.00
Wood ash                 35.0       35.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
Dolomite                 15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                  5.0        5.00

Comments:

originally specified Charcoal Briquette Ash is that is unwashed.
submitted by: June Perry e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Ash Katz Fake

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 4/10/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barnard slip             55.0       55.00
Whiting                  45.0       45.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

My favorite very runny fake ash glaze:
*Louis Katz [email protected] *Texas A&M University Corpus
Christi *6300 Ocean Drive, Art Department *Corpus Christi, Tx 78412
*Phone (512) 994-5987


Glaze name: Ash Lanman Fake Wood

Glaze type: Fake ash
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Streaky
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: greenish brown
Source: Val Cushing VC ed. via GlazeBase
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          15.3       15.00
Dolomite                  9.2        9.00
Strontium carbonate       6.9        6.75
Whiting                  30.7       30.00
Ball clay                18.4       18.00
Flint                    19.4       19.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       97.75

Also add:

Iron oxide                4.1        4.00

Comments:

Streaks, webs, pulls, like wood ash. Recalculated by Bob Lanman from
the old Hay's Drippy: Albany 60, Whiting 30, Barium 10 w/ new
materials. Same look but a little more matt. Beautiful over white
body, white slip. David Posner says this glaze looks great in oxidation
with Mason stains added.


Glaze name: Ash McWhinnie Base

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 8 - 10
Color: base glaze
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate           8.5        8.45
Magnesium carbonate       1.9        1.86
Whiting                  15.3       15.30
Wood ash                 14.5       14.54
Custer feldspar          15.6       15.55
Georgia kaolin           10.9       10.91
Flint                    33.4       33.39
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

For a Cone 6 glaze, Nepheline Syenite can be substituted for the
Custer Feldspar. Kevin O'Hara asked about a reliable base formula for
an ash glaze. We have been using the glaze base provided by Harold
McWhinnie in his November 1986 'Ceramics Monthly' article (A
Multipurpose Glaze, p. 75). We repeat it below. If you have any
questions about this glaze, we believe that Harold is now monitoring
the Clayart list regularly. We have experimented with various types
of wood ash. We now use pecan hull ash. Fortunately, we have many
pecan trees in the area along with cracking plants that kindly supply
us with the hulls. There is a lot of oil in pecan hulls (including
many nuts) so they burn hot with very little but fine ash. We do not
wash this ash; however, we have found that we must wash other wood
ash. We experimented with Victoria's Secret ash (burned their ceasely
catalogs) but found it full of trash and required cleaning. John and
Judy McCain Palo Pinto Pottery [email protected]


Glaze name: Ash pale green

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Green
Visual texture: Striated
Date: 04/25/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 10.0       10.00
Whiting                   8.0        8.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
Ball clay                 6.0        6.00
Kaolin                    6.0        6.00
Albany slip              15.0       15.00
Ash wood                 35.0       35.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                  4.0        4.00

Comments:

From Scott Goldberg. Orig. calls for p spar.


Glaze name: Ash Richard's Drip Fake

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Translucent
Flow: Extreme
Date: 04/11/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          21.5       21.50
EPK                      24.7       24.70
Silica                    8.1        8.10
Talc theoretical          2.7        2.70
Whiting                  43.0       43.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Fake ash. Very runny rivulet glaze. Apply very thinly. Good for accenting texture,
over slip of slip trailing. From Richard Burkett.


Glaze name: Ash Tom Turners

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Tan
Visual texture: Rivulet
Flow: Extreme
Date: 01/19/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kentucky OM #4           20.0       20.00
G-200 feldspar           40.0       40.00
Wood ash                 40.0       40.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Clay Times Nov/Dec. 05 p.56. Not for food surfaces. Less runny than Fresca Ash.
Can be dipped.  Does run.
Variations --
cobalt carb 2 RIO 2 Washes can be applied like watercolors. Increases fluidity of
glaze. Often a thin layer of base or rutile-colored glaze sprayed over washes.
tan to brown wash: rutile 35% + RIO 35% + gerstley borate 30
brown wash: RIO 70% + gerstley borate 30%
black wash: Mason 6600 70% + gerstley borate 30%


Glaze name: Ash Traditional

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 10-11
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Yellow
Visual texture: Rivulet
Flow: Extreme
Testing: Untested
Date: 03/11/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Wood ash                 50.0       50.00
Redart                   50.0       50.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Conner Burns in Clay Times Mar/Apr 07. Test. Add more ash to make more
rivulets or more Redart to stiffen up. Brown thin to green thicker w/o colorants.
Variations --
Blue = +1% Cobalt carb
Green = + 3-5% copper carb
brown/gold: +3% nickel ox
Blue/green +1% cobalt carb and 0.5% chrome ox


Glaze name: Ash V.C. Mixed

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Yellow to brown
Visual texture: Rivulet
Flow: Extreme
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              30.0       30.00
Ash wood                 45.0       45.00
Yellow ochre             25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Always works. Glaze Type: Ca AshGlaze SlipGlaze. Opacity:
Semi-opaque. Firing type: Reduction From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: Ash, fake Donna's

Glaze type: Fake ash
Cone: 9
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Amber
Visual texture: Striated
Crystals: Small
Flow: Extreme
Date: 03/29/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Albany slip              60.0       60.00
Whiting                  30.0       30.00
Barium carbonate         10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    5.0        5.00

Comments:

From Nan Smith
Variations --
also try +10% rutile


Glaze name: Avery Salt Slip - Wild

Cone: 10
Surface texture: slip
Color: orange
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Avery kaolin             25.0       25.00
Grolleg                  50.0       50.00
Calcined kaolin          25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Does anyone know of a good substitute for Avery since it is not
longer available or is it? I get a very satisfying orange with this
at cone 10 in a salt fring. Now I've run out and need some
suggestions. kurt wild 


Glaze name: Avery/Fake Avery Slip

Cone: 9 - 11
Surface texture: slip or engobe
Color: tan to brown
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  57.0       57.00
Kentucky OM #4           35.0       35.00
Nepheline syenite         8.0        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

I've tried a bunch, and not had much luck until recently. I've been
using one for a few firings now that I like pretty well; it responds
in an interesting way to different atmospheres and clay bodies. A
little more inFiring: Some salting is involved in all of the wood
firings I have used this slip in- generally about 1 1/2 - 3 pounds
per chamber. These are not super long firings -in the 14-18 hour
range, so a lot of the surface effect comes from the salt rather than
from a lot of ash. I have also used it in salt/soda and it looked
great-more orange than brown. I haven't used it with a real heavy
load of salt but if you try it I'd like yo know how it looks. Mix
just a little on the thin side and its works on bisque just as well
as on geenware I've been working up some variations using Helmer
kaolin, but haven't hit one I like yet. If you get a response about
the Avery will you pass it along? Thanks- if you try this out let me
know what you think. submitted by: John Anthony e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Base 8A

Glaze type: Lithium Matt
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Color: Clear
Flow: Moderate
Flaws: Crazes
Date: 03/12/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                36.4       36.40
Lithium carbonate         8.0        8.00
Barium carbonate          6.8        6.80
EPK                      20.4       20.40
Flint                    28.4       28.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Ayumi Horie. High alkaline glaze. Runs and crazes. Not good for food surfaces.
Variations --
water blue +2% cu
chartreuse +0.5% chrome


Glaze name: Base Ayumi's Tuesday

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 03/12/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        37.7       40.00
Whiting                   9.4       10.00
Dolomite                 14.2       15.00
EPK                      14.2       15.00
Flint                     9.4       10.00
Magnesium carbonate       9.4       10.00
Bone ash                  5.7        6.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      106.00

Comments:

From Ayumi Horie.


Glaze name: Base Ayumi's Tuesday recalc

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Color: White
Date: 11/19/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        28.5       28.50
Talc                     26.5       26.50
Kaolin - theoretical     15.6       15.60
Silica                    6.8        6.80
Bone ash                 22.6       22.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Ayumi Horie


Glaze name: Base F Ayumi's

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Date: 03/12/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        36.4       36.40
Dolomite                 11.0       11.00
Whiting                   5.5        5.50
Strontium carbonate      20.0       20.00
Soda ash                  3.6        3.60
EPK                      18.0       18.00
Flint                     5.5        5.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Bright, mottled, sugary glaze. From Ayumi Horie.
Variations --
light blue and rust + 1% Cu
soft, creamy white + 1% RIO


Glaze name: Base GG Bohls

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 9
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: White
Date: 07/28/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                    33.7       33.50
Custer feldspar          23.1       23.00
Dolomite                 14.6       14.50
Kaolin                   12.6       12.50
Whiting                  11.1       11.00
Barium carbonate          1.0        1.00
Gerstley borate           4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.50

Also add:

Tin oxide                 0.5        0.50

Comments:

Shiny translucent to opaque. Nice variations.
Yellow-green is a nice complement w/Green sparkle VC matte revised glaze.
From Margaret Bohls.
Variations --
green: copper 3 + vanadium Mason stain 7%
yellow-green: copper 1.5 + vanadium Mason stain 9%


Glaze name: Base Glaze Andy Shaw

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 10/06/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           36.7       36.70
Whiting                  27.5       27.50
EPK                      18.3       18.30
Flint                    12.8       12.80
Magnesium carbonate       4.6        4.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Comments:

Andy Shaw base. He increased silica to reduce crazing.


Glaze name: Base K Ayumi's

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Date: 03/12/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Strontium carbonate      45.0       45.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
Talc theoretical         20.0       20.00
Zinc oxide                5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Fake ash glaze. Nice w/stains.From Ayumi Horie.
Variations --
4% red or 1% yellow iron
gray/green 8% Cu Carb
light blue .25% cobalt carb + 5% titanium
cream/gray .25 CrO + 4% rutile


Glaze name: Base Peltzman

Cone: 8
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 12/12/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Minspar                  48.0       48.00
Whiting                  18.0       18.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Silica                   24.0       24.00
Zinc oxide                5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Doug Peltzman, Pottery Making Illus Jul/Aug 2013.
Variations --
Wintergreen: + cp[[er carb 0.5%


Glaze name: Base Randy's

Cone: 6 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Testing: Untested
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   29.7       29.70
EPK                       5.0        4.95
Soda feldspar            19.8       19.80
Talc                     13.9       13.86
Gerstley borate          31.7       31.68
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Comments:

A very nice base comes from Randy's Red with the iron omitted. You
can add up to 10% zircopax or other whitener, I would suggest 5% for
starters. Works good with other colorants also. Cobalt carbonate will
give a purple. Very Stable! Rose Downs submitted by: dianna rose downs


Glaze name: Base Seacrest

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Date: 10/23/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Buckingham feldspar      53.7       53.70
Whiting                  12.9       12.90
Barium carbonate          2.5        2.50
Kaolin                    6.0        6.00
Flint                    22.4       22.40
Zinc oxide                2.5        2.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Kathryn Finnerty during NSCAD days. She recommended the blue variation.
Variations --
Orange: iron 7% + rutile 5%
Light Blue: Copper 0.5% + Iron 1% + Rutile 1%
Blue Orange: iron 4% + rutile 2.5%


Glaze name: Base Transparent

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Color: transparent
Testing: Untested
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona Feldspar            36.4       36.36
Whiting                  20.5       20.45
EPK                      11.4       11.36
Silica                   31.8       31.82
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Comments:

This glaze does very well with colorants and performs equally well in
oxidation or reduction. submitted by: Christine Winokur e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Base Val's AA

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Crystals: Small
Date: 03/12/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           46.0       46.00
Whiting                  34.0       34.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Ayumi Horie. A satiny classic that produces crystals. Makes any color and takes
stains well.


Glaze name: Base Val's AA _just kaoliln- test

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Crystals: Small
Date: 03/12/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar - theoretical   25.3       25.80
Whiting                  35.0       35.60
Kaolin - theoretical     25.6       26.10
Silica                   14.0       14.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      101.80

Comments:

From Ayumi Horie. A satiny classic that produces crystals. Makes any color and takes
stains well.


Glaze name: Base Val's AA Horie

Cone: 10
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Crystals: Small
Date: 11/19/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           46.0       46.00
Whiting                  34.0       34.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Ayumi Horie. A satiny matt that produces crystals. Makes any color and
takes stains well.


Glaze name: Beige-yellow Jillian's

Cone: 9-10
Firing: Oxidation
Color: Yellow
Date: 04/16/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          42.5       43.00
Whiting                  21.7       22.00
EPK                      10.9       11.00
Flint                    21.7       22.00
Zinc oxide                3.2        3.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      101.20

Also add:

Rutile                    6.4        6.50
Bentonite                 1.1        1.10

Comments:


Glaze name: Berry Rust (new)

Cone: 10
Color: brown?
Date: 8/8/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   25.1       25.13
EPK                      22.7       22.69
Nepheline syenite         8.6        8.61
Ferro frit 3134          19.9       19.93
Bone ash                  9.0        8.97
Talc                     14.7       14.67
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            8.6        8.59

Comments:

Unity (from Insight calculation) CaO 0.49* 8.55% MgO 0.36* 4.51% K2O
0.02* 0.46% Na2O 0.14* 2.79% Fe2O3 0.17 8.32% TiO2 0.00 0.06% P2O5
0.09 3.92% B2O3 0.20 4.37% Al2O3 0.32 10.12% SiO2 3.01 56.90% Cost/kg
0.79 Si:Al 9.54 SiB:Al 10.17 Expan 6.43 I just had a look at the
Berry Rust glaze tests, the original formula, and the recalculated
fritted formula. They were fired to cone 10 Ox. buy my wife, Linda
Owen, in her trusty Skutt Kiln. Thanx Linda! The two glazes are
nearly identical. I didn't expect that, but ya never know. The
original formula with gerstley borate has more calcium-borate-iron
crystals floating in the matrix but you really can't see this without
a hand lens. A customer who has purchased pots with the original
formula would be hard pressed to tell the difference. I feel like
I've just taken the Pepsi Challenge!! The tests were fired on
porcelain. Four tiles were made of each glaze, eight in all and the
separate formulas were fired side by side in the top, middle, and
bottom of the kiln. No significant differences were seen. I might
also mention that I used English Bone Ash, and not Tri-Calcium Phos.
All the tiles were inspected with a hand lens and no crazing was
evident in either formula. A separate set has been fired to cone 10 R
but won't be available until tomorrow. That's about it for now,
e-mail me or post to clayart if I've forgotten to mention anythin,
and I probably have...it's my hobby! The formulas and receipes are
posted below. Happy testing,.....Craig Martell-Oregon
[email protected]


Glaze name: Berryrust

Cone: 7 - 10
Color: cranberry rust red
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   27.3       27.27
EPK                      18.2       18.18
Nepheline syenite        18.2       18.18
Dolomite                  9.1        9.09
Gerstley borate           9.1        9.09
Talc                      9.1        9.09
Bone ash                  9.1        9.09
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Also add:

Red iron oxide            9.1        9.09

Comments:

Use Pure Red Iron Oxide . This glaze gives a fairly intense cranberry
rust in the cone 7-10 range and is quite consistent in its results.
Every once in a while, when the glaze is thicker than normal, a pale
but distinctive green (a little like a pale chrome green) begins to
float on the surface. Any suggestions as to why? In addition, in
reference to an earlier note about the changing reds over time, I
think this red becomes somewhat brighter (and more red) the older the
glaze is. I don't yet use a lot of it so it sits for quite a while
(3-5 months). submitted by: Bob Kavanagh e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Big Sky

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Color: Turquoise
Date: 02/27/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        66.7       66.70
Whiting                   4.8        4.80
Gerstley borate           1.9        1.90
Petalite                 14.3       14.30
Kentucky OM #4            7.6        7.60
Bone ash                  4.7        4.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          1.5        1.50
Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

From Sam Chung in Clay Times Mar/Apr. 2008.


Glaze name: Black #1223 Glossy

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Color: black
Testing: Untested
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate          2.5        2.50
Whiting                  16.0       16.00
Custer feldspar          49.5       49.50
OM-4 Ball Clay           10.0       10.00
Silica                   22.0       22.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chrome oxide              1.3        1.28
Cobalt oxide              4.9        4.93
Manganese dioxide         2.5        2.46
Red iron oxide            5.0        4.96

Comments:

submitted by: June M. Perry e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Black #1223 Glossy

Cone: 10
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate          2.5        2.50
Whiting                  16.0       16.00
Custer feldspar          49.5       49.50
Kentucky OM #4           10.0       10.00
Silica                   22.0       22.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chrome oxide              1.3        1.28
Cobalt oxide              4.9        4.93
Manganese dioxide         2.5        2.46
Red iron oxide            5.0        4.96

Comments:

submitted by: June M. Perry e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Black #27

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Color: black
Testing: Untested
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          43.2       43.16
Dolomite                 12.6       12.63
Whiting                   2.1        2.11
Tennessee #5 Ball Clay    7.4        7.37
Silica                   34.7       34.74
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Also add:

Iron Oxide                6.0        6.00
Rutile                    4.0        4.00

Comments:

submitted by: June M. Perry e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Black (from Dennis Olson)

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Color: black
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                  5.0        5.00
Whiting                   6.0        6.00
Soda feldspar            67.0       67.00
EPK kaolin                5.0        5.00
Flint                    17.0       17.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          3.0        3.00
Red iron oxide            4.0        4.00
Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

Thought I would send this recipe Jeremy requested out to the whole
group. It's a very nice gloss black glaze. I acquired the recipe from
Dennis Olson who used this quite extensively with masking and
sandblasting which resulted in a nice high fire black on black
surface. Good luck! Rafael rafael molina-rodriguez 


Glaze name: Black B V.C.

Glaze type: Mg Ca SlipGlaze
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox or Red
Surface texture: Satin-Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Albany slip              65.0       65.00
Nepheline syenite        15.0       15.00
Barium carbonate         10.0       10.00
Talc                     10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chrome oxide              1.0        1.00
Manganese dioxide         2.0        2.00
Cobalt oxide              1.0        1.00
Iron oxide                4.0        4.00

Comments:

A rich black satin mat with speckles. Glaze Type: Mg Ca SlipGlaze.
Opacity: Opaque . Firing type: Ox or Red From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: Black B V.C.

Glaze type: Mg Ca SlipGlaze
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox or Red
Surface texture: Satin-Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Albany slip              65.0       65.00
Nepheline syenite        15.0       15.00
Barium carbonate         10.0       10.00
Talc theoretical         10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chrome oxide              1.0        1.00
Manganese dioxide         2.0        2.00
Cobalt oxide              1.0        1.00
Iron oxide                4.0        4.00

Comments:

A rich black satin mat with speckles. Glaze Type: Mg Ca SlipGlaze.
Opacity: Opaque . Firing type: Ox or Red From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: Black Barnard

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: dry matte
Color: black
Testing: Untested
Date: 4/7/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barnard clay             88.0       88.00
Nepheline syenite        12.0       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              1.5        1.50

Comments:

(I call it Steves Black because Steve Dominguez gave it to me) The
glaze made in this manner is a rather dry black surface, but nice.
Increas e the Neph. Sy. as you wish to reduce the dryness and
increase the smooth quality of the glaze surface. This glaze works
very well in salt firing as well as red. fire and is especially nice
over a white clay body in salt. Only a thin glaze application is
necessary for coverage. I hope this glaze works well for you. David
Cuzick [email protected]


Glaze name: Black breaking blue

Cone: 8 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 8/8/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          32.7       32.70
Silica                   32.7       32.70
Whiting                  15.4       15.40
Kentucky OM #4            9.6        9.60
EPK                       9.6        9.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            8.0        8.00
Cobalt carbonate          3.8        3.80

Comments:

The only black I see in Coleman's recipe book that mentions breaking
blue ^8-10 reduction Shiny jet black with a slight metallic surface.
If it is used thinly over a light colored stoneware or porcelain it
will tend to break blue over edges. It will shift slightly at cone
10. joyce lee, jim lee 


Glaze name: Black Brouillard Charcoal

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 02/18/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           38.2       34.00
Ball clay                12.4       11.00
Custer spar              27.0       24.00
Dolomite                  9.0        8.00
Flint                     9.0        8.00
Whiting                   4.5        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       89.00

Also add:

Zircopax                  2.2        2.00
Black Mason Stain         4.5        4.00
Red iron oxide            4.5        4.00

Comments:

From Ruthann Tudball's "Soda Glazing"


Glaze name: Black Charcoal

Cone: 9-11
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Flow: None
Testing: Tested
Date: 01/19/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kentucky OM #4           12.4       12.40
Custer feldspar          65.1       65.20
Dolomite                  9.0        9.00
Silica                    9.0        9.00
Whiting                   4.5        4.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Zircopax                  2.2        2.20
Bentonite                 2.2        2.20
Red iron oxide            4.5        4.50

Comments:

+Mason 6600 4.5%. Used for once-fire, dry glaze at Curaumilla.


Glaze name: Black Charlie D Manganese

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: satin
Transparency: Opaque
Color: black
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              20.0       20.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        20.0       20.00
Whiting                   2.0        2.00
Dolomite                 15.0       15.00
Talc                     13.0       13.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Manganese dioxide         4.0        4.00

Comments:

then add 2% Bentonite and 4% Manganese (In particular, lately I've
wanted to use a reliable cone 10 black satin/waxy glaze, in case you
know of one.) Eric, you might like to try Charlie D Manganese. I've
seen it used successfully at the 92nd Street Y in the gas kiln, cone
10, reduction for more years than it would be discreet to say: Hope
you enjoy it, Jaine in Cresskill


Glaze name: Black H38-40 Sondahl Gloss

Cone: 8 - 10
Firing: oxidation
Surface texture: glossy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: black
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                  8.5        8.50
Custer feldspar          23.3       23.30
Nepheline syenite         8.8        8.80
Kaolin                   13.7       13.70
Flint                    16.2       16.20
Kona F-4 spar            16.7       16.70
Wollastonite              6.7        6.70
Bone ash                  1.5        1.50
Whiting                   4.7        4.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Red iron oxide            1.5        1.50
Cobalt carbonate          2.3        2.30
Copper carbonate          2.3        2.30

Comments:

So here's a black glaze I've just developed, and I hereby throw to
the sharks It's probably unnecessarily complicated because it's a
hybrid of two other glazes. I think I'd rather have more RIO than
Cobalt, due to cost, but it's hard to knock success, and it breaks to
a nice blue when white is over it. -- Also, it wouldn't surprise me a
bit if the bone ash is superfluous The recent posts on foodsafe black
have prompted me to state my own opinion on black glazes. I think
black glazes need not be avoided totally for foodware, but common
sense argues that some blacks are better than others. If the base
glaze doesn't leach harmful chemicals, then one must concentrate on
combinations of oxides to produce the color with the least toxicity.
Though I've never seen an authoritative ordered list of nasty
chemicals, Red Iron Oxide, Cobalt Carb, and Copper Carb seem safer to
me than Manganese Dioxide, Nickel, Cadmium, and Chrome. From an old
Laurel's Kitchen cookbook, I read that Iron, Copper, Zinc, Manganese,
Cobalt, Chromium, Nickel, Tin, and even Vanadium are all trace
minerals essential for animals. I assert that most glazes release
traces at best of these minerals. However, we are caught in a world
which can measure in Parts per Billion, and all kinds of things look
significant at that level. I sometimes wonder how long the ozone
holes at the poles existed before we had the means to ascertain their
existence. Brad Sondahl http://www.camasnet.com/~asondahl
Contributing to the potluck of the WWW


Glaze name: Black Hendley's Rhodes

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: satin matte
Color: Black
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Minspar Soda Feldspar    57.0       57.00
EPK                       9.0        9.00
Redart                   25.0       25.00
Dolomite                  6.5        6.50
Whiting                   2.5        2.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            5.0        5.00
Manganese dioxide         3.7        3.70
Cobalt oxide              1.3        1.30

Comments:

This glaze is well balanced and has plenty of silica, but with all
those metals, I don't use it on food surfaces. My 'Rhodes Black' is
quite different than yours.  David Hendley Maydelle, Texas
See David Hendley's Pottery Page at http://ww.sosis.com/hendley/david


Glaze name: Black Kelly Cowan's

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: black
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                 20.0       20.00
Soda feldspar            42.0       42.00
EPK                      18.0       18.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00
Red iron oxide            3.5        3.50
Chrome oxide              3.5        3.50
Manganese dioxide         3.5        3.50

Comments:

Stable semimatt black. You can reduce the cobalt and increase the
other metals to save some $$. I use Dave's porcelain from Laguna.
Dean McRaine  on the north shore of Kauai

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Glaze name: Black Loretta

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        16.7       16.70
Albany Slip Clay         83.3       83.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt Oxide, Black       5.6        5.60

Comments:

^10 glaze,
 can be used in either reduction or oxidation. It looks metallic and satiny only
in reduction, though. It is extremely stable and very dependable... Its a great
glaze. It even matures as early as ^6. Of course its an Albany glaze. submitted
by: Becky Shope e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Black Matte

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 9
Firing: Salt - Soda
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Black
Date: 10/02/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           42.0       42.00
Dolomite                 15.0       15.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
EPK                      23.0       23.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

ochre                     6.0        6.00
Cobalt carbonate          2.0        2.00
Chromium oxide            1.0        1.00

Comments:

From Sam Chung.


Glaze name: Black McKensie Decorative

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Testing: Untested
Date: 10/06/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Talc                      5.0        5.00
Soda feldspar            42.0       42.00
Calcined kaolin          13.0       13.00
Ball clay                 8.0        8.00
Whiting                  15.0       15.00
Silica                   17.0       17.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.2        1.20
Chrome oxide              2.2        2.20
Iron oxide               10.0       10.00
Manganese dioxide         3.0        3.00

Comments:

Note - make sure you add the black stain, which cannot be listed in the regular
 ingredients, or the program won't calculate
Variations --
Black Stain	      5


Glaze name: Black Mirror

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 8/8/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barnard clay              9.5        9.45
Custer feldspar          49.6       49.60
Whiting                  15.4       15.35
Barium carbonate          2.4        2.36
Flint                    23.2       23.24
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Manganese dioxide         2.4        2.36
Cobalt oxide              3.5        3.54
Chrome oxide              1.2        1.18
Red iron oxide            4.7        4.72

Comments:

Here is a Mirror Black recipe but with barium, manganese and chrome I
don't think you'd call it non-toxic...Strontium might sub for Barium
okay (.75/1) but not sure what about the chrome and manganese...
Mishy Michelle Lowe, potter in the Phoenix desert \|/ |
[email protected] -O- | | [email protected] /|\ | | | |_|_|
http://www.amug.org/~mishlowe ____ | -\ /-----|----- ( ) <__>
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Glaze name: Black Noir Lindo Gloss

Glaze type: Stoneware
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 02/23/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 spar               43.1       45.30
Whiting                  18.3       19.30
Flint                    11.0       11.60
EPK                      22.8       24.00
Zinc oxide                4.8        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      105.20

Also add:

Rutile                    2.9        3.00
Tin oxide                 1.9        2.00
Cobalt oxide              1.0        1.00
Red iron oxide            7.6        8.00
Manganese dioxide         2.9        3.00

Comments:

 Pitch-black "tête de nègre" glossy glaze. The description is from
the author but he does not mean to offend anyone

*How long have you been using this glaze?  20 years

*Where did this recipe come from?
 Michel Lemire M.F.A., Trois-Rivières, Québec. Michel had a lot to do
with the founding of the Canadian "National Biennial of Ceramics".

*What do you like most about this glaze?  Great glossy black glaze

*Is this glaze reliable?  Yes

*Does this glaze tend to craze/crawl/pinhole/etc.?  No

*What consistency should the glaze be for pouring/dipping?  Medium

*How thickly should the glaze be applied to the pot?  Medium

*What is your kiln type and size?
 Downdraft, propane, atmospheric and 60 cubic feet

*How do you typically fire?
Oxidation until clay reduction at cone/08.then light reduction
increasing with time until the final total reduction of 20 minutes
followed by a period of reoxidation of the same length

*GlazeBase recipe*
 Submitted by: Edouard Bastarache ([email protected]


Glaze name: Black perfect

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Color: Black
Testing: Untested
Date: 10/06/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          42.0       42.00
Whiting                  13.0       13.00
Zinc oxide               12.0       12.00
Soda ash                  3.0        3.00
Kaolin                    8.0        8.00
Silica                   22.0       22.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Iron oxide                4.0        4.00
Cobalt carbonate          2.0        2.00
Chrome oxide              4.0        4.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Black Peter's Metallic

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 5 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Testing: Untested
Date: 3/26/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          78.8       78.84
Colemanite               10.7       10.69
Whiting                   5.5        5.51
EPK                       5.0        4.96
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          4.2        4.19
Manganese dioxide         4.2        4.19
Cobalt carbonate          2.1        2.09

Comments:

A really great glossy black. from Michelle Lowe, potter in the
Phoenix desert [email protected] [email protected]


Glaze name: Black Pizzaz Lorna Meaden

Cone: 10
Firing: Salt - Soda
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 02/22/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   55.0       55.00
Nepheline syenite        20.0       20.00
Talc theoretical         15.0       15.00
Strontium carbonate      10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chromium oxide            1.0        1.00
Cobalt carbonate          2.0        2.00
Manganese dioxide         2.0        2.00

Comments:

reduction soda. From Lorna Meaden.


Glaze name: BLACK SATIN

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: satin matte
Transparency: Opaque
Color: black
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        20.0       20.00
Custer feldspar          20.0       20.00
Dolomite                 15.0       15.00
Talc theoretical         13.0       13.00
Whiting                   2.0        2.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Iron oxide                3.0        3.00
Cobalt oxide              2.0        2.00
Manganese dioxide         1.0        1.00
Chrome oxide              3.0        3.00

Comments:

a very nice, stable, satiny
cone 9-10 reduction black satin glaze. gail dapogny in ann arbor  james dapogny 


Glaze name: BLACK SATIN MATT V.C.

Glaze type: Mg
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: matte
Transparency: Opaque
Color: black
Testing: Tested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4  Spar           20.0       20.00
Custer feldspar          20.0       20.00
Dolomite                 15.0       15.00
Talc theoretical         13.0       13.00
Whiting                   2.0        2.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chrome oxide              1.0        1.00
Red iron oxide            3.0        3.00
Manganese dioxide         2.0        2.00
Cobalt oxide              3.0        3.00

Comments:

Use granular Mn 80 mesh if you want silvery looking specks.
Formulated as an Albany-free replacement for Black Satin Doll. Tested
EAC Summer '91 VC ed


Glaze name: BLACK SATIN MATT V.C.

Glaze type: Mg
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: black
Testing: Tested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4  Spar           20.0       20.00
Custer feldspar          20.0       20.00
Dolomite                 15.0       15.00
Talc                     13.0       13.00
Whiting                   2.0        2.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chrome oxide              1.0        1.00
Red iron oxide            3.0        3.00
Manganese dioxide         2.0        2.00
Cobalt oxide              3.0        3.00

Comments:

Use granular Mn 80 mesh if you want silvery looking specks.
Formulated as an Albany-free replacement for Black Satin Doll. Tested
EAC Summer '91 VC ed


Glaze name: BLACK SATIN MATT V.C.

Glaze type: Mg
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: matte
Transparency: Opaque
Color: black
Testing: Tested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4  Spar           20.0       20.00
Custer feldspar          20.0       20.00
Dolomite                 15.0       15.00
Talc theoretical         13.0       13.00
Whiting                   2.0        2.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chrome oxide              1.0        1.00
Red iron oxide            3.0        3.00
Manganese dioxide         2.0        2.00
Cobalt oxide              3.0        3.00

Comments:

Use granular Mn 80 mesh if you want silvery looking specks.
Formulated as an Albany-free replacement for Black Satin Doll. Tested
EAC Summer '91 VC ed


Glaze name: Black Seacrest

Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 05/27/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          52.9       53.00
Whiting                  12.6       12.60
Strontium carbonate       1.8        1.80
Zinc oxide                2.4        2.40
EPK                       8.7        8.70
Flint                    21.6       21.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Red iron oxide            5.0        5.00
Bentonite                 3.0        3.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Black Shige's

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 06/29/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        67.0       67.00
Whiting                   6.0        6.00
Dolomite                  5.0        5.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Silica                   17.0       17.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            5.0        5.00
Cobalt carbonate          3.0        3.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Reliable black with a silvery sheen. UF shop glaze.


Glaze name: Black Sloan's

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: satin matt
Color: charcoal black
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          43.1       43.10
Whiting                  18.4       18.40
Silica                   11.0       11.00
Kaolin                   22.8       22.80
Zinc oxide                4.7        4.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 1.9        1.90
Rutile                    2.9        2.90
Cobalt oxide              1.0        1.00
Red iron oxide            7.6        7.60

Comments:

Here is a cone 9-10 black glaze recipe that has no name but looks
like what you describe; irridescent, satin charcoal black in
reduction; like a black pearl. I acquired this glaze 25 years ago &
if I had a gas kiln this would still be my favorite glaze. submitted
by: Anne Fallis-Elliott, NYC e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Black Sloan's revisited

Cone: 10 - 11
Surface texture: satin to gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: black
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              45.9       45.85
Flint                    24.5       24.45
Whiting                  14.2       14.19
Ball clay                 8.7        8.73
Borax                     4.6        4.59
Zinc oxide                2.2        2.18
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              5.0        5.02
Red iron oxide            3.3        3.28
Chrome oxide              1.1        1.09

Comments:

----------------------------Original
message---------------------------- You probably got the recipe
already considering how long it takes me to research it, but here is
the one that we use at the school. Note that this recipe is set for
larger batches and all quantities are in grams. Good Luck Sorry I
forgot the particulars. And since I have neglected ( because I was
movingwhile working full time) to keep up with the group, I am now
looking at 802 messages, many of which I will not read and will have
to pick up the new threads as they come along. It is also why this
response is not more timely. Sloan's Black is a cone 10 glaze; as I
am sure that Vince or someone in this group has subsequently pointed
out. At (10) the glaze is a thick rich black with a silvery surface
finish. At (11) it is a very nice glossy black of the same thick
substance. Dave Durnford Box 2145 Missoula, Montana 59806 University
of Montana Art Department [email protected]


Glaze name: Black Sloan's revisited

Cone: 10 - 11
Surface texture: satin to gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: black
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              45.9       45.85
Flint                    24.5       24.45
Whiting                  14.2       14.19
Ball clay                 8.7        8.73
Borax                     4.6        4.59
Zinc oxide                2.2        2.18
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              5.0        5.02
Red iron oxide            3.3        3.28
Chrome oxide              1.1        1.09

Comments:

----------------------------Original
message---------------------------- You probably got the recipe
already considering how long it takes me to research it, but here is
the one that we use at the school. Note that this recipe is set for
larger batches and all quantities are in grams. Good Luck Sorry I
forgot the particulars. And since I have neglected ( because I was
movingwhile working full time) to keep up with the group, I am now
looking at 802 messages, many of which I will not read and will have
to pick up the new threads as they come along. It is also why this
response is not more timely. Sloan's Black is a cone 10 glaze; as I
am sure that Vince or someone in this group has subsequently pointed
out. At (10) the glaze is a thick rich black with a silvery surface
finish. At (11) it is a very nice glossy black of the same thick
substance. Dave Durnford Box 2145 Missoula, Montana 59806 University
of Montana Art Department [email protected]


Glaze name: Black St John's

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Color: Black
Testing: Untested
Date: 10/06/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Albany slip              75.0       75.00
Nepheline syenite        25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          5.0        5.00

Comments:

Karen Newgard uses Alberta slip in place of Albany in this.


Glaze name: Black St John's Brian's

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: black
Flow: Slight
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        25.1       25.10
Dolomite                  8.5        8.50
Soda ash                  0.0        0.05
Whiting                   3.6        3.60
Custer feldspar           3.2        3.20
Redart clay              43.8       43.80
EPK                       2.4        2.40
Silica                   13.4       13.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.05

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          5.0        5.00
Rutile                    0.2        0.20

Comments:

The original
recipe that I have is: Albany Slip 75 Neph Sy 25 Cobalt Carb 5 Since
I haven't had a source for Albany, I incorporated the glaze with an
Albany substitute formula out of CM: If this is not fired properly,
it boils in an enclosed container, but in my copper firings it always
seems to turn out. It turns a dark, cobalt blue over white base
glazes. It never breaks brown. good luck submitted by: Brian Voth
e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Black St John's by Brian Voth

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Color: black
Testing: Untested
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        25.1       25.05
Dolomite                  8.5        8.53
Soda ash                  0.1        0.05
Whiting                   3.6        3.59
Custer feldspar           3.2        3.18
Redart clay              43.8       43.82
EPK                       2.4        2.41
Silica                   13.4       13.36
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          5.0        5.01
Rutile                    0.2        0.21

Comments:

I use St. John's Black. It sounds like something that would work for
you. It is very stable as far as flowing is concerned. The original
recipe that I have is: Albany Slip 75 Neph Sy 25 Cobalt Carb 5 Since
I haven't had a source for Albany, I incorporated the glaze with an
Albany substitute formula out of CM: If this is not fired properly,
it boils in an enclosed container, but in my copper firings it always
seems to turn out. It turns a dark, cobalt blue over white base
glazes. It never breaks brown. good luck submitted by: Brian Voth
e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Black St. John's Alberta Slip

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 9
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 07/29/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Alberta slip             80.0       80.00
Nepheline syenite        20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              5.0        5.00

Comments:

From Margaret Bohls. Fired cone 9 electric.
Very shiny black in oxidation, slightly metallic in reduction. I use this as a liner
for most things, but not with the Rexrode glazes as it sometimes shows up through
them if the pot is too thin, or if I've dripped it on the outside of the pot and
wiped it off before glazing the outside. For pots with light colored glazes on the
outside, I use a shiny white liner.


Glaze name: Black Super

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Color: Black
Date: 10/06/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          32.7       34.00
Whiting                  15.4       16.00
Silica                   32.7       34.00
EPK                      19.2       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      104.00

Also add:

Iron oxide                5.8        6.00
Copper carbonate          4.8        5.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Black Tenmoku

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Color: brown to black
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          57.1       57.14
Whiting                  15.4       15.38
Kaolin                    6.6        6.59
Silica                   20.9       20.88
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Also add:

Red iron oxide            9.9        9.89

Comments:

This glaze fires to a deep black breaking to red on rims at cone 10.
The following ar two Tenmoku's that I have used with continued
success. David Stuchbery School of Art & Design Ph (054) 447-279 La
Trobe University, Bendigo [email protected]


Glaze name: Black V.C. Satin

Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 11/29/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          20.0       20.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        20.0       20.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
Dolomite                 15.0       15.00
Talc                     13.0       13.00
Kentucky OM #4           10.0       10.00
Whiting                   2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            3.0        3.00
Cobalt oxide              3.0        3.00
Manganese dioxide         2.0        2.00
Green chrome oxide        1.0        1.00

Comments:

From Peter Beasecker


Glaze name: Black V.C. Satin Doll

Glaze type: Mg Ca SlipGlaze
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: black
Testing: Untested
Source: Val Cushing VC ed. via GlazeBase
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Albany slip              65.0       65.00
Nepheline syenite        15.0       15.00
Barium carbonate         10.0       10.00
Talc theoretical         10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chrome oxide              1.0        1.00
Red iron oxide            2.0        2.00
Manganese dioxide         2.0        2.00
Cobalt carbonate          2.0        2.00

Comments:

Similar to V.C. Black A & B. Needs Cone 9.5 to 10 for best satin
smooth results.To replace Albany, see VCSDB Rev.


Glaze name: Black V.C. Satin Doll Revised

Glaze type: Mg Ca SlipGlaze
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: black
Source: Val Cushing VC ed. via GlazeBase
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   40.0       40.00
Nepheline syenite        15.0       15.00
Barium carbonate         10.0       10.00
Talc theoretical         15.0       15.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chrome oxide              1.0        1.00
Red iron oxide            2.0        2.00
Manganese dioxide         2.0        2.00
Cobalt carbonate          2.0        2.00

Comments:

Revised to replace Albany Slip. Needs Cone 9.5 to 10 for best satin
smooth results.


Glaze name: Blacksmith

Glaze type: Dolomite
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Testing: untested
Date: 11/25/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          51.4       51.40
Dolomite                 17.1       17.10
Whiting                   2.9        2.90
EPK                      28.6       28.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Manganese dioxide         2.0        2.00
Cobalt carbonate          3.0        3.00
Chrome oxide              1.0        1.00
Red iron oxide            4.0        4.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Erin Hayes via ClayArt. Formulated by Tony Holmes. The glaze is a
lovely pitch-black satin. One of those textures you want to pick up and
fondle. Apply a little on the heavy side.


Glaze name: Blanc cendré

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Cream white
Visual texture: Lightly speckled
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 02/19/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              30.0       30.00
Hardwood ash             30.0       30.00
Flint                    30.0       30.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Ultrox                   15.0       15.00

Comments:

 Beautiful cream white. It is not pure white due to the impurities
contained in the wood ash even if the amount of Ultrox is very high.
The harwood ash was washed 5 times and 60 mesh-sieved. The glaze base
is the same as Bass Bleu. .

*How long have you been using this glaze?
 One year

*Where is it used?
 Studio

*Where did this recipe come from?
 My own experimentation

*What do you like most about this glaze?
 The color that is original.

*Is this glaze reliable?
 Yes

*Does this glaze tend to craze/crawl/pinhole/etc.?
 No surface flaws

*How does the glaze behave on different clay bodies?
 Well

*What consistency should the glaze be for pouring/dipping?
 Medium

*How thickly should the glaze be applied to the pot?
 Medium

*How does this glaze interact with other glazes?
 Not tested

*What is your kiln type and size?
 Downdraft. propane, atmospheric and 60 cubic feet

*How do you typically fire?
 Oxidation until clay reduction at c/08,then light reduction
increasing with time until the final total reduction followed by a
period of reoxidation

*Do you experience problems with the raw glaze?
 No

*What is your water pH?
 7.2

*GlazeBase recipe*
 Submitted by: Edouard Bastarache ([email protected])
 Ice Cream Flavor: Plain vanilla

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Glaze name: Blanc de Michel

Glaze type: Stoneware
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Satin white
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 02/13/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              36.0       36.00
Spodumene                14.0       14.00
Whiting                  25.0       25.00
Colemanite                5.0        5.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                  5.0        5.00

Comments:

 Reliable satin white

*How long have you been using this glaze?
 20 years

*Where is it used?
 Studio

*Where did this recipe come from?
 Michel Lemire M.F.A.,Trois-Rivières, Quebec.

*What do you like most about this glaze?
 Its reliability, color and satin surface

*Is this glaze reliable?
 Yes

*Does this glaze tend to craze/crawl/pinhole/etc.?
 It has no surface defects

*How do different firing temperatures/atmospheres affect the glaze?
 Not tested

*How does the glaze behave on different clay bodies?
 Well

*What consistency should the glaze be for pouring/dipping?
 Medium

*How thickly should the glaze be applied to the pot?
 Medium

*How does this glaze interact with other glazes?
 Well

*What is your kiln type and size?
 Downdraft, propane atmospheric and 60 cubic feet

*How do you typically fire?
 Oxidation until clay reduction at cone 08, then light reduction
increasing with time until the final total reduction followed by a
period of reoxidation

*Do you experience problems with the raw glaze?
 No

*What is your water pH?
 7.2

*GlazeBase recipe*
 Submitted by: Edouard Bastarache ([email protected])
 Ice Cream Flavor: Always vanilla

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Glaze name: Blanc Julien Glacé

Glaze type: Stoneware
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 02/09/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              62.5       62.50
Ball clay                 5.7        5.68
Spodumene                 9.1        9.09
Whiting                  17.0       17.04
Zinc oxide                5.7        5.68
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Also add:

Zircopax                 12.0       12.00

Comments:

 Beautiful white gloss

*How long have you been using this glaze?
 28 years

*Where is it used?
 Studio

*Where did this recipe come from?
 Julien Cloutier, my first teacher of ceramics, Quebec City

*What do you like most about this glaze?
 Reliable white gloss that accepts glaze trailing with contrasting
colored glazes very well.

*Is this glaze reliable?
 Yes

*Does this glaze tend to craze/crawl/pinhole/etc.?
 It has no surface defects

*How do different firing temperatures/atmospheres affect the glaze?
 Not tested

*How does the glaze behave on different clay bodies?
 Well

*What consistency should the glaze be for pouring/dipping?
 Medium

*How thickly should the glaze be applied to the pot?
 Medium

*What is your kiln type and size?
 Downdraft, propane, 60 cubic feet

*How do you typically fire?
 Oxidation until clay reduction at cone/08, then light reduction
increasing with time until the total final reduction, followed by a
period of reoxidation

*Do you experience problems with the raw glaze?
 No

*What is your water pH?
 7.2

*GlazeBase recipe*
 Submitted by: Edouard Bastarache ([email protected])
 Ice Cream Flavor: Still vanilla

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Glaze name: Blatant Blue

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Color: deep blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                    32.7       32.65
Whiting                  19.4       19.39
G-200 feldspar           27.6       27.55
Kentucky OM #4           20.4       20.41
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          2.0        2.04

Comments:

from Ellen Baker Rich glossy deep blue. no crazing (although it's
hard to tell with such a deep blue) Well I finally got around to
typing this thing up...^9-10 Blues Thank you one and all for all the
donated recipes. I only tested 31 out of almost 100 I received. I'll
continue testing and reporting as the winter DRAGS on. All the glazes
were tested on #900 Miller clay which is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One
side of the test tile was brushed with a thick coating of Cynthia
Bringle's wet/dry white slip. Each glaze was dipped in three
thicknesses on a heavily textured tile. All tiles were fired to a
(hard)^9 (10 tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08
and 1 hr. glaze reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown.
Any time potash or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball
clay is OM-4 . Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium
with Strontium. All kaolin is EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel
well. Your results will probably be TOTALLY different. Please test
before use. Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME
04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected]
web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Bleached Albany

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Date: 10/02/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Alberta slip             64.0       64.00
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
EPK                      16.0       16.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Froom Sam Chung.


Glaze name: Bleu Bass

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Deep blue
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 01/30/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              30.0       30.00
Hardwood ash             30.0       30.00
Flint                    30.0       30.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Ultrox                   15.0       15.00
Cobalt oxide              5.0        5.00

Comments:

 Ash washed 5 times and 60-mesh sieved
 Beautiful deep blue ash glaze

*How long have you been using this glaze?
 1 year

*Where is it used?
 Studio

*Where did this recipe come from?
 From my own experimentation

*What do you like most about this glaze?
 Its deep blue shiny color

*Is this glaze reliable?
 Yes

*Does this glaze tend to craze/crawl/pinhole/etc.?
 If applied too thick it may pinhole a little bit

*How do different firing temperatures/atmospheres affect the glaze?
 It is always fired at cone 8-10 in reduction

*How does the glaze behave on different clay bodies?
 Well

*What consistency should the glaze be for pouring/dipping?
 Medium consistency

*How thickly should the glaze be applied to the pot?
 Medium coat

*How does this glaze interact with other glazes?
 Not tested

*What is your kiln type and size?
 Downdraft propane and 60 cubic feet

*How do you typically fire?
 Clay reduction at cone/08, then slight reduction increasing with
time until the final total reduction, followed by a period of
reoxidation

*Do you experience problems with the raw glaze?
 No

*What is your water pH?
 7.2

*Any other comments?
 Glaze named by my colleagues as "Bass Bleu" - Bass having been my
nickname since my teen years, Bass is also the name that I use to
sign my pots.

*GlazeBase recipe*
 Submitted by: Edouard Bastarache ([email protected])
 Ice Cream Flavor: Vanilla

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Glaze name: Bleu texturé

Glaze type: Stoneware
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Blue textured
Visual texture: Speckled
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 03/02/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              40.8       38.50
Whiting                  17.0       16.00
Strontium carbonate       5.3        5.00
EPK                      20.9       19.70
Flint                    16.0       15.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       94.30

Also add:

Rutile                    4.8        4.50
Cobalt carbonate          2.5        2.40

Comments:

 It is a variation of James Chappell's SG-187 (copyright 1977). Titanium dioxide
is replaced by Rutile for darker more richly textured glaze.

*What consistency should the glaze be for pouring/dipping?
 Medium. Even applied very thick it does not run.

*How thickly should the glaze be applied to the pot?
 Medium to thick.


Glaze name: Blue Carlton Mottled revised

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: rutile blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           43.7       43.72
EPK                       1.9        1.87
Flint                    28.2       28.25
Whiting                   2.7        2.70
Gerstley borate           9.1        9.14
Dolomite                  9.1        9.14
Zinc oxide                1.8        1.77
Strontium carbonate       3.4        3.43
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.02

Also add:

Tin oxide                 2.7        2.70
Rutile                    4.1        4.15
Copper carbonate          0.5        0.52
Bentonite                 3.1        3.12

Comments:

Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME
04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected]
web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Blue #1 Israeli

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Soda feldspar            50.0       50.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
Magnesium carbonate      10.0       10.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          2.0        2.00
Manganese dioxide         1.0        1.00

Comments:

Satin deep blue going to tan where thick. Buttery
Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME 04579 phone:
207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected] web:
http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Blue Acero

Cone: 9-11
Firing: Wood
Surface texture: Satin matte
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Blue-green
Date: 01/27/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          50.9       50.90
Talc theoretical          3.8        3.80
EPK                      24.0       24.00
Whiting                  21.3       21.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          0.2        0.20
Red iron oxide            1.7        1.70
Bentonite                 1.9        1.90

Comments:

From Doug Casebeer, used at Curaumilla. In soda, more fluxed w/soda. Muted
blue-green.


Glaze name: Blue Aldrich

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 9
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: semi-matte
Transparency: Opaque
Color: blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          38.0       38.00
Dolomite                 17.0       17.00
Whiting                   6.0        6.00
EPK                      22.0       22.00
Silica                   17.0       17.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00
Rutile (powdered)         2.0        2.00
Rutile (granular)         1.0        1.00

Comments:

I have used the same blue semimat glaze (surface rutile crystals),
cone 9 electric, for 20 years. I use it on EVERYTHING.
This glaze will go shiney if over
fired. Cindy
Aldrich Durham, NC [email protected]>NET


Glaze name: Blue Anderson

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: matte
Color: black to green, blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Soda feldspar            57.1       57.10
EPK                      14.3       14.30
Kentucky OM #4            7.2        7.20
Whiting                  21.4       21.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          7.2        7.20

Comments:

Matt glaze almost black where thin, army green where thick. Nice
colonial (bluish slate) over white slip. All the glazes
were tested on #900 Miller clay which is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One
side of the test tile was brushed with a thick coating of Cynthia
Bringle's wet/dry white slip. Each glaze was dipped in three
thicknesses on a heavily textured tile. All tiles were fired to a
(hard)^9 (10 tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08
and 1 hr. glaze reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown.
Any time potash or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball
clay is OM-4 . Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium
with Strontium. All kaolin is EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel
well. Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME
04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected]
web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Blue c10

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Date: 02/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           20.4       20.40
Kona F-4                 26.5       26.50
Whiting                   9.2        9.20
Dolomite                 10.2       10.20
Talc                      6.1        6.10
EPK                       4.1        4.10
Calcined kaolin          15.3       15.30
Flint                     8.2        8.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Cobalt carbonate          0.5        0.50

Comments:


Glaze name: Blue Carlton Mottled

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: lavender to blue
Visual texture: Mottled
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           43.7       43.70
EPK                       1.9        1.90
Flint                    28.3       28.30
Whiting                   2.7        2.70
Gerstley borate           9.1        9.10
Dolomite                  9.1        9.10
Zinc oxide                1.8        1.80
Strontium carbonate       3.4        3.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 2.7        2.70
Rutile                    4.2        4.20
Copper carbonate          0.5        0.50
Bentonite                 3.1        3.10

Comments:

Heavy texture glossy glaze. Lavender to blue over white
slip. Nice rutile blue where thick breaking to brown.
All the glazes were tested on #900 Miller clay which is a toasty ^10
stoneware. One side of the test tile was brushed with a thick coating
of Cynthia Bringle's wet/dry white slip. Each glaze was dipped in
three thicknesses on a heavily textured tile. All tiles were fired to
a (hard)^9 (10 tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08
and 1 hr. glaze reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown.
Any time potash or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball
clay is OM-4 . Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium
with Strontium. All kaolin is EPK.  Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME
04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected]
web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Blue Celadon - Choy Blue

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Color: pale blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 9/20/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          50.0       50.00
Barium carbonate         14.0       14.00
Whiting                   7.0        7.00
Grolleg Kaolin            5.0        5.00
Silica                   24.0       24.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            2.0        2.00

Comments:

Spanish red iron oxide is prefered. I have found that my blue celadon
glaze, which is very similar to others given to you, likes all the
reduction I can give it. I fire blue celadon pieces in the same
firings I go for carbon trapping with my shinos. The extra reduction
along with a good thick application of the blue celadon glaze, I
think, encourages the bubbles trapped in the glaze which gives it a
nice softness to the glossy glaze. I introduce a heavy reduction at
cone 010 through to cone 06 then lighten up a bit for the rest of the
firing. Also, drips melt out and do not show. Despite the only
average amount of clay in the glaze, but high amount of feldspar and
flint, the glaze does not run at all at cone 10 EPK helps and use
Spanish Red Iron oxide and do not get any speckling. I feel the blue
celadon glaze is much nicer on porcelain. You may need to add a
suspender, I don't though. I have substituted Strontium Carbonate for
half of the Barium and all of the Barium at 1 part Barium to 3/4
parts Strontium and received just as nice results. I have the
understanding from talking with other colleagues that the glaze
should be safe from Barium poisoning because it is a glossy glaze
where enough silica molecules have combined with the Barium molecules
to make it stable. But, I have never had it tested. Does anyone know
if this is true or not? Please reply. Enjoy, Cone 10 down, submitted
by: Steve Loucks e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Blue Chun Glaze

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Color: pale blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 9/20/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          54.8       54.80
Whiting                  13.7       13.70
Bone ash                  1.4        1.40
Barium carbonate          2.7        2.70
Silica                   27.4       27.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            1.1        1.10

Comments:

This glaze has to be fired as you would fire a copper red glaze
otherwise you will not get the beautiful colour and texture. If the
glaze is clear then you are not applying it thick enough. Also, I
guess I should mention that it should be fired to cone 9-10.
Hopefully it works for you as it has for me. Happy testing! submitted
by: Craig Pearce e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Blue Cobalt Midnight

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Color: dark blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                    31.0       31.00
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
G-200 feldspar           33.0       33.00
EPK                      14.0       14.00
Spodumene                 2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          7.0        7.00

Comments:

from Ellen Baker Very deep dark glossy blue All the
glazes were tested on #900 Miller clay which is a toasty ^10
stoneware. One side of the test tile was brushed with a thick coating
of Cynthia Bringle's wet/dry white slip. Each glaze was dipped in
three thicknesses on a heavily textured tile. All tiles were fired to
a (hard)^9 (10 tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08
and 1 hr. glaze reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown.
Any time potash or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball
clay is OM-4 . Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium
with Strontium. All kaolin is EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel
well. Your results will probably be TOTALLY different. Please test
before use. Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME
04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected]
web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Blue Conrad G375 Moonlight

Cone: 10
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: glossy
Color: rutile blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           63.8       63.81
Gerstley borate          14.3       14.30
Silica (A-25 best)        7.6        7.60
Whiting                   7.6        7.60
EPK                       4.8        4.80
Zinc oxide                1.9        1.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          0.5        0.50
Rutile (powdered)         3.2        3.20
Ilmenite (325 mesh best)    2.0        2.00

Comments:

(Mile Hi in Denver has Ilmenite). Likes a fast cooling to develop
that electric blue. One dip gives you brown, two dips a deep blue.
Tends to break on ridges. Where real heavy you get white. Flows quite
a bit, especially combined with other glazes. Watch your bottom
feet,try to give it a good foot or a strong ridge to stop flow.
Tapering the bottom edge with a straight edge helps too. Otherwise
your shelf will be a beautiful shade of blue. If thick, tends to
pinhole, likes to dry and be rubbed out before firing. Tempermental
glaze---can crawl just enough to make you crazy generally under rims
and on the inside of rims....probably is thicker there and shrinks
when drying. To Mix, we've found it best to dissolve the Cornwall
first and let set a bit, then add everything else. Screen through a
40 once and an 80mesh twice for finest crystalization. This is a
compilation of several background messages re: the Conrad Moonlight.
We use Conrads Moonlight (which was discussed about 6 months ago
here) with about 1/2%cobalt Carb. added. It's a cone 10 glaze. I
first started using it in electric firing, and a year ago switched to
gas. At first in the gas, it was muddier and tended toward rutile
blue-green. Then, experimenting, we cooled the kiln faster to match
the curve of the electrics. Voila, nice sharp crystals and blue. It
also seems to be quite sensitive to temperature, over fire it and it
grabs iron from anywhere and goes blue green or brownish. I also
might note that it is quite sensitive to application. It must go on
thick to develop a good blue. (even sometimes giving almost purple).
Thick in the bucket, double dip as soon as the sheen leaves, dry
completely, then rub lightly everywhere and especially on compund
curves. This is a Cornwall recipe and tends to crawl if not thorughly
bonded to the clay surface. The thickness required doesn't help.
Don't know what it might do at c6 but if you can get it there, the
above notes might help. One note, I mentioned that it's sensitive to
temp. It's happiest between 9-1/2 and 10-1/2. Also we use it on a
white stoneware. On iron body clays, it tends toward blue green or
brown-green...not too pretty. Joyce brought up a good pointThe rutile
blue Moonlight from Conrad (G375) is r understand, most rutile blues
are. The way we work around this is to provide a ridge at the foot
and, when Betsy applies the glaze, she takes a stainless rib and
carves a taper into the ridge. Sounds time consuming, and is, but it
goes pretty fast after you've done (not had) a few. The main time we
lose pieces from running now is where there's an overlap with another
glaze, especially Temmoku. But by keeping it high on the pot, it can
be controlled. Good Luck. It can be a fantastic rutile blue, best
I've seen. I'll be off the list for a week, at Rosen, but will pull
digests during the week. Tom Wirt Clay Coyote Pottery Hutchinson, MN
[email protected]


Glaze name: Blue Cool

Cone: 8 - 9
Color: grey blue
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        28.0       28.00
Dolomite                 12.0       12.00
Whiting                   7.0        7.00
Barium carbonate          6.0        6.00
Lithium carbonate         1.0        1.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Silica                   36.0       36.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 3.0        3.00
Copper carbonate          2.0        2.00
Cobalt carbonate          0.3        0.25

Comments:

The color is
a cool grey-blue that pools darker, especially in carved areas.
 Kat Neely-Jones e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Blue Crazy Rutile Jillian's

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: blue
Visual texture: Mottled
Flow: Slight
Testing: Untested
Date: 10/16/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           44.9       43.70
EPK                       2.0        1.90
Flint                    29.1       28.30
Gerstley borate           9.4        9.10
Dolomite                  9.4        9.10
Zinc oxide                1.8        1.80
Strontium carbonate       3.5        3.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       97.30

Also add:

Tin oxide                 2.8        2.70
Rutile                    6.9        6.70
Copper carbonate          1.5        1.50
Bentonite                 2.1        2.00

Comments:

Sort of denim-colored with creamy mottling. Copper red develops where it contacts
clear or celadon. Stable.Breaks over texture.


Glaze name: Blue Dark Gloss

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Color: dark blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        44.0       44.00
Silica                   28.0       28.00
Whiting                  18.0       18.00
Kaolin                   10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00
Red iron oxide            1.0        1.00

Comments:

Here is a recipe for a reliable glossy dark blue. I have fired it in
gas and wood and it works well either way. submitted by: Debbie
Vacchi e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Blue Dark Shiny

Cone: 9
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Color: Blue
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        40.3       40.30
Flint                    21.5       21.50
Whiting                  14.1       14.10
Ball clay                 3.4        3.40
Cornwall Stone           20.7       20.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          2.5        2.50
Copper carbonate          4.0        4.00

Comments:

Corinne Null Bedford,
NH [email protected]


Glaze name: Blue Dunham

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: brown black to deep blue breaking orange
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           43.2       43.20
Whiting                  12.0       12.00
EPK                       6.9        6.90
Strontium carbonate      12.0       12.00
Flint                    25.9       25.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          0.4        0.40
Rutile                    4.4        4.40
Iron oxide                4.4        4.40

Comments:

from Bob Santerre glossy black brown. Almost looks like temoku but
very deep blue where it pools.  All the glazes were
tested on #900 Miller clay which is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One side
of the test tile was brushed with a thick coating of Cynthia
Bringle's wet/dry white slip. Each glaze was dipped in three
thicknesses on a heavily textured tile. All tiles were fired to a
(hard)^9 (10 tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08
and 1 hr. glaze reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown.
Any time potash or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball
clay is OM-4 . Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium
with Strontium. All kaolin is EPK. Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME
04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected]
web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Blue Emily's

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 8
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          33.3       33.30
Gerstley borate          17.7       17.70
OM-4 Ball Clay           15.6       15.60
Talc                     13.5       13.50
Silica                   13.5       13.50
Dolomite                  6.3        6.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Zircopax                  4.2        4.20
Cobalt carbonate          3.1        3.10

Comments:

submitted by: Rick Malmgren e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Blue Goodrich Mediterranean

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Color: teal blue to black
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           33.3       33.30
Whiting                  25.0       25.00
Kentucky OM #4           12.5       12.50
Flint                    25.0       25.00
Zinc oxide                4.2        4.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          5.0        5.00
Chrome oxide              2.5        2.50

Comments:

from Don Satin smooth gloss. Deep teal (thick) to black(thin)
Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4
Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME 04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922
email: [email protected] web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Blue Goodrich Mediterranean

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: teal blue to black
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           33.3       33.30
Whiting                  25.0       25.00
Kentucky OM #4           12.5       12.50
Flint                    25.0       25.00
Zinc oxide                4.2        4.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          5.0        5.00
Chrome oxide              2.5        2.50

Comments:

from Don Satin smooth gloss. Deep teal (thick) to black(thin)  All the glazes were tested on #900 Miller clay which
is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One side of the test tile was brushed with
a thick coating of Cynthia Bringle's wet/dry white slip. Each glaze
was dipped in three thicknesses on a heavily textured tile. All tiles
were fired to a (hard)^9 (10 tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body
reduction at ^08 and 1 hr. glaze reduction at ^9 then a quick reox.
before shutdown. Any time potash or Custer spar is called for, I used
G-200. All ball clay is OM-4 . Many glazes I substituted 75% of the
amount of Barium with Strontium. All kaolin is EPK. Remember...
glazes don't travel well. Your results will probably be TOTALLY
different. Please test before use. Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4
Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME 04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922
email: [email protected] web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Blue Green Glossy Deep

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: deep teal blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                  23.3       23.30
G-200 feldspar           27.2       27.20
EPK                      19.2       19.20
Flint                    27.3       27.30
Zinc oxide                3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chrome oxide              0.3        0.30
Cobalt carbonate          1.4        1.40

Comments:

Deep teal over stoneware deep blue with slip. Satin to almost gloss glaze Any time
potash or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball clay is OM-4 . Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd.
Woolwich, ME 04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected]
web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Blue Green Glossy Deep

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: deep teal blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                  23.3       23.30
G-200 feldspar           27.2       27.20
EPK                      19.2       19.20
Flint                    27.3       27.30
Zinc oxide                3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chrome oxide              0.3        0.30
Cobalt carbonate          1.4        1.40

Comments:

Deep teal over stoneware deep blue with slip. Satin to almost gloss glaze Any time
potash or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball clay is OM-4 . Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd.
Woolwich, ME 04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected]
web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Blue green Satin Mat Clemson U

Cone: 9 - 10
Surface texture: satin matte
Color: blue green
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           41.2       41.20
Whiting                  21.4       21.40
EPK                      21.4       21.40
Flint                    16.1       16.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.1        1.10
Rutile (light)            6.4        6.40

Comments:

This is a Blue to Green Satin mat that has alot of nice qualities you
might enjoy. Thin its green and when doubledipped its soft light blue
. It also takes other oxides well, is food safe and stays in
suspension. Good Luck, Mike Vatalaro in Clemson [email protected]


Glaze name: Blue Green V&O

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: green
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                  19.6       19.60
Flint                    32.9       32.90
EPK                      20.0       20.00
G-200 feldspar           27.5       27.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Yellow ochre              2.0        2.00

Comments:

also from Alfred Looks like a pretty typical celedon to me.. glossy
with no crazing All the glazes were tested on
#900 Miller clay which is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One side of the
test tile was brushed with a thick coating of Cynthia Bringle's
wet/dry white slip. Each glaze was dipped in three thicknesses on a
heavily textured tile. All tiles were fired to a (hard)^9 (10
tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08 and 1 hr. glaze
reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown. Any time potash
or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball clay is OM-4 .
Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium with Strontium.
All kaolin is EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel well. Your results
will probably be TOTALLY different. Please test before use. tracy
wilson  Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd.
Woolwich, ME 04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email:
[email protected] web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Blue Hennessy Revised

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Blue
Source: Val Cushing VC ed. via GlazeBase
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

K-200 feldspar           44.0       44.00
Wollastonite             20.0       20.00
Dolomite                  4.0        4.00
Grolleg                  12.0       12.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            5.0        5.00

Comments:

This glaze was revised by VC. The theory here is that wollastonite is
closer to the Ca source that the Chinese used (calcined chells for CaO
plus high K2O) - no carbonates in wollastonite.


Glaze name: Blue Jeff's Longbeach

Cone: 9 - 10
Color: gray/blue
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                  19.5       19.49
Custer feldspar          63.6       63.55
EPK                      17.0       16.96
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          0.9        0.85
Rutile                    4.0        4.00

Comments:

submitted by: Brian Voth e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Blue Leach

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Color: medium blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           57.9       57.89
Whiting                  23.2       23.16
Gerstley borate           4.2        4.21
Flint                    14.7       14.74
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 3.2        3.16
Cobalt carbonate          1.1        1.05
Manganese dioxide         0.5        0.53

Comments:

handed over by Bob Santerre Glossy medium blue where thick and glossy
slate blue where thin. Well I finally got around to typing this thing
up...^9-10 Blues Thank you one and all for all the donated recipes. I
only tested 31 out of almost 100 I received. I'll continue testing
and reporting as the winter DRAGS on. All the glazes were tested on
#900 Miller clay which is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One side of the
test tile was brushed with a thick coating of Cynthia Bringle's
wet/dry white slip. Each glaze was dipped in three thicknesses on a
heavily textured tile. All tiles were fired to a (hard)^9 (10
tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08 and 1 hr. glaze
reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown. Any time potash
or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball clay is OM-4 .
Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium with Strontium.
All kaolin is EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel well. Your results
will probably be TOTALLY different. Please test before use. Tracy
Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME 04579 phone:
207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected] web:
http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Blue Leach

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Color: medium blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           57.9       57.89
Whiting                  23.2       23.16
Gerstley borate           4.2        4.21
Flint                    14.7       14.74
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 3.2        3.16
Cobalt carbonate          1.1        1.05
Manganese dioxide         0.5        0.53

Comments:

handed over by Bob Santerre Glossy medium blue where thick and glossy
slate blue where thin. Tracy
Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME 04579 phone:
207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected] web:
http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Blue Les's

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Blue
Date: 01/16/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          25.0       25.00
Whiting                  25.0       25.00
Flint                    25.0       25.00
Ball clay                25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              0.3        0.25
Red iron oxide            1.0        1.00

Comments:

Nice blue toward inky. From Janice Strawder


Glaze name: Blue Limestone

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Date: 05/30/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kaolin                    9.5        9.50
Whiting                  19.0       19.00
Silica                   28.6       28.60
Feldspar                 38.1       38.10
Barium carbonate          4.8        4.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    4.8        4.80
Copper carbonate          1.6        1.60
Cobalt carbonate          1.9        1.90
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Semi-gloss. Looks good thick,may run where thick.


Glaze name: Blue lithium

Cone: 010-09
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Blue
Date: 05/30/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                    41.6       40.40
Soda spar                20.8       20.20
Cryolite                 15.7       15.20
Lithium carbonate        10.4       10.10
Bone ash                  8.4        8.10
Kaolin                    3.1        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       97.00

Also add:

Copper oxide              3.1        3.00

Comments:

In reduction color is blue turq w/copper luster.


Glaze name: Blue Long Beach

Cone: 10
Surface texture: Waxy
Color: blue
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                  19.5       19.50
Custer feldspar          63.5       63.60
EPK                      17.0       17.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          0.9        0.90
Rutile                    4.0        4.00

Comments:

sufrace: matte . If you want a soft matt
blue, try the Long Beach Blue. The Long Beach is terrible if applied
too thin. Good luck. Chris Fennimore
Boulder, CO christine fennimore 


Glaze name: Blue Matt Davidson

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: matte
Transparency: Opaque
Color: blue to green
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 53.8       53.80
Whiting                  24.8       24.80
Kentucky OM #4           21.4       21.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          0.7        0.70

Comments:

from Gould Matt glaze. Colonial blue breaking to soft green where
thick. Bland brown where thin. Doesn't break to green over the white
slip.


Glaze name: Blue Midnight

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: dark blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                    31.0       31.00
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
G-200 feldspar           33.0       33.00
EPK                      14.0       14.00
Spodumene                 2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          7.0        7.00

Comments:

from Ellen Baker Very deep dark glossy blue All the
glazes were tested on #900 Miller clay which is a toasty ^10
stoneware. One side of the test tile was brushed with a thick coating
of Cynthia Bringle's wet/dry white slip. Each glaze was dipped in
three thicknesses on a heavily textured tile. All tiles were fired to
a (hard)^9 (10 tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08
and 1 hr. glaze reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown.
 Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME
04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected]
web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Blue Moceri Matt

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: turquoise to lavender
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                     4.4        4.36
EPK                       7.6        7.63
Nepheline syenite        65.4       65.39
Strontium carbonate      20.4       20.44
Lithium carbonate         2.2        2.18
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper oxide              1.6        1.64
Bentonite                 2.2        2.18

Comments:

from Ellen Baker similar to Copper blue (#1) Turquoise stony matt.
Goes to lavender over slip  Each glaze was dipped in three
thicknesses on a heavily textured tile. All tiles were fired to a
(hard)^9 (10 tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08
and 1 hr. glaze reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown.
Any time potash or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball
clay is OM-4 . Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium
with Strontium. All kaolin is EPK.  Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME
04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected]
web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Blue New

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Color: slate blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           29.7       29.70
Dolomite                  5.0        4.95
Whiting                  15.8       15.84
EPK                      12.9       12.87
Flint                    36.6       36.63
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        1.98
Red iron oxide            0.5        0.50
Cobalt carbonate          0.5        0.50
Rutile                    1.0        0.99

Comments:

Glossy slate blue. Looks good over slip. All the glazes
were tested on #900 Miller clay which is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One
side of the test tile was brushed with a thick coating of Cynthia
Bringle's wet/dry white slip. Each glaze was dipped in three
thicknesses on a heavily textured tile. All tiles were fired to a
(hard)^9 (10 tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08
and 1 hr. glaze reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown.
Any time potash or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball
clay is OM-4 . Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium
with Strontium. All kaolin is EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel
well. Your results will probably be TOTALLY different. Please test
before use. Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME
04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected]
web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Blue Nickel Horie

Glaze type: Barium matt
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Purple
Date: 11/19/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          37.5       39.00
Barium carbonate         38.5       40.00
Zinc oxide               14.4       15.00
EPK                       4.8        5.00
Flint                     4.8        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      104.00

Also add:

Black nickel oxide        1.4        1.50

Comments:

From Ayumi Horie. Beautiful bright violet matt. NOT for food. Test w/.75 strontium
in place of barium.


Glaze name: Blue Opal

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Color: blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        35.6       35.60
Dolomite                 17.1       17.10
Zinc oxide                2.5        2.50
Whiting                   3.1        3.10
Kaolin                    5.9        5.90
Flint                    35.8       35.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    5.0        5.00

Comments:

Here's a glaze you
could try called Opal Blue, it's more medium blue with a lighter blue
on top. It was one of my favorites when I had access to a gas
kiln....sigh.... It is very pretty. from anne chambers


Glaze name: Blue Overglaze Wash Cardew

Glaze type: Wash for on glaze
Cone: 6-10?
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Blue
Date: 10/16/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Talc                     22.2       10.00
Redart                   33.3       15.00
Kaolin                   44.4       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       45.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate         44.4       20.00
Tin oxide                44.4       20.00
Manganese dioxide        22.2       10.00
Red iron oxide           11.1        5.00

Comments:

From ClayArt from Michael Cardew's "Pioneer Pottery". This is not a glaze. It is a
pigment for painting over a glaze. It would be dry and unmelted if used as a
glaze. I use it at cone 10, but I imagine it would be good to use at cone 6, and
probably even a few cones lower. The glaze it is painted over, of course,
determines how it turns out to a great degree. David Hendley [email protected]
http://www.farmpots.com


Glaze name: Blue Pablo's

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Color: milky dark blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           44.6       44.57
Flint                    19.1       19.05
EPK                       2.4        2.38
Whiting                  11.4       11.43
Gerstley borate          13.1       13.05
Zinc oxide                3.8        3.81
Dolomite                  5.7        5.71
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 2.9        2.86
Copper oxide              0.5        0.48
Rutile                    0.5        0.48
Cobalt carbonate          1.0        0.95

Comments:

Very glossy kind of milky dark blue. Interesting over white slip
All the glazes were tested on #900 Miller clay
which is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One side of the test tile was
brushed with a thick coating of Cynthia Bringle's wet/dry white slip.
Each glaze was dipped in three thicknesses on a heavily textured
tile. All tiles were fired to a (hard)^9 (10 tipping)reduction
firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08 and 1 hr. glaze reduction at ^9
then a quick reox. before shutdown. Any time potash or Custer spar is
called for, I used G-200. All ball clay is OM-4 . Many glazes I
substituted 75% of the amount of Barium with Strontium. All kaolin is
EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel well. Your results will probably
be TOTALLY different. Please test before use. Tracy Wilson Saltbox
Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME 04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax:
207-442-8922 email: [email protected] web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: blue Pale

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Color: pale blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 9/20/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        48.2       48.20
Barium carbonate         37.3       37.30
Ball clay                 7.0        7.00
Silica                    7.5        7.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          2.0        2.00
Rutile                    5.0        5.00

Comments:

submitted by: Eleanora Eden e-mail: [email protected] or
[email protected] NOT for food use - high barium. Try subst strontium.


Glaze name: Blue Peacock

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: satin matte
Color: light blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           34.0       34.00
Gerstley borate          12.0       12.00
Whiting                   7.0        7.00
EPK                       9.0        9.00
Talc                     19.0       19.00
Flint                    19.0       19.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              0.3        0.30
Chrome oxide              0.5        0.50

Comments:

Light blue where thick hint of teal. Satin glaze. Well I finally got
around to typing this thing up...^9-10 Blues Thank you one and all
for all the donated recipes. I only tested 31 out of almost 100 I
received. I'll continue testing and reporting as the winter DRAGS on.
All the glazes were tested on #900 Miller clay which is a toasty ^10
stoneware. One side of the test tile was brushed with a thick coating
of Cynthia Bringle's wet/dry white slip. Each glaze was dipped in
three thicknesses on a heavily textured tile. All tiles were fired to
a (hard)^9 (10 tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08
and 1 hr. glaze reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown.
Any time potash or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball
clay is OM-4 . Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium
with Strontium. All kaolin is EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel
well. Your results will probably be TOTALLY different. Please test
before use. Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME
04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected]
web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Blue Periwinkle Kelli's

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Blue-purple
Date: 03/06/01

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

K-200 feldspar           44.0       44.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Whiting                  18.0       18.00
Flint                    28.0       28.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          0.5        0.50

Comments:

From Kelli Cohen @ Univ. of FL


Glaze name: Blue Persimmon

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: blue
Flow: Slight
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           71.4       71.40
Silica                   14.3       14.30
Whiting                  14.3       14.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            2.0        2.00
Rutile                    3.1        3.10
Cobalt carbonate          0.5        0.50
Bentonite                 3.1        3.10

Comments:

 It is shiny and breaks brown to
blue My students keep it rather thick in the bucket for the desired
blue and it doesn't seem to run very much at all. It is a blue glaze
but a nice blue glaze and it works well with a lot of other glazes.
submitted by: Jim Connell e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Blue Persimmon Glossy

Glaze type: Ca K RutileBlue
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy
Color: Rust to bright blue Opaque
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

K-200 spar               68.0       68.00
Whiting                  16.0       16.00
Flint                    16.0       16.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Iron oxide                2.0        2.00
Rutile                    3.0        3.00
Bentonite                 3.0        3.00

Comments:

Rust color where thin, rich blue where thick. Custer spar can be
subbed for K-200. Glaze Type: Ca K RutileBlue. Opacity: Opaque.
Firing type: Reduction From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: Blue Rev.V.C. Rich Matt KG

Glaze type: Ca Mg AlMatt
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matte Satin
Color: Blue Semi-Opaque
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          39.0       39.00
Gerstley borate           2.0        2.00
Dolomite                 21.0       21.00
Whiting                   2.0        2.00
EPK                      25.0       25.00
Flint                    11.0       11.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00
Chrome oxide              0.3        0.25
Manganese dioxide         0.5        0.50

Comments:

Original glaze is temperature finicky & goes glossy at C/10. Rev.
stays matt. Thin=grey blue; med=deep rich blue; thick=brighter blue.
Glaze Type CaMgAl Matt. Opacity:opaque. Firing type: redtn. From Val
Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: Blue Robin's Egg Spot

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: blue with olive spots
Date: 06/07/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Zinc oxide                8.0        7.60
Custer feldspar          53.7       51.00
Whiting                   9.3        8.80
Strontium carbonate      16.3       15.50
Ball clay                10.3        9.80
Bone ash                  2.3        2.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       94.90

Also add:

Rutile                    9.2        8.70
Cobalt carbonate          1.1        1.00
Bentonite                 2.1        2.00

Comments:

Nice satin glaze that is a medium blue with olive spots.


Glaze name: Blue Royal

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: matte
Transparency: Opaque
Color: royal blue
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              40.8       40.83
Whiting                  17.0       16.97
Strontium carbonate       5.3        5.30
EPK                      20.9       20.89
Silica                   16.0       16.01
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          4.8        4.77
Cobalt carbonate          1.9        1.91
Bentonite                 1.1        1.06

Comments:

Non- toxic version of barium matt blue. Stable, strong color. I use
Dave's porcelain from Laguna. Dean McRaine  on the
north shore of Kauai


Glaze name: Blue Rutile

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Color: Blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          32.2       32.20
Whiting                  20.5       20.50
Flint                    19.5       19.50
EPK                      16.6       16.60
Talc                     11.2       11.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    8.3        8.30

Comments:

Below is a glaze I have been using for years, I got it out of CM.
Likes a thick dip and I also double dip rims. Does not like a long
soak at cone 10. Looks best at a good cone 9 (slightly satin with
shiny spots) or 10 ( glossy blue with mottling and crystals) Good
Luck! Barbara Murphy, Waterloo, Ontario dave murphy


Glaze name: Blue Rutile Alan's

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Blue
Visual texture: Mottled
Flow: Moderate
Testing: Tested
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          32.2       32.20
Whiting                  20.5       20.50
Flint                    19.5       19.50
EPK                      16.6       16.60
Talc theoretical         11.2       11.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    8.3        8.30

Comments:

Mottled pink/purple to pearly blues in reduction. More pink/purple in oxidation.
Breaks over texture.Tested in 3784.


Glaze name: Blue Rutile Jillian's Crazy

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: blue-pink-purple-beige flecks
Visual texture: Mottled
Date: 06/01/2010

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          42.5       43.00
Whiting                  21.7       22.00
EPK                      10.9       11.00
Flint                    21.7       22.00
Zinc oxide                3.2        3.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      101.20

Also add:

Rutile                    6.4        6.50
Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

Mottled pink-blue-purple that varies with thickness in reduction. In oxidation,
pale yellow. Tested by Jillian Parra.


Glaze name: Blue Satin

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Blue
Source: Central Clay--www.cclay.com
Date: 05/14/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           36.0       36.00
EPK                      22.0       22.00
Dolomite                 18.0       18.00
Flint                    16.0       16.00
Gillespie borate          4.0        4.00
Whiting                   4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              0.5        0.50
Chrome oxide              0.2        0.15
Manganese dioxide         0.3        0.25

Comments:


Glaze name: Blue Satin Batman from Byron Temple

Cone: 8-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Date: 12/19/2008

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 54.0       54.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Kentucky OM #4           25.0       25.00
Whiting                   8.0        8.00
Talc theoretical          8.0        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00

Comments:

From Clay Times May/Jn '08


Glaze name: Blue Stable

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Color: royal blue to green
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           30.9       30.94
Flint                    26.8       26.84
Whiting                  19.1       19.11
Kentucky OM #4           12.8       12.80
EPK                      10.3       10.31
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.2        1.22

Comments:

also from Bob Santerre Medium royal blue with or without slip.
glossy. Breaking to green where thin. All the glazes
were tested on #900 Miller clay which is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One
side of the test tile was brushed with a thick coating of Cynthia
Bringle's wet/dry white slip. Each glaze was dipped in three
thicknesses on a heavily textured tile. All tiles were fired to a
(hard)^9 (10 tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08
and 1 hr. glaze reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown.
Any time potash or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball
clay is OM-4 . Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium
with Strontium. All kaolin is EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel
well. Your results will probably be TOTALLY different. Please test
before use. Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME
04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected]
web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Blue Textured

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: satin matte
Color: deep purple to blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           21.0       21.00
Nepheline syenite        21.0       21.00
Kentucky OM #4            4.5        4.50
Gerstley borate          11.8       11.80
Dolomite                  7.5        7.50
Talc theoretical         14.4       14.40
Silica                   19.6       19.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.80

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              3.0        3.00

Comments:

Satin glaze. Deep purple where thick. Midnight blue where medium.
soft purple with slip. Well I finally got around to typing this thing
up...^9-10 Blues Thank you one and all for all the donated recipes. I
only tested 31 out of almost 100 I received. I'll continue testing
and reporting as the winter DRAGS on. All the glazes were tested on
#900 Miller clay which is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One side of the
test tile was brushed with a thick coating of Cynthia Bringle's
wet/dry white slip. Each glaze was dipped in three thicknesses on a
heavily textured tile. All tiles were fired to a (hard)^9 (10
tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08 and 1 hr. glaze
reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown. Any time potash
or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball clay is OM-4 .
Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium with Strontium.
All kaolin is EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel well. Your results
will probably be TOTALLY different. Please test before use. Tracy
Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME 04579 phone:
207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected] web:
http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Blue Textured 1

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: satin matte
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: deep purple to blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           21.0       21.00
Nepheline syenite        21.0       21.00
Kentucky OM #4            4.5        4.50
Gerstley borate          11.8       11.80
Dolomite                  7.5        7.50
Talc                     14.4       14.40
Silica                   19.6       19.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.80

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              3.0        3.00

Comments:

Satin glaze. Deep purple where thick. Midnight blue where medium.
soft purple with slip. All the glazes were tested on
#900 Miller clay which is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One side of the
test tile was brushed with a thick coating of Cynthia Bringle's
wet/dry white slip. Each glaze was dipped in three thicknesses on a
heavily textured tile. All tiles were fired to a (hard)^9 (10
tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08 and 1 hr. glaze
reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown. Any time potash
or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball clay is OM-4 .
Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium with Strontium.
All kaolin is EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel well. Your results
will probably be TOTALLY different. Please test before use. Tracy
Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME 04579 phone:
207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected] web:
http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Blue Textured 2

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Blue
Date: 04/21/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          40.8       40.80
Flint                    16.0       16.00
Whiting                  17.0       17.00
Strontium carbonate       5.3        5.30
EPK                      20.9       20.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          2.7        2.70
Rutile                    4.8        4.80

Comments:


Glaze name: Blue TH

Cone: 9
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: ?
Color: blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          42.8       42.80
Flint                    26.6       26.60
Whiting                  22.1       22.10
EPK                       8.5        8.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00
Titanium dioxide          3.0        3.00
Black nickel oxide        1.0        1.00

Comments:

Corinne Null Bedford, NH
[email protected]


Glaze name: Blue TH

Cone: 9
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: ?
Color: blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          42.8       42.80
Flint                    26.6       26.60
Whiting                  22.1       22.10
EPK                       8.5        8.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00
Titanium dioxide          3.0        3.00
Black nickel oxide        1.0        1.00

Comments:

Corinne Null Bedford, NH
[email protected]


Glaze name: Blue V&O Lt

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                  19.0       19.03
Flint                    31.9       31.94
EPK                      19.4       19.42
G-200 feldspar           26.7       26.70
Barnard slip              2.9        2.91
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

from Alfred/ Jim Chalkley Couldn't detect any light blue but I
remember it used to be beautiful on carved porcelain. (Jim, are you
out there?) All the glazes were tested on #900
Miller clay which is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One side of the test
tile was brushed with a thick coating of Cynthia Bringle's wet/dry
white slip. Each glaze was dipped in three thicknesses on a heavily
textured tile. All tiles were fired to a (hard)^9 (10
tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08 and 1 hr. glaze
reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown. Any time potash
or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball clay is OM-4 .
tracy wilson  Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd.
Woolwich, ME 04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email:
sal[email protected] web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: BLUE V.C. AA COBALT

Glaze type: Ca
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matte
Color: Blue Semi-Opaque
Testing: Tested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           46.0       46.00
Whiting                  34.0       34.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          2.0        2.00

Comments:

Webs and streaks nicely.VC ed


Glaze name: Blue V.C. Rich Matt

Glaze type: Ca Mg AlMatt
Cone: 9 ONLY
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin
Color: Blue to black Semi-Opaque
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              36.0       36.00
Gerstley borate           4.0        4.00
Dolomite                 18.0       18.00
Whiting                   4.0        4.00
EPK                      22.0       22.00
Flint                    16.0       16.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00
Chrome oxide              0.3        0.25
Manganese dioxide         0.5        0.50

Comments:

Thin=dk. greyblue; med=deep rich blue; thick=brighter blue,not as
good. At Cone 9.5 goes glossy and raw-ugly blue. See RMB Rev. for
c/10. Glaze Type: Ca Mg AlMatt. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type:
Reduction From Val Cushing. VC ed.


Glaze name: Blue VC Rich Matt

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: satin matte
Color: blue brown
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           39.0       39.00
Gerstley borate           2.0        2.00
Dolomite                 21.0       21.00
Whiting                   2.0        2.00
EPK                      25.0       25.00
Flint                    11.0       11.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00
Chrome oxide              0.3        0.25
Manganese dioxide         0.5        0.50

Comments:

Dark brown on stoneware. Slate blue over white
slip. Satin Matt


Glaze name: Blue VC Rich Matt

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: satin matte
Color: blue brown
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           39.0       39.00
Gerstley borate           2.0        2.00
Dolomite                 21.0       21.00
Whiting                   2.0        2.00
EPK                      25.0       25.00
Flint                    11.0       11.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00
Chrome oxide              0.3        0.25
Manganese dioxide         0.5        0.50

Comments:

Dark brown on stoneware. Slate blue over white slip.


Glaze name: Blue VC Rich Matt

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: satin matte
Color: blue brown
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           39.0       39.00
Gerstley borate           2.0        2.00
Dolomite                 21.0       21.00
Whiting                   2.0        2.00
EPK                      25.0       25.00
Flint                    11.0       11.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00
Chrome oxide              0.3        0.25
Manganese dioxide         0.5        0.50

Comments:

Dark brown on stoneware. Slate blue over white slip.
Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME 04579 phone:
207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected] web:
http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Blue water

Cone: 9 - 10
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Color: blue
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              38.9       38.90
Ball clay                18.9       18.90
Whiting                  13.3       13.30
Flint                    21.1       21.10
Dolomite                  7.8        7.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Iron chromate             2.2        2.20
Cobalt carbonate          0.6        0.60

Comments:

This is a nice dark blue glaze that dosen't run it is some what
shinney. I hope that all these help you and whom ever else might need
them. Jennifer Alpine, TX jennifer rhinesmith 


Glaze name: Blue Waxy Matt

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Waxy
Color: brown to broken blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           39.0       39.00
Dolomite                  7.0        7.00
Gerstley borate          12.0       12.00
Talc theoretical         15.0       15.00
EPK                       4.0        4.00
Flint                    23.0       23.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    4.0        4.00
Cobalt carbonate          0.5        0.50

Comments:

from Bonnie Terry. Satin glaze. solid brown where thin to medium.
Mottled breaking blues browns and gold. Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME
04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected]
web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Blue Waxy Matt

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Waxy
Color: brown to broken blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           39.0       39.00
Dolomite                  7.0        7.00
Gerstley borate          12.0       12.00
Talc theoretical         15.0       15.00
EPK                       4.0        4.00
Flint                    23.0       23.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    4.0        4.00
Cobalt carbonate          0.5        0.50

Comments:

from Bonnie Terry. Satin glaze. solid brown where thin to medium.
Mottled breaking blues browns and gold. Well I finally got around to
typing this thing up...^9-10 Blues Thank you one and all for all the
donated recipes. I only tested 31 out of almost 100 I received. I'll
continue testing and reporting as the winter DRAGS on. All the glazes
were tested on #900 Miller clay which is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One
side of the test tile was brushed with a thick coating of Cynthia
Bringle's wet/dry white slip. Each glaze was dipped in three
thicknesses on a heavily textured tile. All tiles were fired to a
(hard)^9 (10 tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08
and 1 hr. glaze reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown.
Any time potash or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball
clay is OM-4 . Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium
with Strontium. All kaolin is EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel
well. Your results will probably be TOTALLY different. Please test
before use. Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME
04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected]
web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Blue, St. John's

Glaze type: Ca K SaltFire
Cone: 9 - 12
Firing: Salt - Soda
Surface texture: Glossy
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Blue-black
Testing: Untested
Source: Val Cushing VC ed. via GlazeBase
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Jackson Ball             10.0       10.00
Custer feldspar          50.0       50.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
Wollastonite             10.0       10.00
Gerstley borate           4.0        4.00
Zinc oxide                3.0        3.00
Bentonite                 3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            3.0        3.00
Cobalt oxide              2.0        2.00

Comments:

Very strong blue in salt fire. Dark, electric blue to blue-black in
reduction. Works in once-fire application.


Glaze name: BLUE-GREEN V.C. AA COPPER

Glaze type: Ca
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matte
Color: Semi-Opaque Blue-Green
Testing: Tested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           46.0       46.00
Whiting                  34.0       34.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          4.0        4.00
Tin oxide                 4.0        4.00

Comments:

Good copper blue without barium. Webs and streaks nicely. VC ed


Glaze name: BLUE-GREEN V.C. AA COPPER

Glaze type: Ca
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matte
Color: Semi-Opaque Blue-Green
Testing: Tested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           46.0       46.00
Whiting                  34.0       34.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          4.0        4.00
Tin oxide                 4.0        4.00

Comments:

Good copper blue without barium. Webs and streaks nicely. VC ed


Glaze name: Blue/Black Val's

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Date: 01/14/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           46.0       46.00
Whiting                  34.0       34.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          4.0        4.00
Tin oxide                 4.0        4.00

Comments:

From Jeff Oestreich.


Glaze name: Boubaric Tesha

Cone: 9 - 10
Color: iron red brown
Date: 8/8/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        23.6       23.60
Whiting                  18.0       17.98
Ball clay                29.2       29.21
Flint                    29.2       29.21
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           13.5       13.48

Comments:

 Cone 9-10 R and Salt Jonathan Kaplan, president
[email protected] Ceramic Design Group Ltd./Production Services PO Box
775112 Steamboat Springs CO 80477 Plant Location 30800 Moffat Ave Unit 13 Steamboat
Springs CO 80487 (970) 879-9139*voice and fax
http://www.craftweb.com/org/jkaplan/cdg.shtml
http://digitalfire.com/education/articles/kaplan1.htm
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Glaze name: Bronze Chinese

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Color: Green
Date: 03/12/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        42.7       42.70
Barium carbonate         38.8       38.80
Ball clay                10.7       10.70
Flint                     7.8        7.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          1.0        1.00
Red iron oxide            3.0        3.00
Titanium dioxide          4.0        4.00

Comments:

Bright matt, green copper patina. From Ayumi Horie.


Glaze name: Bronze Gold

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Metallic
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Bronze metallic
Date: 10/07/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   85.7       60.00
Ball clay                 7.1        5.00
Flint                     7.1        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       70.00

Also add:

Manganese dioxide        64.3       45.00
Black copper oxide        7.1        5.00
Cobalt oxide              7.1        5.00

Comments:

NOT for food.


Glaze name: Bronze Gold Metallic

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 6-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Bronze metallic
Date: 10/07/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   85.8       85.70
Ball clay                 7.1        7.10
Flint                     7.1        7.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Manganese dioxide        64.4       64.30
Black copper oxide        7.1        7.10
Cobalt oxide              7.1        7.10

Comments:

NOT for food. A.k.a. Reynolds Gold Metallic. Good at cone 6. Runs at cone 10.


Glaze name: Bronze Larry's

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 9
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Metallic
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Bronze metallic
Date: 10/17/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ball clay                 7.0        7.00
Redart                   86.0       86.00
Flint                     7.0        7.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate         14.0       14.00
Copper carbonate         14.0       14.00
Manganese dioxide        64.0       64.00

Comments:

From Margaret Bohls. Cone 9 electric. Use thick. Will brighten up if re-fired to 04.


Glaze name: Bronze Manganese Saturated

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Metallic
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Metallic bronze
Date: 03/06/01

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          85.2       67.50
Whiting                   3.5        2.75
Talc                      1.6        1.25
Kaolin                    5.4        4.25
Silica                    4.4        3.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       79.25

Also add:

Red iron oxide            0.9        0.75

Comments:

Variations --
Shiny: + MnO2 20
Dull: +MnO2 10 + CuCO3 10


Glaze name: Bronze metallic Larry's

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 9
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Color: bronze metallic
Date: 07/28/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ball clay                 7.0        7.00
Redart                   86.0       86.00
Flint                     7.0        7.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate         14.0       14.00
Copper carbonate         14.0       14.00
Manganese dioxide        64.0       64.00

Comments:

Metallic bronze. Use thick. Will brighten up if re-fired to cone 04.
From Margaret Bohls.


Glaze name: Brown soft SG-21 Aysha Peltz

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Brown
Visual texture: Striated
Crystals: Small
Flow: Extreme
Testing: Tested
Date: 11/12/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        44.0       44.00
Whiting                  11.0       11.00
Dolomite                 17.0       17.00
EPK                      17.0       17.00
Flint                    11.0       11.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Manganese carbonate      11.0       11.00

Comments:

Runs, pools. Crazes in pooled areas. Matt thin, glossy thick.


Glaze name: Brown Steel

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Brown
Date: 10/02/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        70.0       70.00
Whiting                   5.0        5.00
Gerstley borate           2.0        2.00
Petalite                 15.0       15.00
Kentucky OM #4            8.0        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Yellow ochre              6.0        6.00

Comments:

From Sam Chung. Original base is Steel Blue.


Glaze name: Brown Steel - Chung

Cone: 10
Firing: Salt - Soda
Color: Brown
Date: 01/07/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        70.0       70.00
Whiting                   5.0        5.00
Gerstley borate           2.0        2.00
Petalite                 15.0       15.00
Kentucky OM #4            8.0        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Yellow ochre              6.0        6.00

Comments:

from Sam Chung. Fire in neutral soda atmosphere for best results.
Variations --
Big Sky -
+ 1.5% copper carb plus 5% bone ash


Glaze name: Brown Steel - Chung

Cone: 10
Firing: Salt - Soda
Color: Brown
Date: 01/07/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        70.0       70.00
Whiting                   5.0        5.00
Gerstley borate           2.0        2.00
Petalite                 15.0       15.00
Kentucky OM #4            8.0        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Yellow ochre              6.0        6.00

Comments:

from Sam Chung. Fire in neutral soda atmosphere for best results.
Variations --
Big Sky -
+ 1.5% copper carb plus 5% bone ash


Glaze name: Buckwheat

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 7
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Tan
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate          2.9        2.86
Talc                     10.5       10.48
Whiting                  17.1       17.14
Feldspar                 47.6       47.62
Kaolin                    7.6        7.62
Flint                    14.3       14.28
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Nickel oxide              1.0        0.95
Red iron oxide            7.6        7.62

Comments:

from Tony W.T. Yeh (3/95 CM) Kathleen Gordon Palo Alto,Ca
email:[email protected] voice:415-328-9164


Glaze name: Buttermilk

Cone: 10 - 11
Color: off white
Date: 8/8/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          10.5       10.50
Dolomite                  6.8        6.80
Whiting                   9.0        9.00
Potash feldspar          29.3       29.30
Kaolin                    6.8        6.80
Talc                     13.5       13.50
Flint                    24.1       24.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Opax                      8.0        8.00

Comments:

I have a problem with the following glaze that I hope some of the
glaze chemistry Guru's out there might be able to help me with. I
have used this glaze for years now with good success but it requires
cone 10 flat and 11 tipping to mature. I would like to lower the
temp. to a 9 flat and cone 10 tipping but don't really know where to
begin. I fire a 35 cubic ft. Minnesota Flat Top with natural gas. If
anyone can get me started, I would be grateful. Also, I have been
trying to paint with stains over this glaze. I use them mixed with
water and gerstly borate but can't get a smooth flow going. I was
wondering how mixing the stains right in with some of the Buttermilk
would work. Does anyone have suggestions??? Many thanks for your
time. I love this group and have learned so much from reading your
shares. Gloria Davidson  My Turn Pottery


Glaze name: Buttermilk revised

Cone: 9 - 10
Color: off white
Date: 8/8/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          13.0       13.00
Dolomite                  6.0        6.00
Whiting                   9.0        9.00
G-200 feldspar           29.0       29.00
EPK                       6.0        6.00
Talc                     16.0       16.00
Silica                   21.0       21.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Opax                      8.0        8.00

Comments:

can also use Custer feldspar instead of G-200 spar. I may have
lowered the temperature too much - so - mix this one (500 grams) and
test it in a cool part of your kiln (with large cones beside it. Then
mix equal parts (by volume) with your original. This will give you
the recipe between the two. If it is better than either the new one I
am sending add each ingrediant together (fome my new one and your old
one) to get the recipe for the middle one. Gerstley borate 10.5 +
13.0 = 23.5 divided by 2 =11.75 for instance. By the way both glazes
are seriously short of Alumina and Silica and oversupplied with
Magnesium so don't consider this a durable glaze. There is not a
toxicity problem because there are no problematic oxides in the glaze
- just be careful what you mix with and put under or over this glaze
in areas that will come in contact with food. Ron Roy Toronto, Canada
Evenings, call 416 439 2621 Fax, 416 438 7849 Studio: 416-752-7862.
Email [email protected] Home page
http://digitalfire.com/education/people/ronroy.htm


Glaze name: Celadon

Cone: 10
Surface texture: satin
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          41.5       41.50
Whiting                  15.0       15.00
Zinc oxide               12.0       12.00
China clay                4.5        4.50
Silica                   27.0       27.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            1.0        1.00

Comments:

A satin finished celadon that where thick, ran a little, and and it
glossed. Could probably be made into a gloss for ^6. submitted by:
Carol Durnford e-mail: [email protected] source for original
recipe: Ceramics Monthly


Glaze name: celadon gray no gb

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 11
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Gray
Testing: Untested
Date: 10/30/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          34.7       34.70
Silica                   17.8       17.80
EPK                      14.7       14.70
Whiting                   8.8        8.80
Dolomite                  6.3        6.30
Frit 3134                17.7       17.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Celadon - Choy Blue

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Color: blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 9/20/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          50.0       50.00
Barium carbonate         14.0       14.00
Whiting                   7.0        7.00
Grolleg Kaolin            5.0        5.00
Silica                   24.0       24.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            2.0        2.00

Comments:

Spanish red iron oxide is prefered. I have found that my blue celadon
glaze, which is very similar to others given to you, likes all the
reduction I can give it. I fire blue celadon pieces in the same
firings I go for carbon trapping with my shinos. The extra reduction
along with a good thick application of the blue celadon glaze, I
think, encourages the bubbles trapped in the glaze which gives it a
nice softness to the glossy glaze. I introduce a heavy reduction at
cone 010 through to cone 06 then lighten up a bit for the rest of the
firing. Also, drips melt out and do not show. Despite the only
average amount of clay in the glaze, but high amount of feldspar and
flint, the glaze does not run at all at cone 10 EPK helps and use
Spanish Red Iron oxide and do not get any speckling. I feel the blue
celadon glaze is much nicer on porcelain. You may need to add a
suspender, I don't though. I have substituted Strontium Carbonate for
half of the Barium and all of the Barium at 1 part Barium to 3/4
parts Strontium and received just as nice results. I have the
understanding from talking with other colleagues that the glaze
should be safe from Barium poisoning because it is a glossy glaze
where enough silica molecules have combined with the Barium molecules
to make it stable. But, I have never had it tested. Does anyone know
if this is true or not? Please reply. Enjoy, Cone 10 down, submitted
by: Steve Loucks e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Celadon 1234

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Transparency: Transparent
Color: green
Date: 8/8/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kaolin                   10.0       10.00
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
Silica                   30.0       30.00
Feldspar                 40.0       40.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            2.0        2.00

Comments:

This Celadon recipe is from Ceramics Monthly, March 1982, Cone 9/10
and sourced to Sandy Simon: Dennis Davis in Stafford, VA
[email protected]


Glaze name: Celadon 202.2 Blue-Grey

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 8
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: blue-grey
Flaws: Crazes
Testing: Untested
Date: 4/21/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        28.0       28.00
Dolomite                 12.0       12.00
Whiting                   7.0        7.00
Barium carbonate          6.0        6.00
Lithium carbonate         1.0        1.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Silica                   36.0       36.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 3.0        3.00
Copper carbonate          2.0        2.00
Cobalt carbonate          0.3        0.25

Comments:

This turned out pale blue-grey on porcelain, looked a little like a
celadon. Worked very nicely over carved and impressed pieces.  source for original recipe: This is
a variation on one of Emmanuel Cooper's glazes, #202. submitted by:
Kat Neely-Jones e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Celadon Blue Green V&O

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: green
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                  19.6       19.60
Flint                    32.9       32.90
EPK                      20.0       20.00
G-200 feldspar           27.5       27.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Yellow ochre              2.0        2.00

Comments:

from Alfred Looks like a pretty typical celedon to me.. glossy with no crazing


Glaze name: Celadon Blue Green V&O

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: green
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                  19.6       19.60
Flint                    32.9       32.90
EPK                      20.0       20.00
G-200 feldspar           27.5       27.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Yellow ochre              2.0        2.00

Comments:

also from Alfred Looks like a pretty typical celedon to me.. glossy
with no crazing Well I finally got around to typing this thing
up...^9-10 Blues Thank you one and all for all the donated recipes. I
only tested 31 out of almost 100 I received. I'll continue testing
and reporting as the winter DRAGS on. All the glazes were tested on
#900 Miller clay which is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One side of the
test tile was brushed with a thick coating of Cynthia Bringle's
wet/dry white slip. Each glaze was dipped in three thicknesses on a
heavily textured tile. All tiles were fired to a (hard)^9 (10
tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08 and 1 hr. glaze
reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown. Any time potash
or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball clay is OM-4 .
Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium with Strontium.
All kaolin is EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel well. Your results
will probably be TOTALLY different. Please test before use. tracy
wilson  Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd.
Woolwich, ME 04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email:
[email protected] web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Celadon Blue-Sam Chung

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Blue
Date: 03/18/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        36.9       40.00
Gerstley borate          12.0       13.00
Barium carbonate          4.6        5.00
Whiting                   7.8        8.50
Flint                    26.7       29.00
Frit 3110                 2.8        3.00
Grolleg                   9.2       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      108.50

Also add:

Tin oxide                 0.9        1.00
Barnard clay              2.8        3.00

Comments:

From Sam Chung. Hensley Clear + 3% Barnard.


Glaze name: Celadon Blue-Sam Chung no GB

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Blue
Date: 03/18/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        29.5       29.50
Dolomite                  1.9        1.90
Whiting                   9.9        9.90
Barium carbonate          4.6        4.60
Silica                   31.3       31.30
Frit 3195                22.8       22.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 0.3        0.30
Barnard clay              0.8        0.80
Bentonite                 0.5        0.50

Comments:

From Sam Chung. Hensley Clear + 3% Barnard.


Glaze name: Celadon C10R H House Revised

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: shiny glossy
Color: green
Testing: Untested
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   36.0       36.00
G-200 Feldspar           23.0       23.00
EPK                      18.0       18.00
Whiting                  14.0       14.00
Talc                      9.0        9.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            1.0        1.00

Comments:

NOTE: recipe originally specified 'Talc, New York' Locally we use a
variant of Harlan House's celadon both as a clear base and as fine
green glaze for porcelain. (The green looks peculiar on our
buff-colored stoneware). submitted by: Tom Buck e-mail:
[email protected] hamilton.on.ca


Glaze name: Celadon C10R Tom Coleman Revised

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: shiny glossy
Color: light green
Testing: Untested
Date: 7/20/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 Feldspar           43.0       43.04
Silica 200 mesh          38.6       38.64
Strontium carbonate      12.6       12.61
EPK                       5.7        5.71
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            0.1        0.10

Comments:

If we were to use Tom Coleman's recipe hereabouts we of necessity
would use G200 feldspar (custer is hard to get). So, TC's RCP comes
out like this: Firstly, as noted we'd use a different feldspar (still
a K one tho') and we switch from barium carbonate to strontium
carbonate since Fusion (Ontario Potters Assn) has a campaign going
(launched by Ron Roy) to avoid the use of barium over 5% content in
the glaze mix. I fully expect this version to perform like the
original. Both might crackle on a tight porcelain. Should be fun
trying the three. Cheers TomBuck submitted by: Tom Buck e-mail:
[email protected] hamilton.on.ca


Glaze name: Celadon C9R Beherens Revised

Cone: 9
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: shiny glossy
Color: light green
Testing: Untested
Date: 7/20/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   56.1       56.12
EPK                      20.4       20.41
Whiting                  15.3       15.31
Lithium carbonate         8.2        8.16
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            2.0        2.04

Comments:

Many years ago Richard Beherens proposed this one. The virtue of this
recipe is its COE of 5.3 suitable for procelains (or talc bodies) of
low expansion.


Glaze name: Celadon Choy Blue

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Blue
Bubbles: Many
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        51.7       51.72
EPK                       4.1        4.14
Whiting                   6.3        6.33
Silica                   20.9       20.93
Barium carbonate         16.9       16.88
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            2.1        2.10
Tin oxide                 2.7        2.70

Comments:

It is a lovely blue green. Apply thickly. We begin reduction at
cone 08 and maintain it until the end, cone 9 down, 10 halfway. There
is a great deal of depth to the glaze, with lots of trapped air
bubbles. submitted by: Candice Roeder e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Celadon Choy Blue UF

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Blue-green
Bubbles: Many
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          54.0       54.00
Whiting                   6.6        6.60
Silica                   21.8       21.80
Georgia Kaolin            4.3        4.30
Strontium carbonate      13.3       13.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            2.1        2.10
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

It is a lovely blue green.


Glaze name: Celadon Choy Blue UF recalc

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Blue
Bubbles: Many
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        36.2       36.20
Whiting                   7.0        7.00
Strontium carbonate      13.5       13.50
Silica                   39.4       39.40
EPK                       3.9        3.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            2.1        2.10
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Kaopaque                100.0      100.00

Comments:

It is a lovely blue green. Apply thickly. We begin reduction at
cone 08 and maintain it until the end, cone 9 down, 10 halfway. There
is a great deal of depth to the glaze, with lots of trapped air
bubbles. submitted by: Candice Roeder e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Celadon Coleman Apple Green

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Color: light apple green
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                  17.9       17.95
Potash feldspar          43.6       43.59
EPK Kaolin               10.3       10.26
Flint                    28.2       28.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chrome oxide              0.2        0.25
Red iron oxide            0.8        0.77

Comments:

The Apple Green Celadon is very similar to one I've used with good
results except you left out the chrome oxide. Good luck! Rafael
Molina-Rodriguez [email protected]


Glaze name: Celadon Coleman Ice Blue

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: glossy, shiny
Color: light blue green
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          46.0       46.00
Barium carbonate         16.0       16.00
China clay                6.0        6.00
Silica                   32.0       32.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Yellow iron oxide         1.0        1.00

Comments:

( I use EPK ) Note: A very nice glaze. Unfortunately, it crazed on
two different porcelain bodies I tried it on. Another thing you might
try is firing celadons in a saggar. Someone on the list correct me if
I'm wrong, but didn't the Chinese fire celadons in saggars in a wood
kiln. I've fired in saggars with no lids with good results. Good
luck! Rafael Molina-Rodriguez [email protected]


Glaze name: Celadon Fake Blue

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 9-11
Firing: Wood
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Turquoise
Date: 09/07/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        71.6       71.60
Dolomite                 23.6       23.60
Kentucky OM #4            4.8        4.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Superpax                 17.9       17.90
Bentonite                 4.5        4.50
Copper carbonate          1.5        1.50

Comments:


Glaze name: celadon gray

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 11
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Gray
Testing: Untested
Date: 10/30/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           45.0       45.00
Flint                    22.0       22.00
EPK                       8.0        8.00
Whiting                  11.0       11.00
Gerstley borate           9.0        9.00
Dolomite                  5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: celadon gray

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 11
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Gray
Testing: Untested
Date: 10/30/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           45.0       45.00
Flint                    22.0       22.00
EPK                       8.0        8.00
Whiting                  11.0       11.00
Gerstley borate           9.0        9.00
Dolomite                  5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: celadon gray no gb

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 11
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Gray
Testing: Untested
Date: 10/30/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          34.7       34.70
Silica                   17.8       17.80
EPK                      14.7       14.70
Whiting                   8.8        8.80
Dolomite                  6.3        6.30
Frit 3134                17.7       17.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Celadon Green T.M.

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Green
Crystals: None
Bubbles: Few
Flow: None
Flaws: Crazes
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 04/11/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           40.0       40.00
Whiting                  15.0       15.00
Strontium carbonate      10.0       10.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
Grolleg                  15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From  Matt Long, used on his martini glasses. Fabulous Green.
Variations --
add deep crimson Mason stain 6003 for green 10-12%


Glaze name: celadon grey

Cone: 8 - 10
Date: 4/7/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate          2.0        2.00
Custer spar              61.3       61.20
Whiting                   7.1        7.10
EPK                       5.1        5.10
Silica                   24.5       24.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Black iron oxide          1.5        1.50
Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

from Hal Harold J. McWHINNIE Email:[email protected]
(hm9) Phone:53125


Glaze name: Celadon Grey Blue

Cone: 8 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Color: grey blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          79.6       79.60
Flint                    14.3       14.30
Whiting                   6.1        6.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Iron oxide                2.3        2.30
Tin oxide                 0.6        0.60

Comments:


Glaze name: Celadon Grey-Green from Pete Pinnell

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 9
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: grey-green
Flow: Slight
Date: 10/31/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        33.0       33.00
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
Flint                    30.0       30.00
Ball clay                17.0       17.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Yellow iron oxide         2.0        2.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Celadon Korean

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Blue-green
Date: 12/11/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          25.4       25.40
Whiting                  25.4       25.40
EPK                       6.6        6.60
Ball clay                20.3       20.30
Flint                    20.3       20.30
Bone ash                  2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Yellow ochre              2.0        2.00
Red iron oxide            1.5        1.50

Comments:

From Karen Newgard


Glaze name: Celadon Leach 1234

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Color: light green transparent
Date: 8/8/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

China clay               10.0       10.00
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
Silica                   30.0       30.00
Feldspar                 40.0       40.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            4.0        4.00

Comments:

The glaze that is as old as dirt. it is published in the leech book
as old. Use 4% iron + or - depending on color / green to blue if you
decorate...put iron design between layers of glaze. very nice. the
first glaze i ever made...fired in the first soft brick kiln i ever
made. and that was before i had ever seen a soft brick kiln. remember
the name Jim McKinnel. one of the first to build soft brick kilns in
america. from iowa...one of the real pioneers. mel jacobson


Glaze name: Celadon Mather

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Color: Transparent Blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 9/20/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                  17.4       17.40
Zinc oxide                2.3        2.30
Custer feldspar          46.2       46.20
Kaolin                   13.9       13.90
Silica                   20.2       20.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          0.3        0.30

Comments:

Here's a recipe for a blue celadon. Thought it might be useful to
someone else as well. I used it a few years back and haven't tried it
recently, but as I recall it turns out a nice transparent blue. It
came to me directly from the pages of CM - Nov. 1981 issue. Kaolin
(can't remember if I used Pioneer or EPK) submitted by: Barb Howe
e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Celadon Northern

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Date: 10/23/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                  27.3       27.30
Magnesium carbonate       3.4        3.40
G-200 feldspar           27.8       27.80
Kaolin                   21.3       21.30
Flint                    20.2       20.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Black iron oxide          0.5        0.50

Comments:

From Kathryn Finnerty during her NSCAD days. Original recipe was 277 weight + 1.5
black iron. I assumed it wasn't 1/5%, but if the color is too pale, test w/more Fe.
Variations --
Omit black iron and you get icey blue celadon.


Glaze name: Celadon oxidation Horie

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 10
Firing: Salt - Soda
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 11/19/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate          6.1        6.10
Dolomite                  3.0        3.00
Lithium carbonate         2.0        2.00
Whiting                  13.1       13.10
Custer feldspar          21.2       21.20
Petalite                 21.2       21.20
EPK                      15.2       15.20
Flint                    18.2       18.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Ayumi Horie. Grade A soda glaze. Normally a boring transparent glaze, but
when hit w/soda turns matte, feather, and multicolored. Great in oxication &
reduction.
Variations --
1/16% cobalt = light blue/white in oxid., light blue/violet in reduc.
2% RIO green/brown/yellow
4% Mn purple/lavender/brown
3% Cu deep green/turq
3% rutile nice tan/white


Glaze name: Celadon pale

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Green
Testing: Untested
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          27.0       27.00
OM-4 Ball clay           14.0       14.00
Whiting                  20.5       20.50
Silica                   31.5       31.50
Kaolin                    7.0        7.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Light Green on porcelain ^9-10 submitted by: Lee in PigsEye e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Celadon Sanders

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: glossy, shiny
Transparency: Transparent
Color: celadon green
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        41.9       41.90
Whiting                  17.1       17.14
Kaolin                    9.5        9.52
Silica                   26.7       26.67
Barnard clay              4.8        4.76
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.9        1.90

Comments:

Here's the celadon recipe used successfully at the 92nd St Y in the
gas kiln, fired to ^10. submitted by: Jaine Jacobs e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Celadon Secrest

Glaze type: Ca K Celadon
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy
Color: Blue-green celadon Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              53.0       53.00
EPK                       6.0        6.00
Flint                    24.0       24.00
Whiting                  12.0       12.00
Barium carbonate          2.5        2.50
Zinc oxide                2.5        2.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            2.0        2.00

Comments:

Color is deeper and richer when applied thickly. Color is brighter
and more intense over white slip or clay. 8% Iron Oxide yields a
temmoku. Glaze Type: Ca K Celadon. Opacity: Transparent. Firing type:
Reduction From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: Celadon Tom Coleman's Iron Blue-Green

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 9 - 11
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: shiny glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: blue-green
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          46.1       46.13
Silica (200m)            31.9       31.89
EPK                       5.7        5.66
Barium carbonate         16.3       16.32
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Yellow iron oxide         0.2        0.19

Comments:

Tom Coleman gave me this glaze recipe during a workshop at his studio
in Nevada. I haven't tried it but Tom and his wife Elaine are famous
for their Celadon glazed pottery. submitted by: Donna Potter e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Celadon V.C. Lung Chuan

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Green
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              30.0       30.00
Whiting                  19.0       19.00
Flint                    30.0       30.00
EPK                       8.0        8.00
Barnard clay              4.0        4.00
Wood ash                  6.0        6.00
Ball clay                 3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            1.0        1.00

Comments:

Soft satin glow. Heavy green, like some jade. Glaze Type: Ca Celadon.
Opacity: Semi-opaque. Firing type: Reduction From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: Celadon Warren MacKenzie's Blue Black

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 9 - 10
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Color: blue black
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          25.0       25.00
EPK                      25.0       25.00
Flint                    25.0       25.00
Whiting                  25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            4.0        4.00
Cobalt carbonate          2.0        2.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

I make no claims regarding these glazes' reliability or safety. I
don't know of their origin. These are in use at Hui No'Eau in
Makawao, Maui. sam tomich 


Glaze name: celadon Wax blue-green

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: blue green
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        42.8       42.81
Silica                   27.5       27.52
Whiting                  19.4       19.37
EPK                      10.3       10.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            1.9        1.94

Comments:

Add:CMC 1 tsp. Fire to cone 10 in moderate reduction. A light
blue-green transparent gloss Many Clayarters have e-mailed me for
this formula (blue-green celadon that crackles over some clays, but
not on others),so here it is This formula was found in The Potter's
Complete Book of Clay and Glazes by James Chappell. Watson-Guptill
Publications. New York Jan jan wax 


Glaze name: Celadon Yellow

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Date: 12/11/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          26.0       13.00
Whiting                  26.0       13.00
EPK                       7.0        3.50
Kentucky OM #4           20.0       10.00
Flint                    21.0       10.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       50.00

Also add:

Bentonite                10.0        5.00
Yellow ochre             10.0        5.00

Comments:

From Karen Newgard


Glaze name: Celadon-type glaze David Pier

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 9-11
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Date: 04/21/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          28.2       27.50
Grolleg                  20.5       20.00
Wollastonite             26.7       26.00
Silica                   24.6       24.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       97.50

Also add:

Zircopax                  0.4        0.40
Veegum T                  1.5        1.50
CMC                       0.4        0.40
Copper carbonate          0.0        0.02

Comments:

Reliable base glaze. CMC not manditory, but helps w/application. Erbium and
higher praseodymium are nto good in this base - dull colors from lower solubility
of base. Apply fairly thick, 2-4 coats. David Pier.
Variations --
Ureal Green Celadon + Preaseodymium 0.65%
Unreal Blue: + neodymium oxice 1.1%
Apparently Lavender Celadon: Neodymium oxide 4.5% (color varies w/light source)


Glaze name: Celedon Martell Clear

Glaze type: Celadon
Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Color: clear green
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           30.2       30.20
Dolomite                  4.7        4.70
Whiting                  15.9       15.90
EPK kaolin               18.9       18.90
Silica                   30.3       30.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Cost/kg 0.24 Si:Al 7.71 SiB:Al 7.71 Expan 6.72 My celedon formula is
posted at the end of this message. It's a lime green celedon the way
I color it. I use 5% of a native Oregon clay that is very high in
Iron. You could maybe get the same color with 5% or so of Alberta
slip, or Albany. 1 to 2% additions of red or black iron will give
celedons. It is often said that black iron oxide gives bluer
celedons, so you might want to try that. It is important to keep a
glaze's content of titanium at a near zero level to develop blue
celedons as well. Titanium will encourage green. I ran your Neph Sy
celedon through Insight and you could reduce the crazing and maybe
eliminate it by the direct substitution of potash feldspar for the
Neph Sy. You might want to try both Custer and G-200. Custer is
higher in silica and would be the most effective one to lower the
glazes expansion. G-200 will give a bit better melt I
think..........Craig craig martell 


Glaze name: Charlie D Manganese

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: satin
Color: black
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              20.0       20.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        20.0       20.00
Whiting                   2.0        2.00
Dolomite                 15.0       15.00
Talc                     13.0       13.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Manganese dioxide         4.0        4.00

Comments:

then add 2% Bentonite and 4% Manganese (In particular, lately I've
wanted to use a reliable cone 10 black satin/waxy glaze, in case you
know of one.) Eric, you might like to try Charlie D Manganese. I've
seen it used successfully at the 92nd Street Y in the gas kiln, cone
10, reduction for more years than it would be discreet to say: Hope
you enjoy it, Jaine in Cresskill


Glaze name: Chartreuse Andy Martin 2

Cone: 10
Color: Chartreuse
Date: 09/25/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate          6.7        6.70
Lithium carbonate         4.5        4.50
Frit 3110                44.9       44.90
Tile 6 clay              13.4       13.40
Flint                    30.5       30.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chromium oxide            0.5        0.50
Bentonite                 3.1        3.10

Comments:


Glaze name: Chartreuse Andy Martin's Showsaver

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Chartreuse
Flow: Moderate
Date: 02/18/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Strontium carbonate      32.0       30.10
Gerstley borate           4.0        3.80
Wollastonite              3.6        3.40
Nepheline syenite        28.6       26.90
Ball clay                10.1        9.50
Flint                    21.8       20.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       94.20

Also add:

Chromium oxide            0.5        0.50

Comments:


Glaze name: Chun

Glaze type: Chun
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 9/20/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          86.0       86.00
Whiting                   7.5        7.50
Softwood ash              4.3        4.30
Bone ash                  2.2        2.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Yellow ochre              1.1        1.10
Bentonite                 1.1        1.10

Comments:

This is a recipe that I have had nothing but good luck with.
To get the best effect, I use it on grolleg porcelain: The phosphorus
in the wood ash is important for creating the minute bubbles in the
glaze which give this glaze its blue color. You might check out
Tichane's book on Celadon Blues, he explains this phenomenon.
submitted by: Lee Love e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Chun - Brayford

Glaze type: Chun
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Transparency: Translucent
Color: chun blue
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          42.6       42.60
Flint                    29.7       29.70
Whiting                  19.8       19.80
Talc                      5.0        5.00
Kaolin                    2.0        2.00
Gerstley borate           1.0        1.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Red iron oxide            1.0        1.00

Comments:

>Does anyone have a reliable recipe for a Chun Blue or other Blue that
does well in reduction over an iron rich claybody. ....... Anne Worner

Yes! I have been using this glaze for some years - it originated with
Derek Emms and was published in Ceramic Review. Needs reduction ^9 -
10 The firing temp affects it considerably. Works well over Tenmoku
type glazes or dark bodies. The colour is an optical effect and the
dark body helps the colour. pierre brayford


Glaze name: Chun - Pettyjohn

Glaze type: Chun
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Transparency: Translucent
Color: chun blue to white opaque
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           43.0       43.00
Whiting                  19.4       19.40
Kaolin                   10.8       10.80
Silica                   26.9       26.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          7.5        7.50
Iron oxide                1.1        1.10

Comments:

Originally specified Raval Feldspar (see below). I have a Chun blue
that works well over dark slips and glazes (tenmoku), I'm not sure
though if our materials here in the Philippines will match yours, but
it might be worth a try. Raval Feldspar is almost identical to
Cornwall Stone. If too thin the glaze is mauve transparent, if too
thick opaque off-white. The trick is to get the thickness just right
to produce the opalescent blue. Jon Pettyjohn Manila [email protected]


Glaze name: Chun Blue

Glaze type: Chun
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Transparency: Translucent
Color: chun blue
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                  27.6       27.60
Custer feldspar          27.6       27.60
Kaolin                   21.5       21.50
Flint                    19.8       19.80
Magnesium carbonate       3.5        3.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Ultrox                   10.1       10.10
Rutile                    5.1        5.10
Cobalt oxide              1.0        1.00
Red iron oxide            1.0        1.00

Comments:

Ultrox 10% Rutile 5% Cobalt OX 1% Red Iron Ox 1% (I guess you could
use Wollastonite instead of whiting as described in Tony Hansen's
Magic of Fire) (You can use 1% cobalt carbonate for a greyer tone of
blue) Does anyone have a reliable recipe for a Chun Blue or other
Blue that does well in reduction over an iron rich claybody. We
currently have a nice Chun that does well over white stoneware and
porcelain, but on iron rich clays it all but disappears. This is what
we are currently using. Anne Worner John L. Worner
<[email protected]>


Glaze name: Chun Blue Glaze

Glaze type: Chun
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: pale blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 9/20/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          54.8       54.80
Whiting                  13.7       13.70
Bone ash                  1.4        1.40
Barium carbonate          2.7        2.70
Silica                   27.4       27.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            1.1        1.10

Comments:

This glaze has to be fired as you would fire a copper red glaze
otherwise you will not get the beautiful colour and texture. If the
glaze is clear then you are not applying it thick enough. Also, I
guess I should mention that it should be fired to cone 9-10.
Hopefully it works for you as it has for me. Happy testing! submitted
by: Craig Pearce e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Chun Deller

Glaze type: Chun
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Blue
Date: 12/06/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              45.0       45.00
Grolleg                   2.1        2.10
Flint                    29.0       29.00
Gerstley borate           9.5        9.50
Dolomite                  9.5        9.50
Zinc oxide                1.9        1.90
Strontium carbonate       3.1        3.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Tin oxide                 2.8        2.80
Red iron oxide            0.5        0.50

Comments:

Pete Pinnell: nicest blue celadon. Use over porcelain. Fire a bit cool: 9-10).
Bluest on grolleg rather than domestic porcelain.


Glaze name: Chun No Flint

Glaze type: Chun
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 10/16/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        54.3       54.30
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
Zinc oxide               17.1       17.10
Kentucky OM #4            8.6        8.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clay Casting Porcelain slip

Glaze type: Clay Casting slip
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Date: 01/07/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kentucky OM #4           25.0       25.00
EPK                      25.0       25.00
Custer feldspar          25.0       25.00
Flint                    15.0       15.00
Nepheline syenite        10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Soda ash                  0.1        0.10
Sodium silicate           0.6        0.57

Comments:

Add 35 water. Dissolve soda ash and add sodium silicate to water before adding clay.


Glaze name: clay Stoneware White VC

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 01/10/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Tile 6 clay              24.4       20.00
EPK                      24.4       20.00
GoldArt                  18.3       15.00
Pine Lake                18.3       15.00
Custer feldspar          14.6       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       82.00

Also add:

Molochite                 2.4        2.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clay Buff Snair's

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Tan
Date: 01/10/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

GoldArt                  65.0       65.00
A.P. Green               13.0       13.00
Ball clay                13.0       13.00
Custer feldspar           9.0        9.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

grog                      6.0        6.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clay Castiing Off-White Scooter's

Cone: 6-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 09/23/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          25.1       25.00
Ball clay                18.1       18.00
Fire clay                11.0       11.00
Velvacast                21.1       21.00
Pyrophyllite             12.2       12.20
Silica                   12.5       12.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.70

Comments:

Calls for FC 340 Ball Clay, Greenstripe fireclay. From Jonathan Kaplan. Oct. 2012
CM. Start with 30% water adn adjust to specific gravity of 1.78.

Start with .35% Darvan 811 and adjust until the correct deflocculation is
achieved. Cast a small test sample and time for optimum thickness to determine if
viscosity and spec. gravity good.


Glaze name: Clay Casting Anna's

Glaze type: Clay casting slip
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 06/20/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

EPK                       8.0        8.00
Velva Cast                7.0        7.00
Grolleg                  35.0       35.00
Silica                   20.0       20.00
Custer feldspar          30.0       30.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

ADD: soda ash 0.10, water 40, Darvan #811 0.35. Use 325 mesh silica. From Richard
Burkett.
Casts quickly. Sets up firmly. Fires very white.


Glaze name: Clay Casting Off-White Scooter's

Glaze type: Clay casting slip
Cone: 6-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 12/01/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          28.1       28.10
Ball clay                20.2       20.20
Greenstripe fireclay     12.3       12.30
Velva Cast               23.7       23.70
Pyrophyllite              2.2        2.20
Silica                   13.4       13.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Grog                      1.1        1.10

Comments:

Calls for FC 340 ball clay, and Opticast or Velvacast kaolin. Rather than fine
grog, I might try the same amount of calcined kaolin for smaller partical size
that will sieve well and not settle as fast.

Calls for 30% water to begin to reach specific gravity of 1.75 - 1.78. Start w 0.35%
Darvan 811 and adjust to correct defloccilation. Viscosity 31 seconds.


Glaze name: Clay Casting Porcelain Andrew Martin

Glaze type: Clay Casting slip
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Color: White
Date: 04/04/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  30.0       30.00
EPK                       6.0        6.00
Tennessee ball clay       7.0        7.00
Ball clay                 7.0        7.00
Custer feldspar          25.0       25.00
Flint                    25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Sodium silicate           0.3        0.25

Comments:

Calls for SGP ball clay.
Variations --
+ water 40%


Glaze name: Clay Casting Porcelain Martin

Glaze type: Clay casting slip
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 03/31/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          34.0       34.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
Ball clay SPG            10.0       10.00
Grolleg                   4.0        4.00
EPK                       8.0        8.00
Silica                   34.0       34.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

+ water 40% + sodium silicate 0.34% From CM Apr 2014


Glaze name: Clay casting porcelain Reeves

Glaze type: Clay Casting slip
Cone: 10
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Date: 07/24/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 34.0       34.00
Kaolin                   40.0       40.00
Flint                    26.0       26.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Darvan                    0.0        0.01

Comments:

Add 35-40 water. Translucent, prone to slumping.


Glaze name: Clay Casting Porcelain Siffen

Glaze type: Clay Casting slip
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Color: Clear
Date: 04/04/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  40.0       40.00
C & C                     5.0        5.00
Custer feldspar          26.0       26.00
Flint                    19.0       19.00
pyrotrol                 10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Sodium silicate           0.3        0.25

Comments:

From Andrew Martin's plaster book, "Mold Making & Slip Casting". "Annette uses this slip to cast ver soft
gestured forms. I have used this slip for forms that put a lot of stres on the
slip as it dries. In these cases I had lots of cracking appear in the bisuqe. As a
body it tends toward non-plasticiy, so more elaborate forms woudl benefit from a
slip w/higher ball clay content. Low ball clay in this tends to be more
translucent."


Glaze name: Clay Casting Porcelain slip

Glaze type: Clay casting slip
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Date: 01/07/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kentucky OM #4           25.0       25.00
EPK                      25.0       25.00
Custer feldspar          25.0       25.00
Flint                    15.0       15.00
Nepheline syenite        10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Soda ash                  0.1        0.10
Sodium silicate           0.6        0.57

Comments:

Add 35 water. Dissolve soda ash and add sodium silicate to water before adding clay.


Glaze name: Clay Casting Porcelain Slip Michael Corney

Glaze type: Clay casting slip
Cone: 10
Color: White
Date: 01/09/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kentucky OM #4           25.0     2500.00
EPK                      25.0     2500.00
Custer feldspar          25.0     2500.00
Flint                    15.0     1500.00
Nepheline syenite        10.0     1000.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0    10000.00

Also add:

Soda ash                  0.1       10.00
Sodium silicate           0.6       57.00

Comments:

Variations --
Add water 3500 grams.

Add soda ash to warm water (part of 3500gms)


Glaze name: Clay casting porcelain Spleth

Glaze type: Clay Casting slip
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Unglazed
Color: White
Date: 07/24/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  30.0       30.00
kaolin Georgia           12.0       12.00
Ball clay                 8.0        8.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
pyrotrol                 12.0       12.00
Custer feldspar          18.0       18.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Darvan                    0.4        0.35

Comments:

Add 40 water. Easier casting body than Reeves porcelain - holds form better.


Glaze name: Clay Casting Slip Tom Spleth

Glaze type: Clay casting slip
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Color: White
Date: 09/23/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          18.0       18.00
Ball clay                 8.0        8.00
Grolleg                  30.0       30.00
Pyrophyllite             12.0       12.00
Velvacast                12.0       12.00
Silica                   20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Add Darvan 7 0.35% and water 40%. From Jonathan Kaplan CM Oct. 2012.


Glaze name: Clay Casting Spleth Slip

Glaze type: Clay Casting slip
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Color: White
Date: 04/04/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  35.0       35.00
EPK                       7.0        7.00
Ball clay                 8.0        8.00
pyrotrol                  7.0        7.00
Custer feldspar          18.0       18.00
Flint                    25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Sodium silicate           0.3        0.25

Comments:

From Andrew Martin's plaster book. p. 135.
Variations --
+ water 40%  Calls for SGP Ball clay. Sodium silicate .25-.5


Glaze name: Clay Creamy Stoneware

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 7-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Color: White
Date: 01/24/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kentucky OM #4           42.9       45.00
China clay               23.8       25.00
Fire clay                19.0       20.00
Flint                    14.3       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      105.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clay Flameware 2 Robbie Lobell

Cone: 10
Date: 05/03/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Petalite                 30.0       30.00
Spodumene                20.0       20.00
Fire clay                30.0       30.00
Kentucky OM #4           20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            1.0        1.00

Comments:

From handout from Robbie Lobell (Cook on Clay). She soda-fires.


Glaze name: Clay Flameware Robbie Lobell

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Date: 05/24/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           10.0       10.00
Spodumene                30.0       30.00
Pyrax                    10.0       10.00
Hawthorne Bond           25.0       25.00
Kentucky OM #4           25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            2.0        2.00
Grog                      5.0        5.00

Comments:

Calls for 48 mesh grog. From Ceramics Mo May 2011. See article. ANY changes can
make a major difference. When flameware fails, it fails dramatically and may be a
safety hazard.From Robbie Lobell, used for ovenware.
Variations --
1.75-2 Red iron oxide.


Glaze name: clay for wood Barbour

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 10
Firing: Wood
Color: Orange
Date: 05/21/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

A.P. Green               33.0       33.00
XX Sagger                26.0       26.00
Tile 6 clay              15.0       15.00
EPK                      19.0       19.00
Custer feldspar           7.0        7.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Grog                     15.0       15.00
Kyanite                   7.0        7.00

Comments:

From Nancy Barbour. Pale buff blushing orange.
Variations --
Use 48 mesh grog and 48 mesh kyanite.


Glaze name: clay grey stoneware

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Lichen
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 01/10/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Foundry Hill Creme       40.0       40.00
Tile 6 clay              20.0       20.00
Kentucky OM #4           20.0       20.00
Custer feldspar          15.0       15.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clay Otis Porcelain

Glaze type: Clay (Porcelain)
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Testing: Tested
Date: 02/06/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  45.0       45.00
Tennessee ball clay      15.0       15.00
Custer feldspar          20.0       20.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Good whiteness. Lighter than Nelson, Woodman, or VC Off-white stonewares.


Glaze name: Clay Porcealin Frank Martin

Glaze type: Clay (Porcelain)
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Color: White
Date: 01/09/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  11.9       12.50
EPK                      19.0       20.00
Tile 6 clay              23.8       25.00
XX Sagger                11.9       12.50
G-200 feldspar           19.0       20.00
Pyrax                    14.3       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      105.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.9        2.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clay Porcelain Otis

Glaze type: Clay (Porcelain)
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Testing: Tested
Date: 02/06/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  45.0       45.00
Tennessee ball clay      15.0       15.00
Custer feldspar          20.0       20.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Good whiteness. Lighter than Nelson, Woodman, or VC Off-white stonewares.


Glaze name: Clay Porcelain Beasecker 9-10

Glaze type: Clay (Porcelain)
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Color: White
Date: 11/29/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

#6 Tile clay             30.0       30.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
Tennessee #1              5.0        5.00
Custer feldspar          27.0       27.00
Flint                    23.0       23.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Epsom salts               0.3        0.25

Comments:

Peter Beasecker Porcelain Recipe.


Glaze name: Clay Porcelain Beasecker2

Glaze type: Clay (Porcelain)
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Reduction
Color: White
Date: 11/29/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  50.0       50.00
Custer feldspar          27.0       27.00
Flint                    23.0       23.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Epsom salts               0.3        0.25

Comments:

From Peter Beasecker


Glaze name: Clay Porcelain Bohls

Glaze type: Clay (Porcelain)
Cone: 9
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: White
Date: 10/17/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  26.4       50.00
Tile 6 clay              26.4       50.00
Custer feldspar          20.8       39.50
Flint                    13.9       26.30
pyrotrol                 12.5       23.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      189.50

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.1        4.00

Comments:

In Soldner mixer ass 9 gallons of water (72 lbs.) and 1/2 - 1 gallon vinegar.
This yields very, very soft clay, which I pile into a 30-gallon bucket and allong
to age for at least 6 months.
From Margaret Bohls.


Glaze name: Clay Porcelain Casting slip

Glaze type: Clay (casting slip)
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Date: 01/07/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kentucky OM #4           25.0       25.00
EPK                      25.0       25.00
Custer feldspar          25.0       25.00
Flint                    15.0       15.00
Nepheline syenite        10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Soda ash                  0.1        0.10
Sodium silicate           0.6        0.57

Comments:

Add 35 water. Dissolve soda ash and add sodium silicate to water before adding clay.


Glaze name: Clay Porcelain Frank Martin

Glaze type: Clay (Porcelain)
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Color: White
Date: 01/09/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  11.9       12.50
EPK                      19.0       20.00
Tile 6 clay              23.8       25.00
XX Sagger                11.9       12.50
G-200 feldspar           19.0       20.00
Pyrax                    14.3       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      105.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.9        2.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clay Porcelain Granatelli

Glaze type: Clay (Porcelain)
Cone: 9
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Color: White
Date: 09/10/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  48.5       48.46
Silica                   20.8       20.84
K-200 feldspar           20.8       20.84
pyrotrol                  6.8        6.78
Bentonite                 3.1        3.08
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Sylvie Granatelli's web site. Use 1/2 gallon cider vinegar w/water.


Glaze name: clay porcelain Matt Long's fabulous

Glaze type: Clay (Porcelain)
Cone: 10-12
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 04/11/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  55.0       55.00
Silica                   27.0       27.00
Custer feldspar          15.0       15.00
Alumina                   3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Macaloid                  2.0        2.00

Comments:

Use 200 mesh calcined alumina. Mix V-Gum-T and alumina in a 5-gal. bucket and let it
slake, then add to clay mixer.
Variations --
add V-Gum-T 2% in place of macaloid if you have that.


Glaze name: Clay Porcelain Matt's

Glaze type: Clay (Porcelain)
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Color: White
Date: 11/05/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Tile 6 clay              31.0       31.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
Custer feldspar          25.0       25.00
Silica                   15.0       15.00
Ball clay                 6.0        6.00
Pyrophyllite              8.0        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clay Porcelain Matts

Glaze type: Clay (Porcelain)
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Reduction
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Date: 09/11/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Tile 6 clay              31.0       31.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
Custer feldspar          25.0       25.00
Silica                   15.0       15.00
Ball clay                 6.0        6.00
Pyrophyllite              8.0        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Pyrotrol is a brand of pyrophyllite


Glaze name: Clay Porcelain Peltzman

Glaze type: Clay (Porcelain)
Cone: 8
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Color: White
Date: 12/12/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  52.0       51.00
Minspar                  15.3       15.00
Silica                   25.5       25.00
Pyrax                     5.1        5.00
Alumina                   2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       98.00

Also add:

Veegum T                  2.0        2.00

Comments:

Pottery Making Illus. Jul/Aug 2013. Doug Peltzman.


Glaze name: Clay Porcelain Tim Mather

Glaze type: Clay (Porcelain)
Cone: 9-11
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 01/10/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Tile 6 clay              38.5       38.50
Kentucky OM #4           19.2       19.20
Flint                    19.2       19.20
Custer feldspar          23.1       23.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Not the whitest, but good working qualities.


Glaze name: Clay Porcelain White PP Mod.

Glaze type: Clay (Porcelain)
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 02/06/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  40.9       45.00
Ball clay                10.0       11.00
Custer feldspar          18.2       20.00
Flint                    21.8       24.00
Bentonite                 9.1       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      110.00

Comments:

Good whiteness in oxidation. Whiter than Nelson, Woodman, or VC Off-White bodies.


Glaze name: Clay Porcelain Wiseman's

Glaze type: Clay (Porcelain)
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 02/06/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  27.3       45.00
EPK                      18.2       30.00
Kona F-4 feldspar         9.1       15.00
Custer feldspar           9.1       15.00
Pyrax                     9.1       15.00
Flint                     9.1       15.00
Bentonite                18.2       30.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      165.00

Comments:

slightly off-white in oxidation. Whiter than Nelson, Woodman, or VC Off-White.


Glaze name: Clay Porcelian Amy Smith's

Glaze type: Clay (Porcelain)
Cone: 10
Date: 11/03/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  50.0       50.00
Ball clay                 5.0        5.00
Flint                    13.0       13.00
Custer feldspar          20.0       20.00
Pyrophyllite             12.0       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Clay Times Sum/Fall 2014


Glaze name: Clay Porecelain Bill's Grey

Glaze type: Clay (Porcelain)
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Lichen
Transparency: Opaque
Color: grey
Date: 01/10/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Tile 6 clay              25.0       25.00
XX Sagger                15.0       15.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
Feldspar                 30.0       30.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

Good for salt and wood. From Bill Brouillard.


Glaze name: Clay Stoneware A.S.U. Red

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 10
Color: Red
Date: 05/08/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Hawthorne Bond clay      45.0       45.00
Kentucky OM #4           20.0       20.00
Newman Red clay          20.0       20.00
Custer feldspar          15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Grog                      5.0        5.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clay Stoneware Brown

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Color: Brown - Orange
Date: 01/09/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

A.P. Green               32.0       48.00
GoldArt                  37.0       55.50
Ball clay                21.0       31.50
Custer feldspar           4.0        6.00
Redart                    6.0        9.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      150.00

Also add:

Grog                      5.0        7.50

Comments:


Glaze name: Clay Stoneware Buff Snair's

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Tan
Date: 01/10/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

GoldArt                  65.0       65.00
A.P. Green               13.0       13.00
Ball clay                13.0       13.00
Custer feldspar           9.0        9.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

grog                      6.0        6.00

Comments:


Glaze name: clay stoneware Goldberg

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: unglazed
Color: Brown
Date: 04/25/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

A.P. Green               47.5       47.00
GoldArt                  23.2       23.00
Kentucky OM #4           20.2       20.00
Redart                    5.1        5.00
Feldspar                  4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.00

Also add:

grog                     10.1       10.00

Comments:

From Scott Goldberg.


Glaze name: clay stoneware grey

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 01/10/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Foundry Hill Creme       40.0       40.00
Tile 6 clay              20.0       20.00
Kentucky OM #4           20.0       20.00
Custer feldspar          15.0       15.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clay Stoneware Grey to White

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Color: White
Date: 01/09/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Foundry Hill Creme       42.0       42.00
Tile 6 clay              21.0       21.00
Ball clay                16.0       16.00
Pyrophyllite             16.0       16.00
Custer feldspar           5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Variations --
add extra fine grog 5


Glaze name: Clay Stoneware High-Iron Ted Adler's

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 10
Firing: Salt - Soda
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Brown
Date: 06/20/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kaolin                   25.0       40.00
Fire clay                12.5       20.00
Lincoln                  37.5       60.00
Kentucky OM #4           12.5       20.00
Newman Red                6.3       10.00
Custer feldspar           6.3       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      160.00

Also add:

Mullite                   6.3       10.00

Comments:

From Ted Adler. Wood-salt-soda body. Dense.


Glaze name: Clay Stoneware Nebraska #1

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 8-12
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Date: 03/08/2010

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Hawthorne Bond           40.0       40.00
Ball clay                20.0       20.00
GoldArt                  20.0       20.00
Silica                    8.0        8.00
Custer feldspar          12.0       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Pete Pinnell, Clay Times Jan/Feb 2010 p.17. Suggests grog at the coarseness
of choice and to taste - 5% for throwing, up to 20% for large, thick sculpture.
Suggests 100 mesh mullite from Kyanite Mining for fine grog. Add 5% Redart for a
toastier color.


Glaze name: Clay Stoneware Nebraska #2

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 8-12
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Color: Brown
Date: 03/08/2010

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Hawthorne Bond           40.0       40.00
Ball clay                20.0       20.00
Tile 6 clay              15.0       15.00
Silica                   10.0       10.00
Custer feldspar          15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Pete Pinnell, Clay Times Jan/Feb 2010 p.19. Suggests grog at the coarseness
of choice and to taste - 5% for throwing, up to 20% for large, thick sculpture.
Suggests 100 mesh mullite from Kyanite Mining for fine grog. Add 5% Redart for a
toastier color.


Glaze name: Clay Stoneware Rick St. John's

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Color: Brown
Date: 01/09/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

GoldArt                  55.6       50.00
Tennessee ball clay      27.8       25.00
Custer feldspar          11.1       10.00
Redart                    5.6        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       90.00

Comments:

Variations --
add sand or grog to taste


Glaze name: Clay Stoneware UF Shop

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: unglazed
Color: Brown
Date: 11/05/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

GoldArt                  65.0       65.00
Fire clay                13.0       13.00
Ball clay                13.0       13.00
Custer feldspar           9.0        9.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.5        1.50
Grog, fine                5.0        5.00

Comments:

Platic stoneware. Toasty orange-brown in reduction.


Glaze name: clay Stoneware White 3784

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 01/10/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Tile 6 clay              22.0       33.00
EPK                      22.0       33.00
GoldArt                  16.0       24.00
XX Sagger                16.0       24.00
Custer feldspar          14.0       21.00
Ball clay                10.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      150.00

Also add:

Molochite                 2.0        3.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clay Stoneware White Betty Woodman's

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 01/10/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

XX Sagger                15.8       15.00
EPK                      13.7       13.00
Tennessee ball clay      12.6       12.00
Tile 6 clay              26.3       25.00
Kaopaque                 10.5       10.00
Custer feldspar          10.5       10.00
Flint                    10.5       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       95.00

Also add:

Molochite                 8.4        8.00
Macaloid                  1.1        1.00

Comments:

Creamy in oxidation - about the color of raw EPK.


Glaze name: Clay Stoneware White Judith's

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Color: White
Date: 01/09/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

A.P. Green               22.0       22.00
GoldArt                  33.0       33.00
EPK                      17.0       17.00
XX Sagger                17.0       17.00
Feldspar                 11.0       11.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Molochite                11.0       11.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

yellowish in oxidation. Darker than Nelson, Woodman, or VC Off-white.


Glaze name: Clay Stoneware White Nelson

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 01/10/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          10.0       10.00
Tile 6 clay              25.0       25.00
XX Sagger                30.0       30.00
Kentucky OM #4           20.0       20.00
Flint                    15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

creamy in oxidation- about the color of raw EPK


Glaze name: clay Stoneware White VC

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 01/10/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Tile 6 clay              23.2       23.00
EPK                      23.2       23.00
GoldArt                  17.2       17.00
Pine Lake                17.2       17.00
Custer feldspar          14.1       14.00
Flint                     5.1        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.00

Also add:

Molochite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clay Stoneware White VC Off-White

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Testing: Tested
Date: 02/06/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Tile 6 clay              11.6       20.00
EPK                      11.6       20.00
XX Sagger                 5.8       10.00
GoldArt                   8.7       15.00
A.P. Green                8.7       15.00
Custer feldspar           7.0       12.00
Flint                    46.5       80.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      172.00

Also add:

Molochite                 2.3        4.00

Comments:

Creamy in oxidation - about the color of raw EPK. Tested by Sandy Lance.


Glaze name: Clay White Flashing Stoneware Sam's

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 6.14
Firing: Wood
Color: White
Date: 01/02/2010

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        25.0       25.00
Cedar Hts Stoneware      10.0       10.00
Fireclay                 15.0       15.00
EPK                      30.0       30.00
XX Sagger                20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Clay Times Jan/Feb 08 article on wood-fire. It would be crazy to use 25% neph sy
as a body flux. It will badly defloccuate the clay and make it thixotropic.
Consider using spar instead, or Pete Pinnell's suggestion for mid-range: five or
six parts spar to one part talc as a flux.


Glaze name: Clay Wood-fire Barbour

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 10
Firing: Wood
Color: Tan
Date: 03/02/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

A.P. Green               33.3       45.00
XX Sagger                25.9       35.00
Tile 6 clay              14.8       20.00
EPK                      18.5       25.00
Custer feldspar           7.4       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      135.00

Also add:

Kyanite                   7.4       10.00
grog                     14.8       20.00

Comments:

From UF alum Nancy Barbour. A pale buff clay that flashes a bit orange.


Glaze name: Clay ZAM Superbody

Glaze type: Clay (Stoneware)
Cone: 6-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Brown
Date: 06/02/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Hawthorne Bond           15.0       15.00
Fire clay                10.0       10.00
GoldArt                  40.0       40.00
Ball clay                15.0       15.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
Custer feldspar           7.0        7.00
Redart                    3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Grog                      8.0        8.00

Comments:

From Ceramic Industry Oct. 2005. www.ceramicindustry.com Jeff Zamek. Second fire
clay addition is Lincoln fireclay. Medium brown in reduction, tan in oxidation.
Fired shrinkage 12% at cone 6, 12.5% at come 10. Absorption 2.6% cone 6/0.5% at
cone 9.


Glaze name: Clear

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: shiny glossy
Color: clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   32.0       32.00
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
G-200 Feldspar           33.0       33.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Both of these glazes do very well with colorants and perform equally
well in oxidation or reduction. submitted by: Christine Winokur
e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Clear -Coile Hooven

Cone: 10 - 11
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Color: clear transparent
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                   9.0        9.00
Zinc oxide                7.0        7.00
Cornwall Stone           79.0       79.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

I've been using Coile Hooven's recipe for clear glaze for porcelain
with good results. It doesn't crackle/craze (eye of the beholder
thing) and can run the gamut from non-milky matte at lower temp to a
nice high gloss at c.10-11. (The recipe lists it as Cone 10 Clear)
(use a mortar & pestle to grind Cornwall stone before mixing) I use
this over a porcelain throwing body from Val Cushing's notebook
(published and distributed during Summer Class 1993): GROLLEG 55 (1
full bag) KONA 4 SPAR 20 FLINT 12 PYRAX 13 MACALOID 2 (or Bentonite:
let sit with water in mixer overnight. Add dry mix next day) As with
any porcelain, the longer it ages, the better. I make mine ideally 6
months in advance, wrapped a la the Alfred Roll in 35# batches. Hope
this helps. Tricia [email protected]



Glaze name: Clear Base

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona Feldspar            36.4       36.36
Whiting                  20.5       20.45
EPK                      11.4       11.36
Silica                   31.8       31.82
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Comments:

This glaze does very well with colorants and performs equally well in
oxidation or reduction. submitted by: Christine Winokur e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Clear bob's base

Glaze type: Mid-fire
Cone: 7-8
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: slightly grey
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 01/27/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                    27.3       27.30
EPK                      18.2       18.20
Nepheline syenite        18.2       18.20
Bone ash                  9.1        9.10
Dolomite                  9.1        9.10
Gerstley borate           9.1        9.10
Talc                      9.1        9.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Comments:

 By itself without colorants, this glaze is fairly clear, not
perfectly transparent at cone 6-7 but becoming glass like at 8-9.
 It is smooth to the touch, pleasing to feel.  Very tolerant and
forgiving.
 It is somewhat uninteresting by itself although it is as stable as
you can imagine.

 Add colorants for the real action!

*How long have you been using this glaze?
 8-10 years

*Where is it used?  Bob Kavanagh's studio.

*Where did this recipe come from?  I developed it over a few years.

*What do you like most about this glaze?  It is stable, adaptable, accepts diverse
colors well, applies easily, is virtually fault free - a good friend.

*Does this glaze tend to craze/crawl/pinhole/etc.?
 With the majolica, it may crawl if the glaze is applied VERY thickly.

*How do different firing temperatures/atmospheres affect the glaze?
 It may be used in reduction as well as in oxidation, although I now
use it only in oxidation.  I developed it while I was working in a
reducing atmosphere.  The differences between oxidation and reduction
lie in the clarity of the glaze (much clearer in oxidation) and of
course the impact of reduction on iron bearing oxides.

*How does the glaze behave on different clay bodies?
 Very adaptable to stoneware, porcelain, rough, smooth, etc.

*What consistency should the glaze be for pouring/dipping?
 Dip hand into bucket; can hardly see skin under glaze on hand: thick
cream.

*How thickly should the glaze be applied to the pot?
 Varies with oxide addition.  Likes to be moderately thick for
richest results.

*How does this glaze interact with other glazes?
 I had not been happy with combining it with others, so I stopped. It
can be layered with itself with different colorants in each layer.

*What is your kiln type and size?
 10 cubic foot, Tucker's Cone Art, electric

*How do you typically fire?
 0 to 212 in two hours: hold 10 minutes.
 212 to 1040 at about 300 degrees an hour.
 very slowly from 1040 to 1070.
 as quickly as possible from 1070 to 2100.
 about 150 degrees an hour until cone 7-8.

*Do you experience problems with the raw glaze?
 no problems

*GlazeBase recipe*
 Submitted by: bob kavanagh ([email protected])

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Variations --
*Variations:
 berry rust:      10% red iron oxide
 deep river red:  20% RIO
 midnight blue:   5% cobalt carb., 2% RIO, 1% copper carb.
 silver yellow:   6% vanadium oxide, touch of rutile
 majolica:        7% tin oxide


Glaze name: Clear Buttery Matt #415

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: semi matte
Color: translucent clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           85.0       85.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
Magnesium carbonate       5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

cone 10 clear matt. This is a wonderful, buttery smooth clear glaze,
as matt as you can probably
get for a clear. I have a couple of others that I recently designed
but I don't have them in my database yet. Try this one. I think you'll
like it. Unless you put opacifiers in it it should stay transparent
with the additions of most colorants. Regards, June june perry


Glaze name: Clear Choy

Glaze type: Ca Ba K
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: clear
Testing: Untested
Source: Val Cushing VC ed. via GlazeBase
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          50.0       50.00
Whiting                   6.0        6.00
EPK                       4.0        4.00
Barium carbonate         12.0       12.00
Flint                    28.0       28.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Variations --
Turquoise celadon with 1 to 2% Red Iron Oxide.


Glaze name: Clear Crackle

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           85.0       85.00
Whiting                  15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

A traditional crackle recipe for cone 9-10 Apply on the thickish
side. She can try this and also try another test substituting a soda
feldspar like Kona F4 or Nepheline Syenite, for the Cornwall stone
,if the glaze as given, is immature at cone 8. She can then do a wet
mix of equal parts of each test recipe. june perry


Glaze name: Clear Crackle rev.

Cone: 8 - 9 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           42.8       42.79
Soda feldspar            42.8       42.79
Whiting                  14.4       14.42
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

She can try this and also try another test substituting a soda
feldspar like Kona F4 or Nepheline Syenite, for the Cornwall stone
,if the glaze as given, is immature at cone 8. She can then do a wet
mix of equal parts of each test recipe. Regards, June perry june


Glaze name: Clear Donna's

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          34.4       34.41
Flint                    26.9       26.88
Whiting                  21.5       21.51
Kaolin                   17.2       17.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.1        1.08

Comments:

I am having a problem with my clear liner. On all our cone 10+
firings, in ox or red., we have a great clear. In salt fire, however,
if the vapor hits the inside of, say a bowl, or if the clear is on
the outside of the pot, then it crazes horribly. If we prevent the
vapor from hitting the surface of the clear, it does well. (or if it
is very thin on the outside of the pot). This glaze does very well in
our wood fire kiln-no crazing at all. It will be matt if it doesn't
get a good cone 10 if that helps any. Pat Chesney
[email protected] Waco, Texas


Glaze name: Clear durable

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Crystals: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 02/04/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          26.6      778.40
Whiting                  20.6      603.00
EPK                      19.5      570.50
Flint (silica)           32.2      940.80
Bentonite                 1.0       28.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0     2921.60

Comments:

 This is an excellent transparent/clear glaze that is very hard and
durable. I have used it over colored slip, with sgraffito into the
slip and with oxides and stains brushed over it and the decorations
don't move. This glaze can be brought to the VERY edge of the foot
without moving. I use it inside of all my functional work and when
decorating with colored slips I use it over the whole surface of the
pot.
 It is an excellent glaze that will always perform well especially
when you are in a hurry to get things fired. No surprises.
 Food-safe.

*Variations:
 Can add 1/4 % Copper Carbonate for Light Green in Oxidation ^9-10
firing.

*How long have you been using this glaze?
 Almost 20 years

*Where is it used?
 In my studio

*Where did this recipe come from?
 I got this recipe from Kieth Campbell from Ontario, Canada but
believe that it is an Alfred Univ. glaze originally

*What do you like most about this glaze?
 There are no surprises and I can count on it every time. Its food
safe.

*Is this glaze reliable?
 Very

*Does this glaze tend to craze/crawl/pinhole/etc.?
 Crazes if applied TOO THICK.

*How do different firing temperatures/atmospheres affect the glaze?
 Electric/Oxidation or Gas fired/Reduction or neutral fire are all
equally as good.

*How does the glaze behave on different clay bodies?
 On porcelain and white stoneware it is clear white. On buff and or
red bodies it goes somewhat grey because of the iron in the clays.
Very pleasent on all clays. I have tested and used on all the above
clays.

*What consistency should the glaze be for pouring/dipping?
 The consistancy of my glazes is like homo milk. The normal
consistancy. I dip to the count of 5 - 10.

*How thickly should the glaze be applied to the pot?
 Normal.
 I spray this glaze as well to 1/16th of an inch or better.

*How does this glaze interact with other glazes?
 I like it the way it is for my work.  Test your glazes and see what
happens. I have sprayed other glazes on rims etc. and all worked fine.

*What is your kiln type and size?
 30 cu.ft. downdraft gas kiln.

*How do you typically fire?
 Heating...pilots (4) on over night or at least a 9 hour period.
Burners (4) on low over night or till cone 07 is down. Turn up the
burners to 1/2 way mid. reduce kiln for 30 to 45 mins. depending on
the weather.  Cut the reduction (open dampers to almost open and a
light reduction till cone 10 falls. Clear kiln, shut off and seal.
 Slow 36 hour cool before cracking the door and work comes out in
about 48 hours.

*Do you experience problems with the raw glaze?
 NO....this glaze can be stirred easily even after 8 weeks of non use
and stays stirred for long periods of time while glazing. I make a
large green garbage pail of my well used glazes and they last me for
a yr. or more.  No smells etc.

*What is your water pH?
 City water.

*Any other comments?
 Try this glaze...it will be a main stay in your studio. ;>}}}

*GlazeBase recipe*
 Submitted by: Peggy Heer / Heer Pottery ([email protected])
 Ice Cream Flavor: Chocolate

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Glaze name: Clear Eva's

Cone: 10
Color: clear
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kingman feldspar         27.5       27.50
Kentucky ball clay       20.1       20.10
Whiting                  19.6       19.60
Silica                   32.8       32.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

This glaze is wonderful over porcelain. Clear with maybe a tint of green if your clay is
dark. Made up with OM 4 instead it is perfectly clear. Does not
crackle unless pretty thick. Can be used very thinly, covers well.
Real good with colorants, either under or over. Copper goes red.
Works also with Custer. submitted by: Eleanora Eden e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Clear Georgia

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 10/06/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          30.0       30.00
Ball clay                20.0       20.00
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
Flint                    30.0       30.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Variations --
try 5% Gerstley Borate or Frit 3124 if not clear enough


Glaze name: Clear Gill

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 10/06/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Soda feldspar            26.0       26.00
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
Kaolin                   20.0       20.00
Silica                   32.0       32.00
Zinc oxide                2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clear Granatelli

Cone: 9
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Source: Susan Filley
Date: 11/18/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          32.9       40.00
Whiting                  12.3       15.00
Dolomite                  5.8        7.00
Gerstley borate           6.6        8.00
Zinc oxide                4.9        6.00
Ball clay                19.8       24.00
Flint                    17.7       21.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      121.50

Comments:

+ 10% rutile = gaudy blue. From Sylvie Granatelli via Susan Filley.


Glaze name: Clear Granatelli 2

Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 09/10/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        40.6       40.70
Colemanite               12.7       12.75
Barium carbonate          4.2        4.25
Whiting                   8.5        8.50
Flint                    28.9       29.00
Grolleg                   2.6        2.60
Frit 3110                 2.0        2.00
Zinc oxide                0.5        0.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.30

Comments:

From Sylvie Granatelli's web site. Use very thin.


Glaze name: Clear Granatelli 2 recalc - no frit

Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 09/10/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        34.0       34.00
Gerstley borate          17.3       17.30
Dolomite                  0.1        0.06
Whiting                   6.6        6.60
Barium carbonate          4.4        4.40
Zinc oxide                0.5        0.50
Silica                   30.4       30.40
Kaolin - theoretical      6.8        6.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.06

Comments:

From Sylvie Granatelli's web site. Use very thin.


Glaze name: Clear Haystack

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Flow: Slight
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 12/01/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          20.0       20.00
Nepheline syenite         5.0        5.00
Whiting                  25.0       25.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
Flint                    30.0       30.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Dependable clear. UF shop glaze.


Glaze name: Clear Hensley's

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 10/02/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        36.9       36.90
Gerstley borate          12.0       12.00
Barium carbonate          4.6        4.60
Whiting                   7.8        7.80
Flint                    26.7       26.70
Grolleg                   9.2        9.20
Frit 3110                 2.8        2.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

From Sam Chung. Works in soda.
Variations --
3% Barnard clay for blue celadon.


Glaze name: Clear Hensley's no GB no Ba

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 10/02/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        20.4       19.30
Dolomite                  0.2        0.20
Wollastonite              8.1        7.70
Strontium carbonate       3.6        3.40
Silica                   25.3       23.90
Kaolin - theoretical      5.9        5.60
Frit 3124                36.5       34.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       94.60

Also add:

Tin oxide                 1.1        1.00

Comments:

From Sam Chung.
Variations --
3% Barnard clay for blue celadon.


Glaze name: Clear matt Hewitt's

Cone: 8
Surface texture: matte
Transparency: Transparent
Color: translucent white
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           45.0       45.05
China clay               19.8       19.82
Dolomite                 20.7       20.72
Whiting                   5.4        5.41
Talc                      9.0        9.01
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Comments:

If an area
is double dipped it comes out whiter so it is sensitive to thickness
and drips or runs want to be avoided unless the variation in
thickness and colour suits your pot. If I fire above cone 8 it
progresses to being shiny. I think it would be the same in reduction.

David Hewitt  David Hewitt
 David Hewitt Pottery Caerleon, Tel:- 01633
420647 7 Fairfield Road, Caerleon, Newport, South Wales, UK. URL
http://digitalfire.com/magic/hewitt.htm


Glaze name: Clear Meloy revised

Glaze type: Stoneware
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: very clear
Visual texture: very clear
Crystals: None
Bubbles: Few
Flow: Slight
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 01/03/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          39.9       39.92
Whiting                  16.4       16.45
EPK Kaolin               11.8       11.80
Flint                    31.8       31.84
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00
Epsom salts               0.1        0.10

Comments:

 Revised by adding more flint to make a slightly lower thermal
expansion and stop crazing. This was the best clear I found in
testing about 9 or 10 clear recipes. Many were good clears but had a
slight celadon tinge. This one is stable, clear and light grey over
white stoneware with no appreciable greenish hue. No crazing over the
shop clay bodies  (commercially available west coast stoneware
clays). RB SDSU 1994

*How long have you been using this glaze?
 two years

*Where is it used?
 San Diego State University

*Where did this recipe come from?
 originally Meloy Clear (origin unknown, maybe Pete Meloy?) Looks to
be a variation on the classic 4-3-2-1 Leach clear.

*What do you like most about this glaze?
 very clear, applies well, few glaze faults, cheap to make, non-toxic.

*Is this glaze reliable?
 yes

*Does this glaze tend to craze/crawl/pinhole/etc.?
 no

*How do different firing temperatures/atmospheres affect the glaze?
 may work as low as cone 6 but with reduced clarity.

*How does the glaze behave on different clay bodies?
 no problems

*What consistency should the glaze be for pouring/dipping?
 average consistency.

*How thickly should the glaze be applied to the pot?
 thin to medium thickness for best clarity, thinner on porcelain.

*How does this glaze interact with other glazes?
 works well with most other stoneware glazes.

*What is your kiln type and size?
 Alpine 30 cu. ft. updraft gas kiln

*How do you typically fire?
 12-16 hour heating, reduction from cone 06 to cone 8, more neutral
atmosphere after that. no soak. 24-36 hour cooling.

*Do you experience problems with the raw glaze?
 no

*Any other comments?

 Unity Formula for MELOY CLEAR revised-
  0.188 K2O     0.485 Al2O3     4.725 SiO2
  0.083 Na2O    0.004 TiO2
  0.729 CaO     9.7:1 Si:Al Ratio

 Percentage Analysis-
    71.44 % SiO2
    12.43 % Al2O3
     4.46 % K2O
     1.28 % Na2O
    10.30 % CaO
     0.08 % TiO2

*GlazeBase recipe*
 Submitted by: Richard Burkett ([email protected])
 Ice Cream Flavor: Ben & Jerry's Cranberry Orange sorbet

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Glaze name: Clear Milky

Cone: 11
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

EPK                      15.4       15.38
Whiting                  15.4       15.38
Custer feldspar          30.8       30.77
Silica                   38.5       38.46
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Comments:


Glaze name: Clear Pete Pinnell

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 10/06/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          25.0       25.00
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
Grolleg                  20.0       20.00
Silica                   35.0       35.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clear Pete's Blushing

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 12/06/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              38.4       39.00
Whiting                  17.2       17.50
Flint                    29.6       30.00
Grolleg                   8.4        8.50
Gerstley borate           4.9        5.00
Bone ash                  1.5        1.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      101.50

Also add:

Tin oxide                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

Pete Pinnell. Best on porcelain. Trail Strontium Matt: Green over it for spectacular
green and flashing red, or apply a thin layer over Pete's Cranberry for a nice
broken purple.


Glaze name: Clear Pinnell Hi Fire

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Date: 11/29/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          28.0       28.00
Grolleg                  20.0       20.00
Flint                    26.0       26.00
Wollastonite             18.0       18.00
Strontium carbonate       8.0        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Peter Beasecker.
Variations --
Sam's Celadon: + blackbird 3% + Tin ox. 2%


Glaze name: Clear Pinnell Hi Fire Recalc

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Date: 11/29/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          28.9       28.90
Kaolin - theoretical     16.4       16.40
Silica                   32.7       32.70
Whiting                  14.4       14.40
Strontium carbonate       7.5        7.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Comments:

From Peter Beasecker.
Variations --
Sam's Celadon: + blackbird 3% + Tin ox. 2%


Glaze name: Clear Tin

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 10/06/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          24.8       25.00
Whiting                  24.8       25.00
Kaolin                   17.8       18.00
Silica                   31.7       32.00
tin                       1.0        1.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      101.00

Comments:

Variations --
add 5% Gerstley Borate?


Glaze name: Clear/Transparent

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Crystals: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 02/04/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          26.6       26.60
Whiting                  20.6       20.60
EPK                      19.5       19.50
Flint (silica)           32.2       32.20
Bentonite                 1.0        1.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Comments:

 This is an excellent transparent/clear glaze that is very hard and
durable. I have used it over colored slip, with sgraffito into the
slip and with oxides and stains brushed over it and the decorations
don't move. This glaze can be brought to the VERY edge of the foot
without moving. I use it inside of all my functional work and when
decorating with colored slips I use it over the whole surface of the
pot.
 It is an excellent glaze that will always perform well especially
when you are in a hurry to get things fired. No surprises.
 Food-safe.

*Variations:
 Can add 1/4 % Copper Carbonate for Light Green in Oxidation ^9-10
firing.

*How long have you been using this glaze?
 Almost 20 years

*Where is it used?
 In my studio

*Where did this recipe come from?
 I got this recipe from Kieth Campbell from Ontario, Canada but
believe that it is an Alfred Univ. glaze originally

*What do you like most about this glaze?
 There are no surprises and I can count on it every time. Its food
safe.

*Is this glaze reliable?
 Very

*Does this glaze tend to craze/crawl/pinhole/etc.?
 Crazes if applied TOO THICK.

*How do different firing temperatures/atmospheres affect the glaze?
 Electric/Oxidation or Gas fired/Reduction or neutral fire are all
equally as good.

*How does the glaze behave on different clay bodies?
 On porcelain and white stoneware it is clear white. On buff and or
red bodies it goes somewhat grey because of the iron in the clays.
Very pleasent on all clays. I have tested and used on all the above
clays.

*What consistency should the glaze be for pouring/dipping?
 The consistancy of my glazes is like homo milk. The normal
consistancy. I dip to the count of 5 - 10.

*How thickly should the glaze be applied to the pot?
 Normal.
 I spray this glaze as well to 1/16th of an inch or better.

*How does this glaze interact with other glazes?
 I like it the way it is for my work.  Test your glazes and see what
happens. I have sprayed other glazes on rims etc. and all worked fine.

*What is your kiln type and size?
 30 cu.ft. downdraft gas kiln.

*How do you typically fire?
 Heating...pilots (4) on over night or at least a 9 hour period.
Burners (4) on low over night or till cone 07 is down. Turn up the
burners to 1/2 way mid. reduce kiln for 30 to 45 mins. depending on
the weather.  Cut the reduction (open dampers to almost open and a
light reduction till cone 10 falls. Clear kiln, shut off and seal.
 Slow 36 hour cool before cracking the door and work comes out in
about 48 hours.

*Do you experience problems with the raw glaze?
 NO....this glaze can be stirred easily even after 8 weeks of non use
and stays stirred for long periods of time while glazing. I make a
large green garbage pail of my well used glazes and they last me for
a yr. or more.  No smells etc.

*What is your water pH?
 City water.

*Any other comments?
 Try this glaze...it will be a main stay in your studio. ;>}}}

*GlazeBase recipe*
 Submitted by: Peggy Heer / Heer Pottery ([email protected])
 Ice Cream Flavor: Chocolate

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Glaze name: Cobalt Green (from CM)

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox or Red
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: green
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        70.0       70.00
Whiting                   5.0        5.00
Gerstley borate           2.0        2.00
Petalite                 15.0       15.00
Clay                      8.0        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00
Rutile                    2.0        2.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Notes from this glaze as Reitz Green Matt: Thin = dark almost black; thick = smooth yellow green Amazing glaze!
Sometimes shivers. Glaze Type: Na Ca Feldspathic. Opacity: Semi-opaque. Firing
type: Ox or Red From Val Cushing. VC ed
Pete Pinnell: forest green that breaks with just a hint of blue at edges.
Additional notes from the same glaze called Cobalt Green (from CM):
Nice, rich, appealing. Unlike any green you've ever seen. Breaks
white over raised decoration. Viscosity is important as glaze varies
with thickness. Thick=bright green, medium=dark green,
thin=grey-blue. I use Dave's porcelain from Laguna. Dean McRaine

Variations --
1% Cobalt=soft medium blue; 3% Rutile=soft grey blue.


Glaze name: Coleman Apple Green

Glaze type: Ca K Celadon 4-3-2-1
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Green Celadon
Testing: Untested
Source: Val Cushing VC ed. via GlazeBase
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

K-200 Feldspar           44.0       44.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Whiting                  18.0       18.00
Flint                    28.0       28.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            1.0        1.00

Comments:

This is a 4,3,2,1, slightly revised. The original Tom Coleman Green
had 0.25% Chrome oxide to get that green green celadon.


Glaze name: Coleman's Purple

Cone: 10
Surface texture: shiny, glossy
Color: purple red
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate          5.0        5.00
Dolomite                  5.0        5.00
Gerstley borate           5.0        5.00
Whiting                   8.0        8.00
Zinc oxide                2.5        2.50
Custer feldspar          49.7       49.80
Silica (200m)            24.9       24.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.20

Also add:

Tin oxide                 1.0        1.00
Cobalt carbonate          0.2        0.20
Copper carbonate          2.0        2.00

Comments:

I've used the following Coleman Purple (Cone 10, reduction) with good
results. It came from the September 1984 Ceramics Monthly. In
addition to this glaze, there are other excellent glazes to
experiment with. Try the Oxblood Red Glaze. submitted by: Randy
Brodnax e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Cone 9 Crackle Glaze

Cone: 9
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Color: white
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ferro frit 3269           9.9        9.90
Lithium carbonate         4.6        4.60
Calcined kaolin          16.0       16.00
EPK                       8.0        8.00
Silica                   61.5       61.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

add CMC 1 tsp (Ferro frit 3269 substituted directly for Pemco 25) At
Cone 9 it looks like the frosting on a glazed donut with only a few
bubbles. It has not moved or melted at all except for tiny areas
where it looks very nice. I was told the Frit was a direct substitute
for the Pemco #25 in the original recipe but this must have been
wrong. Any help Thanks Chris chris campbell 


Glaze name: Conrad G375 Moonlight Blue

Cone: 10
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: glossy
Color: rutile blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           63.8       63.81
Gerstley borate          14.3       14.30
Silica (A-25 best)        7.6        7.60
Whiting                   7.6        7.60
EPK                       4.8        4.80
Zinc oxide                1.9        1.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          0.5        0.50
Rutile (powdered)         3.2        3.20
Ilmenite (325 mesh best)    2.0        2.00

Comments:

(Mile Hi in Denver has Ilmenite). Likes a fast cooling to develop
that electric blue. One dip gives you brown, two dips a deep blue.
Tends to break on ridges. Where real heavy you get white. Flows quite
a bit, especially combined with other glazes. Watch your bottom
feet,try to give it a good foot or a strong ridge to stop flow.
Tapering the bottom edge with a straight edge helps too. Otherwise
your shelf will be a beautiful shade of blue. If thick, tends to
pinhole, likes to dry and be rubbed out before firing. Tempermental
glaze---can crawl just enough to make you crazy generally under rims
and on the inside of rims....probably is thicker there and shrinks
when drying. To Mix, we've found it best to dissolve the Cornwall
first and let set a bit, then add everything else. Screen through a
40 once and an 80mesh twice for finest crystalization. This is a
compilation of several background messages re: the Conrad Moonlight.
We use Conrads Moonlight (which was discussed about 6 months ago
here) with about 1/2%cobalt Carb. added. It's a cone 10 glaze. I
first started using it in electric firing, and a year ago switched to
gas. At first in the gas, it was muddier and tended toward rutile
blue-green. Then, experimenting, we cooled the kiln faster to match
the curve of the electrics. Voila, nice sharp crystals and blue. It
also seems to be quite sensitive to temperature, over fire it and it
grabs iron from anywhere and goes blue green or brownish. I also
might note that it is quite sensitive to application. It must go on
thick to develop a good blue. (even sometimes giving almost purple).
Thick in the bucket, double dip as soon as the sheen leaves, dry
completely, then rub lightly everywhere and especially on compund
curves. This is a Cornwall recipe and tends to crawl if not thorughly
bonded to the clay surface. The thickness required doesn't help.
Don't know what it might do at c6 but if you can get it there, the
above notes might help. One note, I mentioned that it's sensitive to
temp. It's happiest between 9-1/2 and 10-1/2. Also we use it on a
white stoneware. On iron body clays, it tends toward blue green or
brown-green...not too pretty. Joyce brought up a good pointThe rutile
blue Moonlight from Conrad (G375) is r understand, most rutile blues
are. The way we work around this is to provide a ridge at the foot
and, when Betsy applies the glaze, she takes a stainless rib and
carves a taper into the ridge. Sounds time consuming, and is, but it
goes pretty fast after you've done (not had) a few. The main time we
lose pieces from running now is where there's an overlap with another
glaze, especially Temmoku. But by keeping it high on the pot, it can
be controlled. Good Luck. It can be a fantastic rutile blue, best
I've seen. I'll be off the list for a week, at Rosen, but will pull
digests during the week. Tom Wirt Clay Coyote Pottery Hutchinson, MN
[email protected]


Glaze name: Cook of Clay KK/RL Blue Exterior

Cone: 10
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 05/03/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           48.4       45.00
Flint                    12.9       12.00
EPK                      10.8       10.00
Whiting                  28.0       26.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       93.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.2        2.00
Titanium oxide            8.6        8.00
Cobalt carbonate          1.1        1.00

Comments:

From Robbie Lobell. Used on the outside of her flameware body.
Variations --
Karen Karnes Grey/Black - instead of titanium, + 8 rutile and 8 manganese Karen
Karnes Blue/Green - instead of titanium, + 8 rutile + cobalt carb 0.325 + copper 4
Robbie Lobell Gold - titanium 9


Glaze name: Cook on Clay Interior Glaze

Cone: 10
Date: 05/03/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           48.6       43.00
Flint                    21.5       19.00
EPK                       6.2        5.50
Talc                      6.2        5.50
Whiting                   7.3        6.50
Bone ash                 10.2        9.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       88.50

Also add:

Red iron oxide           10.7        9.50
Bentonite                 2.3        2.00

Comments:

Glaze Robbie Lobell uses on her flameware body.


Glaze name: Cook on Clay KK Grey/Black Exterior

Cone: 10
Date: 05/03/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

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Totals:                   0.0        0.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Cook on Clay KK Interior Glaze

Cone: 10
Date: 05/03/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Alberta slip            100.0      100.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Robbie Lobell. Used on her flameware body. Soda-fired.
Variations --
Can substitute Albany slip or Sheffield Pottery Supply Albany substitute.


Glaze name: Copper Blue

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: dry matt
Color: deep turquoise blue/green
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        57.5       57.50
Barium carbonate         26.5       26.50
Kentucky OM #4            6.2        6.20
Flint                     7.1        7.10
Lithium carbonate         2.7        2.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          2.7        2.70

Comments:

from H.S. days at Gould Academy I'd had this glaze mixed up for years
and retried it. Very dry matt deep turquoise blue/green going to teal
where thick. Beige where thin. Didn't react well to CB slip Well I
finally got around to typing this thing up...^9-10 Blues Thank you
one and all for all the donated recipes. I only tested 31 out of
almost 100 I received. I'll continue testing and reporting as the
winter DRAGS on. All the glazes were tested on #900 Miller clay which
is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One side of the test tile was brushed with
a thick coating of Cynthia Bringle's wet/dry white slip. Each glaze
was dipped in three thicknesses on a heavily textured tile. All tiles
were fired to a (hard)^9 (10 tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body
reduction at ^08 and 1 hr. glaze reduction at ^9 then a quick reox.
before shutdown. Any time potash or Custer spar is called for, I used
G-200. All ball clay is OM-4 . Many glazes I substituted 75% of the
amount of Barium with Strontium. All kaolin is EPK. Remember...
glazes don't travel well. Your results will probably be TOTALLY
different. Please test before use. Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4
Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME 04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922
email: [email protected] web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Copper Blue (for exterior surfaces only)

Cone: 10
Firing: soda salt
Surface texture: matte
Color: turquoise blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate         35.0       35.00
Calcium carbonate         7.0        7.00
Custer feldspar          45.0       45.00
Kaolin                    6.0        6.00
Silica                    7.0        7.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          4.0        4.00

Comments:

Here is a salt-fire glaze I plan to use when I get my Geil kiln with
portholes for soda/salt firing. This came with a video I purchased
made by Gordon Hutchens, who is beyond excellent. I think it's
cricket to share since it's sold for public consumption. Gordon's
video on Raku Firing, and his two on Soda/Salt firing are superb.
Along with many posts of wise, thoughtful guidance from Clayarters
plus Jack Troy's book (through the library) I'm gonna be ready when
that kiln gets here...a long time from now. I can't believe the time
some of you took in your responses. I can be grateful, though. Thank
you. Joyce joyce lee  In the Mojave after a
wet, cold, snowy day crossing the Tehachapi Mts. to Bakersfield.
Well, no, not on foot...


Glaze name: Copper Red

Cone: 10
Color: red
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        12.5       12.50
Custer feldspar          22.4       22.44
Silica                   32.9       32.94
Colemanite               15.8       15.82
Zinc oxide                9.3        9.28
Barium carbonate          7.0        7.03
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Also add:

Copper carbonate          2.2        2.24
Tin oxide                 1.7        1.68

Comments:

Glazes containing barium may not be safe for ware intended for use
with food - test them for barium release. submitted by: June M. Perry
e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Copper Red Norton

Glaze type: Copper red
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red
Visual texture: Mottled
Date: 05/31/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                  14.1       14.10
Nepheline syenite        44.4       44.40
Frit 3134                13.1       13.10
Kaolin                    3.0        3.00
Silica                   25.3       25.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Copper carbonate          0.1        0.10
Tin oxide                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

From Ceramics Mo Oct. 2010 article on Peach Bloom glazes by John Britt


Glaze name: Copper Red (Dick Lehman)

Cone: 9 - 10 - 11
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy, shiny
Color: copper red
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                 12.0       12.00
Strontium carbonate       6.0        6.00
Whiting                   8.0        8.00
Nepheline syenite        37.0       37.00
Kaolin                    2.0        2.00
Flint                    35.0       35.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 3.0        3.00
Copper carbonate          0.5        0.50

Comments:

The following two glazes are the copper red recipe's I've had the
most success with from rafael molina-rodriguez (rafael
molina-rodriguez)


Glaze name: Copper Red (from Dick Lehman)

Cone: 9 - 11
Surface texture: glossy, shiny
Color: copper red
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                 12.0       12.00
Strontium carbonate       6.0        6.00
Whiting                   8.0        8.00
Nepheline syenite        37.0       37.00
Kaolin                    2.0        2.00
Flint                    35.0       35.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 3.0        3.00
Copper carbonate          0.5        0.50

Comments:

The following two glazes are the copper red recipe's I've had the
most success with from rafael molina-rodriguez (rafael
molina-rodriguez) 


Glaze name: Copper Red (from Walter Donald Kring)

Cone: 9 - 11
Surface texture: glossy, shiny
Color: copper red
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate           9.1        9.10
Whiting                  14.3       14.27
Nepheline syenite        44.3       44.26
Potash feldspar           6.2        6.20
Kaolin                    2.6        2.59
Flint                    23.6       23.58
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          0.4        0.41
Tin oxide                 1.0        1.04

Comments:

The following two glazes are the copper red recipe's I've had the
most success with from rafael molina-rodriguez (rafael
molina-rodriguez) 


Glaze name: Copper Red (U. Houston)

Glaze type: Copper red (Oxblood)
Cone: 9-11
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: oxblood red
Visual texture: sometimes speckled
Flow: Moderate
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 01/17/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          42.5       42.50
Silica                   25.0       25.00
Colemanite               17.5       17.50
Whiting                   2.5        2.50
Ferro 3134               10.0       10.00
Copper carbonate          1.0        1.00
Tin oxide                 1.0        1.00
Red iron oxide            0.5        0.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

 This glaze is a very wonderful red, but like all reds, it's very
temperamental.  A heavy reduction at the end is recommended.  Firing
time should be between 12 and 20 hours.  Not enough reduction during
the firing will cause the glaze to be clear.

*How long have you been using this glaze?
 I've used this glaze off and on for 2 years.

*Where is it used?
 University of Houston

*Where did this recipe come from?
 This could be a Carlton Ball glaze, but I'm not sure.

*Is this glaze reliable?
 The firing process is what's difficult about this glaze.  You should
start reducing around cone 5 and do a heavy reduction at the end.

*Does this glaze tend to craze/crawl/pinhole/etc.?
 You should make sure the surface of the pot is clean of dust.

*How do different firing temperatures/atmospheres affect the glaze?
 Too muddy of a reduction will cause the copper to burn out.  Too
little will cause the glaze to run clear.

*How does the glaze behave on different clay bodies?
 White or light bodies are best, but it does work on red clay bodies.

*What consistency should the glaze be for pouring/dipping?
 Once you have mixed the glaze with water, you need to use it that
day. A thick application is best. Dipped if possible.  Once mixed the
elements settle out and will not work if remixed.

*How thickly should the glaze be applied to the pot?
 The thicker the better, but the glaze will run.

*How does this glaze interact with other glazes?
 It works great with rutile glazes.

*What is your kiln type and size?
 I used an updraft reduction kiln about 9 cubic feet.

*How do you typically fire?
 I build temperature up to a cone 6 then reduce there for an hour,
then go the rest of the way up reducing all the way.  With a heavy
reduction at the end.  Then let it cool completely with all holes
plugged and dampers shut tight.

*Do you experience problems with the raw glaze?
 Keep materials dry until you are ready to use.  It will not stay
mixed and the chemicals alter if left wet for more than 48 hours.

*GlazeBase recipe*
 Submitted by: Suzanne ([email protected])

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Glaze name: Copper Red (Walter Donald Kring)

Cone: 9 - 10 - 11
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy, shiny
Color: copper red
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate           9.1        9.10
Whiting                  14.3       14.30
Nepheline syenite        44.3       44.30
Potash feldspar           6.2        6.20
Kaolin                    2.6        2.60
Flint                    23.6       23.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Copper carbonate          0.4        0.40
Tin oxide                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

The following two glazes are the copper red recipe's I've had the
most success with from rafael molina-rodriguez (rafael
molina-rodriguez)


Glaze name: Copper Red 2

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Color: red
Testing: Untested
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        12.5       12.50
Custer feldspar          22.4       22.40
Silica                   32.9       32.90
Colemanite               15.8       15.80
Zinc oxide                9.3        9.30
Barium carbonate          7.0        7.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Copper carbonate          2.2        2.20
Tin oxide                 1.7        1.70

Comments:

submitted by: June M. Perry e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Copper Red 3

Cone: 9
Firing: reduction
Color: red
Testing: Untested
Date: 3/26/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        42.4       42.35
Whiting                  10.5       10.46
Kaolin                    2.0        2.04
Silica                   22.7       22.70
Gerstley borate          13.3       13.27
Potash feldspar           9.2        9.18
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 1.7        1.70
Copper carbonate          0.3        0.26

Comments:

One of the 'Copper Reds' that I have used most consistantly with good
results, is one which from my reading seems to be credited to Both
Tom Coleman and Brisson. I fire this glaze to cone 10 just tipping.
If over-fired the red starts to burn out. The glaze is a strong RED,
which under heavy reduction and where it is thick tends toward an oil
spot effect. Be careful with thick pplication at the bottom of the
piece, as there is a fine point at the end of the firing where the
glaze tends to run. Presistance with this glaze is well worthwhile.
submitted by: David Stuchbery. e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Copper Red COLEMAN'S

Glaze type: Copper red
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: shiny, glossy
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Red
Date: 4/7/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   36.0       36.00
Nepheline syenite        20.4       20.43
Custer feldspar          15.6       15.57
Whiting                  15.7       15.73
Colemanite               10.8       10.80
EPK                       1.5        1.48
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Also add:

Tin oxide                 1.7        1.72
Copper carbonate          0.4        0.43

Comments:

from David Cuzick- (Silica -the finer the better to reduce crazing)
note the very small percentage of copper carb. this glaze does not need too
much reduction, it is a purple red. The formulation may need
adjusting for some clay bodies because of crazing.  David Cuzick
[email protected]


Glaze name: Copper Red Dependable

Glaze type: Copper red
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Translucent Red
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Zinc oxide (calcined)     4.6        4.60
Talc                      3.6        3.60
Whiting                  13.2       13.20
Ferro frit 3134          11.0       11.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        46.2       46.20
Silica                   16.2       16.20
EPK                       5.3        5.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Copper carbonate          0.7        0.70
Tin oxide                 1.0        1.00
Bentonite                 1.5        1.50

Comments:

Oxblood needs to be thick mp. Begin reduction at cone 012 fairly heavy and
then go into moderate reduction after cone 05 drops. Continue
moderate to light reduction until cone 10 then a brief oxidation
period of about 10 minutes. If you over-reduce it will be liver brown
and under reduced will be celadon. One solution to a problem (uneven,
spotty reduction and under reduced)we had was to turn down the gas
and air. To slow it down and reduce at the above schedule. We were
firing in an Alpine updraft with blowers and just running the same
schedule as the people who fired before us. 4 pounds pressure (natural gas) with the
blowers at 70. Something like that. But we reduced the gas and the
air and the firing was 100% better. No more spotty reduction or
unreduced pots. (I kind of miss those unwanted interesting results
though.) submitted by: John Britt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Copper Red Easy

Glaze type: Copper red (Peach bloom)
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red
Visual texture: Mottled
Date: 05/31/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          10.7       10.70
Whiting                  10.7       10.70
NC-4 feldspar            40.3       40.30
Nepheline syenite        14.8       14.80
Spodumene                 6.7        6.70
Silica                   16.8       16.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 1.0        1.00
Copper carbonate          0.3        0.30
Red iron oxide            0.1        0.10

Comments:

From Ceramics Mo Oct. 2010 article on Peach Bloom glazes by John Britt


Glaze name: Copper Red I

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Color: Translucent copper Red
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          48.2       48.18
Whiting                  13.6       13.64
Silica                   15.5       15.45
Ferro Frit 3110           9.1        9.09
Zinc oxide                4.6        4.55
Talc                      3.6        3.64
Kaolin                    5.5        5.45
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          0.9        0.91
Tin oxide                 1.4        1.36

Comments:

My experience with copper red is that what matters most is to begin
reduction at cone 012 fairly heavy and then go into moderate
reduction after cone 05 drops. Continue moderate to light reduction
until cone 10 then a brief oxidation peroid of about 10 minutes. If
you over reduce it will be liver brown and under reduced will be
celadon. One solution to a problem (uneven, spotty reduction and
under reduced)we had was to turn down the gas and air. To slow it
down and reduce at the above schedule. We were firing in an Alpine
updraft with blowers and just running the same schedule as the people
who fired before us. (It was a community center). They were firing at
4 pounds pressure (natural gas) with the blowers at 70. Something
like that. But we reduced the gas and the air and the firing was 100%
better. No more spotty reduction or unreduced pots. (I kind of miss
those unwanted interesting results though.) submitted by: John Britt
e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Copper Red Jeff's

Glaze type: Copper red (Oxblood)
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red
Visual texture: Mottled
Date: 05/31/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate          4.4        4.40
Dolomite                  8.7        8.70
Whiting                   8.4        8.40
Zinc oxide                1.7        1.70
Frit 3134                 8.7        8.70
Custer feldspar          41.9       41.90
Silica                   26.2       26.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 2.6        2.60
Copper carbonate          0.5        0.50
Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

From Ceramics Mo Oct. 2010 article on Peach Bloom glazes by John Britt. He says
an aged glaze may form crystals in the glaze and give different fired results.


Glaze name: Copper Red No. 21

Glaze type: Copper red
Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Zinc oxide                7.0        7.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
Feldspar                 68.0       68.00
EPK                       8.0        8.00
Silica                    7.0        7.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          1.0        1.00
Tin oxide                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

 glazes from John Kenney's book that I used for copper reds
and found them very interesting. No. 21, bristol glaze with Tin Oxide
2% and copper carbonate 1-2% gives a soft, smooth, red. I'm not sure
which I used F-4 or Custer. This glaze is rated at 4-8. I used a fast
cool when I fired these and all reds. submitted by: Linda Blossom
e-mail: [email protected] source for original recipe: John Kenney


Glaze name: Copper red No. 25

Glaze type: Copper red
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: shiny glossy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          26.5       26.50
Whiting                   6.5        6.50
Wollastonite              5.0        5.00
Barium carbonate          5.0        5.00
Zinc oxide                2.5        2.50
Kentucky OM #4           12.0       12.00
Borax                    13.0       13.00
Soda ash                  2.5        2.50
Silica                   27.0       27.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          1.5        1.50
Tin oxide                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

glazes from John Kenney's book that I used for copper reds
and found them very interesting. No. 25, rated at cone 8 - 12, does
well at cone 6 - less runny. With copper carbonate 1 and 1/2 % and
Tin at 1%, it gives a dependable, full, flambe. submitted by: Linda
Blossom e-mail: [email protected] source for original recipe: John
Kenney


Glaze name: Copper Red Ox Blood

Glaze type: Copper red (Sang de boeuf)
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: shiny, glossy
Color: copper red
Testing: Untested
Date: 4/7/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        42.4       42.40
Silica                   22.7       22.70
Colemanite               13.3       13.30
Whiting                  10.5       10.50
Custer feldspar           9.2        9.20
EPK                       2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Tin oxide                 1.7        1.70
Copper oxide              0.3        0.30

Comments:

this glaze needs good reduction to turn red. I use it on porcelain
most of the time. Dear fellow potters, Here are two CONE 10 reduction
copper red glazes. I have used these glazes for years, they do work,
but must be fired correctly to get the red. I will not go into the
correct firing of copper reds because it depens so much on the kiln
and burner set up you have. I have found that some kilns simply do
not produce good copper reds by any method I was able to fire them
while others produced reds easly. I fire in an Olsen 36 cu. ft. up
draft soft brick kiln with only moderate reduction and get good
consistant bright copper reds t hroughout the kiln. Good luck and
good potting. David Cuzick [email protected]


Glaze name: Copper Red Pablo's

Glaze type: Copper red
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: glossy, shiny
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          46.2       46.20
Flint                    19.8       19.80
EPK                       2.5        2.50
Whiting                   8.2        8.20
Gerstley borate          13.5       13.50
Zinc oxide                4.0        4.00
Dolomite                  5.9        5.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Tin oxide                 3.0        3.00
Copper carbonate          1.5        1.50
Ferric oxide              0.5        0.50

Comments:

another we commonly use at the Potters Studio in Berkeley. It gives a
bright red normally - a little darker perhaps than a real strawberry
red, but is pretty reliable. We start the reduction early in the
firing, usually by the time 010 is going down.. Liz Dodge
[email protected] The Potters Studio in Berkeley, CA Where the
refreshing rains have begun again... and the fire hazard is lower and
the earthquake hazard remains unpredictable.


Glaze name: Copper Red Peach Bloom

Glaze type: Copper red (Peach bloom)
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: pink to red?
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Godfrey feldspar         77.8       77.78
Colemanite               10.6       10.62
Whiting                  11.6       11.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper oxide              0.3        0.30
Tin oxide                 1.0        1.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Copper Red Peach Bloom Alan MacFarlane

Glaze type: Copper red (Peach bloom)
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red
Testing: Untested
Date: 02/16/2010

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        25.0       25.00
Whiting                  15.0       15.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
Kaolin                   15.0       15.00
Frit 3110                20.0       20.00
Frit 3124                 5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 3.0        3.00
Copper carbonate          1.0        1.00

Comments:

http://www.alanmacfarlane.com/mb/files/glaze%20recipes.htm


Glaze name: Copper Red Peach Blossom

Glaze type: Copper red (Peach bloom)
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: glossy, shiny
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Pink
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                    42.1       42.08
Nepheline syenite        27.8       27.85
Gerstley borate          17.3       17.26
Dolomite                 12.8       12.82
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Also add:

Copper carbonate          0.3        0.30
Yellow ochre              0.3        0.30
Tin oxide                 0.3        0.30
Bentonite                 1.5        1.51

Comments:

will run a little, don't overfire. Rich surface. Dean McRaine  on the
north shore of Kauai


Glaze name: Copper Red Pete's Cranberry

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Color: SemiOpaque Copper Red
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          10.2       10.20
Whiting                  11.1       11.10
Custer feldspar          73.8       73.80
Silica                    4.9        4.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 1.0        1.00
Copper carbonate          0.3        0.30
Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

Pete Pinnell: most dependable copper red. Goes a bit flambe very thick or
over-reduced. Runs less than most copper reds. What matters most is to begin
reduction at cone 012 fairly heavy and then go into moderate reduction after cone
05 drops. Continue moderate to light reduction until cone 10 then a brief
oxidation peroid of about 10 minutes. If you over reduce it will be liver brown
and under reduced will be celadon. One solution to uneven reduction and under
reduced)we had was to turn down the gas and air.
UF shop glaze.


Glaze name: Copper Red Pete's Red-Orange

Glaze type: Copper red
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red
Date: 12/06/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        48.0       48.00
Gerstley borate          14.0       14.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
Flint                    28.0       28.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          0.3        0.31
Tin oxide                 1.0        1.02

Comments:

Pete Pinnell. Flocculate to prevent settling.Runs a bit more than Pete's Cranberry.
Breaks and mottles nicely.


Glaze name: Copper Red Pete's Red-Orange test

Glaze type: Copper red
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red
Date: 12/06/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar - theoretical   48.7       50.00
Whiting                   8.6        8.80
Silica                   10.7       11.00
Frit 3134                23.0       23.60
Kaolin - theoretical      9.1        9.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      102.70

Also add:

Copper carbonate          0.3        0.30
Tin oxide                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

Pete Pinnell. Flocculate to prevent settling.Runs a bit more than Pete's Cranberry.
Breaks and mottles nicely.


Glaze name: copper red reduction glaze

Cone: 8 - 10
Date: 4/7/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              52.1       52.09
Magnesium carb            3.1        3.12
Flint                    31.3       31.25
Whiting                  13.5       13.54
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper oxide              1.0        1.04
Tin oxide                 3.1        3.12

Comments:

fire in reduction 900 c to 1300 c fire down at 1180 for 20 minutres
from Hal Harold J. McWHINNIE Email: [email protected]
(hm9) Phone:53125


Glaze name: Copper Red Sang De Boeuf

Glaze type: Copper red (Sang de boeuf)
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: oxblood red
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Godfrey feldspar         77.8       77.78
Colemanite               10.6       10.62
Whiting                  11.6       11.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper oxide              0.3        0.30
Tin oxide                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

(or Maine) Feldspar Copper oxide (0.3% of batch), Tin oxide (1.0% of
batch). The good 'ol Chinese Stoneware Glazes book by Grebanier has
allot about copper reds and peach blooms. The one formula that is for
cone 10 (most should be fired to no more that cone 9) is below. It is
a deep, semi-mat red; (when fired to cone 9, it produces a peach
bloom, somewhat more mat.) Where thick it develops a slight bluish
opalescence. Best results are achieved with a white slip under the
glaze. Also note the Godfrey or Maine feldspar: I have looked
everywhere and know now that it is no longer available. The best
substitute, as I know it, is neph syenite. Also note it's a very
runny glaze! If you decide on some Cone 9 fireings, let me know, or
try to get your hands on a copy of Grebanier. Good luck.. source for
original recipe: Grebanier submitted by: Susan Maguire e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Copper Red Tom Turner's Flambe 2

Glaze type: Copper red (Flambe)
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red
Visual texture: Mottled
Date: 05/31/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate          3.9        3.89
Dolomite                  5.6        5.56
Gerstley borate          11.1       11.12
Whiting                   8.3        8.34
Ash wood                  1.0        1.00
Zinc oxide                1.7        1.67
Kona F-4 feldspar        41.7       41.72
EPK                       1.7        1.67
Silica                   25.0       25.03
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 0.8        0.83
Copper carbonate          0.4        0.42

Comments:

From Ceramics Mo Oct. 2010 article on Peach Bloom glazes by John Britt.


Glaze name: Crackle Glaze

Cone: 9
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Color: white
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ferro frit 3269           9.9        9.90
Lithium carbonate         4.6        4.60
Calcined kaolin          16.0       16.00
EPK                       8.0        8.00
Silica                   61.5       61.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

add CMC 1 tsp (Ferro frit 3269 substituted directly for Pemco 25) At
Cone 9 it looks like the frosting on a glazed donut with only a few
bubbles. It has not moved or melted at all except for tiny areas
where it looks very nice. I was told the Frit was a direct substitute
for the Pemco #25 in the original recipe but this must have been
wrong. Any help Thanks Chris chris campbell 


Glaze name: Crackle Glaze Cone 9

Glaze type: Crackle
Cone: 9
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Color: white
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ferro frit 3269           9.9        9.90
Lithium carbonate         4.6        4.60
Calcined kaolin          16.0       16.00
EPK                       8.0        8.00
Silica                   61.5       61.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

add CMC 1 tsp (Ferro frit 3269 substituted directly for Pemco 25) At
Cone 9 it looks like the frosting on a glazed donut with only a few
bubbles. It has not moved or melted at all except for tiny areas
where it looks very nice. I was told the Frit was a direct substitute
for the Pemco #25 in the original recipe but this must have been
wrong. Any help Thanks Chris chris campbell 


Glaze name: Crackle Peter Lane's

Glaze type: Crackle
Cone: 7 - 9
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           85.0       85.00
Whiting                  15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

I'm looking for a white crackle glaze, satin or semi-mat surface. I
just tested an old glaze recipe dug up from my files. Guess
what.....no crackles, no crazing. Turned out a smooth satin white on
my porcelain at a high ^6. Couldn't believe it...and to think what I
go through some times to get rid of crazing on a functional glaze!!!
Anyone have a white crackle glaze to share? submitted by: Anne
Chambers e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: crawl Hopper

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Crawl
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 10/05/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        27.3       30.00
Frit 3134                 9.1       10.00
Magnesium carbonate      28.2       31.00
Frit 3195                 5.5        6.00
Talc                      7.3        8.00
Zinc oxide                5.5        6.00
EPK                      17.3       19.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      110.00

Comments:

I have used Robbin Hoppers LG1 (ceramic spectrum p. 211) up to cone 10 and even in
salt and it does fine. Nancy Udell 


Glaze name: crawl white

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Crawl
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 10/05/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        70.0       70.00
Magnesium carbonate      30.0       30.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

crawly glaze that looks like dried out mud. Pam Cresswell


Glaze name: Cream Matt

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: matt
Color: white
Testing: Untested
Date: 4/7/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          56.0       56.00
Whiting                  23.4       23.40
Kaolin                   20.6       20.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

PEGGY HEER email: [email protected] 9702 76 AVENUE phone:
433-0290 EDMONTON, AB. CANADA T6E 1K3
Variations --
For opaque white add 5 pts Titanium
For oatmeal tan add 5 pts. rutile


Glaze name: Crimson Reeves

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 9
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Red
Date: 07/29/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          75.0       75.00
Whiting                  15.0       15.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
Kaolin                    5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 3.0        3.00

Comments:

From Margaret Bohls. Red in oxidation, celadon-esque in reduction.
Variations --
+ 7.5% Crimson Mason Stain


Glaze name: Crystal Blue #383 Emmanuel Cooper's

Glaze type: Crystalline
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: gloss w/ crystalline
Transparency: Opaque
Color: slate blue w/crystals
Crystals: Small
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           36.8       36.84
Whiting                  10.5       10.53
Dolomite                 21.1       21.05
Flint                    31.6       31.58
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                   10.5       10.53
Bentonite                 5.3        5.26
Cobalt carbonate          1.6        1.58

Comments:

(May use Custer instead of G-200.)

Quite variable. At its best a beautiful slate blue with small crystals
(1/16) peppering the surface (green centers w/ white halo). slightly
fluid. Narrow firing range, just Knock down ^10 and leave it at that,
soak it slightly cooler. I usually soak between 2050-2150 F ( I think
my pyrometer is a little low). Soak time is important. Longer soak
and the crystals completely cover the surface. I found a 1/2 hr soak
was about right. beautiful no matter how you fire it. I've sold a lot
of this. I use Dave's porcelain from Laguna. Dean McRaine
 on the north shore of Kauai


Glaze name: Crystal C9 CR321 Snowflake

Glaze type: Crystalline
Cone: 9
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 04/19/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                57.0       57.00
Zinc oxide               25.0       25.00
Flint                    18.0       18.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Conrad "Contemporary Ceramic Formulas" . Soak for 3 hours. Snowflake crystals,
frost white. Crazes where thick.


Glaze name: Crystal Cinnamon Shiny

Glaze type: Crystalline
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Brown
Date: 03/06/01

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          47.0       47.00
Whiting                  18.0       18.00
EPK                       7.0        7.00
Silica                   28.0       28.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    6.0        6.00
Red iron oxide           10.0       10.00
Cobalt carbonate          0.5        0.50

Comments:


Glaze name: Crystal Magic - Steven Hill

Cone: 10
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Tan
Visual texture: Mottled
Flow: Moderate
Testing: Tested
Date: 12/15/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          46.0       46.00
Whiting                  17.3       17.30
Tile 6 clay              14.9       14.90
Strontium carbonate      12.6       12.60
Frit 3124                 4.6        4.60
Lithium carbonate         4.6        4.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Titanium oxide           13.8       13.80
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

tested by Nicole Gugliotti. Crystalline matte surface that runs and pulls slip
color with it in dramatic ways. Looks like melted ice cream. Moves quite a bit
and forms a bead at the bottom.


Glaze name: Crystal Shaneresque

Glaze type: Crystalline
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Brown - grey
Visual texture: Crystalline
Crystals: Medium (dispersed)
Date: 11/29/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          89.7       67.30
Whiting                   3.7        2.79
Talc                      1.8        1.35
Flint                     4.8        3.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       75.04

Also add:

Manganese dioxide        27.3       20.50
Red iron oxide            4.8        3.60

Comments:

From Peter Beasecker. Cool gracefully for best crystal formation.
Variations --
bronze: + copper carb 10% (in addition to MnO2 and RIO)


Glaze name: Crystalline Aaonsen & Johnson

Glaze type: Crystalline
Cone: 8
Firing: oxidation
Surface texture: macro crystalline
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ferro frit 3110          61.9       61.90
Zinc oxide               23.8       23.81
Silica                   14.3       14.29
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

dave eickholt 
Variations --
Plus 2% titianium dioxide will yield white add other oxides also with
titianium ex 2% copper carb. & 1/2 % cobalt carb . will give a blue
crystal /green background holding temp.after melt cone 8 should be
about 1900 to 1850 F.


Glaze name: Crystalline base

Glaze type: Crystalline
Cone: 9
Surface texture: Satin matt
Date: 10/08/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 54.8       54.70
Zinc oxide               17.7       17.70
Silica                   15.7       15.70
Whiting                  11.8       11.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

From Conrad


Glaze name: Crystalline Base Carol Sphar

Glaze type: Crystalline
Cone: 10
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 12/15/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                15.0       15.00
Pemco 283                40.0       40.00
Zinc oxide               25.0       25.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Tested by Laura Aultman. Fire quickly to c 10 oxidation. Soaking window
determines crystal shape: 2120 F to about 1880F.
fire to c 10. Cool naturally to 2040 deg F.
Cooling ramps:
1 500/hr to 2040 deg. F hold 50 min
2 500/hr to 1960 deg. F, hold 30 min.
3 500 deg/hr to 1880 deg. F, hold 15 min
4  500 deg/hr to 1840, hold 5 min.


Glaze name: Crystalline Base Celestite

Glaze type: Crystalline
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Oxidation
Crystals: Medium
Testing: Tested
Date: 12/15/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                50.5       50.00
Zinc oxide               25.3       25.00
siil                     15.2       15.00
Spodumene                 5.1        5.00
Talc theoretical          4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.00

Also add:

Titanium oxide            3.0        3.00

Comments:

Tested by Laura Aultman. Fire quickly to c 10 oxidation. Soaking window
determines crystal shape: 2120 F to about 1880F.
fire to c 10. Cool naturally to 2040 deg F.
Cooling ramps:
1 500/hr to 2040 deg. F hold 50 min
2 500/hr to 1960 deg. F, hold 30 min.
3 500 deg/hr to 1880 deg. F, hold 15 min
4  500 deg/hr to 1840, hold 5 min.


Glaze name: Crystalline base Granite

Glaze type: Crystalline
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Oxidation
Testing: Tested
Date: 12/15/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                53.3       48.00
Zinc oxide               24.4       22.00
Silica                   22.2       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       90.00

Also add:

Titanium dioxide         11.1       10.00

Comments:

Tested by Laura Aultman. Fire quickly to c 10 oxidation. Soaking window
determines crystal shape: 2120 F to about 1880F.
fire to c 10. Cool naturally to 2040 deg F.
Cooling ramps:
1 500/hr to 2040 deg. F hold 50 min
2 500/hr to 1960 deg. F, hold 30 min.
3 500 deg/hr to 1880 deg. F, hold 15 min
4  500 deg/hr to 1840, hold 5 min.


Glaze name: crystalline base Ilsley

Glaze type: Crystalline
Cone: 10
Firing: Oxidation
Testing: Tested
Date: 12/15/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                47.6       44.00
Zinc oxide               29.2       27.00
Flint                    22.7       21.00
Alumina                   0.5        0.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       92.50

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          8.6        8.00
Molochite                 0.5        0.50
Bentonite                 0.2        0.20

Comments:

This recipe says "molochite" which is porcelain grog. I wonder if the author
meant macaloid, a synthetic bentonite, which makes a lot more sense. Tested by
Laura Aultman. Fire quickly to c 10 oxidation. Soaking window determines crystal
shape: 2120 F to about 1880F.
fire to c 10. Cool naturally to 2040 deg F.
Cooling ramps:
1 500/hr to 2040 deg. F hold 50 min
2 500/hr to 1960 deg. F, hold 30 min.
3 500 deg/hr to 1880 deg. F, hold 15 min
4  500 deg/hr to 1840, hold 5 min.


Glaze name: Crystalline Base Leon Bush

Glaze type: Crystalline
Cone: 10
Firing: Oxidation
Testing: Tested
Date: 12/15/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                48.2       48.20
Zinc oxide               29.1       29.10
Silica                   21.2       21.20
EPK                       1.4        1.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          6.0        6.00

Comments:

Tested by Laura Aultman. Fire quickly to c 10 oxidation. Soaking window
determines crystal shape: 2120 F to about 1880F.
fire to c 10. Cool naturally to 2040 deg F.
Cooling ramps:
1 500/hr to 2040 deg. F hold 50 min
2 500/hr to 1960 deg. F, hold 30 min.
3 500 deg/hr to 1880 deg. F, hold 15 min
4  500 deg/hr to 1840, hold 5 min.


Glaze name: Crystalline base Norkin

Glaze type: Crystalline
Cone: 10
Firing: Oxidation
Testing: Tested
Date: 12/15/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate         0.2        0.20
Zinc oxide               32.8       32.80
Frit 3110                49.6       49.60
Flint                    17.4       17.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.5        2.50

Comments:

Tested by Laura Aultman. Fire quickly to c 10 oxidation. Soaking window
determines crystal shape: 2120 F to about 1880F.
fire to c 10. Cool naturally to 2040 deg F.
Cooling ramps:
1 500/hr to 2040 deg. F hold 50 min
2 500/hr to 1960 deg. F, hold 30 min.
3 500 deg/hr to 1880 deg. F, hold 15 min
4  500 deg/hr to 1840, hold 5 min.


Glaze name: Crystalline Base Sawhill

Glaze type: Crystalline
Cone: 10
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 12/15/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Zinc oxide               25.8       25.80
Spodumene                 1.6        1.60
Frit 3110                50.6       50.50
EPK                       1.6        1.60
Silica                   20.4       20.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          8.6        8.60
Bentonite                 1.6        1.60

Comments:

Tested by Laura Aultman. Fire quickly to c 10 oxidation. Soaking window
determines crystal shape: 2120 F to about 1880F.
fire to c 10. Cool naturally to 2040 deg F.
Cooling ramps:
1 500/hr to 2040 deg. F hold 50 min
2 500/hr to 1960 deg. F, hold 30 min.
3 500 deg/hr to 1880 deg. F, hold 15 min
4  500 deg/hr to 1840, hold 5 min.


Glaze name: Crystalline base Tin Foil

Glaze type: Crystalline
Cone: 10
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Testing: Tested
Date: 12/15/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                53.8       50.00
Zinc oxide               26.9       25.00
Silica                   19.4       18.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       93.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 2.2        2.00

Comments:

Tested by Laura Aultman. Fire quickly to c 10 oxidation. Soaking window
determines crystal shape: 2120 F to about 1880F.
fire to c 10. Cool naturally to 2040 deg F.
Cooling ramps:
1 500/hr to 2040 deg. F hold 50 min
2 500/hr to 1960 deg. F, hold 30 min.
3 500 deg/hr to 1880 deg. F, hold 15 min
4  500 deg/hr to 1840, hold 5 min.


Glaze name: Crystalline Base West

Glaze type: Crystalline
Cone: 10
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 12/15/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                51.5       51.50
Zinc oxide               25.8       25.80
Flint                    22.7       22.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          5.2        5.20

Comments:

Tested by Laura Aultman. Fire quickly to c 10 oxidation. Soaking window
determines crystal shape: 2120 F to about 1880F.
fire to c 10. Cool naturally to 2040 deg F.
Cooling ramps:
1 500/hr to 2040 deg. F hold 50 min
2 500/hr to 1960 deg. F, hold 30 min.
3 500 deg/hr to 1880 deg. F, hold 15 min
4  500 deg/hr to 1840, hold 5 min.


Glaze name: Crystalline Derek Clarkson

Glaze type: Crystalline
Cone: 6
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 05/21/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                44.4       44.00
Zinc oxide               33.3       33.00
Flint                    21.2       21.00
Alumina hydrate           0.4        0.40
Kaolin                    0.6        0.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.00

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          6.1        6.00

Comments:

Variations --
1. copper carb 6%
2. Copper Carb .4% + Manganese Diox 1.2%
3. copper carb 3.5% + cobalt Carbonate .5%


Glaze name: Crystalline Glaze Hewitt

Cone: 9
Surface texture: crystalline
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ferro frit 3110          52.1       52.08
Zinc oxide               26.0       26.04
Silica                   20.8       20.83
China clay                1.0        1.04
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          5.2        5.21

Comments:

Note that this glaze did not have a cone specified, but it appears to
be a cone 9 glaze. I do not have experience with crystalline glazes
but I do know of an excellent article that appeared in Ceramic Review
No.137 (Sept/Oct 1992) by Derek Clarkson. His recipes are all based
on the previous approximate percentages. The china clay was listed as
China Clay/Alumina Colouring Oxides - cobalt, copper and manganese
most often used, followed by iron and nickel. The article gives ten
specific recipes around the above with colour illustrations to show
the very dramatic crystal effects. For each of these examples the
article also gives the firing details of the times of crystal growing
periods and the diameter of the largest crystal. There is also a mass
of detail on the application of the glazes with copious
illustrations. Derek Clarkson says that Porcelain bodies are the most
suitable. White stoneware bodies can also be used but the crystals
are smaller. If you are unable to get sight of a copy of this article
please contact me by e-mail if you want further information.
submitted by: David Hewitt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Crystalline Hewitt

Glaze type: Crystalline
Cone: 9
Surface texture: crystalline
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ferro frit 3110          52.1       52.08
Zinc oxide               26.0       26.04
Silica                   20.8       20.83
China clay                1.0        1.04
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          5.2        5.21

Comments:

Note that this glaze did not have a cone specified, but it appears to
be a cone 9 glaze. I do not have experience with crystalline glazes
but I do know of an excellent article that appeared in Ceramic Review
No.137 (Sept/Oct 1992) by Derek Clarkson. The china clay was listed as
China Clay/Alumina Colouring Oxides - cobalt, copper and manganese
most often used, followed by iron and nickel. The article gives ten
specific recipes around the above with colour illustrations to show
the very dramatic crystal effects. For each of these examples the
article also gives the firing details of the times of crystal growing
periods and the diameter of the largest crystal. There is also a mass
of detail on the application of the glazes with copious
illustrations. Derek Clarkson says that Porcelain bodies are the most
suitable. White stoneware bodies can also be used but the crystals
are smaller. If you are unable to get sight of a copy of this article
please contact me by e-mail if you want further information.
submitted by: David Hewitt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Cushing Matte

Cone: 9 - 10
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          23.6       23.64
Dolomite                 28.2       28.18
Kaolin                   28.2       28.18
Whiting                  13.6       13.64
Silica                    6.4        6.36
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Does anyone have a glaze that is or looks very much like the glaze on
Ken Ferguson's casserole on page 58 of the current (June) CM. I'm not
promising the rights to my firstborn, but I'd sure be grateful! Looks
to me like a typical matte like Cushing Matte which follows, over a
body with pretty good chunks of Manganese Dioxide in it. This glaze,
probably from Val Cushing, easily dates from that period. Cone 9-10
reduction submitted by: Brad Sondahl e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Dark Blue Gloss

Cone: 10
Color: Blue
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        43.5       43.51
Silica                   28.1       28.12
Whiting                  18.2       18.24
Kaolin                   10.1       10.13
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00
Red iron oxide            1.0        1.00

Comments:

Here is a recipe for a reliable glossy dark blue. I have fired it in
gas and wood and it works well either way. submitted by: Debbie
Vacchi e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Daryl's Dry Glaze

Cone: 10
Surface texture: Dry Matte
Color: Opaque White
Date: 9/20/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

EPK                      44.4       44.44
Alumina                  44.4       44.44
Silica                    5.6        5.56
Custer feldspar           5.6        5.56
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Use calcined alumina (as opposed to Alumina hydrate? Ed.). added to
this for colorants: cobalt carbonate 1%,(blue) copper carbonate 4%
(red to green), rutile 4% (light brown) among others. Recently, I
have been experimenting with some glazes which are variations on my
kiln wash receipe of 50% e.p.k. and 50% calcined alumina. I fire this
to cone 10 in soda. submitted by: Daryl Mccracken e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Dunham Shiny

Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Blue
Visual texture: Mottled
Flow: Moderate
Flaws: Pinholes
Date: 04/17/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          47.0       47.00
Whiting                  18.0       18.00
EPK                       7.0        7.00
Flint                    28.0       28.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    4.6        4.60
Red iron oxide            4.6        4.60
Copper carbonate          0.5        0.50

Comments:

Mottled blue breaking to orange. Pretty color, but prone to pinholing, esp. when
thick.


Glaze name: DynaWhite - Ian anderson

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Visual texture: Mottled
Testing: Tested
Date: 12/15/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                 7.5        7.50
Spodumene                22.0       22.00
F-4 spar                 11.0       11.00
Wollastonite              8.5        8.50
Talc theoretical         21.0       21.00
EPK                       9.0        9.00
Silica                   21.0       21.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Tested by Nicole Gugliotti. From waxy translucent white to a textured more
mottled frosty look thicker. A great clotted white glaze that has good
white-on-white marshmallow effect on porcelain.Stains show.


Glaze name: F. Black:

Cone: 8 - 10
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Color: blue to black
Date: 8/8/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          32.7       32.69
Silica                   32.7       32.69
Whiting                  15.4       15.38
Kentucky OM #4            9.6        9.62
EPK                       9.6        9.62
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            8.0        8.00
Cobalt carbonate          3.8        3.80

Comments:

The only black I see in Coleman's recipe book that mentions breaking
blue ^8-10 reduction Shiny jet black with a slight metallic surface.
If it is used thinly over a light colored stoneware or porcelain it
will tend to break blue over edges. It will shift slightly at cone
10. joyce lee, jim lee 


Glaze name: Fake ash - Martell

Cone: 10
Surface texture: runny fake ash
Color: gray?
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                  8.0        8.00
Whiting                  34.0       34.00
Potash feldspar           5.0        5.00
Kaolin                   33.0       33.00
Silica                   20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Here's one that I formulated and have used for a number of years. It
is best applied by spraying but can be dipped, poured, etc. You have
to work with the thickness to got the desired result. A light
application will orange peel like a salt glaze while heavier
applications will run. Too much thickness and you will get
blistering. This glaze works well with most oxides. It also works
best on porcelain or with white slips but don't be afraid to try
anything...you never know. You can get this glaze to work at cone 8
and 9 by substituting Ball Clay for Kaolin. You might want to do a
sub at cone 10 as well to observe the difference. Regards, Craig
Martell-Oregon



Glaze name: Fake Avery Flashing Slip #4

Cone: 8 - 10
Surface texture: Slip or Engobe
Color: Opaque Red orange

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        20.0       20.00
China clay               30.0       30.00
Calcined kaolin          30.0       30.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

This variant was suggested by Jeremy Nudell Kalin on ClayArt, who
tested it and said it worked quite well over a typical light colored
saltglazing body in a kiln fired with soda ash and a little rock salt
at the end.


Glaze name: Ferg Yellow

Cone: 10
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          46.3       46.30
Dolomite                 15.0       15.00
Whiting                   9.2        9.20
Bone ash                  7.4        7.40
Kaolin                   22.2       22.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Zircopax                  7.4        7.40
Red iron oxide            1.1        1.10
Rutile                    1.1        1.10

Comments:

submitted by: Ruth Ballou e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Feuilles d'automne

Glaze type: Stoneware
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Autumn leaves: yellow-green and reddish
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 03/12/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              56.8       56.80
Dolomite                 13.6       13.60
Whiting                  10.6       10.60
Zinc oxide (calc.)        3.0        3.00
EPK                      16.0       16.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Ilmenite                  2.0        2.00
Rutile                    2.0        2.00
Black iron oxide          2.0        2.00

Comments:

Reliable "autumn leaves" glaze. The same color as the leaves that we
have to pick up every fall, our house is surrounded by maple trees.
The name of the street we live on is Des Erables and maple in french
is érable. It is the same glaze base as Mag.

*How long have you been using this glaze?  4 years

*Where did this recipe come from?  My own experimentation

*What do you like most about this glaze?
 It is the very special colors wich may vary depending on the color
of the underlying claybody and on the amount of reduction

*Is this glaze reliable?  100%

*Does this glaze tend to craze/crawl/pinhole/etc.?  No.It has no surface flaws.

*How does the glaze behave on different clay bodies?
Darker on darker bodies and lighter on light bodies.

*What consistency should the glaze be for pouring/dipping?  Thin to medium

*How thickly should the glaze be applied to the pot?  Thin to medium

*What is your kiln type and size?
 Downdraft,propane and atmospheric,60 cubic feet

*How do you typically fire?
 Oxidation until clay reduction at cone 08, then light reduction
increasing with time until the final and total reduction of 20
minutes, followed by a period of reoxidation of 20 minutes.

*GlazeBase recipe*
 Submitted by: Edouard Bastarache ([email protected])


Glaze name: Flasho Rama

Cone: 8-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 11/29/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        80.0       80.00
Dolomite                 12.0       12.00
Kona F-4 feldspar         4.0        4.00
Flint                     4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                10.0       10.00

Comments:

Glaze that is prone to flashing from copper or chrome fuming in firing.
From Peter Beasecker


Glaze name: Freer Sample 11

Cone: 9 - 10
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          62.6       62.63
EPK                      18.4       18.39
Silica                   14.3       14.31
Whiting                   3.3        3.28
Dolomite                  1.4        1.39
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: George's Strawberry Crush

Cone: 9
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Color: red/ blue/ purple/ white
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          45.5       45.50
Flint                    25.3       25.30
Whiting                  14.1       14.10
Zinc oxide                4.0        4.00
Ferro frit 3134           7.1        7.10
Barium carbonate          2.0        2.00
Lithium carbonate         2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Tin oxide                 1.0        1.00
Copper carbonate          0.6        0.60

Comments:

These are glazes I got on Maui. I make no claims regarding these
glazes' reliability or safety. I don't know of their origin. These
are in use at Hui No'Eau in Makawao, Maui. Sam Tomich


Glaze name: GG Base

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 9
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Date: 10/17/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                    33.7       33.50
Custer feldspar          23.1       23.00
Dolomite                 14.6       14.50
Kaolin                   12.6       12.50
Whiting                  11.1       11.00
Barium carbonate          1.0        1.00
Gerstley borate           4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.50

Also add:

Tin oxide                 0.5        0.50

Comments:

Shiny translucent to opaque. Nice variations. I use the yellow-green as a
complement to Green Sparkle VC Matt Revised.
From Margaret Bohls
Variations --
green: + copper 3%, + vanadium Mason stain 7%
yellow-green: + copper 1.5%, + vanadium Mason stain 9%


Glaze name: glaze calc test

Date: 03/26/2010

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar - theoretical   21.2       21.25
Whiting                  15.9       15.92
Kaolin - theoretical     20.8       20.80
Silica                   42.0       42.04
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Gloss Dark Blue

Cone: 10
Color: dark blue
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        43.5       43.50
Silica                   28.1       28.10
Whiting                  18.2       18.20
Kaolin                   10.1       10.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00
Red iron oxide            1.0        1.00

Comments:

Here is a recipe for a reliable glossy dark blue. I have fired it in
gas and wood and it works well either way. submitted by: Debbie
Vacchi e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Glossy Black #1223

Cone: 10
Surface texture: glossy
Color: black
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate          2.5        2.50
Whiting                  16.0       16.00
Custer feldspar          49.5       49.50
Kentucky OM #4           10.0       10.00
Silica                   22.0       22.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chrome oxide              1.3        1.28
Cobalt oxide              4.9        4.93
Manganese dioxide         2.5        2.46
Red iron oxide            5.0        4.96

Comments:

submitted by: June M. Perry e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Glossy Deep Blue Green

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: satin to glossy
Color: deep teal blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                  23.3       23.30
G-200 feldspar           27.2       27.20
EPK                      19.2       19.20
Flint                    27.3       27.30
Zinc oxide                3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

chrome oxide              0.3        0.30
Cobalt carbonate          1.4        1.40

Comments:

Deep teal over stoneware deep blue with slip. Satin to almost gloss
glaze Well I finally got around to typing this thing up...^9-10 Blues
Thank you one and all for all the donated recipes. I only tested 31
out of almost 100 I received. I'll continue testing and reporting as
the winter DRAGS on. All the glazes were tested on #900 Miller clay
which is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One side of the test tile was
brushed with a thick coating of Cynthia Bringle's wet/dry white slip.
Each glaze was dipped in three thicknesses on a heavily textured
tile. All tiles were fired to a (hard)^9 (10 tipping)reduction
firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08 and 1 hr. glaze reduction at ^9
then a quick reox. before shutdown. Any time potash or Custer spar is
called for, I used G-200. All ball clay is OM-4 . Many glazes I
substituted 75% of the amount of Barium with Strontium. All kaolin is
EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel well. Your results will probably
be TOTALLY different. Please test before use. Tracy Wilson Saltbox
Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME 04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax:
207-442-8922 email: [email protected] web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Gold Liner

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          34.9       34.91
Dolomite                 19.7       19.72
Whiting                   3.1        3.12
EPK kaolin               23.2       23.24
Flint                    19.0       19.01
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 10.1       10.06
Bentonite                 2.0        2.01
Red iron oxide            3.0        3.02

Comments:

Here is a GOLD LINER glaze that was used at the University of
Louisville. I am not sure that it is a Shaner glaze, but we used a
lot of his reds, yellows and oranges, so I'm guessing that it might
be. As I remember, this glaze gave a completely different surface on
porcelain than stoneware. Both were very nice though. doug Douglas E.
Gray, Assistant Professor of Art P.O. Box 100547 Department of Fine
Arts and Mass Communication Francis Marion Univeristy Florence, South
Carolina 29501-0547 [email protected] 803/661-1535


Glaze name: Gold Metallic Reynold's

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 6-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Metallic Bronze
Visual texture: Mottled
Flow: Extreme
Testing: Tested
Date: 02/20/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   85.7       60.00
Ball clay                 7.1        5.00
Flint                     7.1        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       70.00

Also add:

Manganese dioxide        64.3       45.00
Copper oxide              7.1        5.00
Cobalt oxide              7.1        5.00

Comments:

From Craig Reynolds. Runs a lot at cone 10, but lovely waxy to matt surface. NOT
for food. Calls for black copper oxide.


Glaze name: Gold Shaner

Glaze type: Calcium matt
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Gold to Red
Testing: Untested
Source: Val Cushing VC ed. via GlazeBase
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          52.0       52.00
EPK                       7.0        7.00
Calcined kaolin          16.0       16.00
Whiting                  21.0       21.00
Talc                      4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Iron oxide                2.5        2.50
Rutile                    2.5        2.50
Bone ash                  3.0        3.00

Comments:

This is related to Shaner Red.
Variations --
Shaner Pumpkin is the above formula plus 4.5 Rutile and 4.5 Iron.


Glaze name: Goodrich Mediterranean Blue

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Color: teal blue to black
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           33.3       33.30
Whiting                  25.0       25.00
Kentucky OM #4           12.5       12.50
Flint                    25.0       25.00
Zinc oxide                4.2        4.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          5.0        5.00
Chrome oxide              2.5        2.50

Comments:

from Don Satin smooth gloss. Deep teal (thick) to black(thin) Well I
finally got around to typing this thing up...^9-10 Blues Thank you
one and all for all the donated recipes. I only tested 31 out of
almost 100 I received. I'll continue testing and reporting as the
winter DRAGS on. All the glazes were tested on #900 Miller clay which
is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One side of the test tile was brushed with
a thick coating of Cynthia Bringle's wet/dry white slip. Each glaze
was dipped in three thicknesses on a heavily textured tile. All tiles
were fired to a (hard)^9 (10 tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body
reduction at ^08 and 1 hr. glaze reduction at ^9 then a quick reox.
before shutdown. Any time potash or Custer spar is called for, I used
G-200. All ball clay is OM-4 . Many glazes I substituted 75% of the
amount of Barium with Strontium. All kaolin is EPK. Remember...
glazes don't travel well. Your results will probably be TOTALLY
different. Please test before use. Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4
Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME 04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922
email: [email protected] web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Gray-White Translucent

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 8
Surface texture: semimatt
Color: Gray white
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 40.0       40.00
Whiting                  18.0       18.00
Cornwall Stone           18.0       18.00
Tennessee #1 ball clay   20.0       20.00
Magnesium carbonate       4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

Add C.M.C. 1 tsp I have had trouble with pinholing over underglaze
and slip,too. I fire to ^8 ox. on Sheffield's T3 body. When I use
Amaco underglaze or a slip made from the clay body, bisqued to ^06
and then put Translucent Gray-White semi-matte over it, pinholing
occurs only over the underglaze or slip. I suspect the problem lies
with the gases escaping from the slip and underglaze but I don't know
how to deal with this. I have a Paragon kiln with a computer control
hoobee but it doesn't have a soak option (if I had only known!).
submitted by: Leona Stonebridge Arthen e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Gray-White Translucent

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 8
Surface texture: semimatt
Color: Gray white
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 40.0       40.00
Whiting                  18.0       18.00
Cornwall Stone           18.0       18.00
Tennessee #1 ball clay   20.0       20.00
Magnesium carbonate       4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

Add C.M.C. 1 tsp I have had trouble with pinholing over underglaze
and slip,too. I fire to ^8 ox. on Sheffield's T3 body. When I use
Amaco underglaze or a slip made from the clay body, bisqued to ^06
and then put Translucent Gray-White semi-matte over it, pinholing
occurs only over the underglaze or slip. I suspect the problem lies
with the gases escaping from the slip and underglaze but I don't know
how to deal with this. I have a Paragon kiln with a computer control
hoobee but it doesn't have a soak option (if I had only known!).
submitted by: Leona Stonebridge Arthen e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Green Veerkamp 1

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: green
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Red clay                 21.7       21.70
Custer feldspar          46.2       46.23
Whiting                  18.9       18.87
Talc                      3.8        3.77
Bone ash                  4.7        4.72
Gerstley borate           4.7        4.72
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Also add:

Red iron oxide            2.8        2.83

Comments:

This is one of my favorite
green glazes that I used successfully for a number of years on c10
production ware. It's a medium to dark green gloss that breaks nicely
on dark clays; pools dark green to sometimes blue. Looks good on
porcelain also. ***Castle Rock red is (was) a clay mined in Castle
Rock, CO, and used to be available from Mile-Hi Ceramics in Denver.
It was a sorta dull mustard yellow in the unfired state and fired to
a toasty terra cotta red at c1-2. A friend of mine substituted Red
Art for the CRR and the results were much the same (though not
exactly). submitted by: Patrick Veerkamp e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Green black matt - Brandeis

Cone: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Color: green black
Testing: Untested
Date: 01/01/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        74.3       74.26
Zinc oxide                2.0        1.98
Dolomite                  5.0        4.95
Whiting                   3.0        2.97
EPK                       6.9        6.93
Flint (325m)              8.9        8.91
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          4.0        3.96
Cobalt oxide              3.0        2.97
Rutile                    9.9        9.90

Comments:

one Type: Orton Clay Color/Type: Brown stoneware Clarity: Opaque
Crystals: None Clustered, Dispersed Bubbles Within Glaze: No Glaze
Flow: Little flow Glaze Type: MEASURED Thermal Expansion: - What
Makes This Glaze Unique: It is an extremely intriguing glaze because
of the variety of color and surface quality that it yields depending
on the clay color, thickness of the glaze and whether or not it
overlaps another glaze. - Firing data: only tested at cone 6 and 7 -
Surface quality variations: Applied thickly, the color is almost a
gun metal black with a waxy to satin matt finish over buff, brown and
porcelain clays. Lighter coats, especially over buff clays yield
greens and blues and almost a glossy surface. - Kiln size,
manufacture and type: Skutt 1027 - Effects of firing to different
cones: - Coloring oxides, stains and opacifiers tested: - Known glaze
flaws: - Apparent viscosity for pouring and dipping: - Application
thickness: Depends on the desired effect. It can be dipped, but
brushing yields more interesting effects and greater color variety. -
Effects on different clay bodies: See above - Interactive effect with
other glazes: One of the most exciting effects develops when using
this over a white glaze covering porcelain clay. An extremely light
coat brushed on yields bright sea blues and greens with patches of
almost gold. Over the same white glaze on buff clay, the cobalt blue
dominates. (The white glaze I use tends to turn virtually clear over
buff or brown clay, leaving a glossy, faintly white blue finish.) -
Specific gravity of glaze for pouring and dipping: - Water


Glaze name: Green Cobalt (from CM)

Cone: 10
Color: rich green
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate           2.0        2.00
Whiting                   5.0        5.00
Nepheline syenite        70.0       70.00
Petalite                 15.0       15.00
Ball clay                 8.0        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00
Rutile                    2.0        2.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Nice, rich, appealing. Unlike any green you've ever seen. Breaks
white over raised decoration. Viscosity is important as glaze varies
with thickness. Thick=bright green, medium=dark green,
thin=grey-blue. I use Dave's porcelain from Laguna. Dean McRaine
 on the north shore of Kauai


Glaze name: Green Coleman Apple

Glaze type: Ca K Celadon 4-3-2-1
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Green Celadon
Testing: Untested
Source: Val Cushing VC ed. via GlazeBase
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

K-200 feldspar           44.0       44.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Whiting                  18.0       18.00
Flint                    28.0       28.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            1.0        1.00

Comments:

This is a 4,3,2,1, slightly revised. The original Tom Coleman Green
had 0.25% Chrome oxide to get that green green celadon.


Glaze name: Green Cushing

Cone: 10
Date: 02/22/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           46.0       46.00
Whiting                  34.0       34.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 4.0        4.00
Copper carbonate          4.0        4.00

Comments:

From Susan Harris


Glaze name: Green Dark Aquamarine Goldberg

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 9
Firing: Reduction
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Blue-green
Date: 04/25/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 56.0       56.00
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
Ball clay                 2.0        2.00
Spodumene                 7.0        7.00
Bone ash                  4.0        4.00
Gerstley borate           5.0        5.00
Calcined kaolin           6.0        6.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chromium oxide            0.5        0.50
Cobalt carbonate          0.5        0.50
Nickel carbonate          0.1        0.05

Comments:

From Scott Goldberg. Orig. calls for p spar.


Glaze name: Green Deep

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Green
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Bone ash                  4.8        4.76
Gerstley borate           8.6        8.57
Whiting                   4.8        4.76
Kona F-4 Soda Feldspar   63.8       63.81
Flint                    13.3       13.33
Zinc oxide                4.8        4.76
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Also add:

Red iron oxide            1.9        1.90
Cobalt oxide              0.2        0.24
Chrome oxide              0.5        0.48

Comments:

This base glaze gives great color response. The colors you get will depend a lot
on your claybody and your firing schedule.  june perry
Variations --
For dark Speckled green on stoneware, hunter on
porcelain add: 2 % red iron oxide .25 Cobalt oxide .50 Chrome oxide
Another beautiful green would be to add: 1% red iron oxide .25 cobalt
oxide 1 chrome oxide 5% Tin oxide For a great warm, speckled, reddish
brown, add: 2% Red Iron Oxide and 2% Copper Oxide. This base recipe
makes a good blue celadon with the addtion of 2% Black Iron oxide. If
you want it bluer you can do a variation with 1-2% black iron oxide
and .25% cobalt carbonate. It is also a good rutile blue with
variations from 1-4% Rutile and !-2% Yellow ochre, or Red Iron.
oxide. This base is also reactive with copper so you can get nice
flashing with just a hint to copper brushwork on a pot on the celadon
colors. You may want to do some variations using another sodaspar as
well.


Glaze name: Green Glaze

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Color: light transparent green
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           37.5       37.54
Flint                    26.0       26.03
EPK                      15.6       15.62
Talc                      6.5        6.51
Whiting                  14.3       14.31
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Also add:

Red iron oxide            2.0        2.00

Comments:

Gee, I got worried that Mel had been chased out of town. I get tired
of shadow boxing with myself and worried that a worthy sparing
partner had gone off to Nagano to play hockey. The definition of a
Canadian is a guy that is 50 years old and still thinks he is going
to make the NHL. To welcome him back with his thoughts on a web page
I am offering him some green Mel was waiting for Ron Roy to supply a
Celedon glaze. Rather than wait I'm going to give you ours except we
call it green. I could send you a nice temmoku glaze that we use and
guess what we call it. You guessed it , that's our black glaze. Mel
had mentioned some time ago that he was not getting the iron content
right. We found that with this glaze what makes it spectacular is the
seiving. We first seive thru 80 mesh and then twice thru 150 mesh. It
is dynamite on porcelain . Good with oxides or shows up details under
the surface. Also very good on stoneware. Nice hard, durable glaze
Cone 9-10. May your pots be green and your leaves celedon. Cheers,
tony clennell 


Glaze name: Green Hamada

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: soda
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Green
Date: 10/02/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate         22.1       24.20
Whiting                   9.3       10.20
Custer feldspar          54.8       59.90
Kentucky OM #4            5.3        5.80
Zinc oxide                8.5        9.24
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      109.34

Also add:

Copper carbonate          2.8        3.07
Red iron oxide            2.7        2.91
Rutile                    2.1        2.30

Comments:

From Sam Chung. Good in soda.
NOT FOR FOOD USE


Glaze name: Green Hunter/Forest

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: gloss
Color: varies
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Alberta slip             45.0       45.00
Whiting                  25.0       25.00
Silica                   20.0       20.00
Custer feldspar          10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                23.0       23.00

Comments:

Albany-type clear with a nice glassy transparent surface.  I have been running
color tests on this glaze for the past 6 months. Will it ever stop- I doubt it.
One of the most interesting surfaces, both in color and in texture, was done with
5% Laguna Forest Green stain. I have no idea where this stain came from-
unfortunately the bag looked rather old. Keep it pretty ding-dang thin, else
you're likely to be chipping shelves. submitted by: Jeremy Nudell Kalin, e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Green Mint Satin S- Chung

Cone: 10
Firing: Salt - Soda
Date: 01/07/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate          7.1        7.70
Whiting                  14.3       15.40
Kona F-4 feldspar        35.7       38.50
Nepheline syenite        21.4       23.10
EPK                      14.3       15.40
Zinc oxide                7.1        7.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      107.80

Also add:

Copper carbonate          0.5        0.50

Comments:

from Sam Chung. Purplish in soda reduction.


Glaze name: Green Mint Satin S- Chung

Cone: 10
Firing: Salt - Soda
Date: 01/07/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate          7.1        7.70
Whiting                  14.3       15.40
Kona F-4 feldspar        35.7       38.50
Nepheline syenite        21.4       23.10
EPK                      14.3       15.40
Zinc oxide                7.1        7.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      107.80

Also add:

Copper carbonate          0.5        0.50

Comments:

from Sam Chung. Purplish in soda reduction.


Glaze name: Green Moss

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Green
Flow: Moderate
Flaws: Crazes
Testing: Untested
Date: 08/31/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Bone ash                  1.1        1.10
Talc                      7.8        7.80
Whiting                  22.4       22.40
Custer feldspar          30.9       30.90
Kaolin                   12.6       12.60
Flint                    25.3       25.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Copper carbonate          5.5        5.50

Comments:


Glaze name: Green Oribe

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Color: translucent green
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          30.9       30.90
Flint                    25.3       25.30
Whiting                  22.4       22.40
Talc theoretical          7.8        7.80
EPK                      12.6       12.60
Bone ash                  1.1        1.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Copper carbonate          6.5        6.50

Comments:

The best Oribe I've found. A beautiful translucent green. Works best on whire
stonewares or porcelains.Rafael Molina-Rodriguez
[email protected]
NOT FOR FOOD USE


Glaze name: Green Oribe 2

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: green
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          80.0       80.00
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          5.0        5.00

Comments:

It produces nice deep green with, sometimes, metalic shine. submitted
by: Kaname Takada e-mail: [email protected]
NOT FOR FOOD USE


Glaze name: Green Oribe 3

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: green
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          31.8       31.80
Silica                   25.7       25.70
Whiting                  22.6       22.60
Talc theoretical          7.7        7.70
Kaolin                   12.3       12.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Copper carbonate          5.8        5.80

Comments:

submitted by: Richard Gralnik e-mail: [email protected]
original source El Camino College
NOT FOR FOOD USE


Glaze name: GREEN ORIBE 4

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10?
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: shiny, glossy
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: green
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                    17.3       17.30
OM-4 ball clay           10.8       10.80
Whiting                   9.7        9.70
Dolomite                  6.5        6.50
Custer feldspar          22.7       22.70
F-4 feldspar             18.9       18.90
Barium carbonate         14.1       14.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                  8.1        8.10
tin                       4.3        4.30
Copper carbonate          6.5        6.50

Comments:

NOT FOR FOOD USE


Glaze name: Green Oribe 5

Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Green
Date: 10/01/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          32.0       32.00
Whiting                  24.0       24.00
Silica                   24.0       24.00
EPK                      12.0       12.00
Zinc oxide                8.0        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          8.0        8.00

Comments:

Clay Times May/June 2002.  Jade green, transparent, glossy glaze.  Crazes on some
clays when fired at higher temps.  Great over white or blue slip.
NOT FOR FOOD USE


Glaze name: Green Oribe Limestone

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Green
Date: 01/16/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           49.0       49.00
Whiting                  15.0       15.00
EPK                      12.0       12.00
Flint                    24.0       24.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          7.0        7.00

Comments:

From Katheryn Finnerty
NOT FOR FOOD USE


Glaze name: Green Randy's

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Date: 02/18/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                    17.5       19.20
Ball clay                10.9       12.00
Whiting                   9.5       10.50
Dolomite                  6.6        7.30
Barium carbonate         13.6       15.00
Custer feldspar          22.7       25.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        19.1       21.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      110.00

Also add:

Zircopax                  8.2        9.00
Copper carbonate          5.5        6.00
Tin oxide                 3.6        4.00

Comments:

Shiny, sometimes metallic in soda. From Ruthann Tudball's "Soda Glazing".
NOT FOR FOOD USE


Glaze name: Green Reeves

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: green
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          75.0       75.00
Whiting                  15.0       15.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
Kaolin                    5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chrome oxide              4.0        4.00

Comments:

Opaque chrome green. Known as "Mean Green" in UF shop.
If traiiled over Saturated iron glazes, you get a silvery halo where they meet.
Variations --
Sarah Jaeger's teal: + 1.5 Chrome + 1 cobalt carb


Glaze name: Green Reitz Matt

Glaze type: Na Ca Feldspathic
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox or Red
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: green
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        70.0       70.00
Whiting                   5.0        5.00
Gerstley borate           2.0        2.00
Petalite                 15.0       15.00
Clay                      8.0        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00
Rutile                    2.0        2.00

Comments:

Thin = dark almost black; thick = smooth yellow green Amazing glaze!
Sometimes shivers. Glaze Type: Na Ca Feldspathic. Opacity: Semi-opaque. Firing
type: Ox or Red From Val Cushing. VC ed
Pete Pinnell: forest green that breaks with just a hint of blue at edges.
Variations --
1% Cobalt=soft medium blue; 3% Rutile=soft grey blue.


Glaze name: Green Reitz Matt no GB no petalite

Glaze type: Na Ca Feldspathic
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox or Red
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: green
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        68.8       68.80
Spodumene                10.1       10.10
Whiting                   4.6        4.60
EPK                       6.5        6.50
Frit 3124                 5.7        5.70
Flint                     4.3        4.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00
Rutile                    2.0        2.00

Comments:

Thin = dark almost black; thick = smooth yellow green Amazing glaze!
Sometimes shivers. Glaze Type: Na Ca Feldspathic. Opacity: Semi-opaque. Firing
type: Ox or Red From Val Cushing, in John Britt's "High-Fire Glazes"
Pete Pinnell: forest green that breaks with just a hint of blue at edges.
Variations --
1% Cobalt=soft medium blue; 3% Rutile=soft grey blue.


Glaze name: Green Rob's

Cone: 9 - 11
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: gloss
Color: green
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           71.4       71.43
Whiting                  17.1       17.14
Gerstley borate           4.8        4.76
Strontium carbonate       6.7        6.67
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          9.5        9.52
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

In my kiln this is a glossy forest/hunter green in the ^9-11 range
submitted by: Dave Eitel e-mail: [email protected]
NOT FOR FOOD USE


Glaze name: Green Salt Shino

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Salt
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        45.0       45.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        10.8       10.80
Spodumene                15.2       15.20
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Soda ash                  4.0        4.00
Redart clay              15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Green Sana's (original formula)

Cone: 6 - 10
Firing: reduction
Color: green
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          30.0       30.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
Colemanite               12.0       12.00
Barium carbonate          8.0        8.00
Magnesium carbonate       3.0        3.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Silica                   32.0       32.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 3.0        3.00
Copper carbonate          5.0        5.00
Rutile                    5.0        5.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

A few people asked me for the *original* Sana's Green recipe, so here
it is. Richard Gralnik


Glaze name: Green Sana's (revised for C10R)

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: green
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           28.1       26.80
Flint                    26.4       25.20
Gerstley borate          19.1       18.20
Wollastonite             11.1       10.60
EPK                       6.9        6.60
Strontium carbonate       5.9        5.60
Talc (NY)                 2.6        2.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       95.50

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00
Copper carbonate          4.8        4.60
Tin oxide                 3.1        3.00
Rutile                    4.8        4.60

Comments:

I have a revised glaze for you. But first let
me tell you a bit about your current recipe. As you gave it, this
glaze is a high alkaline earth glaze, a bit low in alumina, but
otherwise smack in the midfire range c4-c7. It's unusual in the fact
that it has 5.2% Titanium oxide and this will cause problems,
pinholing being one of them. The glaze is prone to pinholing because
there's too much carbonate in the raw materials. The COE at 7.2 is a
bit high but it could well fit a stoneware of 6.+ COE. Ok. Here's the
new version. This version closely matches the Unity Formula of your
original. I have switched to Wollastonite and Talc to reduce the
carbonate level. You could also use copper oxide black 40 units, or
copper oxide red, 35 units and reduce the carbonate a bit more but
the copper oxides are very hard to disperse and you may get speckling
if you do not thoroughly screen the mix. The gerstley borate is
higher than I'd wish but if I use Ferro frit 3134 (or 3195) in its
place the alumina goes up almost 50% and the KNaO content goes up
too, increasing the COE to 7.7 or higher; the glaze could craze
markedly. The best course would be to try this mix first and see if
it gives you the blue-green you want without pinholes. If out-gassing
is still a problem, then perhaps one could use half Gerstley B and
half 3195. I suggest, if this sits ok with you, that you go this
route and see what happens and only make a further revision if
needed. Tom Buck  Sana's Green is
actually a C10R recipe that I posted here a while back because I was
having pinhole problems with it. Here's the
C10R version that Tom put together for me.  Richard Los Angeles from richard gralnik


Glaze name: Green Satin Mint

Firing: Salt - Soda
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Green
Date: 02/27/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Strontium carbonate       5.4        5.40
Whiting                  14.6       14.60
Kona F-4 feldspar        36.5       36.50
Nepheline syenite        21.8       21.80
EPK                      14.6       14.60
Zinc oxide                7.2        7.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Copper carbonate          0.5        0.50

Comments:

From Sam Chung in Clay Times Mar/Apr 2008. Mint in reduction, purple-ish in soda.
Variations --
yellow = titanium diox 4%


Glaze name: Green Sombright

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Green
Visual texture: Mottled
Date: 04/27/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          45.0       45.00
Whiting                   7.0        7.00
Zinc oxide               10.0       10.00
Strontium carbonate      25.0       25.00
Ball clay                13.0       13.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          5.0        5.00
Rutile                    1.0        1.00
Red iron oxide            1.3        1.25

Comments:

From Jeff Oestreich


Glaze name: Green Sparkle VC Matte Revised

Glaze type: Lithium Matte
Cone: 9
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 10/17/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        56.3       56.30
Flint                    14.1       14.10
Gerstley borate           7.0        7.00
Lithium carbonate        11.3       11.30
Whiting                  11.3       11.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          2.1        2.10
Titanium oxide           10.0       10.00

Comments:

Matt opaque surface. Pale shimmery green w/variations.
Variations --
plus D-300 Bright Yellow Mason Stain


Glaze name: Green Veerkamp 2

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: green
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           36.8       36.84
Barium carbonate          7.4        7.37
Whiting                  14.7       14.74
Silica                   14.7       14.74
Ball clay                26.3       26.32
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Also add:

Red iron oxide           22.1       22.11

Comments:

Another good green for c10 tableware. (I would recommend substituting
strontium carb 5.25; I've never tried it this way but I'm sure it
would produce the same results) High gloss transparent medium green.
Not as much character as the first glaze but hard as a rock and works
well with slips under. Both glazes are fired in reduction atmosphere.
submitted by: Patrick Veerkamp e-mail: [email protected]
Richard, I am not sure about the 21% Red Iron Oxide in the second
glaze, maybe we will hear from Patrick on it. Rose


Glaze name: Green Willie Hillix

Cone: 10
Color: green to red
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        42.9       42.90
Flint                    23.5       23.50
Whiting                  21.4       21.40
EPK                      12.2       12.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Copper carbonate          6.1        6.10

Comments:

It ranges from a deep steely green to blushes of red. From Val Cushing. gary w.
wagoner 
NOT FOR FOOD USE


Glaze name: Grey Blue Celadon

Cone: 8 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Color: grey blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          79.6       79.63
Flint                    14.3       14.30
Whiting                   6.1        6.07
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Iron oxide                2.3        2.26
Tin oxide                 0.6        0.62

Comments:

I like this glaze. Don't know where it came from. My appologies to
the originator. Give it a try... dan Wilson [email protected]


Glaze name: grey celadon

Cone: 8 - 10
Date: 4/7/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate          2.0        2.04
Custer spar              61.2       61.23
Whiting                   7.1        7.14
EPK                       5.1        5.10
Silica                   24.5       24.49
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Black iron oxide          1.5        1.53
Bentonite                 1.0        1.02

Comments:

from Hal Harold J. McWHINNIE Email:[email protected]
(hm9) Phone:53125


Glaze name: Grey Glaze

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: satin
Color: grey
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kaolin                   20.0       20.00
Custer feldspar          50.0       50.00
Dolomite                 10.0       10.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

very nice grey glaze Nice satiny grey that fit perfectly and did not run even
where thick. In my tests I always referred to it as E#3.  - Brian Harper
[email protected]


Glaze name: Hawaiian Tan

Cone: 10
Surface texture: semi-matte
Color: tan
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                 34.5       33.33
Custer spar              31.0       30.00
Kentucky OM #4           34.5       33.33
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       96.66

Comments:

Simple, easy tan. Semi-matt. I use Dave's porcelain from Laguna. Dean
McRaine  on the north shore of Kauai


Glaze name: Hendley's Albany Slip substitute:

Cone: 7 - 10
Firing: ox. or red.
Surface texture: glossy
Color: brown black
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   72.0       72.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
Soda feldspar             8.0        8.00
Talc                      5.0        5.00
EPK kaolin                5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

I can tell no difference in Rhodes Black made with this substitute
and real Albany Slip. David Hendley Maydelle, Texas See David
Hendley's Pottery Page at http://ww.sosis.com/hendley/david


Glaze name: Hendley's Rhodes Black

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: satin matte
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Minspar Soda Feldspar    57.0       57.00
EPK                       9.0        9.00
Redart                   25.0       25.00
Dolomite                  6.5        6.50
Whiting                   2.5        2.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            5.0        5.00
Manganese dioxide         3.7        3.70
Cobalt oxide              1.3        1.30

Comments:

This glaze is well balanced and has plenty of silica, but with all
those metals, I don't use it on food surfaces. My 'Rhodes Black' is
quite different than yours. I've modified it over the years. It uses
much less cobalt, and manganese and iron take up the slack. I've
tried cutting back even farther on cobalt, but this seems to be the
minimum. I use and like 3 pound coffee can for materials that are
used in small quantities. Because of the wide opening, so you can
easily scoop out material with a scoop. David Hendley Maydelle, Texas
See David Hendley's Pottery Page at http://ww.sosis.com/hendley/david


Glaze name: Hewitt Crystalline Glaze

Cone: 9
Surface texture: crystalline
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ferro frit 3110          52.1       52.08
Zinc oxide               26.0       26.04
Silica                   20.8       20.83
China clay                1.0        1.04
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          5.2        5.21

Comments:

Note that this glaze did not have a cone specified, but it appears to
be a cone 9 glaze. I do not have experience with crystalline glazes
but I do know of an excellent article that appeared in Ceramic Review
No.137 (Sept/Oct 1992) by Derek Clarkson. His recipes are all based
on the previous approximate percentages. The china clay was listed as
China Clay/Alumina Colouring Oxides - cobalt, copper and manganese
most often used, followed by iron and nickel. The article gives ten
specific recipes around the above with colour illustrations to show
the very dramatic crystal effects. For each of these examples the
article also gives the firing details of the times of crystal growing
periods and the diameter of the largest crystal. There is also a mass
of detail on the application of the glazes with copious
illustrations. Derek Clarkson says that Porcelain bodies are the most
suitable. White stoneware bodies can also be used but the crystals
are smaller. If you are unable to get sight of a copy of this article
please contact me by e-mail if you want further information.
submitted by: David Hewitt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Hewitt's Clear matt

Cone: 8
Surface texture: matte
Color: translucent white
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           45.0       45.05
China clay               19.8       19.82
Dolomite                 20.7       20.72
Whiting                   5.4        5.41
Talc                      9.0        9.01
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Comments:

Originally specified Cornish stone insteadh of Cornwall stone. I
routinely use a glaze which I fire to cone 8 oxidation which is matt
and which I apply over coloured slips. These colours show through the
glaze, if that meets your requirement of 'clear'. I use it over a
buff stoneware and describe the colour as light oatmeal. If an area
is double dipped it comes out whiter so it is sensitive to thickness
and drips or runs want to be avoided unless the variation in
thickness and colour suits your pot. If I fire above cone 8 it
progresses to being shiny. I think it would be the same in reduction.
--- 111 total UNITY FORMULA K2O .045 Al2O3 .346 SiO2 1.943 Na2O .071
MgO .442 CaO .442 COEFF of EXPANSION McLindon 5.87 x 10 -6 C Linear
or 2.93 x 10 -7 % English & Turner 4.63 x 10 -6 C Linear or 2.31 x 10
-7 % David Hewitt  David Hewitt
 David Hewitt Pottery Caerleon, Tel:- 01633
420647 7 Fairfield Road, Caerleon, Newport, South Wales, UK. URL
http://digitalfire.com/magic/hewitt.htm


Glaze name: Honey Doug's

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: yellow
Visual texture: Rivulet
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          35.0       35.00
Wood ash                 35.0       35.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
Dolomite                 15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                  5.0        5.00

Comments:

originally specified Charcoal Briquette Ash is that is unwashed.
submitted by: June Perry e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Honey Gold

Cone: 8 - 10
Surface texture: Gloss
Color: Amber
Flow: Moderate
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          37.5       37.50
Flint                    26.8       26.80
Whiting                  15.7       15.70
Ball clay                10.7       10.70
Barium carbonate          5.5        5.50
Gerstley borate           3.8        3.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            9.8        9.80
Manganese dioxide         3.6        3.60
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Dark brown, glaze. Runs above cone 9 and if thick.  It is a beautiful glaze which is translucent with incredible depth,
appearing like honey. Sam [email protected]


Glaze name: Honey Weiser's

Cone: 9
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          36.7       36.70
Flint                    25.5       25.50
Whiting                  18.9       18.90
Ball clay                 9.2        9.20
Soda feldspar             5.1        5.10
Kaolin                    2.6        2.60
Dolomite                  2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            8.0        8.00

Comments:

This is a dark glaze the can obscure slip and carving if thick. Good glaze surface.

I've tried both of these glazes with mixed results.
The amber celadon is almost identical to Cushing Amber Celadon. This
is a better transparent amber honey glaze. RafaelMolina-Rodriguez [email protected]
Variations --
+6% RIO= greener brown color
4% RIO = grey-green color like a celadon.


Glaze name: Hunter Green 2

Cone: 10
Color: dark green
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Soda feldspar            54.6       54.55
Whiting                   9.1        9.09
EPK                      18.2       18.18
Dolomite                  9.1        9.09
Flint                     9.1        9.09
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          0.9        0.91
Chrome oxide              1.8        1.82

Comments:

Good luck. Barbara Murphy, dave murphy  Waterloo,
Ontario I use this green in ^10 reduction but it translates very well
to ox. It is not reduction sensitive and is very reliable.


Glaze name: Hunter/Forest Green

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: gloss
Color: varies
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Alberta Slip             45.0       45.00
Whiting                  25.0       25.00
Silica                   20.0       20.00
Custer feldspar          10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                23.0       23.00

Comments:

Recently, I was lucky enough to be given a great recipe for a cone 10
Albany-type clear with a nice glassy transparent surface. I believe
it was one of Val Cushing's old glazes (what great glaze doesn't seem
to have come from Val's extensive glaze coffers?!). Anyhow, having
replaced the Albany with Alberta, I have been running color tests on
this glaze for the past 6 months. Will it ever stop- I doubt it. One
of the most interesting surfaces, both in color and in texture, was
done with 5% Laguna Forest Green stain. I have no idea where this
stain came from- unfortunately the bag looked rather old. Keep it
pretty ding-dang thin, else you're likely to be chipping shelves.
submitted by: Jeremy Nudell Kalin, e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Ian Currie T.S.1

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Color: Rust- saturated iron
Date: 8/8/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          39.5       39.48
Talc theoretical          6.2        6.15
Whiting                  11.8       11.79
Kaolin                    9.2        9.20
Silica                   33.4       33.38
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           12.0       11.99

Comments:

Frank Martin Art Deparment/Ceranics 92nd street YM-YWHA 1395
Lexington Ave NY, NY. 10128 [email protected]


Glaze name: Ice Ice Baby

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Flaws: Crazes
Date: 06/30/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Bone ash                  4.3        4.32
Talc theoretical          5.0        4.98
Frit 3134                 2.0        1.99
Custer feldspar          29.9       29.90
Nepheline syenite        54.8       54.82
EPK                       4.0        3.99
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

BIG crackle when thick. John Britt in Ceramics Mo. Nov. 2011. NOt recommended for
functional ware. Glaze both sides of ware, as uneven pressure may cause dunting.
Bone ash may cause flocculation and the raw glaze will crack off. Deflocculate if
needed. Apply thick. Additions of color > 1% will stop crackle formation.


Glaze name: Iron - Blue water

Cone: 9 - 10
Color: blue
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              38.9       38.89
Ball clay                18.9       18.89
Whiting                  13.3       13.33
Flint                    21.1       21.11
Dolomite                  7.8        7.78
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Iron chromate             2.2        2.22
Cobalt carbonate          0.6        0.56

Comments:

This is a nice dark blue glaze that dosen't run it is some what
shinney. I hope that all these help you and whom ever else might need
them. Jennifer Alpine, TX jennifer rhinesmith 


Glaze name: Iron Red Oxidation

Cone: 8 - 9
Color: Rust -iron red
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

China clay                6.8        6.83
Potash feldspar          50.7       50.73
Flint                    14.6       14.63
Whiting                   2.4        2.44
Bone ash                 14.6       14.63
Talc theoretical         10.7       10.73
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Also add:

Red iron oxide            9.8        9.76

Comments:

 David Hewitt  David Hewitt
Pottery Caerleon, Newport, Gwent, UK.


Glaze name: Iron Rust

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: shiny glossy
Color: brown to black
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          45.9       45.92
Whiting                  17.3       17.35
Kaolin                   13.3       13.27
Silica                   23.5       23.47
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Also add:

Red iron oxide           13.3       13.27

Comments:

This glaze is more typical of what is known as 'Iron Rust', breaking
from black to brown more consistently. Consequently it is good for
highlighting texture, incising, throw rings etc.. The following ar
two Tenmoku's that I have used with continued success. David
Stuchbery School of Art & Design Ph (054) 447-279 La Trobe
University, Bendigo [email protected]


Glaze name: Israeli Blue #1

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: satin matte
Color: deep blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Soda feldspar            50.0       50.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
Magnesium carbonate      10.0       10.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          2.0        2.00
Manganese dioxide         1.0        1.00

Comments:

from Naama Satin deep blue going to tan where thick. Feels wonderful
and buttery Well I finally got around to typing this thing up...^9-10
Blues Thank you one and all for all the donated recipes. I only
tested 31 out of almost 100 I received. I'll continue testing and
reporting as the winter DRAGS on. All the glazes were tested on #900
Miller clay which is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One side of the test
tile was brushed with a thick coating of Cynthia Bringle's wet/dry
white slip. Each glaze was dipped in three thicknesses on a heavily
textured tile. All tiles were fired to a (hard)^9 (10
tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08 and 1 hr. glaze
reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown. Any time potash
or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball clay is OM-4 .
Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium with Strontium.
All kaolin is EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel well. Your results
will probably be TOTALLY different. Please test before use. Tracy
Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME 04579 phone:
207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected] web:
http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Jess' Rutile/Black

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction o
Testing: Untested
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kaolin                   22.0       22.00
Potash feldspar          36.0       36.00
Dolomite                 18.0       18.00
Whiting                   4.0        4.00
Colemanite                4.0        4.00
Silica                   16.0       16.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    5.0        5.00

Comments:

Firing: firing type: reduction or oxidation This is a great glaze on
stoneware it is a shiny black which breaks to gold on texture or
rims. On red body it is especially beautiful. On porcelin it becomes
runny if too thick but is a beautiful soft grey breaking to black on
texture or on rims etc. This glaze has never failed to surprise me in
every firing of it. submitted by: PEGGY HEER email:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Johnston Nuka

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 10/18/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          72.0       72.10
EPK                       4.8        4.80
Wood ash                  5.8        5.80
Rice hull ash             4.8        4.80
Silica                    1.0        1.00
Nepheline syenite         7.7        7.70
Tin oxide                 1.9        1.90
Ky white glaze clay       1.0        1.00
Lithium carbonate         1.0        1.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Comments:

Clat Times May/June 2002. Produces shiny, white, fat glaze with character.


Glaze name: K9

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: shiny glossy
Color: blue/purple
Testing: Untested
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          60.7       60.68
Kaolin                    5.3        5.33
Dolomite                  9.9        9.94
Ball clay                 9.1        9.10
Barium carbonate          5.3        5.33
Whiting                   4.8        4.81
Silica                    4.8        4.81
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            2.1        2.09
Rutile                    4.5        4.50

Comments:

NOTE: use powdered rutile, not granular Here is a C10 reduction
recipe for a blue/purples you may like: submitted by: Richard Gralnik
e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Kaki

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: ?
Testing: Untested
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Red Art clay calcined    62.0       61.95
Custer feldspar          17.7       17.70
Silica                    8.8        8.85
Kaolin                    2.6        2.65
Dolomite                  5.3        5.31
Bone ash                  3.5        3.54
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            2.6        2.65

Comments:

Here is another Kaki I use over clear and wax resist. This is
sometimes more metallic red than Reeve Mashiko, but covers (stays
opaque over) the clear better. submitted by: Lee:
[email protected]


Glaze name: KAREN'S TOUCH GLAZE

Cone: 10
Surface texture: Satin Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: on porcelain in OX THIN = warm
Date: 8/8/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        45.0       45.00
Dolomite                 18.0       18.00
Whiting                   4.0        4.00
EPK                       9.0        9.00
Calcined kaolin          10.0       10.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
Bone ash                  4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 4.0        4.00
Red iron oxide            1.0        1.00

Comments:

Color: on
porcelain in OX THIN = warm rusty beige breaking to copper rust on
rim & ridges THICK = warm beige w/ copper rusty rim Both thin & thick
show very fine rusty flecks On porcelain in REDTN THICK = almost sea
foam greenish w/ orangey copper rust w/ flecks where thin I consider
this to be a glaze which in OX looks like REDTN - for those of you
who pine for that. As I previously mentioned, in OX put it over
PORCELAIN SHINO & you get a funky rough surface in solid copper w/
fine rusty flecks - this is thin. Thick edges are unattractive (?)
white. If firing in REDTN, slow cool for max. orange. This is a
variant of the famous Mamo glaze. If you want to try other colorants,
drop out the tin (it's incl. to promote ornage) from the base as well
as dropping the RIO & bone ash. But BE CAREFUL - this glaze pulls
apart if too thick in big fatal crawls. I abandoned it as a white for
this reason & I swear it once pulled so badly it broke (?) the pot it
was on. This was not the above version however. Good luck & enjoy.
Karen Gringhuis [email protected]


Glaze name: KCAI BOUBARIC TESSHA SATURATE IRON

Cone: 10
Color: iron red brown
Date: 8/8/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        22.7       22.73
Whiting                  18.2       18.18
Ball clay                29.5       29.55
Quartz                   29.5       29.55
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Also add:

Red iron oxide           13.6       13.64
Bentonite                 2.3        2.27

Comments:

Frank Martin Art Deparment/Ceranics 92nd street YM-YWHA 1395
Lexington Ave NY, NY. 10128 [email protected]


Glaze name: Ken's Great Glaze

Glaze type: Stoneware
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black, golden crystals, breaks tomato red
Visual texture: Mottled
Crystals: Small
Flow: Slight
Testing: tested
Date: 03/19/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          65.0       65.00
Ball clay                13.0       13.00
Whiting                  11.0       11.00
Zinc oxide               10.0       10.00
Barium carbonate          1.0        1.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            3.0        3.00
Rutile                    2.5        2.50
Copper carbonate          0.4        0.40
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Korman Yellow

Glaze type: Ba Ca
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matt
Color: Yellow Opaque
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 Spar            40.0       40.00
Barium carbonate         30.0       30.00
EPK                       8.0        8.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
Dolomite                 12.0       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            6.0        6.00

Comments:

Thin-dry rusty type. Medium-yellowish colors. Thick-smooth warm brown
to yellow brown. Greenish overtones. Glaze Type: Ba Ca. Opacity:
Opaque. Firing type: Reduction From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: L. G. Porcelain and Clear

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Color: Clear Light Green
Testing: Untested
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          27.0       27.00
OM-4 Ball clay           14.0       14.00
Whiting                  20.5       20.50
Silica                   31.5       31.50
Kaolin                    7.0        7.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Light Green on porcelain ^9-10 submitted by: Lee in PigsEye e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Lab Fee Intense Red

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Red
Date: 11/29/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          20.0       20.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        22.0       22.00
Dolomite                 10.0       10.00
Grolleg                  20.0       20.00
Flint                    12.0       12.00
Talc                      8.0        8.00
Whiting                   8.0        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cerdec Intensive Red stain   12.0       12.00

Comments:

From Peter Beasecker


Glaze name: Lavender Splotchy Glaze

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: lavender
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate          2.0        2.02
Calcined Zinc Oxide       4.0        4.04
Lithium carbonate         2.0        2.02
Whiting                  14.1       14.14
Custer feldspar          50.5       50.51
Ferro frit 3134           7.1        7.07
Silica, (325 mesh)       20.2       20.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          0.6        0.61
Tin oxide                 1.0        1.01
Bentonite                 1.0        1.01

Comments:

GREAT BLUE/RED /DARK BLUE! My experience with copper red is that what
matters most is to begin reduction at cone 012 fairly heavy and then
go into moderate reduction after cone 05 drops. Continue moderate to
light reduction until cone 10 then a brief oxidation peroid of about
10 minutes. If you over reduce it will be liver brown and under
reduced will be celadon.  submitted
by: John Britt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Leach 1234 Celadon

Cone: 10
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Color: light green transparent
Date: 8/8/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

China clay               10.0       10.00
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
Silica                   30.0       30.00
Feldspar                 40.0       40.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            4.0        4.00

Comments:

The glaze that is as old as dirt. it is published in the leech book
as old. Use 4% iron + or - depending on color / green to blue if you
decorate...put iron design between layers of glaze. very nice. the
first glaze i ever made...fired in the first soft brick kiln i ever
made. and that was before i had ever seen a soft brick kiln. remember
the name Jim McKinnel. one of the first to build soft brick kilns in
america. from iowa...one of the real pioneers. mel jacobson



Glaze name: Leach Blue

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Color: medium blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           57.9       57.89
Whiting                  23.2       23.16
Gerstley borate           4.2        4.21
Flint                    14.7       14.74
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 3.2        3.16
Cobalt carbonate          1.1        1.05
Manganese dioxide         0.5        0.53

Comments:

handed over by Bob Santerre Glossy medium blue where thick and glossy
slate blue where thin. Well I finally got around to typing this thing
up...^9-10 Blues Thank you one and all for all the donated recipes. I
only tested 31 out of almost 100 I received. I'll continue testing
and reporting as the winter DRAGS on. All the glazes were tested on
#900 Miller clay which is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One side of the
test tile was brushed with a thick coating of Cynthia Bringle's
wet/dry white slip. Each glaze was dipped in three thicknesses on a
heavily textured tile. All tiles were fired to a (hard)^9 (10
tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08 and 1 hr. glaze
reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown. Any time potash
or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball clay is OM-4 .
Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium with Strontium.
All kaolin is EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel well. Your results
will probably be TOTALLY different. Please test before use. Tracy
Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME 04579 phone:
207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected] web:
http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Lime Green

Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Color: Yellow-green
Date: 10/23/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        62.1       62.10
Strontium carbonate      20.8       20.80
Lithium carbonate         2.7        2.70
Ball clay                 8.0        8.00
Flint                     6.4        6.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chrome oxide              0.5        0.50

Comments:

From Kathryn Finnerty
Variations --
Blue = + CuCO3 8 instead of Cr


Glaze name: Long Beach Blue

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: blue
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                  19.5       19.50
Custer feldspar          63.5       63.60
EPK                      17.0       17.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          0.9        0.90
Rutile                    4.0        4.00

Comments:

Here's a couple that I have tried and added to my
regulars. If you want a soft matt
blue, try the Long Beach Blue. The Long Beach is terrible if applied
too thin. Good luck. Chris Fennimore Native American Rights Fund
Boulder, CO christine fennimore 


Glaze name: Low-Expansion Glaze for Flameware

Cone: 10-11
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Date: 05/24/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Talc theoretical         14.3       14.20
Whiting                   3.4        3.40
Spodumene                47.5       47.00
Kaolin                    5.6        5.50
Silica                   29.2       28.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

Calls for 200 mesh silica and white talc. From a Ceramics Mo article on Flameware
May 2011.


Glaze name: Lucas Mottled Iron

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Reduction
Date: 11/29/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                  29.0       29.00
Kentucky OM #4           30.0       30.00
Flint                    29.0       29.00
Custer feldspar          12.0       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           17.6       17.65

Comments:

Nice wet and dry glaze. Runs. From Peter Beasecker. Great in salt and soda.


Glaze name: Magnesium Mat-Carleton Ball

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 9 - 11
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: matte
Transparency: Opaque
Color: base glaze
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 41.0       41.00
Colemanite               12.0       12.00
Dolomite                  7.0        7.00
Talc                     15.0       15.00
Ball clay                 5.0        5.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Morning all...I've been talking to June about some glazes and it
turns out we both are aware of an old Carleton Ball glaze. She from
remembered association; me from checking an old copy I have of the
typescript of his syllabus. What we were both looking at is the above
glaze My text immedaitely following reads: Bright transparent glazes
allow colors to show well but in general....etc This appears on pg
47. of my typescript. Unfortunately, pg. 46 is missing of my copy as
well as pp. 40-44. I inherited the typescript from a teacher and am
delighted I've got it (it even includes class responsibilities and
where to keep tools take care of glazes etc.) but I sure would like
the missing pages. If anybody has them, I'd be thrilled to send a
self-addressed stamped envelope for a copy and the xeroxing costs. At
this point, I haven't any info on the colorants to add to the glazes?
TIA Emily in Astoria where my head is clogged, I can't breathe, those
lousy flowers are everwhere and the sun it still don't shine. How DO
they GROW?


Glaze name: Magnesium Mat-Carleton Ball cone

Cone: 9 - 11
Surface texture: matte
Color: base glaze
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 41.0       41.00
Colemanite               12.0       12.00
Dolomite                  7.0        7.00
Talc                     15.0       15.00
Ball clay                 5.0        5.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Morning all...I've been talking to June about some glazes and it
turns out we both are aware of an old Carleton Ball glaze. She from
remembered association; me from checking an old copy I have of the
typescript of his syllabus. What we were both looking at is the above
glaze My text immedaitely following reads: Bright transparent glazes
allow colors to show well but in general....etc This appears on pg
47. of my typescript. Unfortunately, pg. 46 is missing of my copy as
well as pp. 40-44. I inherited the typescript from a teacher and am
delighted I've got it (it even includes class responsibilities and
where to keep tools take care of glazes etc.) but I sure would like
the missing pages. If anybody has them, I'd be thrilled to send a
self-addressed stamped envelope for a copy and the xeroxing costs. At
this point, I haven't any info on the colorants to add to the glazes?
TIA Emily in Astoria where my head is clogged, I can't breathe, those
lousy flowers are everwhere and the sun it still don't shine. How DO
they GROW?


Glaze name: Mamo

Cone: 10
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          53.2       53.30
Whiting                   4.4        4.40
Dolomite                 20.7       20.70
Kaolin                   21.7       21.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Tin oxide                 8.7        8.70

Comments:

The version I have does all the things that are described by other
clayarters...thick..more white, use on red body(iron body), reduction
fire, breaks rust on rims etc etc etc. Cone 10. It is exactly like
the photo in CM. It is a wonderful glaze. submitted by: Peggy
Heer/Heer Pottery e-mail: [email protected] or
[email protected]


Glaze name: Mamo Matt

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 Feldspar        58.8       58.82
Dolomite                 23.5       23.53
Whiting                   4.7        4.71
Calcined kaolin          12.9       12.94
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 5.9        5.88

Comments:

Thin rust, thicker cream, etc. submitted by: Dannon Rhudy e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Mamo Satin Matt

Glaze type: Ca Mg AlMatt
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin Matt
Color: Cream White Opaque
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 Spar            25.0       25.00
Custer feldspar          25.0       25.00
Dolomite                 20.0       20.00
Whiting                   5.0        5.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Calcined kaolin          15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 6.0        6.00

Comments:

This is not a liner. Breaks where thin to rust, toast color. Dan
Rhodes White Matt. Rich dark purple-.5 Cobalt. Try Ilmenite 2 and
Rutile 2. Base is lovely with body coming through. Over dark clay is
beautiful. Glaze Type: Ca Mg AlMatt. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type:
Reduction From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: Manganese Saturated Glaze

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 02/15/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          84.0       84.10
Whiting                   4.7        4.70
Talc                      1.6        1.60
EPK                       5.3        5.30
Silica                    4.4        4.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Red iron oxide            1.0        1.00
Manganese dioxide        25.0       25.00

Comments:

From Ken Walters. Not for food surfaces.


Glaze name: Marcia's Oil Spot

Cone: 9 - 10
Color: Mahogany Brown
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cedar Heights Redart     80.0       80.00
Spodumene                20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

The spodumene is Gwalia spod. fr. Australia. On porcelain this is a
gloss mahogany-brown, or blacker where thicker, with some nice
teadust flecks; breaking amber-straw color where it thins out on
rims. On buff-white stoneware it's a slightly-reddish brown if single
dipped & blacker if double-dipped, both colors with nice gradations &
flecking. (not an oilspot really, at least in my firing, but a
tenmoku with depth). submitted by: Marcia Kindlmann e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Martin's Movable Feast

Cone: 10
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Date: 01/07/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate          9.0        9.00
Gerstley borate           2.5        2.50
Lithium carbonate         2.5        2.50
Strontium carbonate       9.5        9.50
Wollastonite              1.0        1.00
Frit 3110                13.1       13.00
Nepheline syenite        14.1       14.00
Grolleg                  11.1       11.00
Silica                   37.2       37.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.50

Comments:

Updated  version of Andy Martin's Show Saver glaze. Andy Martin, Ceramics Mo. Jan
'11.
Variations --
French chartreuse +.5 Chrome
Victoria Green + chrome ox .5 + copper carb.75
Brazillian Green + chrome ox .5 + copepr carb 1.75
Turkish Green +copper carb 2
Aegean Blue + copper carb 2 + cobalt carb .1
Maroon + manganese carb 2
Orchard Purple + manganese carb 2 + cobalt carb 2
Persian Blue = cobalt carb 1 + manganese carb .5
Clear Black-Gray + black nickel oxide 1 + cobalt carb .25


Glaze name: Mashiko Synthetic AK5

Cone: 10
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kentucky OM #4           12.3       12.31
Calcined kaolin          12.1       12.10
Kona F-4 feldspar        33.6       33.62
Bone ash                  0.5        0.53
Talc                      5.6        5.57
Wollastonite              7.0        6.96
Silica                   28.9       28.91
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          0.5        0.53
Manganese dioxide         0.2        0.21
Red iron oxide (Spanish)    6.9        6.85

Comments:

I use Reeve's synth Mashiko over a clear glaze and wax resist. John
recalculated from an analysis of Mashiko stone. I got the the
following two glazes from the Canadian Potter, John Reeve: I saw it
looking over his shoulder at his glaze notebook while he was looking
for another glaze. :^) I _did_ ask if I could copy it! ;^) source for
original recipe: John Reeve submitted by: Lee in PigsEye e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Matt Butter

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Flaws: Crawls
Testing: Tested
Date: 11/23/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          36.2       36.00
Flint                    26.1       26.00
Magnesium carbonate      15.1       15.00
Whiting                  13.1       13.00
Ball clay                 5.0        5.00
Zinc oxide                2.5        2.50
Barium carbonate          2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.50

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Add epsom salts 3% to flocculate. From Laura Aultman.


Glaze name: Matt c10 Pete's Strontium

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Satin matt
Date: 12/06/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        60.0       60.00
Lithium carbonate         1.0        1.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
Strontium carbonate      20.0       20.00
Flint                     9.0        9.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Pete Pinnell. Flocculate w/Epsom salts or Muriatic Acid to avoid settling. Works well from c6-
11, oxid or reduction.
Variations --
green: copper carb 5 + titanium diox. 5
grey: titanium diox. 5
turquoise: copper carb 5


Glaze name: Matt Clear

Cone: 8
Surface texture: matt
Color: translucent clear
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           45.0       45.05
EPK                      19.8       19.82
Dolomite                 20.7       20.72
Whiting                   5.4        5.41
Talc                      9.0        9.01
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Comments:

I regularly use a glaze at cone 8 over coloured slips which is matt
but lets the coloured slips show through. This is in oxidation over a
buff stoneware glaze. In case this sounds what you are after and
interesting to you, I give the recipe below, which I have translated
from the UK sourced materials that I use, into North American
materials. Actually the difference is very small. David Hewitt
 David Hewitt Pottery Caerleon, Newport,
Gwent, UK. URL http://digitalfire.com/magic/hewitto.htm % Weight
Ananlysis SiO2 56.94, P2O5 0.29, Al2O3 17.58, Fe2O3 0.29, MgO 8.82,
CaO 12.07, Na2O 1.77, K2O 2.38.


Glaze name: Matt Cushing

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          23.6       23.60
Dolomite                 28.2       28.20
Kaolin                   28.2       28.20
Whiting                  13.6       13.60
Silica                    6.4        6.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Does anyone have a glaze that is or looks very much like the glaze on
Ken Ferguson's casserole on page 58 of the current (June) CM. I'm not
promising the rights to my firstborn, but I'd sure be grateful! Looks
to me like a typical matte like Cushing Matte which follows, over a
body with pretty good chunks of Manganese Dioxide in it. This glaze,
probably from Val Cushing, easily dates from that period. Cone 9-10
reduction submitted by: Brad Sondahl e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Matt L.P.

Cone: 10
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Blue
Date: 12/11/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          28.5       28.50
Dolomite                 19.0       19.00
Kaolin                   28.5       28.50
Whiting                  14.3       14.30
Flint                     9.7        9.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              0.5        0.50
Ilmenite                  1.5        1.50

Comments:


Glaze name: Matt Strontium

Cone: 8-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 05/27/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        52.6       52.60
Strontium carbonate      15.8       15.80
Wollastonite             10.5       10.50
Talc theoretical          5.3        5.30
Whiting                   5.3        5.30
Ball clay                10.5       10.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    3.0        3.00
Red iron oxide            2.0        2.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Matt Strontium Crystal Magic Steven Hill

Glaze type: Strontium matt
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Visual texture: Mottled
Crystals: Medium
Date: 05/22/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          46.0       46.00
Whiting                  17.3       17.30
Tile 6 clay              14.9       14.90
Strontium carbonate      12.6       12.60
Frit 3124                 4.6        4.60
Lithium carbonate         4.6        4.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Titanium dioxide         13.8       13.80
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Clay Times Jan/Feb 2007 p 53. Steven Hill glaze. White matt w/golden crystals, best
at a hot cone 10


Glaze name: Matte Cranshaw Satin

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Date: 11/29/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          40.1       40.10
Magnesium carbonate       8.2        8.20
Whiting                  16.2       16.20
EPK                       8.4        8.40
Flint                    27.1       27.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax Plus             0.5        0.50

Comments:

From Kate Murray:remember it's very changeable according to thickness:
transparent/opaque, satin/matte, and counter-intuitive somehow.  Also, it makes
purple with cobalt.  The woman I got it from used to decorate on top with brushed
black & copper reds, with good results.


Glaze name: Matte Cushing

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          23.6       23.60
Dolomite                 28.2       28.20
Kaolin                   28.2       28.20
Whiting                  13.6       13.60
Silica                    6.4        6.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

This glaze,probably from Val Cushing, easily dates from that period.
Cone 9-10 reduction submitted by: Brad Sondahl e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Matte Hamada

Glaze type: Zinc matt
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 03/06/01

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          64.8       64.90
Ball clay                12.8       12.80
Whiting                  11.1       11.10
Zinc oxide               10.0       10.00
Barium carbonate          1.3        1.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Red iron oxide            3.1        3.10
Rutile                    2.5        2.50
Copper carbonate          0.4        0.40
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Orange, blue, & green.


Glaze name: Matte Pete's Strontium

Glaze type: Strontium matt
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 12/06/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        60.0       60.00
Lithium carbonate         1.0        1.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
Strontium carbonate      20.0       20.00
Flint                     9.0        9.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Pete Pinnell. Flocculate w/Epsom salts or Muriatic Acid to avoid settling. Works well from c6-
11, oxid or reduction.
Variations --
green: copper carb 5 + titanium diox. 5
grey: titanium diox. 5
turquoise: copper carb 5


Glaze name: Matte Shannon's No-Craze Sr

Glaze type: Strontium Matt
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Crystals: Small
Bubbles: None
Flow: Slight
Flaws: Crazes
Date: 01/07/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        28.3       58.00
Strontium carbonate      12.7       26.00
Lithium carbonate         0.5        1.00
Kentucky OM #4            7.3       15.00
Flint                     2.4        5.00
Nepheline syenite        48.8      100.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      205.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Matte Sondahl C-4

Cone: 8
Surface texture: matte
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          21.1       21.14
Dolomite                 21.1       21.14
Kaolin                   21.1       21.14
Whiting                  12.2       12.20
Pemco frit P-25          12.2       12.20
Silica                   12.2       12.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.02

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.4        2.44

Comments:

Firing: firing type: oxidation or reduction I modified (Cushing
Matte) it to make one which works at cone 8, and looks good with iron
slips in oxidation or reduction submitted by: Brad Sondahl e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Matte Sondahl C-4

Cone: 8
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: matte
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          21.1       21.14
Dolomite                 21.1       21.14
Kaolin                   21.1       21.14
Whiting                  12.2       12.20
Pemco frit P-25          12.2       12.20
Silica                   12.2       12.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.02

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.4        2.44

Comments:

Firing: firing type: oxidation or reduction I modified (Cushing
Matte) it to make one which works at cone 8, and looks good with iron
slips in oxidation or reduction submitted by: Brad Sondahl e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Mayan Blue

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Color: teal to dark blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          50.0       50.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
Flint                    35.0       35.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                20.0       20.00
Chrome oxide             10.0       10.00
Cobalt carbonate         10.0       10.00

Comments:

from Clayart about a year ago Deep teal over white slip. other wise
dark blue/black where thick. Brown where thin. Crawled slightly over
the slip. Well I finally got around to typing this thing up...^9-10
Blues Thank you one and all for all the donated recipes. I only
tested 31 out of almost 100 I received. I'll continue testing and
reporting as the winter DRAGS on. All the glazes were tested on #900
Miller clay which is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One side of the test
tile was brushed with a thick coating of Cynthia Bringle's wet/dry
white slip. Each glaze was dipped in three thicknesses on a heavily
textured tile. All tiles were fired to a (hard)^9 (10
tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08 and 1 hr. glaze
reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown. Any time potash
or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball clay is OM-4 .
Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium with Strontium.
All kaolin is EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel well. Your results
will probably be TOTALLY different. Please test before use. Tracy
Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME 04579 phone:
207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected] web:
http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Metallic Gold Reynolds

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 6-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Bronze metallic
Flow: Extreme
Date: 02/10/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   85.7       60.00
Ball clay                 7.1        5.00
Flint                     7.1        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       70.00

Also add:

Manganese dioxide        64.3       45.00
Copper oxide              7.1        5.00
Cobalt oxide              7.1        5.00

Comments:

RUNS a lot at cone 10. Waxy to matt metallic. TOXIC. Bronze to dk brown.


Glaze name: Metallic Manganese

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Metallic
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Metallic bronze
Date: 12/06/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              80.7       80.70
Kona F-4 feldspar         3.5        3.50
Dolomite                  1.8        1.80
Whiting                   1.2        1.20
Ball clay                 5.7        5.70
Flint                     7.1        7.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            1.0        1.00
Manganese dioxide        30.0       30.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Pete Pinnell: one of the nicest manganese luster versions. NOT for use on food
contact surfaces. Manganese: Toxic!


Glaze name: Metallic Matt Black

Cone: 6 - 9
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matte
Color: Opaque metallic Black
Testing: Untested
Date: 01/01/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Wood Ash                 25.0       25.00
Nepheline syenite        37.5       37.50
Talc                     18.8       18.75
Ball clay                18.8       18.75
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Iron oxide                2.5        2.50
Black copper oxide        3.8        3.75
Cobalt oxide              2.9        2.92

Comments:

Other colors (delete black colorants): for matt brown with lots of
texture add: Rutile 1.74 Iron Oxide 3.50 Manganese Dioxide 3.50 for
matt blue breaking to something greenish add: Cobalt Carbonate 3.00
Rutile 3.00 I've been using the same wood ash formula for about 10
years and have used wood ash from all kinds of known and unknown tree
sources (washed and unwashed), fired to cone 6, 7, 8, 9 but mostly to
cone 7 in an electric kiln. Write me if you have any questions about
these glazes submitted by: Anne Fallis-Elliott e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Michael Simon Tessha

Cone: 8 - 10
Color: iron red brown
Date: 8/8/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          25.7       25.72
Ball clay                27.9       27.88
Whiting                  18.5       18.52
Flint                    27.9       27.88
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           11.3       11.32

Comments:

The following Tessha Glaze recipe is from the Feb '96 issue of
Ceramics Monthly. (Can be applied to leather hard pots for once
firing.) dennis davis 


Glaze name: Michelle's

Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 10/23/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        48.0       48.00
EPK                      11.2       11.20
Barium carbonate         35.7       35.70
Flint                     5.1        5.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Chromium oxide            2.0        2.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Midnight Cobalt Blue

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Color: dark blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                    31.0       31.00
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
G-200 feldspar           33.0       33.00
EPK                      14.0       14.00
Spodumene                 2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          7.0        7.00

Comments:

from Ellen Baker Very deep dark glossy blue Well I finally got around
to typing this thing up...^9-10 Blues Thank you one and all for all
the donated recipes. I only tested 31 out of almost 100 I received.
I'll continue testing and reporting as the winter DRAGS on. All the
glazes were tested on #900 Miller clay which is a toasty ^10
stoneware. One side of the test tile was brushed with a thick coating
of Cynthia Bringle's wet/dry white slip. Each glaze was dipped in
three thicknesses on a heavily textured tile. All tiles were fired to
a (hard)^9 (10 tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08
and 1 hr. glaze reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown.
Any time potash or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball
clay is OM-4 . Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium
with Strontium. All kaolin is EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel
well. Your results will probably be TOTALLY different. Please test
before use. Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME
04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected]
web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Milky Clear

Cone: 11
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

EPK                      15.4       15.38
Whiting                  15.4       15.38
Custer feldspar          30.8       30.77
Silica                   38.5       38.46
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Comments:


Glaze name: Mint Green Matt

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Soda
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Green
Date: 10/02/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate          8.3        7.70
Whiting                  16.7       15.40
Kona F-4 feldspar        41.7       38.50
EPK                      25.0       23.10
Zinc oxide                8.3        7.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       92.40

Also add:

Copper carbonate          0.5        0.50
Bentonite                 2.2        2.00

Comments:

From Sam Chung.


Glaze name: Molasses VC

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Date: 07/02/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barnard clay             36.0       36.00
Custer feldspar          22.0       22.00
Gerstley borate           3.0        3.00
Wollastonite             14.0       14.00
Whiting                   8.0        8.00
Flint                    14.0       14.00
EPK                       3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Allegheny Meadows


Glaze name: Molasses VC no GB

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Date: 07/02/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kaolin - theoretical     11.2       11.20
Custer feldspar          26.9       26.90
Dolomite                  1.4        1.40
Wollastonite             24.9       24.90
Silica                   26.0       26.00
Frit 3124                 9.6        9.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            6.0        6.00
Manganese carbonate       2.2        2.20
Titanium dioxide          0.3        0.30

Comments:

From Allegheny Meadows. Re-calculated to elimiate GB and Barnard.


Glaze name: Moonglow

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: green
Visual texture: Speckled
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: Slight
Testing: Tested
Date: 06/29/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          34.9       34.90
Dolomite                 15.4       15.40
Whiting                   5.3        5.30
EPK                       9.4        9.40
Silica                   35.0       35.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Black iron oxide          1.0        1.00
Cobalt carbonate          0.2        0.20
Chromium oxide            0.2        0.20

Comments:

UF Shop glaze. Buttery dull green with small brown spots. Dependable.


Glaze name: Moonlight

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: fluid glossy, shiny
Color: rutile blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           63.8       63.80
Gerstley borate          14.3       14.30
Flint                     7.6        7.60
Whiting                   7.6        7.60
EPK                       4.8        4.80
Zinc oxide                1.9        1.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    3.2        3.20
Ilmenite, Powdered        2.0        2.04

Comments:

Here's a couple that I have tried and added to my regulars (both come
from clayart folks). The Moonlight will run if applied to thick. If
you are looking for a shiny glaze try the Moonlight. Chris Fennimore
Native American Rights Fund Boulder, CO christine fennimore


Glaze name: Murrow Variation

Cone: 9 - 10
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        57.4       57.35
Kaolin                   26.0       26.03
Lepidolite               15.6       15.62
Soda ash                  1.0        1.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Navy w/gold flecks

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: ?
Color: navy blue w/gold flecks
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash spar              40.0       40.00
Flint                    25.0       25.00
Gerstley borate          10.0       10.00
Dolomite                 10.0       10.00
Frit 3110                 5.0        5.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Whiting                   5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          0.0        0.02

Comments:

This is a wonderful blue that doesn't run. I hope that all these help
you and whom ever else might need them. Jennifer Alpine, TX jennifer
rhinesmith


Glaze name: new glaze

Date: 05/03/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

                        -----    --------
Totals:                   0.0        0.00

Comments:


Glaze name: new glaze

Date: 05/03/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

                        -----    --------
Totals:                   0.0        0.00

Comments:


Glaze name: new glaze

Date: 12/15/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

                        -----    --------
Totals:                   0.0        0.00

Comments:


Glaze name: new glaze

Date: 12/15/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

                        -----    --------
Totals:                   0.0        0.00

Comments:


Glaze name: new glaze

Date: 06/29/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

                        -----    --------
Totals:                   0.0        0.00

Comments:


Glaze name: new glaze

Date: 11/26/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

                        -----    --------
Totals:                   0.0        0.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Nickel Buckwheat

Cone: 7
Color: buckwheat
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate          2.9        2.86
Talc                     10.5       10.48
Whiting                  17.1       17.14
Feldspar                 47.6       47.62
Kaolin                    7.6        7.62
Flint                    14.3       14.28
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Nickel oxide              1.0        0.95
Red iron oxide            7.6        7.62

Comments:

from Tony W.T. Yeh (3/95 CM) Kathleen Gordon Palo Alto,Ca
email:[email protected] voice:415-328-9164


Glaze name: Oatmeal

Cone: 10
Surface texture: Matte
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 53.2       53.30
Dolomite                 20.7       20.70
EPK                      21.7       21.70
Whiting                   4.4        4.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Tin oxide                 4.4        4.40
Zircopax                  8.7        8.70
Yellow ochre              2.2        2.20

Comments:

This glaze
must be applied over a clay body that spots such as rod's bod.
Thicker applications give a lighter ochre color and thinner
applications give the darker rusty brown shades. This glaze breaks
darker over textures. Don't mix up more than you can use over a
period of a month or two because the results seem to alter somewhat
as the glaze ages a bit. The glaze must be fired in a medium to a
heavy reduction to get the results you want. submitted by: Marilyn,
in Utah e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Oestreich Shino #2

Cone: 9 - 10
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        42.9       42.88
Kona F-4 feldspar        10.3       10.28
Spodumene                14.5       14.47
Kentucky OM #4           14.3       14.29
EPK                      14.3       14.29
Soda ash                  3.8        3.78
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Ohata Kaki

Glaze type: Iron saturate
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red rust iron
Visual texture: Mottled
Crystals: Small
Date: 12/05/2008

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          47.8       47.80
Flint                    21.1       21.10
EPK                       6.7        6.70
Talc theoretical          6.7        6.70
Whiting                   7.8        7.80
Bone ash                 10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Red iron oxide           11.1       11.10
Bentonite                 2.2        2.20

Comments:

Apply at least medium thickness. Must cool slowly to develop good rust color.
Univ of FL shop glaze


Glaze name: Oil spot

Glaze type: Temmoku (Oilspot)
Cone: 10-11
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 09/04/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Soda spar                68.4       68.40
Silica                   17.8       17.80
EPK                       4.9        4.90
Talc                      8.9        8.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            7.1        7.11
Cobalt carbonate          2.0        2.00

Comments:

From John Britt
http://www.ceramicstoday.com/articles/oilspot.htm Article on oil-spot glazes.
John's web site: http://www.johnbrittpottery.com/
Must be applied thickly. Fired in oxidation. Reduction between cone 9-11 will
smooth out bubbles and help flux the iron. You can re-fire any pieces w/craters.


Glaze name: Oil Spot #3 John's

Glaze type: Temmoku (Oilspot)
Cone: 10-11
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black w/ silver spots
Visual texture: Speckled
Flow: Slight
Date: 09/04/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Soda spar                54.6       54.62
Silica                   29.4       29.41
Whiting                   4.2        4.20
EPK                       7.6        7.56
Dolomite                  4.2        4.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Also add:

Red iron oxide            6.7        6.72
Cobalt carbonate          4.2        4.20

Comments:

From John Britt
http://www.ceramicstoday.com/articles/oilspot.htm Article on oil-spot glazes.
John's web site: http://www.johnbrittpottery.com/
Must be applied thickly. Fired in oxidation. Reduction between cone 9-11 will
smooth out bubbles and help flux the iron. You can re-fire any pieces w/craters.


Glaze name: Oil Spot Bailey's

Glaze type: Temmoku (Oilspot)
Cone: 10-11
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: black w/brown spots
Visual texture: Speckled
Bubbles: Many
Flow: Slight
Testing: Untested
Date: 09/04/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          25.5       25.51
Soda spar                35.7       35.71
EPK                      15.3       15.30
Talc                      5.1        5.10
Dolomite                  5.1        5.10
Frit 3110                 5.1        5.10
Silica                    8.2        8.16
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.98

Also add:

Red iron oxide            6.0        6.00

Comments:

From John Britt http://www.ceramicstoday.com/articles/oilspot.htm Article on
oil-spot glazes. John's web site: http://www.johnbrittpottery.com/ Must be
applied thickly. Fired in oxidation. Reduction between cone 9-11 will smooth out
bubbles and help flux the iron. Good all-oxidation in an electric kiln. You can
re-fire any pieces w/craters.


Glaze name: Oil Spot Harding

Glaze type: Oil Spot
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 06/03/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          23.6       23.60
Silica                   29.2       29.20
Whiting                  18.0       18.00
Ball clay                29.2       29.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           13.5       13.50

Comments:

From John Britt's book "High-Fire Glazes". Put Harding Oil Spot cover over for
dappled effects in reduction. Most oil spots happen in oxidation.


Glaze name: Oil Spot Harding Cover

Glaze type: Oil Spot
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 06/03/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          45.0       45.00
Silica                   10.5       10.50
Whiting                  10.5       10.50
Kaolin                   17.6       17.60
Barium carbonate         11.8       11.80
Zinc oxide                4.6        4.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 15.5       15.50
yellow stain             10.0       10.00

Comments:

From John Britt's book "High-Fire Glazes". Put Harding Oil Spot cover over for
Harding Oil Spot dappled effects in reduction. Most oil spots happen in oxidation.


Glaze name: Oil Spot John Britt test

Date: 12/03/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   18.0       18.00
Talc theoretical          9.0        9.00
Soda feldspar - theoretical   68.0       68.00
Kaolin - theoretical      5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Oil Spot Marcia's

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Color: Mahogany Brown
Testing: Untested
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cedar Heights Redart Clay   80.0       80.00
Spodumene                20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

The spodumene is Gwalia spod. fr. Australia. On porcelain this is a
gloss mahogany-brown, or blacker where thicker, with some nice
teadust flecks; breaking amber-straw color where it thins out on
rims. On buff-white stoneware it's a slightly-reddish brown if single
dipped & blacker if double-dipped, both colors with nice gradations &
flecking. (not an oilspot really, at least in my firing, but a
tenmoku with depth). submitted by: Marcia Kindlmann e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Oil spot Traditional

Glaze type: Temmoku (Oilspot)
Cone: 10-11
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 09/04/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          80.2       80.18
Silica                    5.7        5.66
Whiting                   3.8        3.77
Talc                      4.7        4.71
Bone ash                  5.7        5.66
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.98

Also add:

Red iron oxide            8.5        8.50

Comments:

From John Britt
http://www.ceramicstoday.com/articles/oilspot.htm Article on oil-spot glazes.
John's web site: http://www.johnbrittpottery.com/
Must be applied thickly. Fired in oxidation. Reduction between cone 9-11 will
smooth out bubbles and help flux the iron. You can re-fire any pieces w/craters.


Glaze name: Oilspot Red

Glaze type: Oil Spot
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red
Visual texture: Mottled
Testing: untested
Date: 11/23/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 37.0       37.00
Whiting                   3.1        3.10
Barium carbonate          3.1        3.10
Kentucky OM #4            7.0        7.00
Talc theoretical          5.7        5.70
Flint                    32.6       32.60
Bone ash                 11.5       11.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           13.0       13.00

Comments:

Cone 9 oxidation or cone 10 reduction. From June Perry
via ClayArt.


Glaze name: Opal Blue

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: ?
Color: blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Neph Sy                  35.6       35.57
Dolomite                 17.1       17.13
Zinc oxide                2.5        2.49
Whiting                   3.1        3.12
Kaolin                    5.9        5.92
Flint                    35.8       35.77
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    5.0        5.01

Comments:

Doesn't add up properly, but the glaze worked. Here's a glaze you
could try called Opal Blue, it's more medium blue with a lighter blue
on top. It was one of my favorites when I had access to a gas
kiln....sigh.... It is very pretty. from anne chambers


Glaze name: Opal Feldspathic

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Clear pearly
Date: 08/11/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 58.0       58.00
Whiting                  17.0       17.00
Flint                    14.0       14.00
Ball clay                 6.0        6.00
Zinc oxide                5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Date:  Wed, 9 Aug 2000 From: Sheron Roberts 
Subject: Re: opalescence

The following is a glaze I tried from the Tony Birk book, The
Complete Potter's Companion, revised edition.

Fired to cone 10, oxidation it produced an interesting opal like
surface.  On the inside of the bowls, where the glaze was thickest,
the color was like mother of pearl, very pretty.   I would suggest
testing first though.

"Clear" Feldspathic
2280F/ 1250C

"This glaze is translucent rather than transparent, with the
characteristic "milk and water" look of a feldspathic glaze.  When
it is thick, it has fine bubbles trapped in the glaze which give
give sparkle, and it combines well with copper oxide (1%) to
make gray green - a celedon without reduction."

The above is straight from the book, I have not tried the copper
oxide addition, yet.
Sheron in NC
Variations --
Gray green = + 1% copper oxide


Glaze name: ORANGE RED

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Color: orange red
Testing: Untested
Date: 4/10/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        47.3       47.30
Gerstley borate          14.2       14.20
Flint                    27.5       27.50
Whiting                   9.3        9.30
Zinc oxide                1.7        1.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          0.3        0.30
Tin oxide                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

from Pete Pinnell, via Jim Connell on ClayArt.


Glaze name: Orange Temple

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Color: Orange
Date: 02/06/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          48.0       48.00
Cornwall Stone           17.0       17.00
Whiting                  17.0       17.00
Tennessee #10             9.0        9.00
Zinc oxide                3.0        3.00
EPK                       6.0        6.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            3.6        3.60
Rutile                    2.4        2.40

Comments:

From Bill Van Gilder


Glaze name: Oribe Shaner

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10 - 11
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: gloss
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: green
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          30.9       30.90
Silica                   25.3       25.30
Whiting                  22.4       22.40
Talc theoretical          7.8        7.80
EPK                      12.6       12.60
Bone ash                  1.1        1.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.1        1.10
Copper carbonate          5.5        5.50

Comments:

This is a glossy forest green at cone 10-11. below ^10 it is similar
in color, but a satin matte. submitted by: Dave Eitel e-mail:
[email protected]
Karen Newgard's version has 7% copper carb.


Glaze name: Oxidation Iron Red

Cone: 8 - 9
Color: iron red
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

China clay                6.8        6.83
Potash feldspar          50.7       50.73
Flint                    14.6       14.63
Whiting                   2.4        2.44
Bone ash                 14.6       14.63
Talc                     10.7       10.73
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Also add:

Red iron oxide            9.8        9.76

Comments:

If it is of interest, a common recipe for the so called Copper Red in
oxidation used over here is as follows. The key RM is Bone Ash. fire
to ^8 or ^9 molecular analysis K20 0.189 Al2O3 0.346 SiO2 2.820 Na2O
0.070 Fe2O3 0.178 P2O5 0.137 CaO 0.494 _____ _____ MgO 0.247 0.524
2.957 _____ 1.000 David Hewitt  David Hewitt
Pottery Caerleon, Newport, Gwent, UK.


Glaze name: Persimmon

Glaze type: Iron saturate
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          71.4       71.42
Silica                   14.3       14.29
Whiting                  14.3       14.29
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 3.1        3.06
Red iron oxide            2.0        2.04
Rutile                    3.1        3.06

Comments:

submitted by: Michelle Lowe e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Peter Lane's Crackle

Cone: 7 - 9
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           85.0       85.00
Whiting                  15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

I'm looking for a white crackle glaze, satin or semi-mat surface. I
just tested an old glaze recipe dug up from my files. Guess
what.....no crackles, no crazing. Turned out a smooth satin white on
my porcelain at a high ^6. Couldn't believe it...and to think what I
go through some times to get rid of crazing on a functional glaze!!!
Anyone have a white crackle glaze to share? submitted by: Anne
Chambers e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Pewter Spotty Matt

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Gray
Date: 03/06/01

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          47.0       47.00
Whiting                  18.0       18.00
EPK                       7.0        7.00
Silica                   28.0       28.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          8.0        8.00
Rutile                    4.0        4.00
Red iron oxide           15.0       15.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Pier's Pure Lux-Deluxe Revised

Cone: 8-9
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 04/21/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3289                21.6       21.00
Frit 3110                 2.1        2.00
Spodumene                13.1       12.70
Barium carbonate         14.9       14.50
Zinc oxide                4.1        4.00
Grolleg                  12.3       12.00
Silica                   31.9       31.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       97.20

Also add:

Zircopax Plus             1.4        1.40
Veegum T                  1.4        1.40
Copper carbonate          0.0        0.02
CMC                       0.4        0.40

Comments:

Calls for low-iron spodumene. 2 coats best - let dry between. Slow fire toward the end. CMC needed especially
for erbium for good suspension. Copper carb used to preserve CMC. A bit runny at
C9, but clear. C8 stable but not as transparent as C9. Barium has a positive
effect on lanthide color solubility and gives more lusterous glazes. This glaze
has been tested and fired as stated there is no Ba leaching. From David Pier.
Variations --
Pink Lemonade + Erbium oxide 8.2

Lime Candy + praseodymium oxide 7

Grape Candy + neofymium oxide 5.5


Glaze name: Pink Katz Zinc

Cone: 10
Firing: Oxidation
Color: Pink
Date: 09/20/2017

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        40.0       40.00
Zinc oxide               20.0       20.00
Flint                    30.0       30.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chromium oxide            1.0        1.00

Comments:

Zinc pink. No tin needed. From Matthew Katz.


Glaze name: Pink Nickel Crystal

Glaze type: Crystalline
Cone: 9
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Date: 10/17/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          34.0       34.00
Flint                    12.0       12.00
EPK                       4.0        4.00
Barium carbonate         36.0       36.00
Zinc oxide               14.0       14.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Black nickel oxide        2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Margaret Bohls. Satin Matte. Magenta/hot pink crystals floating in a
transparent brown. Looks blue thin. Perfect at a medium cone 9. Will run too much
and list its crystals if fired hotter.


Glaze name: pink nickel crystal Bohls

Glaze type: Crystalline
Cone: 9
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Pink
Date: 07/28/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          34.0       34.00
Flint                    12.0       12.00
EPK                       4.0        4.00
Barium carbonate         36.0       36.00
Zinc oxide               14.0       14.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Black nickel oxide        2.0        2.00

Comments:

Magenta-hot pink crystals floating in transparent brown. Looks blue where thin.
Electric fire to cone 9 medium. Will run and lose crystals if fired hotter.
From Margaret Bohls.


Glaze name: Pink Shocking

Glaze type: Barium matt
Cone: 7 - 9
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Pink
Testing: Untested
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          35.0       35.00
Barium carbonate         40.0       40.00
Zinc oxide               15.0       15.00
China clay                5.0        5.00
Silica                    5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Nickel oxide              1.5        1.50

Comments:

from the Cooper Glaze Recipes book. I fired this at ^8.  Where
it's thin, the glaze is sort of 'old blue jeans' blue, with tan
streaks. Where it's thickest, it's a deep maroony-mauve. The surface
is a satin matt.


Glaze name: Pink-Beige

Cone: 10
Color: pink to beige
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          43.0       43.01
Whiting                  21.5       21.51
EPK                      10.7       10.75
Flint                    21.5       21.51
Zinc oxide                3.2        3.23
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Also add:

Rutile                    7.5        7.53
Bentonite                 2.1        2.15

Comments:

Apricot at ^9, the hotter it gets the more I like it. More pink and
broken surface. Good in a wood kiln in reduction, too. I use Dave's
porcelain from Laguna. Dean McRaine  on the north
shore of Kauai


Glaze name: Plum Dark

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Transparency: Translucent
Color: blue brown
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        35.7       35.70
Dolomite                 15.3       15.30
Silica                   30.6       30.60
Strontium carbonate       6.1        6.10
Whiting                   8.2        8.20
EPK                       4.1        4.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Manganese dioxide         4.1        4.10
Cobalt oxide              0.5        0.50

Comments:

variegated brown and blue. glossy. not a lot of color concentration
 All the glazes were tested on #900 Miller clay which
is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One side of the test tile was brushed with
a thick coating of Cynthia Bringle's wet/dry white slip. Each glaze
was dipped in three thicknesses on a heavily textured tile. All tiles
were fired to a (hard)^9 (10 tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body
reduction at ^08 and 1 hr. glaze reduction at ^9 then a quick reox.
before shutdown. Any time potash or Custer spar is called for, I used
G-200. All ball clay is OM-4 . Many glazes I substituted 75% of the
amount of Barium with Strontium. All kaolin is EPK. Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4
Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME 04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922
email: [email protected] web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Plum to Black V.C. IR-A

Glaze type: Ca B IronSaturate
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Plum to black
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              35.0       35.00
Gerstley borate          20.0       20.00
Whiting                  15.0       15.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           10.0       10.00

Comments:

Dark plum thin, to black thick Glaze Type: Ca B IronSaturate.
Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Reduction From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: Plum to Black V.C. IR-A

Glaze type: Ca B IronSaturate
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy
Color: Plum to black
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              35.0       35.00
Gerstley borate          20.0       20.00
Whiting                  15.0       15.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           10.0       10.00

Comments:

Dark plum thin, to black thick Glaze Type: Ca B IronSaturate.
Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Reduction From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: Porcelain Beasecker2

Glaze type: Clay (Porcelain)
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Reduction
Date: 11/29/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  50.0       50.00
Custer feldspar          27.0       27.00
Flint                    23.0       23.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Epsom salts               0.3        0.25

Comments:

From Peter Beasecker


Glaze name: Porcelain Clay Beasecker 9-10

Glaze type: Clay (Porcelain)
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Color: White
Date: 11/29/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

#6 Tile clay             30.0       30.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
Tennessee #1              5.0        5.00
Custer feldspar          27.0       27.00
Flint                    23.0       23.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Epsom salts               0.3        0.25

Comments:

Peter Beasecker Porcelain Recipe.


Glaze name: Purple (from Walter Donald Kring)

Glaze type: Copper red
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy, shiny
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Purple
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                  9.4        9.40
Gerstley borate          13.6       13.60
Whiting                   2.7        2.70
Zinc oxide                1.8        1.80
Potash feldspar          43.6       43.60
Kaolin                    1.8        1.80
Flint                    27.1       27.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          0.1        0.05
Copper carbonate          0.5        0.50
Tin oxide                 3.0        3.00

Comments:

For a beautiful purple glaze rafael molina-rodriguez (rafael
molina-rodriguez)


Glaze name: Purple Chun

Glaze type: Chun
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red-purple
Date: 05/30/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          25.9       26.00
Flint                    29.4       29.50
Whiting                  15.0       15.10
EPK                       1.8        1.80
Ball clay                 5.6        5.60
Soda ash                  7.1        7.10
Frit 3134                11.3       11.30
Barium carbonate          4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.40

Also add:

Tin oxide                 1.1        1.10
Copper carbonate          0.5        0.50

Comments:

from Linda Arbuckle. Plummy.


Glaze name: Purple Coleman's

Glaze type: Copper red
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: shiny, glossy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: purple red
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate          5.0        5.00
Dolomite                  5.0        5.00
Gerstley borate           5.0        5.00
Whiting                   8.0        8.00
Zinc oxide                2.5        2.50
Custer feldspar          49.7       49.80
Silica, 200 mesh         24.9       24.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.20

Also add:

Tin oxide                 1.0        1.00
Cobalt carbonate          0.2        0.20
Copper carbonate          2.0        2.00

Comments:

I've used the following Coleman Purple (Cone 10, reduction) with good
results. It came from the September 1984 Ceramics Monthly. In
addition to this glaze, there are other excellent glazes to
experiment with. Try the Oxblood Red Glaze. submitted by: Randy
Brodnax e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Purple Emily

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 9
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Purple
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          41.0       41.00
Colemanite               12.0       12.00
Dolomite                  7.0        7.00
Talc theoretical         15.0       15.00
Kentucky OM #4            5.0        5.00
Silica                   20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              2.0        2.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Tin oxide                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Buttery texture, very purple. UF shop glaze.


Glaze name: Purple Emily's

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Purple
Date: 3/26/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          41.0       41.00
Gerstley borate          12.0       12.00
Dolomite                  7.0        7.00
Talc                     15.0       15.00
Ball clay                 5.0        5.00
Silica                   20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Cobalt oxide              2.0        2.00
Zircopax                  3.0        3.00

Comments:

Here's a purple that doesn't need reduction. It comes out fine in
cone 10 neutral in my gas kiln.  Jennifer Boyer e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Purple Haze

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Purple
Date: 06/03/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          49.9       50.00
Whiting                   8.8        8.80
Silica                   21.2       21.30
Kaolin                    2.7        2.70
Gerstley borate           6.9        6.90
Dolomite                  6.4        6.40
Zinc oxide                4.2        4.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.30

Also add:

snno                      3.2        3.20
Copper carbonate          1.1        1.10
Titanium dioxide          3.5        3.50

Comments:

From John Britt's book "High-Fire Glazes".


Glaze name: Purple Rain

Cone: 8
Date: 3/26/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          50.9       50.89
Silica                   25.4       25.45
Whiting                   8.1        8.14
Dolomite                  5.1        5.09
Gerstley borate           5.1        5.09
Barium carbonate          5.1        5.09
Zinc oxide                0.2        0.25
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 1.0        1.02
Copper carbonate          2.0        2.03
Cobalt carbonate          0.2        0.25

Comments:

This is an old art school recipe....man, its been years, so don't
know if all ingrediants still available or whatever. It worked real
well at ^8. We called it Purple Rain (dates it, don't it?) submitted
by: Carol A. Spiros e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Raspberry Red to Pale Seagreen

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Color: Raspberry Red to Pale Seagreen
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          30.9       30.91
Whiting                  22.4       22.36
Silica                   25.3       25.32
Talc                      7.8        7.81
EPK                      12.6       12.55
Bone ash                  1.1        1.05
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper Oxide              5.5        5.49

Comments:

FLUID, DO NOT DIP. THIN USE W/ CHUN/YANIGARA/HT/BLACK STAIN June: I
have used this oribe as an accent glaze only. Thick it is green with
a shine, but not a gloss to it. Thin, it is pink (reduced). I found
that flung from a brush through a seive will produce light pink fine
spatter. I use it with a chun that has tin oxide, but no other
colorant and a semi matt white, from a potter by the name of
Yanigara. If you like the way it behaves, Ill send the Yanigara rx as
well. It is a favorite of mine. submitted by: Donald Goldsobel
e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Red Bailey's

Glaze type: Iron saturate
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: red-brown
Visual texture: Speckled
Crystals: Small
Date: 06/03/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          47.0       47.00
Silica                   13.0       13.00
Kaolin                   13.0       13.00
Talc                     10.5       10.50
Bone ash                 14.0       14.00
Lithium carbonate         2.5        2.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            8.0        8.00

Comments:

From John Britt's book High Fire Glazes.


Glaze name: Red Copper

Glaze type: Copper red
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red
Source: Central Clay--www.cclay.com
Date: 05/14/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gillespie borate          8.0        8.00
Whiting                  15.0       15.00
Nepheline syenite        13.0       13.00
EPK                       9.0        9.00
Flint                    30.0       30.00
G-200 feldspar           25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 2.0        2.00
Copper carbonate          1.5        1.50

Comments:


Glaze name: Red Lab Fee Intense

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Red
Date: 11/29/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          20.0       20.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        22.0       22.00
Dolomite                 10.0       10.00
Grolleg                  20.0       20.00
Flint                    12.0       12.00
Talc                      8.0        8.00
Whiting                   8.0        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cerdec Intensive Red stain   12.0       12.00

Comments:

From Peter Beasecker


Glaze name: Red Oharata

Glaze type: Iron saturate
Cone: 9 - 12
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red, gold, yellow
Source: Val Cushing VC ed. via GlazeBase
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ball clay                 6.0        6.00
Custer feldspar          48.0       48.00
Flint                    22.0       22.00
Talc                      6.0        6.00
Whiting                   6.0        6.00
Bone ash                 12.0       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           10.0       10.00
Bentonite                 3.0        3.00

Comments:

Tomato red with orange gold flecks in reduction. Satin glossy yellow
green in salt. Must have lighter reduction up and slow reoxidizing
cool at top temperature, four to six hours.


Glaze name: Red Oilspot

Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red
Visual texture: Mottled
Testing: untested
Date: 11/23/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 37.0       37.00
Whiting                   3.1        3.10
Barium carbonate          3.1        3.10
Kentucky OM #4            7.0        7.00
Talc                      5.7        5.70
Flint                    32.6       32.60
Bone ash                 11.5       11.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           13.0       13.00

Comments:

Cone 9 oxidation or cone 10 reduction. From June Perry
via ClayArt.


Glaze name: Red Shaner

Glaze type: Calcium matt
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red Red-Brown
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              50.0       50.00
EPK                       7.0        7.00
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
Talc                      4.0        4.00
Calcined kaolin          15.0       15.00
Bone ash                  4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Iron oxide                3.8        3.80

Comments:

This is the original Shaner Red. Colors from earthy yellow to
yellow-green to a rich iron red. Deep red brown with yellow green
overtones where thick. Yellow green with red fleck and dark brown
where thin. Yellow green where thick. Something like Rowlands. 'Use
10% bone ash and it goes red as hell--like copper red, amazing' Glaze
Type: Ca AlMatt. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Reduction From Val
Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: Red Splotchy Glaze

Glaze type: Copper red (Oxblood)
Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate          2.0        2.00
Calcined Zinc Oxide       4.0        4.00
Lithium carbonate         2.0        2.00
Whiting                  14.1       14.10
Custer feldspar          50.6       50.50
Ferro frit 3134           7.1        7.10
Silica, (325 mesh)       20.2       20.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Copper carbonate          0.6        0.60
Tin oxide                 1.0        1.00
Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

GREAT BLUE/RED /DARK BLUE! My experience with copper red is that what matters
most is to begin reduction at cone 012 fairly heavy and then go into moderate
reduction after cone 05 drops. Continue moderate to light reduction until cone 10
then a brief oxidation peroid of about 10 minutes. If you over reduce it will be
liver brown and under reduced will be celadon. One solution to a problem (uneven,
spotty reduction and under reduced)we had was to turn down the gas and air. To
slow it down and reduce at the above schedule. We were firing in an Alpine
updraft with blowers and just running the same schedule as the people who fired
before us. They were firing at 4 pounds pressure (natural gas) with the blowers
at 70. Something like that. But we reduced the gas and the air and the firing was
100% better. No more spotty reduction or unreduced pots. submitted by: John Britt
e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Red to Green Staley

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Date: 12/11/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                  2.0        2.00
Whiting                  15.0       15.00
EPK                      13.0       13.00
Custer feldspar          50.0       50.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          8.0        8.00
Red iron oxide            1.0        1.00

Comments:

From Karen Newgard. Chris Staley glaze.


Glaze name: Rene' Ben Lisa (France)

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Color: dark green with iron
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          54.5       54.55
Whiting                  13.6       13.64
Flint                    22.7       22.73
Kaolin                    4.5        4.55
Barium Carb               4.5        4.55
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.02

Also add:

yellow ochre              4.5        4.55

Comments:

Here is a dark green shiny glaze that I used when I was doing
porcelain ^10 reduction....It is beautiful especially on texture. Add
more if you want a deeper green Add 10% red iron ox. for a temmoku I
know it does not add up to 100...try it anyway. On stoneware it is a
bit bland for my tastes but on white stoneware or porcelain its a
beauty. It comes from Peter Lane's book Studio Porcelain As Always in
Clay Peggy peggy heer


Glaze name: Rhodes Magnesia Base

Cone: 10
Surface texture: semi-matte
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              42.9       42.86
Gerstley borate          12.4       12.38
Dolomite                  6.7        6.67
Talc                     14.3       14.29
EPK                       4.8        4.76
Silica                   19.0       19.05
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Comments:

Then add 1- 8% Iron Chromate, depending on how dark a grey you want.
The grey will be slightly greenish. I used to mAke a semi-matt grey
(as well as a lot of other colors) when I was doing ^10 reduction
from Rhodes Magnesia Base.Hope this helps. Paul Lewing, Seattle
http:digitalfire.com/magic/lewing.htm


Glaze name: Richard's Drip Fake Ash

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Translucent
Flow: Extreme
Date: 04/11/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          21.5       21.50
EPK                      24.7       24.70
Silica                    8.1        8.10
Talc                      2.7        2.70
Whiting                  43.0       43.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Fake ash. Very runny rivulet glaze. Apply very thinly. Good for accenting texture,
over slip of slip trailing. From Richard Burkett.


Glaze name: Rick Haynes Satin

Glaze type: Ca Mg Na
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Sensuous Satin matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: White
Source: Val Cushing VC ed. via GlazeBase
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                   8.0        8.00
Flint                    30.0       30.00
Nepheline syenite        45.0       45.00
Talc                      7.0        7.00
Dolomite                 10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 3.0        3.00

Comments:

One of Val's 'Four Star' glazes. Very Smooth, lovely to touch, tactile quality is
four star. Rec. by VC for Liz R. & LA Pottery 2/92
Variations --
Colorants 0.5% CoCarb. = lavender range;
2% Red iron oxide + 4% Rutile = beige range


Glaze name: Rivulet #1 + #2

Glaze type: Fake ash
Cone: 9
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Translucent
Date: 10/17/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                    10.0       10.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Ball clay                20.0       20.00
Whiting                  30.0       30.00
Dolomite                  7.5        7.50
Barium carbonate         12.5       12.50
Strontium carbonate      10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Runs in webs and rivulets. Nice fake ash base for colors. Runs too much if fired
above cone 9.
From Margaret Bohls
Variations --
deep blue: +titanium diox. 4, + cobalt carb. 2%, + RIO 0.5%
Pink: + Alpine Rose stain 7%, + zircopax 2%


Glaze name: Rivulet V.C.

Glaze type: Ca FakeAsh
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy and Matt
Color: Yellow green
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ball clay                30.0       30.00
Whiting                  30.0       30.00
Barium carbonate         15.0       15.00
Dolomite                 15.0       15.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            4.0        4.00

Comments:

Do not apply right to the foot. It will run. This is a high calcium,
fake ash glaze. Thin=rustybrown;med.=yellow green;thick=moss green
pools Glaze Type: Ca FakeAsh . Opacity: Semi-opq. Firing type: Redtn.
From Val Cushing.VC ed


Glaze name: Rivulet V.C. #1

Glaze type: Fake ash
Cone: 9
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 10/17/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                    10.0       10.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
Whiting                  30.0       30.00
Strontium carbonate      20.0       20.00
Barium carbonate         10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Opaque and satin at cone 9, not runny and rivulety, but nice varied surface. Blue
develops nice titanium crystals on the surface. A nice complement to the Rivulet
#1 + #2 glaze.
From Margaret Bohls
Variations --
deep blue: +titanium diox. 4, + cobalt carb. 2%, + RIO 0.5%
Pink: + Alpine Rose stain 7%, + zircopax 2%


Glaze name: Rivulet V.C. #1 from Bohls

Glaze type: Fake ash
Cone: 9
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 07/28/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                    10.0       10.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
Whiting                  30.0       30.00
Strontium carbonate      20.0       20.00
Barium carbonate         10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Not runny rivulet at cone 9, but a nice varied surface. A nice complement to the Rivulet 1 + 2
glaze.
From Margaret Bohls.
Variations --
deep blue: titanium diox 4 + cobalt carb. 2 + RIO 0.5%
Blue develops Ti crystals on the surface
pink: Alpine rose Mason stain 7 + zircopax 2%


Glaze name: Rivulet VC 1 + 2

Glaze type: Fake ash
Cone: 9
Firing: Oxidation
Color: White
Date: 07/28/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                    10.0       10.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Ball clay                20.0       20.00
Whiting                  30.0       30.00
Dolomite                  7.5        7.50
Barium carbonate         12.5       12.50
Strontium carbonate      10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Runs in webs & rivulets. Nice fake-ash base for colors. Runs too much if fired
hotter than cone 9. From Margaret Bohls.
Variations --
deep blue: titanium diox 4 + cobalt carb. 2 + RIO 0.5%

pink: Alpine rose Mason stain 7 + zircopax 2% + RIO 0.5%


Glaze name: Robbie's Y Glaze for Exteriors

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Date: 05/24/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                  28.0       28.00
Custer feldspar          48.4       48.37
EPK                      10.7       10.74
Silica                   12.9       12.89
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          8.6        8.60
Bentonite                 2.2        2.15

Comments:

From Robbie Lobell. Used on the outside of flameware body. Looks like it's
applied very thinly. Article in Ceramics Mo. May 2011.
Variations --
Gold: titanium dioxide 5-8 %


Glaze name: Ruth Ballou's Slip

Cone: 5-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Testing: Untested
Date: 3/26/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        25.0       25.00
Ball clay                20.0       20.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
Silica                   30.0       30.00
Borax                     5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

cone 8-10 for various shades of Blue Green add: 1-4% Chrome Ox 1-3%
Cobalt Carb Muted blue 5 Cobalt Carb 10 Red Iron OX 15 Rutile Blue
2-4% Cobalt Carb Brown 5 - 40% Red Iron Ox submitted by: Ruth Ballou
e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Rutile Blue

Cone: 10
Surface texture: shiny, glossy
Color: rutile blue
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          32.2       32.20
Whiting                  20.5       20.50
Flint                    19.5       19.50
EPK                      16.6       16.60
Talc                     11.2       11.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    8.3        8.30

Comments:

Below is a glaze I have been using for years, I got it out of CM.
Likes a thick dip and I also double dip rims. Does not like a long
soak at cone 10. Looks best at a good cone 9 (slightly satin with
shiny spots) or 10 ( glossy blue with mottling and crystals) Good
Luck! Barbara Murphy, Waterloo, Ontario dave murphy




Glaze name: Rutile Blue #1

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: satin to glossy
Color: tan to light blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           32.2       32.20
Whiting                  20.5       20.50
Flint                    19.5       19.50
EPK                      16.6       16.60
Talc                     11.2       11.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    8.3        8.30

Comments:

from Alfred U. days Tan where thin Beige where med. and mottled light
blue where thick. Satin matt to gloss. Well I finally got around to
typing this thing up...^9-10 Blues Thank you one and all for all the
donated recipes. I only tested 31 out of almost 100 I received. I'll
continue testing and reporting as the winter DRAGS on. All the glazes
were tested on #900 Miller clay which is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One
side of the test tile was brushed with a thick coating of Cynthia
Bringle's wet/dry white slip. Each glaze was dipped in three
thicknesses on a heavily textured tile. All tiles were fired to a
(hard)^9 (10 tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08
and 1 hr. glaze reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown.
Any time potash or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball
clay is OM-4 . Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium
with Strontium. All kaolin is EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel
well. Your results will probably be TOTALLY different. Please test
before use. Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME
04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected]
web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Rutile Blue #2

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: satin to gloss
Color: tan to blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                 15.8       15.80
G-200 feldspar           30.0       30.00
Whiting                  11.1       11.10
EPK                      16.8       16.80
Flint                    26.3       26.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    8.0        8.00

Comments:

from Kevin Tan satin almost gold where thin. pasty blue gloss where
thick. Beautiful with CB slip Well I finally got around to typing
this thing up...^9-10 Blues Thank you one and all for all the donated
recipes. I only tested 31 out of almost 100 I received. I'll continue
testing and reporting as the winter DRAGS on. All the glazes were
tested on #900 Miller clay which is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One side
of the test tile was brushed with a thick coating of Cynthia
Bringle's wet/dry white slip. Each glaze was dipped in three
thicknesses on a heavily textured tile. All tiles were fired to a
(hard)^9 (10 tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08
and 1 hr. glaze reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown.
Any time potash or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball
clay is OM-4 . Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium
with Strontium. All kaolin is EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel
well. Your results will probably be TOTALLY different. Please test
before use. Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME
04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected]
web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Rutile Blue I

Cone: 10 - 11
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Color: rutile blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              28.9       28.90
Whiting                  20.6       20.60
EPK                      18.9       18.90
Flint                    31.6       31.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    7.0        7.00

Comments:

I can't put my hands on that copy of CM right now, but I did copy
into my glaze notebook the two rutile glazes in that article. Rutile
Blue II is a glaze I am still using. Jan Wax jan wax



Glaze name: Rutile Blue II

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: glossy
Color: rutile blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                 15.8       15.80
Custer spar              30.0       30.00
Whiting                  11.1       11.10
EPK                      16.8       16.80
Flint                    26.3       26.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    8.0        8.00

Comments:

I can't put my hands on that copy of CM right now, but I did copy
into my glaze notebook the two rutile glazes in that article. Rutile
Blue II is a glaze I am still using. Jan Wax jan wax



Glaze name: Rutile Blue SEGAR

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: blue to rust
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          42.0       42.00
Flint                    27.0       27.00
Ball clay                13.0       13.00
Whiting                  18.0       18.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Black iron oxide          4.0        4.00
Titanium dioxide          4.0        4.00

Comments:

If you are looking for a reliable rutile blue glaze, I have one that
uses titanium (pure form of rutile, of course) and is very nice. It
comes out as a classic blue (thick), rust (thinner) glaze and I have
found it to be very reliable. Gail Dapogny in Ann Arbor james dapogny


Glaze name: Rutile Mix

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Date: 10/06/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Rutile                   50.0       50.00
Gerstley borate          50.0       50.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Rutile/Black Jess'

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kaolin                   22.0       22.00
Potash feldspar          36.0       36.00
Dolomite                 18.0       18.00
Whiting                   4.0        4.00
Colemanite                4.0        4.00
Silica                   16.0       16.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    5.0        5.00

Comments:

reduction or oxidation This is a great glaze on
stoneware it is a shiny black which breaks to gold on texture or
rims. On red body it is especially beautiful. On porcelin it becomes
runny if too thick but is a beautiful soft grey breaking to black on
texture or on rims etc. This glaze has never failed to surprise me in
every firing of it. submitted by: PEGGY HEER email:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Sapergia Base

Cone: 10
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Talc                      9.8        9.84
Whiting                  18.0       17.97
Custer feldspar          28.3       28.28
Alberta slip             12.5       12.50
Kaolin                   14.4       14.38
Silica                   17.0       17.03
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    7.3        7.34

Comments:

We've been having a terrible time with one of our production glazes.
We've used it for several years without a problem, but after moving a
year ago we started getting major blisters. Some firings are ok, then
we'll have a terrible load even tho we fire the same schedule each
time. We thot it might be the new water (it's softer, so we wondered
if it might have more sodium), but tried the 'old' water, got the
same blisters, altho not as bad (for a load or 2). We typically fire
(propane) to ^10 tip touching, in about 11-12 hours) start reduction
at ^012 at the coolest spot in the kiln. We take an hour from ^9 to
^10, then usually leave the damper open for an hour to quick cool
before we close it. We tried closing it immediately for a slow cool,
hoping to smooth out the glaze, but still had blisters and had lost
all our great blues. The temp is within 1/2 cone throughout the kiln,
and reduction seems fairly even. The other thing is that it isn't
every pot in that glaze. On one shelf, the pots on one side might be
blistered and the other side fine, and one shelf up or down the
opposite side is affected. It seems worse when the glaze is thin.
Sometimes a re-fire helps smooth them out. Our 2 claybodies are
Plainsman H443 (brown) and H551 (white). Could it be the clay? We
have some blisters in other glazes too, altho not as bad. The only
common ingredient in custer spar. I hope I've given you enough info
to help me. It's been a year of seconds, losing about 20%. submitted
by: Barb & Ray Sapergia e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Satin in Theory

Date: 11/21/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar theoretical     19.2       19.00
Dolomite                  6.1        6.00
Whiting                  12.1       12.00
Kaolin - theoretical     14.1       14.00
Silica                   48.5       48.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Satin Mat Carlton Ball

Cone: 7 - 9
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: satin matte
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Clear
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 56.1       56.10
Nepheline syenite        15.4       15.40
Whiting                  13.3       13.30
Kaolin                    8.6        8.60
Barium carbonate          6.6        6.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

While going through my Ball Syllabus, I came across
the following and I wondered if anyone had tried it? I was thinking
of recalculating for strontium at: feldspar 57.04 neph sy 15.65
whiting 13.52 kaolin 8.74 strontium carb 5.03 I assume he used this
in oxidation. I know he fired over clays that came from Quyle Kilns
in Murphys CA so the stuff was an iron buff stoneware. Emily in
Astoria emily henderson


Glaze name: Satin Matt G218 Conrad's

Cone: 5-9
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Satin Matte
Color: Translucent White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Soda feldspar            47.0       47.00
Flint                    15.0       15.00
Talc                     14.0       14.00
Gerstley borate          12.0       12.00
Dolomite                  8.0        8.00
Kaolin                    4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Satin matt speckled light tan

Cone: 8 - 9
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Color: speckled light tan
Testing: Untested
Date: 4/10/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Albany Slip              50.0       50.00
Talc                     40.0       40.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Rob Wadey (robert wadey ) 9734B - 100 Ave Grande Prairie, Alberta t8V
0T6 Phone: (403) 538-3731 Fax: (403) 538.3732


Glaze name: Satin Matte Robin Hopper

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: White
Flow: Slight
Date: 04/05/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 47.4       45.00
Dolomite                 21.1       20.00
Gerstley borate          10.5       10.00
Kaolin                   21.1       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       95.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 8.4        8.00

Comments:

Stable glaze good for brushwork on top.


Glaze name: satin mix M3

Cone: 9-10
Date: 04/14/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           20.8       21.00
EPK                      27.7       28.00
Talc                      9.9       10.00
Whiting                  16.8       17.00
Strontium carbonate      11.9       12.00
Silica                   12.9       13.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      101.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Satin Nightmare

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: satin matte
Color: metallic brown to red
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           50.0       50.00
EPK                      25.0       25.00
Whiting                  25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            8.0        8.00

Comments:

Satin matt. Very similar to Shaner red. Very metallic brown going to
deep red over white slip. Well I finally got around to typing this
thing up...^9-10 Blues Thank you one and all for all the donated
recipes. I only tested 31 out of almost 100 I received. I'll continue
testing and reporting as the winter DRAGS on. All the glazes were
tested on #900 Miller clay which is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One side
of the test tile was brushed with a thick coating of Cynthia
Bringle's wet/dry white slip. Each glaze was dipped in three
thicknesses on a heavily textured tile. All tiles were fired to a
(hard)^9 (10 tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08
and 1 hr. glaze reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown.
Any time potash or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball
clay is OM-4 . Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium
with Strontium. All kaolin is EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel
well. Your results will probably be TOTALLY different. Please test
before use. Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME
04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected]
web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: Satin Rick Haynes

Glaze type: Ca Mg Na
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Sensuous Satin matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: White
Source: Val Cushing VC ed. via GlazeBase
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                   8.0        8.00
Flint                    30.0       30.00
Nepheline syenite        45.0       45.00
Talc theoretical          7.0        7.00
Dolomite                 10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 3.0        3.00

Comments:

One of Val's 'Four Star' glazes. Very Smooth, lovely to touch, tactile quality is
four star. Rec. by VC for Liz R. & LA Pottery 2/92 Ayumi Horie says "beefy white
that in soda breaks into snowy crystals.
Variations --
Colorants 0.5% CoCarb. = lavender range;
2% Red iron oxide + 4% Rutile = beige range
2% RIO olive green
blue/white crystals 0.5% cobalt carb
12% Cerdec red inclusion stain - warm red


Glaze name: Satin Rust - Finnerty

Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Iron red
Visual texture: Mottled
Date: 10/23/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Spodumene                27.4       27.40
Wollastonite             18.8       18.80
Strontium carbonate      16.4       16.40
Zinc oxide                6.0        6.00
Kaolin                   19.0       19.00
Flint                    12.4       12.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chrome oxide              0.5        0.50
Red iron oxide            2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Kathryn Finnerty


Glaze name: Saturated Iron Earlham

Glaze type: Iron saturate
Cone: 9
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Brown
Visual texture: Speckled
Crystals: Small
Durability: Good
Date: 11/18/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 49.0       49.00
Whiting                  18.0       18.00
EPK                      13.0       13.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           12.0       12.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Saturated Iron Oharata Red

Glaze type: Iron saturate
Cone: 9 - 12
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin
Color: Red, gold, yellow Opaque
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ball clay                 6.0        6.00
Custer feldspar          48.0       48.00
Flint                    22.0       22.00
Talc                      6.0        6.00
Whiting                   6.0        6.00
Bone ash                 12.0       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           10.0       10.00
Bentonite                 3.0        3.00

Comments:

Tomatoe red with orange gold flecks in reduction. Satin glossy yellow
green in salt. Must have lighter reduction up and slow reoxidizing
cool at top temperature, four to six hours. Glaze Type: Ca Mg K
IronRed SaltFire. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Reduction From Val
Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: Saturated Iron Ohata Kaki

Glaze type: Iron saturate
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red
Visual texture: Crystalline
Crystals: Small
Flow: Slight
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 02/15/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          51.9       51.90
Flint                    22.9       22.90
EPK                       7.2        7.20
Talc                      7.2        7.20
Bone ash                 10.8       10.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           12.0       12.00

Comments:

UF Shop glaze. Nice bright saturated iron. Needs to be adquately thick.
Slow cooling favors growth of iron crystals and bright rust color. Quick cooling
will yield dull brown.


Glaze name: Saturated Iron Persimmon

Glaze type: Iron saturate
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Iron Red
Crystals: Small
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          71.4       71.42
Silica                   14.3       14.29
Whiting                  14.3       14.29
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 3.1        3.06
Red iron oxide            2.0        2.04
Rutile                    3.1        3.06

Comments:

submitted by: Michelle Lowe e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Saturated Iron Red

Glaze type: Iron saturate
Cone: 8 - 9
Firing: oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: iron red
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

China clay                6.8        6.83
Potash feldspar          50.7       50.73
Flint, or Quartz         14.6       14.63
Whiting                   2.4        2.44
Bone ash                 14.6       14.63
Talc                     10.7       10.73
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Also add:

Red iron oxide            9.8        9.76

Comments:

If it is of interest, a common recipe for the so called Iron Red in
oxidation used over here is as follows. The key RM is Bone Ash. fire
to ^8 or ^9 molecular analysis K20 0.189 Al2O3 0.346 SiO2 2.820 Na2O
0.070 Fe2O3 0.178 P2O5 0.137 CaO 0.494 _____ _____ MgO 0.247 0.524
2.957 _____ 1.000 David Hewitt David Hewitt Pottery Caerleon,
Newport, Gwent, UK.


Glaze name: Saturated Iron V.C.

Glaze type: Iron saturate
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black to Plum Red
Source: Val Cushing VC ed. via GlazeBase
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          20.0       20.00
Kona F-4                 14.0       14.00
Whiting                  17.0       17.00
Barium carbonate          3.0        3.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
Flint                    31.0       31.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           10.0       10.00

Comments:

Black breaks to red plum. High alumina keeps this from being Temmoku.
It is more subtle and satin.


Glaze name: Saturated Iron V.C.

Glaze type: Iron saturate
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy Satin
Color: Black to Plum Red
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          20.0       20.00
Kona F-4 spar            14.0       14.00
Whiting                  17.0       17.00
Barium carbonate          3.0        3.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
Flint                    31.0       31.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           10.0       10.00

Comments:

Black breaks to red plum. High alumina keeps this from being Temmoku.
It is more subtle and satin. Glaze Type: Ca IronSaturate. Opacity:
Opaque. Firing type: Reduction From Val Cushing.VC ed


Glaze name: Semi Matt Red

Cone: 10
Surface texture: Semi-Matte or Satin
Color: Opaque Red
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Zinc oxide (calcined)     6.5        6.50
Whiting                  13.0       13.00
Ferro frit 3134           9.0        9.00
G-200 feldspar           39.0       39.00
Ball clay                 7.5        7.50
Silica                   25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          0.4        0.40
Tin oxide                 9.0        9.00

Comments:

White RETRY My experience with copper red is that what matters most
is to begin reduction at cone 012 fairly heavy and then go into
moderate reduction after cone 05 drops. Continue moderate to light
reduction until cone 10 then a brief oxidation peroid of about 10
minutes. If you over reduce it will be liver brown and under reduced
will be celadon. One solution to a problem (uneven, spotty reduction
and under reduced)we had was to turn down the gas and air. To slow it
down and reduce at the above schedule. We were firing in an Alpine
updraft with blowers and just running the same schedule as the people
who fired before us. (It was a community center). They were firing at
4 pounds pressure (natural gas) with the blowers at 70. Something
like that. But we reduced the gas and the air and the firing was 100%
better. No more spotty reduction or unreduced pots. (I kind of miss
those unwanted interesting results though.) submitted by: John Britt
e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Semi-Matt White

Cone: 10
Surface texture: semi-matt
Color: white
Date: 4/7/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           84.2       84.21
Whiting                  15.8       15.79
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 5.3        5.26

Comments:

originally called for Cornish stone. A very hard glaze on Porcelain
so should do well on stoneware Strong oxide response..especially
cobalt. PEGGY HEER email: [email protected] 9702 76 AVENUE
phone: 433-0290 EDMONTON, AB. CANADA T6E 1K3


Glaze name: Semi-Matte Magnesia Base Rhodes

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              42.8       42.90
Gerstley borate          12.4       12.40
Dolomite                  6.7        6.70
Talc                     14.3       14.30
EPK                       4.8        4.80
Silica                   19.1       19.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.20

Comments:

Paul Lewing, Seattle
http:digitalfire.com/magic/lewing.htm
Variations --
add 1- 8% Iron Chromate, depending on how dark a grey you want.
The grey will be slightly greenish.


Glaze name: SG-21

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 10
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Tan
Crystals: Small
Bubbles: None
Flow: Extreme
Date: 09/10/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        40.0       40.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
Dolomite                 15.0       15.00
Magnesium carbonate      10.0       10.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Aysha Peltz


Glaze name: SG-21 adjusted

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 10
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Tan
Crystals: Small
Bubbles: None
Flow: Extreme
Testing: Untested
Date: 09/10/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        34.2       34.20
Dolomite                 28.2       28.20
Magnesium carbonate       0.8        0.80
Silica                   23.1       23.10
Bone ash                  0.1        0.07
Alumina hydrate          13.6       13.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.97

Comments:

From Aysha Peltz


Glaze name: Shaner Oribe

Cone: 10 - 11
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: gloss
Color: green
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          30.9       30.91
Silica                   25.3       25.32
Whiting                  22.4       22.36
Talc                      7.8        7.81
EPK                      12.6       12.55
Bone ash                  1.1        1.05
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.1        1.05
Copper carbonate          5.5        5.49

Comments:

This is a glossy forest green at cone 10-11. below ^10 it is similar
in color, but a satin matte. submitted by: Dave Eitel e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Shino #1 Malcolm Davis

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        45.0       45.00
Soda ash                 19.0       19.00
OM-4 Ball Clay           15.0       15.00
Soda feldspar            11.0       11.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino #1 Warren MacKenzie's

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        60.7       60.61
Kentucky OM #4           20.0       20.00
Spodumene                15.2       15.16
Soda ash                  4.0        4.02
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.79

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.3        2.33

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino #2 Malcolm Davis

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        44.7       44.73
Soda ash                 16.2       16.20
OM-4 Ball Clay           12.9       12.92
Soda feldspar             9.2        9.24
EPK                      16.9       16.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino #2 Oestreich

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Tan
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        42.9       42.88
Kona F-4 feldspar        10.3       10.28
Spodumene                14.5       14.47
Kentucky OM #4           14.3       14.29
EPK                      14.3       14.29
Soda ash                  3.8        3.78
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino #2 Oestreich

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        42.9       42.90
Kona F-4 feldspar        10.3       10.30
Spodumene                14.5       14.50
Kentucky OM #4           14.3       14.30
EPK                      14.3       14.30
Soda ash                  3.8        3.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino #2 Oestreich

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Tan
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        42.9       42.88
Kona F-4 feldspar        10.3       10.28
Spodumene                14.5       14.47
Kentucky OM #4           14.3       14.29
EPK                      14.3       14.29
Soda ash                  3.8        3.78
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino #2 Warren MacKenzie's

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          42.4       42.42
Spodumene                36.4       36.36
EPK                      12.1       12.12
Soda ash                  9.1        9.09
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino #4

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: shiny, glossy
Color: white to orange if thin
Testing: Untested
Date: 4/7/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Soda ash                  4.6        4.55
Nepheline syenite        68.2       68.18
Spodumene                 4.5        4.54
EPK                       4.6        4.55
Kentucky ball clay       18.2       18.18
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

This is a shino that I have used for years, it works on stoneware or
porcelain, it will sometimes crawl on stoneware, I have never seen it
crawl on porcelain. It must be very thin on porcelain to turn orange,
or try putting a wash of an iron rich glaze (I use temmoku) before
applying the shino. Shinos need a good reduction to get the orange
color, as you probably know. Good luck. David Cuzick
[email protected]


Glaze name: Shino #4 David Cuzick

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        68.2       68.18
Spodumene                 4.5        4.54
OM-4 Ball Clay           18.2       18.18
EPK                       4.6        4.55
Soda ash                  4.6        4.55
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino #4 David Cuzick

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: shiny, glossy
Color: white to orange if thin
Testing: Untested
Date: 4/7/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Soda ash                  4.6        4.55
Nepheline syenite        68.2       68.18
Spodumene                 4.5        4.54
EPK                       4.6        4.55
Kentucky ball clay       18.2       18.18
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

This is a shino that I have used for years, it works on stoneware or
porcelain, it will sometimes crawl on stoneware, I have never seen it
crawl on porcelain. It must be very thin on porcelain to turn orange,
or try putting a wash of an iron rich glaze (I use temmoku) before
applying the shino. Shinos need a good reduction to get the orange
color, as you probably know. Good luck. David Cuzick
[email protected]


Glaze name: Shino - Red Malcolm Davis

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Visual texture: Speckled
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        38.7       38.70
Soda ash                 16.0       16.00
OM-4 Ball Clay           13.2       13.20
EPK                      17.0       17.00
Kona F-4 feldspar         9.4        9.40
Redart clay               5.7        5.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Crystal Ribich


Glaze name: Shino - Roach Trap

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Date: 11/19/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Soda ash                 10.0       10.00
Minspar 200              23.0       23.00
Nepheline syenite        23.0       23.00
Spodumene                38.0       38.00
EPK                       6.0        6.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Matt Hyleck in CM Dec. 2011


Glaze name: Shino Bill Buckner's Carbon Trapping Orange

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Visual texture: Speckled
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        40.0       40.00
Soda feldspar            13.0       13.00
Spodumene                 9.0        9.00
Ball clay                15.0       15.00
Kaolin                    8.0        8.00
Cedar Heights Redart      3.0        3.00
Soda ash                 12.0       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Bill Buckner's Carbon Trapping Orange

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Visual texture: Speckled
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        40.0       40.00
Soda feldspar            13.0       13.00
Spodumene                 9.0        9.00
Ball clay                15.0       15.00
Kaolin                    8.0        8.00
Cedar Heights Redart      3.0        3.00
Soda ash                 12.0       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Brian Jensen's 329 red

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: red-brown
Date: 02/22/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        43.1       42.90
Kona F-4 feldspar         9.3        9.30
Ball clay                14.4       14.30
EPK                       9.3        9.30
Soda ash                 18.2       18.10
Redart                    5.7        5.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.60

Comments:

From Susan Harris. Luscious red shino.


Glaze name: Shino C10R Revised Shaner

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: ?
Color: orange to grey white
Testing: Untested
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        36.0       36.00
EPK                      27.0       27.00
Spodumene                13.0       13.00
OM-4 Ball Clay           12.0       12.00
Kona F-4 Feldspar         9.0        9.00
Soda ash                  3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

NOTE: originally specified anhydrous Soda Ash Lowell Baker: Here are
three more shino glazes for you to explore. One is probably well
known, Shaner's shino, it is the one we use at Mohawk C's 'ceramics
lab' stoney creek. As quoted this is a high alkali glaze (sodium and
lithium) and unusually high alumina 1.6 moles (29.5% by weight). This
glaze doesn't fit the pattern of C10R glazes but works if one applies
it carefully. (The iron comes from the raw materials and totals 0.01
moles, 0.35%) A thin singlecoat yeilds variegated organge especially
on a embossed surface. If a second coat is applied, one gets a greyed
white, and if the glaze is even thicker it will crawl. From: Tom Buck


Glaze name: Shino Carbon Trap

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: shiny glossy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: white to orange
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        75.0       75.00
Soda ash                  8.0        8.00
Lithium carbonate         7.0        7.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Originally specified lithium oxide -almost certainly this should have
been lithium carbonate. Works well in soda and salt kilns, too. You
might try sifting some ash directly onto the work after glazing, to
implement the fly ash in the kiln. I've done that with good results,
in heavy reduction. Dannon Rhudy 


Glaze name: Shino Carbon Trapping Orange

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 10 - 11
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: shiny glossy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Orange
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        40.0       40.00
Soda feldspar            13.0       13.00
Spodumene                 9.0        9.00
Ball clay                15.0       15.00
Kaolin                    8.0        8.00
Redart clay               3.0        3.00
Soda ash                 12.0       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

As per your request for a shino, here is one I developed and am
particularly fond of. I do not know how low it could be fired. I fire
it to ^10-11. One of the most important aspects of shinos is HOW they
are fired. To get good fire color, I reduce from ^010 on until the
end, then I back the burners off to low and oxidize for 1-2 hours
before shutting down. For testing, apply at various thicknesses from
very thin to very thick for a variety of color/texture types.
submitted by: Bill Buckner e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Craig Pearce Salt

Cone: 10 - 12
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        88.0       88.00
Kaolin                    9.0        9.00
Ball clay                 3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Salt                      5.0        5.00

Comments:

glossy, apply thin! submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Shino David Shaner

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        39.5       39.47
Kaolin                   30.7       30.70
Spodumene                13.4       13.38
Kentucky OM #4           13.2       13.16
Soda ash                  3.3        3.29
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino David Shaner's Carbon Trap

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Soda feldspar            14.6       14.58
Spodumene                12.5       12.50
EPK                       2.9        2.91
Soda ash                  3.3        3.33
Nepheline syenite        50.0       50.02
Ball clay                16.7       16.66
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 3.0        3.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Doug's

Glaze type: shino
Cone: 7-11
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Orange
Date: 01/19/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        14.6       14.60
Spodumene                12.5       12.50
Kentucky OM #4           16.6       16.60
Nepheline syenite        50.1       50.00
Soda ash                  3.3        3.30
EPK                       2.9        2.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Comments:

Used at Curaumilla for dry-glaze once-fire wood.


Glaze name: Shino Dry

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 10
Firing: Wood
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Orange-red
Date: 11/26/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        45.1       41.56
Spodumene                30.0       27.67
EPK                      24.9       23.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       92.23

Comments:

From Tara Wilson. Used in wood-fire


Glaze name: Shino Glaze

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Soda ash                  8.1        8.08
Spodumene                30.3       30.30
Nepheline syenite        39.4       39.40
EPK                       5.1        5.05
OM-4 Ball Clay           17.2       17.17
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Green Salt

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        45.0       45.00
Kona F-4 Feldspar        10.8       10.80
Spodumene                15.2       15.20
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Soda ash                  4.0        4.00
Red Art Clay             15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: shino Gustin

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: ?
Color: orange to white
Testing: Untested
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        45.0       45.00
Spodumene                15.0       15.00
OM-4 ball clay           15.0       15.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        11.0       11.00
EPK kaolin               10.0       10.00
Soda ash                  4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Shino Gustin Recalc

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: ?
Color: orange to white
Testing: Untested
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        44.8       44.80
Spodumene                15.0       15.00
Kona F-4 feldspar         5.2        5.20
Kaolin - theoretical     27.0       27.00
Soda ash                  5.1        5.10
Flint                     3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Comments:

NOTE: originally specified 'Soda Ash light' Additions as below (same
as for Wirt shino). COE 8.1. Alumina 1.2 moles (26.4%) add colorants
(iron and/or rutile) and Bentonite 1% Estimated COE 8.4 (high). This
recipe is proposed for testing and any results should be reported to
CLAYART amd San diego. From: Tom Buck
Variations --
recalc to match alumnia content of using calcined kaolin


Glaze name: Shino Gustin Rev.

Glaze type: Na Li Al Shino
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy
Color: White to orange
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        45.0       45.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        11.0       11.00
Spodumene                15.0       15.00
Ball clay                15.0       15.00
Calcined kaolin          10.0       10.00
Soda ash                  4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

Iron and Rutile are the only colorants that do much for shino type
glazes. Carbon trap glaze. Orange according to the amt. of redtn.
Rust where thin, greys where carbon trapped. For a crawling shino,
sub EPK for calcined kaolin and apply thickly. Glaze Type: Na Li Al
Shino. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Reduction From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: Shino Gustin's #1

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        45.0       45.00
Soda feldspar            10.8       10.80
Spodumene                15.2       15.20
Ball clay                15.0       15.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Soda ash                  4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 3.0        3.00

Comments:

*Also posted as Oestreich's Shino using Kona F4 & no Bentonite source
for original recipe: Dennis Smith, Southwest Craft Center submitted
by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Gustin's #1 Variation

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        45.0       45.00
Soda feldspar            10.8       10.80
Spodumene                15.2       15.20
Red Art Clay             15.0       15.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Soda ash                  4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Same as Gustin's Shino #1 but uses Red Art instead of Ball Clay and
no bentonite submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Gustin's #1 Variation Red

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        45.0       45.00
Soda feldspar            10.8       10.80
Spodumene                15.2       15.20
Red Art Clay             15.0       15.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Soda ash                  4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Same as Gustin's Shino #1 but uses Red Art instead of Ball Clay and
no bentonite submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Gustin's 2

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        45.0       45.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        11.0       11.00
Spodumene                15.0       15.00
Ball clay                15.0       15.00
Calcined kaolin          10.0       10.00
Soda ash                  4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino J. Kalin's Pull-it-out-of-a-hat

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        50.0       50.00
Spodumene                15.0       15.00
Soda feldspar            15.0       15.00
kaolin                   15.0       15.00
Silica                    5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Jack Troy's Carbon Trap

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 Feldspar        34.0       33.98
Spodumene                29.1       29.13
Nepheline syenite        14.6       14.56
kaolin                    9.7        9.71
Soda ash                  7.8        7.77
OM-4 Ball Clay            4.9        4.85
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Jeff Oestreich's

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Testing: Untested
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        45.0       45.00
Kona F-4 Feldspar        10.8       10.80
Spodumene                15.2       15.20
Ball clay                15.0       15.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Soda ash                  4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

The best Shino recipe I've used is Jeff Oestreich's. It produces a
beautiful orange peal surface, and not a lot of pinholes. This is a
cone 10 glaze. submitted by: Todd Osborne e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Jeremy's

Cone: 10
Firing: salt
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Color: Translucent White to orange
Testing: Untested
Date: 9/20/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        40.0       40.00
Spodumene                30.0       30.00
OM-4 Ball Clay           17.0       17.00
Soda ash                  8.0        8.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

The plain shino I use is known to me as Jeff Oestreich's Shino,
although many people tell me it is actually a Chris Gustin glaze, but
of course we should know that it or something akin to it is from
someone eons old.... Good luck with these. They are generally pretty
decent glazes. submitted by: Jeremy Nudell Kalin e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Jeremy's Green

Cone: 10
Firing: salt
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Color: Translucent Green
Testing: Untested
Date: 9/20/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

F-4 Feldspar             10.8       10.80
Spodumene                15.2       15.20
Kaolin                   10.0       10.00
Soda ash                  4.0        4.00
Nepheline syenite        45.0       45.00
Redart Clay              15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          0.3        0.25
Chrome oxide              0.3        0.25

Comments:

I have also used a shino with some cobalt and chrome as a green
shino- it only goes a fatty green in salt, in redux it's a pale
anemic green. Good luck with these. They are generally pretty decent
glazes. I suppose those Celadon cops might try to insist that the
green is no longer a shino, but a green is a green is a green. The
base is still a shino, okay... submitted by: Jeremy Nudell Kalin
e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: shino johnston

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Reduction
Color: Orange
Testing: Untested
Date: 09/24/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        44.6       44.60
Kona F-4 feldspar        10.6       10.63
Amblygonite              15.1       15.06
Ball clay                14.9       14.87
EPK                       9.9        9.91
Soda ash                  2.9        2.95
KY White Glaze Clay       2.0        1.98
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Clay Times May/June 2002


Glaze name: Shino JP's #1006 Orange Carbon Trap

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Soda ash                  4.0        4.00
Kona F-4 Feldspar        18.4       18.40
Nepheline syenite        45.0       45.00
Spodumene                15.2       15.20
EPK                       2.4        2.40
OM-4 Ball Clay           15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino JP's #1188 White/Orange/Pink Super Carbon trap

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          15.2       15.16
Spodumene                16.0       16.00
Soda ash                  4.2        4.21
Nepheline syenite        47.4       47.37
Ball clay                17.3       17.26
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino June Perry's #1013 Peach to Red

Cone: 10 - 11
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        39.3       39.34
Spodumene                30.6       30.63
OM-4 Ball Clay           17.2       17.22
Soda ash                  8.0        8.01
EPK                       4.8        4.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino June Perry's #1127 Red

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        28.8       28.57
EPK                      27.0       26.79
Lizella Red              44.3       44.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.36

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino June Perry's #1227 Ferguson

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 Feldspar        14.6       14.60
Spodumene                12.5       12.50
EPK                       2.9        2.90
Nepheline syenite        50.0       50.00
OM-4 Ball Clay           16.7       16.70
Soda ash                  3.3        3.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino June Perry's #789 Orange

Cone: 9
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        53.7       53.66
Potash feldspar          41.5       41.46
OM-4 Ball Clay            2.4        2.44
Red clay                  2.4        2.44
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

*red mule, red horse, etc. If use Redart could probably go ^10
submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino June Perry's #790 Red

Cone: 9
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        20.0       20.00
Potash feldspar          40.0       40.00
Kentucky OM #4           40.0       40.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino June Perry's Another Possibility

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          75.0       75.00
OM-4 Ball Clay           25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino June Perry's Possibility

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        80.0       80.00
OM-4 Ball Clay           20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Kalin's Green

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 9 - 10
Color: Green
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        45.0       45.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        10.8       10.80
Spodumene                15.2       15.20
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Soda ash                  4.0        4.00
Redart clay              15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          0.3        0.25
Chrome oxide              0.3        0.25

Comments:

I can now type Nepheline Syenite, Spodumene, and Feldspar without any
problem at all, however, I cannot type anything else! submitted by:
Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Kansas City

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Orange
Date: 12/04/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        18.6       18.60
Spodumene                15.4       15.40
Nepheline syenite        45.4       45.50
Soda ash                  4.0        4.00
Ball clay                16.7       16.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.20

Comments:


Glaze name: Shino Kansas City no spod

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Orange
Date: 12/04/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        75.4       75.50
Lithium carbonate         2.8        2.80
Whiting                   0.7        0.70
Kaolin - theoretical     12.1       12.10
Silica                    9.0        9.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Comments:


Glaze name: Shino Kansas City no spod w/soda

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Orange
Date: 12/04/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        57.9       57.90
Soda ash                  3.9        3.90
Lithium carbonate         2.7        2.70
Whiting                   0.6        0.60
Kaolin - theoretical     22.3       22.30
Silica                   12.6       12.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Shino Linda's

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        49.5       49.48
Spodumene                25.8       25.77
EPK                       5.2        5.15
OM-4 Ball Clay            8.3        8.25
Soda feldspar             7.2        7.22
Soda ash                  4.1        4.12
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Comments:

For a pink salmon add 5% mason stain 6020 For yellow add 5% zirconium
yellow stain (nice on grolleg) submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Malcolm Davis #1

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        45.0       45.00
Soda ash                 19.0       19.00
Kentucky OM #4           15.0       15.00
Soda feldspar            11.0       11.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Malcolm Davis #2

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        45.0       45.00
Soda ash                 16.0       16.00
Soda feldspar             9.0        9.00
EPK                      17.0       17.00
Kentucky OM #4           13.0       13.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Malcolm Davis Carbon Trap

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Tan
Visual texture: Speckled
Date: 06/26/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Soda ash                 17.3       17.30
Kentucky OM #4           13.8       13.80
EPK                      18.0       18.00
Kona F-4 feldspar         9.9        9.90
Nepheline syenite        41.0       41.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Shino Malcolm's

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 04/09/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        40.9       40.90
Soda ash                 17.3       17.30
Kentucky OM #4           13.8       13.80
Kona F-4 feldspar         9.8        9.80
EPK                      18.2       18.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

thick = creamy buff
Variations --
add 6 redart for oranger color thin.


Glaze name: Shino Malcolm's

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 04/09/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        40.9       40.90
Soda ash                 17.3       17.30
Kentucky OM #4           13.8       13.80
Kona F-4 feldspar         9.8        9.80
EPK                      18.2       18.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

thick = creamy buff
Variations --
add 6 redart for oranger color thin.


Glaze name: Shino McKenzie

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Tan
Date: 02/22/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        34.0       35.00
Spodumene                29.1       30.00
EPK                       9.7       10.00
Soda ash                  7.8        8.00
Nepheline syenite        14.6       15.00
Ball clay                 4.9        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      103.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Shino Michael Cardew

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: shiny glossy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: buff to orange
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        43.4       43.42
Potash feldspar          44.7       44.74
Ball clay                11.8       11.84
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 5.3        5.26
Eutruia Marl              0.0        0.04

Comments:

Glaze type: ClayArt Listserv recipe < If you find this glaze useful,
please consider submitting it to the GlazeBase project with full
documentation. Use one of the GlazeBase submission formats available
on the CeramicsWeb web page. Eturuia Marl is possibly a salt -
perhaps add 5% salt and 1% Red Iron Oxide submitted by: Albert
Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Neely's Dark

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Orange
Date: 02/22/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kentucky OM #4           27.2       25.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        32.6       30.00
EPK                       5.4        5.00
Soda ash                  7.6        7.00
Spodumene                27.2       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       92.00

Comments:

Dark, shiny orange. From Susan Harris.


Glaze name: Shino Oesteich Salt

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        40.0       40.00
Spodumene                30.0       30.00
OM-4 Ball Clay           17.0       17.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Soda ash                  8.0        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Oestreich

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Tan
Date: 01/14/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Soda ash                  3.8        4.00
Spodumene                14.8       15.50
Kona F-4 feldspar        17.6       18.50
nsd                      43.3       45.50
Kentucky OM #4           15.7       16.50
Redart                    4.8        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      105.00

Comments:

From Jeff Oestreich


Glaze name: Shino Oestreich #2

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        43.0       43.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        10.0       10.00
Spodumene                14.0       14.00
Kentucky OM #4           15.0       15.00
EPK                      14.0       14.00
Soda ash                  4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Oestreich's

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Testing: Untested
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        45.0       45.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        10.8       10.80
Spodumene                15.2       15.20
Ball clay                15.0       15.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Soda ash                  4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

The best Shino recipe I've used is Jeff Oestreich's. It produces a
beautiful orange peal surface, and not a lot of pinholes. This is a
cone 10 glaze. submitted by: Todd Osborne e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Orange

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 9 - 10
Surface texture: shiny glossy
Color: orange
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        10.5       10.49
Spodumene                14.8       14.76
EPK                       9.7        9.71
Soda ash                  3.9        3.88
Nepheline syenite        43.7       43.69
Ball clay                14.6       14.56
Redart clay               2.9        2.91
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.9        1.94

Comments:

I make no claims regarding these glazes' reliability or safety. I
don't know of their origin. These are in use at Hui No'Eau in
Makawao, Maui. sam tomich 


Glaze name: Shino P.D. Crack

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Orange
Date: 02/08/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar           8.0        8.00
Spodumene                11.0       11.00
Soda ash                  3.0        3.00
Nepheline syenite        37.0       37.00
Kentucky OM #4           11.0       11.00
Magnesium carbonate       4.0        4.00
EPK                      26.0       26.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

" Stiff surface if applied thickly; will crack apart and expose the surface beneath. Great over dark stoneware or over dark slips on porcelain. Will not shift or run at cone 10. Cone 9-10 reduction."
Coleman recipe from David Beumee 


Glaze name: Shino Paul Davis

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        49.5       49.48
Spodumene                33.1       33.06
Zirconium silicate        5.0        4.99
Alumina hydrate          12.5       12.47
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Salt                      2.1        2.08
Bentonite                 4.2        4.16

Comments:

submitted by: Brian Kemp e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Red Kent's

Glaze type: Shino-red
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Date: 06/07/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        39.0       39.00
Kona F-4 feldspar         9.0        9.00
Kentucky OM #4           13.0       13.00
EPK                      17.0       17.00
Redart                    8.0        8.00
Soda ash                 14.0       14.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Kent McLaughlin via Crystal Ribich. Recipe calls for 4 of the Redart to be
calcined.


Glaze name: Shino Red Malcolm Davis #3

Glaze type: Shino-red
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: red-Brown
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        39.0       39.00
Soda ash                 16.0       16.00
EPK                      17.0       17.00
Kona F-4 feldspar         9.0        9.00
Redart clay               6.0        6.00
Kentucky OM #4           13.0       13.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Shaner Revised

Cone: 9 - 10
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        36.0       36.00
Kona F-4 feldspar         9.0        9.00
Spodumene                13.0       13.00
Kentucky OM #4           12.0       12.00
EPK                      27.0       27.00
Soda ash (anhydrous)      3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Shaner's Sinter

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        36.1       36.07
Kona F-4 feldspar         8.6        8.62
Spodumene                12.2       12.22
Kentucky OM #4           12.0       12.02
EPK                      28.1       28.06
Soda ash                  3.0        3.01
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino slip

Cone: 10
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        18.4       18.40
Spodumene                15.2       15.20
Kentucky OM #4           15.0       15.00
Soda ash                  4.0        4.00
Nepheline syenite        45.0       45.00
EPK                       2.4        2.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

from Shelley S. at [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Slip Anderson Ranch

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: ?
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Soda ash                  3.2        3.20
Spodumene                12.2       12.16
Kona F-4 Feldspar         8.6        8.64
Nepheline syenite        36.0       36.00
EPK                      28.0       28.00
OM-4 Ball Clay           12.0       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 3.0        3.00

Comments:

Bentonite 3-5% on porcelain submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Shino SO41

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Orange
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        34.0       33.98
Spodumene                29.1       29.13
EPK                       9.7        9.71
Soda ash                  7.8        7.77
Nepheline syenite        14.6       14.56
Ball clay                 4.9        4.85
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

I've enclosed a list (partial) of Shino recipes I've gleaned from
ClayArt and the kindness of friends plus a few recipes from books. In
each I've tried to give reference to the source of the glaze. I've
tried to be as accurate as possible in copying these. Please excuse
any errors. Albert Weinhardt, 99 Bowls of Tea on the Wall Pottery
submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino SO41

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        34.0       33.98
Spodumene                29.1       29.13
EPK                       9.7        9.71
Soda ash                  7.8        7.77
Nepheline syenite        14.6       14.56
Ball clay                 4.9        4.85
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

I've enclosed a list (partial) of Shino recipes I've gleaned from
ClayArt and the kindness of friends plus a few recipes from books. In
each I've tried to give reference to the source of the glaze. I've
tried to be as accurate as possible in copying these. Please excuse
any errors. Albert Weinhardt, 99 Bowls of Tea on the Wall Pottery
submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Southwest Craft Center

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Orange
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Soda ash                  3.1        3.05
Nepheline syenite        57.3       57.31
Spodumene                24.0       23.97
Ball clay                15.7       15.67
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 3.4        3.41

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Southwest Craft Center

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Soda ash                  3.1        3.05
Nepheline syenite        57.3       57.31
Spodumene                24.0       23.97
Ball clay                15.7       15.67
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 3.4        3.41

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Tight Crawl

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: orange
Date: 11/19/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        56.1       56.11
Salt                      2.9        2.93
Calcined kaolin          15.1       15.13
EPK                      16.8       16.78
rhyolite                  9.1        9.05
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Ceramics Monthly p. 27 collection of articles on wood-firing. Also U NM glaze recipes.


Glaze name: Shino Tight Crawl no rhyolite

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: orange
Date: 11/19/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        47.5       47.50
Soda ash                  5.0        5.00
Dolomite                  0.0        0.01
Whiting                   0.1        0.10
EPK                      45.9       45.90
Silica                    1.3        1.30
Rutile                    0.1        0.10
Red iron oxide            0.1        0.06
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.97

Comments:

Ceramics Monthly p. 27 collection of articles on wood-firing. Also U NM glaze recipes.


Glaze name: Shino Todd Osborne

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        45.0       45.00
Kona F-4 Feldspar        10.8       10.80
Spodumene                15.2       15.20
OM-4 Ball Clay           15.0       15.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Soda ash                  4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Type Glaze

Cone: 10
Firing: salt
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Color: Translucent White to orange
Testing: Untested
Date: 9/20/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Soda ash                 10.0       10.00
Spodumene                40.0       40.00
Nepheline syenite        40.0       40.00
OM-4 Ball Clay           10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.5        1.50

Comments:

Percentage Analysis:

best in salt or woodfire. Mix with cone 6 Shino type glaze to vary
the firing temperatures between cone 6 and cone 10. source for
original recipe: Crain Edwards submitted by: Lee Love e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Very Dry Wilson

Cone: 10
Firing: Wood
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: red
Date: 11/26/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        45.0       41.56
Spodumene                30.0       27.67
EPK                      25.0       23.08
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       92.31

Also add:

Zircopax                  4.5        4.20
Bentonite                 3.8        3.50

Comments:

white cool, reddish-orange fired higher in kiln.


Glaze name: Shino Virginia Wirt's Carbon Trap

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Transparency: Opaque
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Soda feldspar            42.2       42.24
Spodumene                36.1       36.14
Kaolin                   12.0       12.01
Soda ash                  9.6        9.61
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Warren MacKenzie's #1

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 9 - 10
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        60.6       60.61
Kentucky OM #4           20.2       20.21
Spodumene                15.2       15.16
Soda ash                  4.0        4.02
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.3        2.33

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino Warren MacKenzie's #2

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 9 - 10
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          42.4       42.42
Spodumene                36.4       36.36
EPK                      12.1       12.12
Soda ash                  9.1        9.09
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shino White Carbon Trap

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 12/16/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        34.0       34.00
Spodumene                29.0       29.00
Nepheline syenite        14.5       14.50
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Soda ash                  7.5        7.50
Kentucky OM #4            5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Suze Lindsay.


Glaze name: Shino White Carbon Trap - 10% clay

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 12/16/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Spodumene                23.1       23.10
Ball clay                 8.0        8.00
Kaolin - theoretical     24.7       24.70
Ash wood                 37.0       37.00
Silica                    7.3        7.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Comments:

From Suze Lindsay.


Glaze name: Shino White Carbon Trap - dry-glaze

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 12/16/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        68.2       68.10
Spodumene - theoretical    9.7        9.70
Ball clay                12.1       12.10
Lithium carbonate         3.3        3.30
Whiting                   1.0        1.00
Silica                    5.7        5.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Comments:

From Suze Lindsay.


Glaze name: Shino White Carbon Trap 3

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 12/16/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        68.2       67.60
Spodumene                10.2       10.10
Kentucky OM #4           11.1       11.00
Lithium carbonate         3.4        3.40
Whiting                   1.0        1.00
Silica                    6.1        6.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.10

Comments:

From Suze Lindsay.


Glaze name: Shino White Carbon Trap 4 - dry-glaze w ash

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 12/16/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        44.6       44.60
Spodumene                27.9       27.90
Kentucky OM #4           10.6       10.60
Ash wood                 14.1       14.10
Silica                    2.8        2.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Suze Lindsay.


Glaze name: Shino Wirt

Cone: 9 - 10
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        18.0       18.00
Spodumene                15.0       15.00
Soda ash                  4.0        4.00
Nepheline syenite        47.0       47.00
Tennessee ball clay      16.0       16.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

submitted by: Albert Weinhardt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Shno Malcolm's

Glaze type: Shino
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 04/09/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        40.9       40.90
Soda ash                 17.3       17.30
Kentucky OM #4           13.8       13.80
Kona F-4 feldspar         9.8        9.80
EPK                      18.2       18.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

thick = creamy buff
Variations --
add 6 redart for oranger color thin.


Glaze name: Shrimp

Cone: 9 - 10
Color: orange tan, perhaps pinkish?
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                  18.8       18.82
Cornwall Stone           20.1       20.12
Custer feldspar          41.0       41.04
Kentucky OM #4            9.1        9.11
Kaolin                    7.9        7.91
Zinc oxide                3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            6.1        6.11
Rutile                    4.0        4.00

Comments:

Pat--I used to use a glaze called shrimp which I took from Ceramics
Monthly, Feb. '79, p. 48. I fired it to ^9-10 in gas reduction. Good
luck. submitted by: Dave Eitel e-mail: [email protected] source for
original recipe: Ceramics Monthly


Glaze name: Shrink and Crawl Mauve

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Lichen
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Pink
Visual texture: Mud-flats crack
Date: 12/15/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        45.0       45.00
Magnesium carbonate      55.0       55.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          2.0        2.00

Comments:

High magnesium causes the cobalt to go a mauve color rather than blue. Texture
glaze with a dry mud-flats crack over a gloss base.


Glaze name: Silverman Flashing slip

Cone: 9 - 10
Surface texture: slip or engobe
Color: orange
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        10.0       10.00
Avery kaolin             80.0       80.00
XX Sagger clay           10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Avery Kaolin is no longer available. He also included a recipe for a
flashing slip which works best in soda firing doug gray Alpine, TX
[email protected]


Glaze name: Slip #1818 Kawai

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 6 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grog,150 mesh            80.0       80.00
Kaolin                   20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Add color to taste. Kawai used a lot of thick slip trailing in his work and this was
given to me by one of his apprentices, Doug Lawrie. submitted by:
June M. Perry e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Slip #4 Fake Avery Flashing

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 8 - 9 - 10
Firing: Salt - Soda
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Opaque Red orange
Testing: Untested
Date: 01/01/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        20.0       20.00
China clay               30.0       30.00
Calcined kaolin          30.0       30.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

This variant was suggested by Jeremy Nudell Kalin on ClayArt, who
tested it and said it worked quite well over a typical light colored
saltglazing body in a kiln fired with soda ash and a little rock salt
at the end.


Glaze name: Slip Avery Salt - Wild

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 10
Firing: Salt - Soda
Surface texture: slip
Transparency: Opaque
Color: orange
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Avery kaolin             25.0       25.00
Grolleg                  50.0       50.00
Calcined kaolin          25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Does anyone know of a good substitute for Avery since it is not
longer available or is it? I get a very satisfying orange with this
at cone 10 in a salt fring. Now I've run out and need some
suggestions. kurt wild 


Glaze name: Slip Avery/Fake Avery

Cone: 9 - 10 - 11
Firing: Salt - Soda
Surface texture: slip or engobe
Color: tan to brown
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg Kaolin           57.0       57.00
OM-4 Ball Clay           35.0       35.00
Nepheline syenite         8.0        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

I've tried a bunch, and not had much luck until recently. I've been
using one for a few firings now that I like pretty well; it responds
in an interesting way to different atmospheres and clay bodies. A
little more inFiring: Some salting is involved in all of the wood
firings I have used this slip in- generally about 1 1/2 - 3 pounds
per chamber. These are not super long firings -in the 14-18 hour
range, so a lot of the surface effect comes from the salt rather than
from a lot of ash. I have also used it in salt/soda and it looked
great-more orange than brown. I haven't used it with a real heavy
load of salt but if you try it I'd like yo know how it looks. Mix
just a little on the thin side and its works on bisque just as well
as on geenware I've been working up some variations using Helmer
kaolin, but haven't hit one I like yet. If you get a response about
the Avery will you pass it along? Thanks- if you try this out let me
know what you think. submitted by: John Anthony e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Slip Bisque

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Testing: Untested
Date: 10/16/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kaolin                   12.5       12.50
Ball clay                18.8       18.80
Feldspar                 25.0       25.00
Frit 3110                12.5       12.50
Silica                   31.3       31.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Comments:

Variations --
Slip Additives:  Bentonite (2%) Improves Plasticity.   CMC- a cellulose gum additive which functions as a
thickener, binder, and suspending agent.  Plastic Vitrox Clay- a plasticizing
feldspar, low shrinkage.  Pyrax(Pyrophyllite)- reduces thermal expansion in clay
bodies. Colorants:  Chrome Oxide 1-8% Pale to Dark Green(Chrome fumes onto other
pots) Chrome Oxide .5-1% Peach or pink with alkaline glaze(peach/pink is
difficult) Cobalt Carbonate 1-8% Pale tp dark blue. Cobalt Oxide 1/2-5% Same
blues (Ox. spots more than Carb.) Copper Carbonate 2-8% Pink and reds.(fumes into
glaze surface) Copper Oxide (black or red) 1-5% (Red Cu Ox. is hard to use) Iron
Chromate 2-10% Opaque Grays Red Iron Oxide 5-50% Tan to saturated Iron Red Brown.
Rutile 4-10% tan(excellent in salt firing, runny golds and blues) Manganese
Dioxide 2-8% Brown or purple, depending on the glazes Nickel 1-10% gray to green
gray Opacifiers- 1-5% Tin Oxide, 3-10% Superpax, Opax, Zircopax


Glaze name: Slip Black

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 06/29/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Alberta slip             94.7       90.00
Nepheline syenite         5.3        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       95.00

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              5.3        5.00

Comments:

UF shop slip.


Glaze name: Slip Black

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 06/29/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Alberta slip             94.7       90.00
Nepheline syenite         5.3        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       95.00

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              5.3        5.00

Comments:

UF shop slip.


Glaze name: Slip Black Inlay Doug Peltzman

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 8
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Date: 06/25/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

                        -----    --------
Totals:                   0.0        0.00

Comments:

This slip bleeds slightly under Doug's base glaze. Done deliberately for effect.

Clay Porcelain Peltzman as slip 1 cup + 6600 Black Mason Stain 40 gms. Base Glaze
Peltzsman over.

Pottery Making Illus. Jul/Aug. 2013


Glaze name: Slip Bringle

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Testing: Untested
Date: 10/16/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kaolin                   21.1       21.10
Ball clay                21.1       21.10
Nepheline syenite        26.3       26.30
Silica                   31.6       31.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Comments:

Variations --
Slip Additives:  Bentonite (2%) Improves Plasticity.  Borax (5%) Toughens slip in dry state for handling.  CMC- a cellulose gum additive which functions as a thickener, binder, and suspending agent.  Plastic Vitrox Clay- a plasticizing feldspar, low shrinkage.  Pyrax(Pyrophyllite)- reduces thermal expansion in clay bodies.
Colorants:  Chrome Oxide 1-8% Pale to Dark Green(Chrome fumes onto other pots)
Chrome Oxide .5-1% Peach or pink with alkaline glaze(peach/pink is difficult)
Cobalt Carbonate 1-8% Pale tp dark blue.
Cobalt Oxide 1/2-5% Same blues (Ox. spots more than Carb.)
Copper Carbonate 2-8% Pink and reds.(fumes into glaze surface)
Copper Oxide (black or red) 1-5% (Red Cu Ox. is hard to use)
Iron Chromate 2-10% Opaque Grays
Red Iron Oxide 5-50% Tan to saturated Iron Red Brown.
Rutile 4-10% tan(excellent in salt firing, runny golds and blues)
Manganese Dioxide 2-8% Brown or purple, depending on the glazes
Nickel 1-10% gray to green gray
Opacifiers- 1-5% Tin Oxide, 3-10% Superpax, Opax, Zircopax


Glaze name: Slip Coleman Porcelain

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Lichen
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 10/08/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  32.0       32.00
Custer feldspar          32.0       32.00
Ball clay                 8.0        8.00
Silica                   24.0       24.00
Plastic vitrox            2.0        2.00
Pyrax                     2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

CMC                       2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Susan Filley. CMC functions as a binder, thickener, and suspending agent.
PV clay is a plasticizing feldspar for low shrinkage.
Variations --
+ 2% bentonite for better plasticity
+ 5% borax for tougher dry state handling
Colorants:
Chrome oxide 1-8% = pale to dk. green
Cobalt carbonate or oxide 0.5-8% pale to dk. blue
Copper carbonate 2-8% = pinks to reds
Copper oxide 1-5%
Iron chromate 2-10% grays
RIO 5-50% tan to saturated iron red-brown
Rutile 4-10% tan. Good in salt - golds and blues.
Manganese diox. 2-8% brown or purple, depending on glaze
Nickel 1-10% gray to green gray
Stains - start with about 10%


Glaze name: Slip Fake Avery Flashing #5

Glaze type: Slip-flashing
Cone: 10
Firing: Salt - Soda
Color: Orange
Date: 09/01/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        24.0       24.00
EPK                      44.0       44.00
Calcined kaolin          30.0       30.00
Neuman Red clay           2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Opaque red orange brown slip or engobe. Apply thinly to bisqueware, slip should be
very thin. Dipping or spraying works well. Dampening the bisque will aid in adhesion
and in getting a thin coat C-Red clay would be a good substitute, or try your local
earthenware clay. If possible, use clays low in magnesia and calcia. I often add more
red clay to this (perhaps double the amount) for a darker flashed color in wood or
soda, sometimes just mixing in some red clay terra sigilatta by eye as I thin the
slip for spraying. From Pottery Making Illustrated.


Glaze name: Slip Flashing

Glaze type: Engobe
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Date: 11/29/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Avery kaolin             75.0       75.00
Nepheline syenite        25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Peter Beasecker
Variations --
Add soda ash: handful per 10,000 gm batch


Glaze name: Slip Flashing 2

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Reduction
Date: 11/29/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  30.0       30.00
#6 Tile clay             20.0       20.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
XX Sagger clay           10.0       10.00
Custer feldspar          15.0       15.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
Nepheline syenite         5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Peter Beasecker.


Glaze name: Slip Flashing Silverman's

Cone: 9 - 10
Surface texture: slip or engobe
Transparency: Opaque
Color: orange
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        10.0       10.00
Avery kaolin             80.0       80.00
XX Sagger clay           10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Avery Kaolin is no longer available. He also included a recipe for a
flashing slip which works best in soda firing doug gray Alpine, TX
[email protected]


Glaze name: Slip Greenware

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Testing: Untested
Date: 10/16/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kaolin                   40.0       40.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
Potash feldspar          25.0       25.00
Silica                   25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Variations --
Slip Additives:  Bentonite (2%) Improves Plasticity.  Borax (5%) Toughens slip in dry state for handling.  CMC- a cellulose gum additive which functions as a thickener, binder, and suspending agent.  Plastic Vitrox Clay- a plasticizing feldspar, low shrinkage.  Pyrax(Pyrophyllite)- reduces thermal expansion in clay bodies.
Colorants:  Chrome Oxide 1-8% Pale to Dark Green(Chrome fumes onto other pots)
Chrome Oxide .5-1% Peach or pink with alkaline glaze(peach/pink is difficult)
Cobalt Carbonate 1-8% Pale tp dark blue.
Cobalt Oxide 1/2-5% Same blues (Ox. spots more than Carb.)
Copper Carbonate 2-8% Pink and reds.(fumes into glaze surface)
Copper Oxide (black or red) 1-5% (Red Cu Ox. is hard to use)
Iron Chromate 2-10% Opaque Grays
Red Iron Oxide 5-50% Tan to saturated Iron Red Brown.
Rutile 4-10% tan(excellent in salt firing, runny golds and blues)
Manganese Dioxide 2-8% Brown or purple, depending on the glazes
Nickel 1-10% gray to green gray
Opacifiers- 1-5% Tin Oxide, 3-10% Superpax, Opax, Zircopax


Glaze name: Slip Grolleg

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 10
Firing: Soda
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 10/02/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  42.5       42.50
Calcined kaolin          42.5       42.50
Nepheline syenite        15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Sam Chung.


Glaze name: Slip Jeremy's Fake Avery

Glaze type: slip
Cone: 10
Date: 3/26/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

China clay               30.0       30.00
Calcined kaolin          30.0       30.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
Nepheline syenite        20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

I recently made up a test batch of Jeremy Nudell Kalin's recipe for a
fake Avery woodfire flashing slip. I put it on some test bowls made
from Miller 510, which is a packaged cone 10 white stoneware, the
makeup of which I don't know. The slip was a little thin when I mixed
it , so I used a little epsom salts to thicken to what I am used to
with an Avery slip going on leather hard. Fired to ^10, it flashed
gorgeously, but also cracked and jumped off the pots. Any suggestions
for a better fit? Bentonite? I guess I should find out more about the
clay body before submitting this, and I will do that. In the
meantime, any suggestions would be most welcome.TIA submitted by:
John Anthony source for original recipe: Jeremy Nudell Kalin e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Slip Johnston Flashing

Glaze type: Slip glaze
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Orange
Testing: Untested
Date: 09/24/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  50.0       50.00
Newman Red               10.0       10.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Nepheline syenite        30.0       30.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Clay Times May/June 2002


Glaze name: slip Louis' Salt

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Unglazed
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

AP Green Fireclay        22.5       22.52
OM-4 Ball Clay           22.5       22.52
Cedar Heights Goldart Clay   22.5       22.52
EPK                      22.5       22.52
Custer feldspar           5.4        5.41
Silica                    4.5        4.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Comments:

Also add: Grog to taste New to sprayed soda, I'll reply with what I
did. My clay body is an APGreen based stoneware with no added iron
and lightened up with some EPK, It has some pyrophillite grog from
Cedar Heights, and some fine silica sand. Clay body used by Makenzie
Smith at TAMUCC workshop 1995. The firing was done in oxidation. Some
of my students had some darker clays in the kiln and reduction gives
a form of boredom brown to them. As the kiln was cone 9 ish I started
to spray in the 1 gallon of water with 5 pounds of soda ash
(approximate). A nice variety of residual soda effects resulted with
orange peel on some rims and dry surfaces where pots were tightly
stacked. When the hot spot in the kiln showed a little warping of the
pots the kiln was turned off. The firing from dull red heat took
about 16 hours. It could have been done quicker, but there were
numerous orifice adjustments and I like to go slow in a new kiln. I
do my best to have the kiln going slower than 1 cone per hour above
cone 8. I think it produces more lively glaze surfaces. submitted by:
Louis Katz e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Slip McKenzie's Yellow for Soda

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Salt - Soda
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Yellow
Date: 08/28/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        31.6       31.60
Ball clay                63.1       63.20
Flint                     5.3        5.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Zircopax Plus             5.3        5.30
Titanium dioxide          7.0        7.00

Comments:

From McKenzie Smith, who says, "She's a honey in soda Not sure about porcelain but
on stoneware it sure is nice."


Glaze name: slip Mills Bisque

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 8 - 10
Surface texture: slip or engobe
Color: white as base
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Calcined kaolin          25.0       25.00
Ball clay                25.0       25.00
Potash feldspar          45.0       45.00
Ferro frit 3124           5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

originally specified Calcium Borate Frit - almost any calcium boron
frit should work. High firing, possibly Stoneware Steve Mills @Bath
Potters Supplies, Dorset Close, Bath BA2 3RF, UK Tel:(44) (0)1225
337046 Fax:(44) (0)1225 462712 [email protected]


Glaze name: Slip Mustard

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 10
Firing: Soda
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Yellow
Date: 10/02/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kentucky OM #4           45.0       45.00
Calcined kaolin          45.0       45.00
Nepheline syenite        10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Titanium dioxide         10.0       10.00

Comments:

apply to bisque. From Sam Chung.


Glaze name: Slip Nancy's Black Wood/Soda

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Wood
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Visual texture: None
Date: 04/20/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          60.0       60.00
Mason 6600 black stain   40.0       40.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Nancy Barbour. A bit too paten leather if used on large areas, so
I add a bit of RIO to mellow it. Used at different stage for a
variety of black and grey. Mimicks ink. Thick=black, thin= grey.


Glaze name: Slip Orange Baur

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Orange
Date: 12/11/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

EPK                      46.9       46.90
Kentucky OM #4           46.9       46.90
Borax                     6.1        6.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Zircopax                 11.7       11.70

Comments:


Glaze name: slip Robin Hopper's

Cone: 04 - 12
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Slip or Engobe
Color: off white
Testing: Untested
Date: 08/01/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ball clay                75.0       75.00
Kaolin                   10.0       10.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
Feldspar                  5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

comments: Robin Hopper cites this decorating slip: He says it is
useable from C04 to C12, and if unaltered fires to a "basic white."
(On a buff stoneware fired C10R, it gives a grey-tone white).To this
slip, to get black, he would add 5% (+/-) of his black stain which
has the following ingredients: 20% chromium oxide 20% cobalt (oxide
or carbonate) 20% manganese (di)oxide 20% iron oxide red 8% feldspar
(any) 8% kaolin (any) 4 flint He states this mixture is best after
being ball-milled for a minimum of four hours to eliminate specking.
He says 5% is enough for a clear glaze, more may be needed for an
opaque glaze (or slip as above). If this approach isn't suitable to
your friend, perhaps it will provide a simple guide towards a black
slip. Salut! Tom.Buck submitted by: Tom Buck source for original
recipe: Robin Hopper e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: slip Silverman Flashing

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Salt - Soda
Surface texture: slip or engobe
Transparency: Opaque
Color: orange
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        10.0       10.00
Avery kaolin             80.0       80.00
XX Sagger clay           10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Avery Kaolin is no longer available. He also included a recipe for a
flashing slip which works best in soda firing doug gray Alpine, TX
[email protected]


Glaze name: Slip Troy's Flashing research

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 10
Firing: Salt - Soda
Color: orange
Date: 01/22/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  93.3       84.00
Borax                     6.7        6.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       90.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 11.1       10.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Slip Troy's Flashing research no borax

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 10
Firing: Salt - Soda
Color: orange
Date: 01/22/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kaolin - theoretical     72.7       72.70
Magnesium carbonate       0.7        0.70
Wollastonite              0.1        0.10
Frit 3185                 6.5        6.50
Nepheline syenite        14.3       14.30
Alumina hydrate           5.0        5.00
Rutile                    0.0        0.03
Red iron oxide            0.7        0.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.03

Also add:

Zircopax                 10.0       10.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Slip Troy's Flashing research no borax 2

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 10
Firing: Salt - Soda
Color: orange
Date: 01/22/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  93.3       84.00
Borax                     6.7        6.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       90.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 11.1       10.00

Comments:


Glaze name: slip UF high-fire tizzy

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red
Date: 08/17/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

EPK                      51.0       51.00
Kentucky OM #4           37.0       37.00
Custer feldspar           8.0        8.00
Whiting                   3.0        3.00
Flint                     1.0        1.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          8.0        8.00

Comments:

copper red in reduction, pale green in oxidation.


Glaze name: slip UF shop base

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Metallic
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 08/17/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

EPK                      36.0       36.00
Kentucky OM #4           27.0       27.00
Custer feldspar          15.0       15.00
Whiting                   7.0        7.00
Flint                    15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

2000 grams fills 2 quart containers.
Variations --
white +7% opax
blue: + 3% cobalt carb + 0.5% chrome oxide
green: +4% chrome


Glaze name: slip UF shop black

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 08/17/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   40.0       40.00
Custer feldspar          20.0       20.00
Ball clay                40.0       40.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            5.0        5.00
Cobalt carbonate          2.0        2.00
Manganese dioxide         5.0        5.00
Chromium oxide            1.0        1.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Slip Wood's Black

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 02/18/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   46.7       50.00
Ball clay                23.4       25.00
Manganese dioxide        14.0       15.00
black stain              11.2       12.00
Black iron oxide          4.7        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      107.00

Comments:

From Ruthann Tudball's "Soda Glazing"


Glaze name: Slip Yelliow Amarillo

Glaze type: Slip-vapor glaze
Cone: 9-11
Firing: Wood
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Ochre
Date: 01/19/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        31.5       31.58
Ball clay                62.9       63.16
Silica                    5.6        5.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.34

Also add:

Tin oxide                 5.2        5.26
Titanium dioxide         10.5       10.53

Comments:

Used in Curaumilla on raw dry clay. Lovely ochre color that gets good surface in salt and wood.


Glaze name: Slip Yellow for Soda McKenzie's

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Salt - Soda
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Yellow
Date: 08/28/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        31.6       31.60
Ball clay                63.1       63.20
Flint                     5.3        5.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Zircopax Plus             5.3        5.30
Titanium dioxide          7.0        7.00

Comments:

From McKenzie Smith, who says, "She's a honey in soda Not sure about porcelain but
on stoneware it sure is nice."


Glaze name: Sloan's Black

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: satin matt
Color: charcoal black
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          43.1       43.07
Whiting                  18.4       18.41
Silica                   11.0       11.01
Kaolin                   22.8       22.77
Zinc oxide                4.7        4.74
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 1.9        1.90
Rutile                    2.9        2.85
Cobalt oxide              1.0        0.95
Red iron oxide            7.6        7.59

Comments:

Here is a cone 9-10 black glaze recipe that has no name but looks
like what you describe; irridescent, satin charcoal black in
reduction; like a black pearl. I acquired this glaze 25 years ago &
if I had a gas kiln this would still be my favorite glaze. submitted
by: Anne Fallis-Elliott, NYC e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Sloan's Black revisited

Cone: 10 - 11
Surface texture: satin to gloss
Color: black
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              45.9       45.85
Flint                    24.5       24.45
Whiting                  14.2       14.19
Ball clay                 8.7        8.73
Borax                     4.6        4.59
Zinc oxide                2.2        2.18
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              5.0        5.02
Red iron oxide            3.3        3.28
Chrome oxide              1.1        1.09

Comments:

----------------------------Original
message---------------------------- You probably got the recipe
already considering how long it takes me to research it, but here is
the one that we use at the school. Note that this recipe is set for
larger batches and all quantities are in grams. Good Luck Sorry I
forgot the particulars. And since I have neglected ( because I was
movingwhile working full time) to keep up with the group, I am now
looking at 802 messages, many of which I will not read and will have
to pick up the new threads as they come along. It is also why this
response is not more timely. Sloan's Black is a cone 10 glaze; as I
am sure that Vince or someone in this group has subsequently pointed
out. At (10) the glaze is a thick rich black with a silvery surface
finish. At (11) it is a very nice glossy black of the same thick
substance. Dave Durnford Box 2145 Missoula, Montana 59806 University
of Montana Art Department [email protected]


Glaze name: Splotchy Lavender Glaze

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Color: lavender
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate          2.0        2.02
Calcined Zinc Oxide       4.0        4.04
Lithium carbonate         2.0        2.02
Whiting                  14.1       14.14
Custer feldspar          50.5       50.51
Ferro Frit 3134           7.1        7.07
Silica, (325 mesh)       20.2       20.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          0.6        0.61
Tin oxide                 1.0        1.01
Bentonite                 1.0        1.01

Comments:

GREAT BLUE/RED /DARK BLUE! My experience with copper red is that what
matters most is to begin reduction at cone 012 fairly heavy and then
go into moderate reduction after cone 05 drops. Continue moderate to
light reduction until cone 10 then a brief oxidation peroid of about
10 minutes. If you over reduce it will be liver brown and under
reduced will be celadon. One solution to a problem (uneven, spotty
reduction and under reduced)we had was to turn down the gas and air.
To slow it down and reduce at the above schedule. We were firing in
an Alpine updraft with blowers and just running the same schedule as
the people who fired before us. (It was a community center). They
were firing at 4 pounds pressure (natural gas) with the blowers at
70. Something like that. But we reduced the gas and the air and the
firing was 100% better. No more spotty reduction or unreduced pots.
(I kind of miss those unwanted interesting results though.) submitted
by: John Britt e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Spodumene 1 V.C.

Glaze type: Ca Mg AlMatt
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Smooth Matt
Color: Buff to brown
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              30.0       30.00
EPK                      24.0       24.00
Spodumene                20.0       20.00
Dolomite                 22.0       22.00
Whiting                   4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                  6.0        6.00

Comments:

Similar to T.S. Spodumene. Thick= creamy buff; med.= tan ivory; thin
= rust brown Breaks over texture. Glaze Type: Ca Mg AlMatt. Opacity:
Opaque. Firing type: Reduction From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: Spodumene 2 V.C.

Glaze type: Ca Mg AlMatt
Cone: 9
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matt Stony
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              28.0       28.00
Spodumene                18.0       18.00
Dolomite                 20.0       20.00
EPK                      23.0       23.00
Whiting                   4.0        4.00
Wollastonite              4.0        4.00
Bone ash                  3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 5.0        5.00

Comments:

May substitute 6% Zircopax for Tin. Earthy colors - white to creamy
white to tan to orangish brown to red rust to brown. Glaze Type: Ca
Mg AlMatt. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Reduction From Val Cushing.
VC ed


Glaze name: Spodumene Smith

Glaze type: Lithium Matt
Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: semimatte
Transparency: Opaque
Color: white with ornage spots
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          30.0       30.00
EPK                      25.0       25.00
Dolomite                 22.0       22.00
Spodumene                20.0       20.00
Whiting                   3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 5.0        5.00

Comments:

We used to use a spodumene glaze back in college that when applied
thin, would produce the same results. As the glaze gets thicker, it
turns a fat white with orange to brown spots, the thicker the glaze,
the fewer spots. submitted by: Dianna Rose Downs e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Spodumene V.C. TS

Glaze type: Ca Mg AlMatt
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Stoney Matt
Color: Tan to Rust Brown
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          30.0       30.00
Spodumene                20.0       20.00
EPK                      26.0       26.00
Dolomite                 22.0       22.00
Whiting                   2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                  6.0        6.00

Comments:

Creamy Tan where thick, rusty brown where thin. Glaze Type: Ca Mg
AlMatt. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Reduction From Val Cushing. VC
ed


Glaze name: Staley Red to Green

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Salt - Soda
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: red to green
Date: 02/18/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              50.0       50.00
Whiting                  15.0       15.00
EPK                      13.0       13.00
Dolomite                  2.0        2.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          8.0        8.00
Red iron oxide            1.0        1.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Chris used this on porcelain, soda fired.


Glaze name: Staley Red to Green base as matte

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Salt - Soda
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: red to green
Date: 02/18/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          45.0       45.00
Whiting                   1.0        1.00
Dolomite                 25.0       25.00
Kaolin - theoretical     11.0       11.00
Silica                   18.0       18.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          0.7        0.70
Red iron oxide            0.1        0.07
Bentonite                 0.2        0.20

Comments:

Chris used this on porcelain, soda fired.


Glaze name: Stoney Semimatt Glaze

Cone: 10
Surface texture: matte
Color: speckled white
Date: 9/20/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                 18.0       18.00
Whiting                   3.0        3.00
Custer feldspar          54.0       54.00
EPK                      25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Here is a stoney matte that I used to use a long time ago. It was a
really nice glaze back then and assume that it still is. the color is
quite effected by the thickness of the glaze, the thicker the glaze,
the whiter. Nice with variation of thickness. This is a fairly stiff
glaze. submitted by: Dianna Rose Downs source for original recipe:
Ceramics Monthly 1981 e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Strawberry Crush George's

Glaze type: Copper red
Cone: 9
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Transparency: Opaque
Color: red/ blue/ purple/ white
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          45.5       45.45
Flint                    25.3       25.25
Whiting                  14.1       14.14
Zinc oxide                4.0        4.04
Ferro frit 3134           7.1        7.07
Barium carbonate          2.0        2.02
Lithium carbonate         2.0        2.02
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.02
Tin oxide                 1.0        1.01
Copper carbonate          0.6        0.61

Comments:

These are glazes I got on Maui. I make no claims regarding these
glazes' reliability or safety. I don't know of their origin. These
are in use at Hui No'Eau in Makawao, Maui. Sam Tomich


Glaze name: Strontium matt ADJUSTED

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Frosty
Visual texture: Mottled
Crystals: Small
Bubbles: None
Flow: Slight
Flaws: Crazes
Testing: tested
Date: 12/19/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        51.1       51.08
Spodumene                 5.7        5.74
Magnesium carb            0.1        0.09
Strontium carbonate      26.6       26.58
EPK                       8.3        8.29
Flint                     8.2        8.22
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Strontium Matte

Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Crystals: Small
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Date: 01/07/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        58.0       58.00
Strontium carbonate      26.0       26.00
Lithium carbonate         1.0        1.00
Kentucky OM #4           10.0       10.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Sworoff

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Frosty
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Testing: tested
Date: 03/19/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           21.0       21.00
Kona F-4                 27.0       27.00
Whiting                   9.0        9.00
Dolomite                 10.0       10.00
Talc                      6.0        6.00
EPK                      19.0       19.00
Flint                     8.0        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Lee Rexrode @ Edinboro U


Glaze name: Sworoff Revised

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 03/06/01

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           23.7       23.70
F-4 spar                 30.8       30.80
Whiting                  10.7       10.70
Dolomite                 11.8       11.80
Talc                      7.1        7.10
EPK                       4.7        4.70
Glomax                    1.8        1.80
Flint                     9.5        9.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Sandy Lance @ Univ. of FL.
Variations --
Light to dark intensity
blue: Cobalt .25%, .50%, .75%, 1%, 2%
soft honey yellow: Mn 1%, 2%, 4%
saddle tan: titanium diox .25%, .5 % , .75%, 1%
Mottled Green: nickel 1%, 2%
Red/or/yellow inclusion stains: 1% soft, 5% med, 10% strong


Glaze name: Synthetic Esturine Mud

Cone: 8 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Color: brown
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar FFF             12.9       12.92
Dolomite                 13.8       13.82
Whiting                   2.9        2.87
Ball clay                31.8       31.77
Red clay                 23.4       23.39
Flint                    15.2       15.24
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Also add:

Red iron oxide            3.2        3.17
Titanium dioxide          0.3        0.35
Manganese dioxide         0.2        0.21

Comments:

SEM/92 HARROW ALBANY SLIP (from Victor Bryant
[email protected]): What kind of Feldspar is FFF? Is it
similar to something I might already have (Kona F4, Custer and
Cornwall Stone)? I would like to test this recipe without having to
drive to Oakville for 1 ingredient. TIA for all your help. sam -
alias the cat lady Home of Manx cats, Cavalier King Charles Spaniels
and the odd horse Melbourne, Ontario, CANADA (SW Ontario)
http://www.geocities.com/paris/3110


Glaze name: Synthetic Nuka

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: ?
Color: white
Testing: Untested
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          35.6       35.60
Whiting                  21.8       21.80
Talc                      2.0        2.00
Bone ash                  2.0        2.00
OM-4 Ball clay            5.9        5.90
Silica                   29.7       29.70
Ferro Frit 3134           3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Ferro Frit 3134 3 (He doesn't specify what frit to use so I use
this.) While we are on synthetic Mashiko/Hamada glazes, here is a
synthetic Nuka (white rice hull ash glaze) from Phil Rogers' _Ash
Glazes_. It works nicely over temmoku, at the top of bottles,
creating a waterfall effect where it dances over the black temmoku.
Has no tin in it. It is a silica white, very white by itself. The
bone ash creates bubbles that opacify and add to the brightness of
the white. I only use it either dipped or trailed over temmoku. Too
shiny white otherwise, unless used unevenly over a dark body.
submitted by: Lee in PigsEye e-mail: [email protected]
source for original recipe: Phil Rogers ^9/10


Glaze name: TAFFY V.C. AA

Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matte
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Yellow
Testing: Tested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           46.0       46.00
Whiting                  34.0       34.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          6.0        6.00
Red iron oxide            4.0        4.00

Comments:

Webs and streaks nicely. Medium tan thin to creamy gold beige thick.
VC ed Corrected 6/91


Glaze name: TAFFY V.C. AA

Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matte
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Yellow
Testing: Tested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           46.0       46.00
Whiting                  34.0       34.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          6.0        6.00
Red iron oxide            4.0        4.00

Comments:

Webs and streaks nicely. Medium tan thin to creamy gold beige thick.
VC ed Corrected 6/91


Glaze name: Tan Hawaiian

Cone: 10
Surface texture: Waxy
Color: tan
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                 34.5       33.30
Custer spar              31.1       30.00
Kentucky OM #4           34.5       33.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       96.60

Comments:

Simple, easy tan. Semi-matt. I use Dave's porcelain from Laguna. Dean
McRaine  on the north shore of Kauai


Glaze name: Tan Mag Semi-Gloss

Glaze type: Stoneware
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Light tan
Visual texture: Rich
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 01/30/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              56.2       56.80
Dolomite                 13.5       13.60
Whiting                  10.5       10.60
Zinc oxide                3.0        3.00
EPK                      15.8       16.00
Magnesium carbonate       1.0        1.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      101.00

Also add:

Rutile                    4.0        4.00

Comments:

 Very reliable

*How long have you been using this glaze?
 24 years

*Where did this recipe come from?
 Claude Laliberté, Québec City

*What do you like most about this glaze?
 Beautiful color and slightly textured surface

 100% reliable. It has no surface defects

*How does the glaze behave on different clay bodies?
 Very well

 Medium application thickness.

*How does this glaze interact with other glazes?
 Well

*What is your kiln type and size?
 Downdraft propane,60 cubic feet

*How do you typically fire?
 Clay reduction at cone/08, then light reduction increasing with time
until the final total reduction, followed by a period of reoxidation

*Any other comments?
 The glaze is named "Mag" for an extra amount of magnesium carbonate
that was added to the orginal recipe to obtain a good melt.

*GlazeBase recipe*
 Submitted by: Edouard Bastarache ([email protected])
 Ice Cream Flavor: Vanilla


Glaze name: Tan Mamo Matt

Glaze type: Ca Mg AlMatt
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Tan
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          25.0       25.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        25.0       25.00
Calcined kaolin          15.0       15.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Dolomite                 20.0       20.00
Whiting                   5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    3.0        3.00
Granular ilmenite         2.0        2.00

Comments:

Base Glaze is matt white. Was also made with 50 Oxford spar in place
of Custer and Kona. All derive from Rhodes White Matt in his Clay and
Glazes book. Glaze Type: Ca Mg AlMatt. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type:
Reduction From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: Teal blue-green tourquoise

Cone: 10
Color: Teal blue green tourquoise
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          39.1       39.05
Dolomite                 12.9       12.92
Colemanite                5.8        5.79
Magnesium carbonate       2.4        2.36
Zinc oxide                1.1        1.13
Kaolin                    9.4        9.42
Flint                    29.3       29.33
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              0.5        0.50
Chrome oxide              0.5        0.50
Bentonite                 0.3        0.30

Comments:

This has been fired in reduction but I suspect it will work in
oxidation. If anybody tries it in oxidation, please let me know the
results. I love this stuff as an accent. It has a long firing range,
I suspect ^9 - ^11. It's very forgiving, very stiff and should go on
just fine as a light cream consistency dipped. Peace and long
life....and yes, it's raining but I saw two rainbows yesterday while
cleaning porch # 1 with mildicide Emily emily henderson



Glaze name: Teal blue-green turquoise

Cone: 10
Color: Teal blue green tourquoise
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          39.1       39.05
Dolomite                 12.9       12.92
Colemanite                5.8        5.79
Magnesium carbonate       2.4        2.36
Zinc oxide                1.1        1.13
Kaolin                    9.4        9.42
Flint                    29.3       29.33
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              0.5        0.50
chrome oxide              0.5        0.50
Bentonite                 0.3        0.30

Comments:

This has been fired in reduction but I suspect it will work in
oxidation. If anybody tries it in oxidation, please let me know the
results. I love this stuff as an accent. It has a long firing range,
I suspect ^9 - ^11. It's very forgiving, very stiff and should go on
just fine as a light cream consistency dipped. Peace and long
life....and yes, it's raining but I saw two rainbows yesterday while
cleaning porch # 1 with mildicide Emily emily henderson


Glaze name: Teal Gloss Sarah Jaeger

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: teal
Date: 10/16/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 75.0       75.00
Whiting                  15.0       15.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00
Chrome oxide              1.5        1.50
Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00

Comments:

From Sarah Jaeger.


Glaze name: Teal Matt Rick's

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: matte
Transparency: Opaque
Color: teal blue
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          51.0       51.02
Dolomite                 23.5       23.47
EPK                      21.4       21.43
Whiting                   4.1        4.08
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.02
Chrome oxide              1.0        1.02
Bentonite                 1.0        1.02

Comments:

(better on porcelain) I make no claims regarding these glazes'
reliability or safety. I don't know of their origin. These are in use
at Hui No'Eau in Makawao, Maui. sam tomich 


Glaze name: Temmoku Mark's

Glaze type: Ca K Temmoku
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Deep brown-black
Testing: Untested
Source: Val Cushing VC ed. via GlazeBase
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

K-200 feldspar           45.0       45.00
Whiting                  17.0       17.00
Grolleg clay             11.0       11.00
Flint                    27.0       27.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           10.0       10.00
Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

Thin=rust, orange-red; thick=black. In salt over white body or
slip=smokey jade green. used in Classic Temmoku, excellent.
UF Shop glaze.


Glaze name: Temmoku Secrest

Glaze type: Ca K Temmoku
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy
Transparency: Translucent
Color: brown
Testing: Untested
Source: Val Cushing VC ed. via GlazeBase
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          53.0       53.00
EPK                       6.0        6.00
Flint                    24.0       24.00
Whiting                  12.0       12.00
Barium carbonate          2.5        2.50
Zinc oxide                2.5        2.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           10.0       10.00

Comments:

Color is deeper and richer when applied thickly. Color is brighter and
more intense over white slip or clay.
[NOTE-these notes look like the ones from the Secrest Celadon... and
is it really translucent?]


Glaze name: Temmoku-style glaze

Cone: 10
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Color: black opaque
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 65.4       65.39
Whiting                  11.5       11.54
China clay                7.7        7.69
Silica                   15.4       15.38
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Iron oxide                7.7        7.69

Comments:

this is a very nice cone ten, easy to make this glaze was found
written on the side of plastic pail i bought at an auction 31 years
ago. as with all mirror blacks the thickness of the glaze, the
quality of the reduction, and the care in cooling the kiln will play
a dramatic influence on the final product. breaking to rust is the
result of thin areas. and if you wish to use this as iron red just
apply a thin coat. as most veteran potters will verify.....make 2,000
pots, apply mirror black glaze, and fire the kiln 73 times...you will
learn to use it... mel jacobson, minnesota


Glaze name: Temoku Oxidation

Glaze type: Temmoku
Cone: 10
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: black breaking to brown on edges/where thin
Visual texture: Slightly mottled
Crystals: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 01/18/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           46.7       46.70
EPK                      11.1       11.10
Silica                   20.2       20.20
Whiting                  14.5       14.50
Red iron oxide            7.5        7.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Macaloid                  0.5        0.50

Comments:

 Closest thing to redux temmoku I can find. Works well with Penland
Purple overlapped as a "chun".
 Must be fired to hard ^10 for colour to develop - at 9 it is boring
brown.

 Use 1/4 to 1/2% macaloid as as suspender

*How long have you been using this glaze?
 Over 7 years

*Where is it used?
 My studio

*Where did this recipe come from?
 CM compilation of glazes.  Sorry, date unknown, but older than 10
years.

*What do you like most about this glaze?
 Consistency - apply thickly and it stays put.  Good for tableware.

*Is this glaze reliable?
 ABSOLUTELY

*Does this glaze tend to craze/crawl/pinhole/etc.?
 Rub any pinholes on dry glaze to avoid pinholing in final product.
Wear gloves as this glaze will stain your hands - and your clothing.

*How do different firing temperatures/atmospheres affect the glaze?
 Will fire to ^9 (gets glossy) but the colour is awful! Firing to ^10
at 4 o'clock for best results.

*How does the glaze behave on different clay bodies?
 Have used on 3 different clay bodies with identical results.

*What consistency should the glaze be for pouring/dipping?
 Medium thick

*How thickly should the glaze be applied to the pot?
 Medium thick - if applied thinly, you can get some red flashes - but
unless clay is extremely smooth (non-stoneware) the end product is
non-functional.

*How does this glaze interact with other glazes?
 Overlapping with Penland opal gives a wonderful "chun" effect in ox.

*What is your kiln type and size?
 PSH CRT 180 - 6.5 cubic ft.

*How do you typically fire?
 I "candle" overnight. 20-24 hours depending on electricity demands.

*Do you experience problems with the raw glaze?
 Rapid settling!!  I use .25 - .5% macaloid as a suspender - or it
becomes a cement lump.  Also, takes a long time to dry.  Be patient!

*What is your water pH?
 I use R/O water

*GlazeBase recipe*
 Submitted by: Sam Cuttell - alias the cat lady ([email protected])
 Ice Cream Flavor: Mowie Cowie

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Glaze name: Tenmoku

Cone: 9
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: shiny, glossy
Color: brown to black
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          56.0       56.00
Silica                   20.5       20.50
Whiting                  16.0       16.00
Ball clay                 7.5        7.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            8.0        8.00
Bentonite                 2.2        2.16

Comments:

This is a fluid but not necessarily runny glaze. (Any iron saturate
glaze will run if over fired or put on too thick.) I have found it
best to fire it in a mild reduction to neutral. And lately I've been
turning off the kiln at Cone 9 bending. Thickness (or rather proper
thickness) is always important for the desired black. Bentonite is
important as this glaze will settle out immediately. Source: Kansas
City Art Institute submitted by: Jim Connell e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Tenmoku Yuteki (Oilspot)

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: oxidation
Testing: Untested
Date: 4/21/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          64.7       64.67
Silica                   24.9       24.88
Whiting                   5.5        5.47
Talc                      5.0        4.98
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            8.0        7.96
Cobalt oxide              2.0        1.99

Comments:

submitted by: Brian Kemp e-mail: [email protected]
([email protected])


Glaze name: Tesha Boubaric

Cone: 9 - 10
Color: iron red brown
Date: 8/8/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        23.6       23.60
Whiting                  18.0       18.00
Ball clay                29.2       29.20
Flint                    29.2       29.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           13.5       13.50

Comments:

Good Luck From my RISD undergrad days....(still don't understand this
name) Cone 9-10 R and Salt Jonathan Kaplan, president
[email protected] Ceramic Design Group Ltd./Production Services PO Box
775112 Steamboat Springs CO 80477 Plant Location (please use this
address for all UPS shipments) 30800 Moffat Ave Unit 13 Steamboat
Springs CO 80487 (970) 879-9139*voice and fax
http://www.craftweb.com/org/jkaplan/cdg.shtml
http://digitalfire.com/education/articles/kaplan1.htm
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Glaze name: TESSHA

Cone: 8
Color: iron red brown
Date: 8/8/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           28.1       28.05
Silica                   50.9       50.92
Whiting                  14.0       14.02
Kaolin                    7.0        7.01
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           14.9       14.94

Comments:

Frank Martin Art Deparment/Ceranics 92nd street YM-YWHA 1395
Lexington Ave NY, NY. 10128 [email protected]


Glaze name: Tessha Boubaric KCAI

Glaze type: Iron saturate
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: iron red brown
Date: 8/8/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        22.7       22.73
Whiting                  18.2       18.18
Ball clay                29.5       29.55
Quartz                   29.5       29.55
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Also add:

Red iron oxide           13.6       13.64
Bentonite                 2.3        2.27

Comments:

Frank Martin Art Deparment/Ceranics 92nd street YM-YWHA 1395
Lexington Ave NY, NY. 10128 [email protected]


Glaze name: TESSHA KCAI BOUBARIC SATURATE IRON

Glaze type: Iron saturate
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: iron red brown
Date: 8/8/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        22.7       22.73
Whiting                  18.2       18.18
Ball clay                29.5       29.55
Quartz                   29.5       29.55
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Also add:

Red iron oxide           13.6       13.64
Bentonite                 2.3        2.27

Comments:

Frank Martin Art Deparment/Ceranics 92nd street YM-YWHA 1395
Lexington Ave NY, NY. 10128 [email protected]


Glaze name: Tessha Michael Simon

Cone: 8 - 10
Color: iron red brown
Date: 8/8/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          25.7       25.72
Ball clay                27.9       27.88
Whiting                  18.5       18.52
Flint                    27.9       27.88
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           11.3       11.32

Comments:

The following Tessha Glaze recipe is from the Feb '96 issue of
Ceramics Monthly. (Can be applied to leather hard pots for once
firing.) dennis davis 


Glaze name: Tessha Rust

Cone: 10
Color: iron red brown
Date: 8/8/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash spar              24.7       24.72
Flint                    28.1       28.09
Kentucky OM #4           27.0       26.97
Whiting                  20.2       20.22
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           12.4       12.36

Comments:

I have the recipe in my glaze notebook. No note to ascribe where I
got it however. no other notes....ie not one I have used a lot. (my
fav. iron saturate is Ohata Kaki) Ric Swenson, Bennington College,
Route 67 -A, Bennington, Vermont 05201-6001 802 442-5401 x 262 vox x
237 fax or dedicated fax 802 442-6164 email: [email protected]


Glaze name: Textured Blue

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: satin matte
Color: deep purple to blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           21.0       21.03
Nepheline syenite        21.0       21.03
Kentucky OM #4            4.5        4.53
Gerstley borate          11.8       11.82
Dolomite                  7.5        7.53
Talc                     14.4       14.44
Silica                   19.6       19.61
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              3.0        3.00

Comments:

Satin glaze. Deep purple where thick. Midnight blue where medium.
soft purple with slip. Well I finally got around to typing this thing
up...^9-10 Blues Thank you one and all for all the donated recipes. I
only tested 31 out of almost 100 I received. I'll continue testing
and reporting as the winter DRAGS on. All the glazes were tested on
#900 Miller clay which is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One side of the
test tile was brushed with a thick coating of Cynthia Bringle's
wet/dry white slip. Each glaze was dipped in three thicknesses on a
heavily textured tile. All tiles were fired to a (hard)^9 (10
tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08 and 1 hr. glaze
reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown. Any time potash
or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball clay is OM-4 .
Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium with Strontium.
All kaolin is EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel well. Your results
will probably be TOTALLY different. Please test before use. Tracy
Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME 04579 phone:
207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected] web:
http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: TH Blue

Cone: 9
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: ?
Color: blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          42.8       42.80
Flint                    26.6       26.60
Whiting                  22.1       22.10
EPK                       8.5        8.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00
Titanium dioxide          3.0        3.00
Black nickel oxide        1.0        1.00

Comments:

I know we have covered pinholing exhaustively, but I am still having
a problem with 2 glazes. Is there a way to adjust the recipes to
help? I have 2 glazes that are pinholing each on their own, and
together. It seems to happen mostly in the electric kiln, but
occassionally in the gas reduction firings. Have tried smoothing with
a finger before firing, soaking at peak, and going slow midway
through the firing. Any other suggestions? Here are the cone 9
glazes, they're on Amherst Z clay. Would Corinne Null Bedford, NH
[email protected]


Glaze name: Tomato Pete's Tasty

Glaze type: Iron Saturate
Cone: 9-11
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Rust -iron red
Visual texture: Speckled
Crystals: Small
Date: 12/19/2008

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          44.2       44.20
Bone ash                 10.8       10.80
Magnesium carbonate      12.9       12.90
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Flint                    22.1       22.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Red iron oxide            8.0        8.00

Comments:

From Pete Pinnell. Clay Times article on tomato reds May/Jn '08 p23. Apply medium
thickness. Cool slowly for best rust color.


Glaze name: Tomato Red

Glaze type: Iron saturate
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy or shiny
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red rust iron
Testing: Tested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 spar            45.0       45.00
Whiting                   7.0        7.00
Bone ash                 11.0       11.00
Flint                    24.0       24.00
Grolleg                   7.0        7.00
Magnesium carbonate       6.0        6.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            8.0        8.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Kansas City. Similar to Oharata Red. Glossy opaque plum to
persimmon orange, rust, red. . Glaze Type: Ca Mg Iron Red. Firing
type: Reduction. From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: Tomato Red

Cone: 8 - 10
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          50.0       50.00
Silica                   22.7       22.70
Kaolin                    9.1        9.10
Dolomite                  9.1        9.10
Bone ash                  9.1        9.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            9.1        9.10
Bentonite                 1.8        1.80

Comments:

I have a Tomato Red that I use quite a lot. It has a very good
maturing range. From cone 8-10. I trust that all the ingredients are
the same in the U.S.A. as in Oz. submitted by: Russell and Lorraine
Klopper e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Tomato Red

Cone: 10
Color: Red rust iron
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Bone ash                 11.6       11.60
Magnesium carbonate       7.1        7.10
Kona F-4 feldspar        48.3       48.30
Georgia kaolin            7.1        7.10
Silica                   25.9       25.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            7.1        7.10
Bentonite                 1.3        1.30

Comments:

Here's a Tomato Red recipe I have that was from Ceramics Monthly
about 10 years submitted by: Shelley S. source for original recipe:
Ceramics Monthly e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Tomato Red

Cone: 10
Color: Red rust iron
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        48.2       48.20
Silica                   25.9       25.90
EPK                       7.1        7.10
Magnesium carbonate       7.1        7.10
Bone ash                 11.6       11.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Red iron oxide            7.1        7.10

Comments:

I took a pottery course at McHenry County College, in Crystal Lake,
IL a few years ago. We had a wonderful cone 10, reduction fired
Tomato Red glaze as above. This is a very nice rusty, orangey/golden
red. Good Luck. submitted by: Kurt Unterschuetz e-mail:
[email protected] , http://www.mc.net/schatzi


Glaze name: Tomato Red

Cone: 8 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          50.0       50.00
Silica                   22.7       22.70
Kaolin                    9.1        9.10
Dolomite                  9.1        9.10
Bone ash                  9.1        9.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            9.1        9.10
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

I have a Tomato Red that I use quite a lot. It has a very good
maturing range. From cone 8-10. I trust that all the ingredients are
the same in the U.S.A. as in Oz. submitted by: Russell and Lorraine
Klopper e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Tomato Red K.C.

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: shiny glossy
Color: Untested
Testing: Untested
Date: 3/26/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Bone ash                 10.9       10.93
Kona F-4 feldspar        45.4       45.38
Flint                    24.4       24.36
Kaolin                    6.7        6.72
Magnesium carbonate       5.9        5.88
Whiting                   6.7        6.72
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Also add:

Red iron oxide            6.7        6.72

Comments:

I believe that this is the Tomato Red used by my fellow students in
Kansas city in the late seventies. louis howard katz Possible Health
Hazards: Flint: free silica-wear a NIOSH approved dust mask when
handling dry material Louis Katz [email protected] * *Texas A&M
University Corpus Christi * *6300 Ocean Drive, Art Department *
*Corpus Christi, Tx 78412 * *Phone (512) 994-5987


Glaze name: Tomato Red- Coleman

Cone: 8 - 10
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Color: orange iron red
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           48.7       48.70
Silica                   16.1       16.12
EPK                       6.7        6.65
Talc                      9.2        9.24
Whiting                   7.4        7.44
Bone ash                 11.8       11.84
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Also add:

Red iron oxide           11.7       11.72

Comments:

Tom Coleman handed out some of his glaze formulas at a FUSION
conference in Ottawa a couple of years ago. Included was one for
TOMATO IRON RED cone 8-10 in reduction. I have not tried it, but he
had examples of it there. A bright orange red, gloss. Ask him about
it at NCECA. Liz Willoughby R.R. 1 Grafton. Ontario Canada. K0K 2G0
[email protected]


Glaze name: Tomatoe Red

Glaze type: Iron saturate
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy or shiny
Color: Red Orange Opaque
Testing: Tested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 spar            45.0       45.00
Whiting                   7.0        7.00
Bone ash                 11.0       11.00
Flint                    24.0       24.00
Grolleg                   7.0        7.00
Magnesium carbonate       6.0        6.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            8.0        8.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Kansas City. Similar to Oharata Red. Glossy opaque plum to
persimmon orange, rust, red. . Glaze Type: Ca Mg Iron Red. Firing
type: Reduction. From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: Touch of Moon

Cone: 10
Surface texture: semi-matte
Color: jade green
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        50.0       50.00
Whiting                  30.0       30.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00
Chrome oxide              1.0        1.00

Comments:

Dark semi-matt jade/marble green. Looks like stone. ( I never
understood this name) I use Dave's porcelain from Laguna. Dean
McRaine  on the north shore of Kauai


Glaze name: Tourquoise

Cone: 10
Surface texture: stable
Color: tourquoise
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              34.4       34.45
Gerstley borate           4.0        4.03
Dolomite                 18.1       18.12
Whiting                   4.0        4.03
EPK                      23.3       23.27
Silica                   16.1       16.11
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.01
Chrome oxide              0.5        0.50

Comments:

Bulletproof. Great at all temps and thicknesses. Very stable I use
Dave's porcelain from Laguna. Dean McRaine  on the
north shore of Kauai


Glaze name: Translucent Gray-White

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 8
Surface texture: semimatt
Color: Gray white
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 40.0       40.00
Whiting                  18.0       18.00
Cornwall Stone           18.0       18.00
Tennessee #1 ball clay   20.0       20.00
Magnesium carbonate       4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

Add C.M.C. 1 tsp I have had trouble with pinholing over underglaze
and slip,too. I fire to ^8 ox. on Sheffield's T3 body. When I use
Amaco underglaze or a slip made from the clay body, bisqued to ^06
and then put Translucent Gray-White semi-matte over it, pinholing
occurs only over the underglaze or slip. I suspect the problem lies
with the gases escaping from the slip and underglaze but I don't know
how to deal with this. I have a Paragon kiln with a computer control
hoobee but it doesn't have a soak option (if I had only known!).
submitted by: Leona Stonebridge Arthen e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Transparent/Clear

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Crystals: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 02/04/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          26.6      778.40
Whiting                  20.6      603.00
EPK                      19.5      570.50
Flint (silica)           32.2      940.80
Bentonite                 1.0       28.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0     2921.60

Comments:

 This is an excellent transparent/clear glaze that is very hard and
durable. I have used it over colored slip, with sgraffito into the
slip and with oxides and stains brushed over it and the decorations
don't move. This glaze can be brought to the VERY edge of the foot
without moving. I use it inside of all my functional work and when
decorating with colored slips I use it over the whole surface of the
pot.
 It is an excellent glaze that will always perform well especially
when you are in a hurry to get things fired. No surprises.
 Food-safe.

*Variations:
 Can add 1/4 % Copper Carbonate for Light Green in Oxidation ^9-10
firing.

*How long have you been using this glaze?
 Almost 20 years

*Where is it used?
 In my studio

*Where did this recipe come from?
 I got this recipe from Kieth Campbell from Ontario, Canada but
believe that it is an Alfred Univ. glaze originally

*What do you like most about this glaze?
 There are no surprises and I can count on it every time. Its food
safe.

*Is this glaze reliable?
 Very

*Does this glaze tend to craze/crawl/pinhole/etc.?
 Crazes if applied TOO THICK.

*How do different firing temperatures/atmospheres affect the glaze?
 Electric/Oxidation or Gas fired/Reduction or neutral fire are all
equally as good.

*How does the glaze behave on different clay bodies?
 On porcelain and white stoneware it is clear white. On buff and or
red bodies it goes somewhat grey because of the iron in the clays.
Very pleasent on all clays. I have tested and used on all the above
clays.

*What consistency should the glaze be for pouring/dipping?
 The consistancy of my glazes is like homo milk. The normal
consistancy. I dip to the count of 5 - 10.

*How thickly should the glaze be applied to the pot?
 Normal.
 I spray this glaze as well to 1/16th of an inch or better.

*How does this glaze interact with other glazes?
 I like it the way it is for my work.  Test your glazes and see what
happens. I have sprayed other glazes on rims etc. and all worked fine.

*What is your kiln type and size?
 30 cu.ft. downdraft gas kiln.

*How do you typically fire?
 Heating...pilots (4) on over night or at least a 9 hour period.
Burners (4) on low over night or till cone 07 is down. Turn up the
burners to 1/2 way mid. reduce kiln for 30 to 45 mins. depending on
the weather.  Cut the reduction (open dampers to almost open and a
light reduction till cone 10 falls. Clear kiln, shut off and seal.
 Slow 36 hour cool before cracking the door and work comes out in
about 48 hours.

*Do you experience problems with the raw glaze?
 NO....this glaze can be stirred easily even after 8 weeks of non use
and stays stirred for long periods of time while glazing. I make a
large green garbage pail of my well used glazes and they last me for
a yr. or more.  No smells etc.

*What is your water pH?
 City water.

*Any other comments?
 Try this glaze...it will be a main stay in your studio. ;>}}}

*GlazeBase recipe*
 Submitted by: Peggy Heer / Heer Pottery ([email protected])
 Ice Cream Flavor: Chocolate

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Glaze name: Turquoise

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 10
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Turquoise
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              34.5       34.50
Gerstley borate           4.0        4.00
Dolomite                 18.1       18.10
Whiting                   4.0        4.00
EPK                      23.3       23.30
Silica                   16.1       16.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00
Chrome oxide              0.5        0.50

Comments:

Bulletproof. Great at all temps and thicknesses. Very stable I use
Dave's porcelain from Laguna. Dean McRaine  on the
north shore of Kauai


Glaze name: V&O Lt Blue

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                  19.0       19.03
Flint                    31.9       31.94
EPK                      19.4       19.42
G-200 feldspar           26.7       26.70
Barnard slip              2.9        2.91
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

from Alfred/ Jim Chalkley Couldn't detect any light. blue but I
remember it used to be beautiful on carved porcelain. (Jim, are you
out there?) Well I finally got around to typing this thing up...^9-10
Blues Thank you one and all for all the donated recipes. I only
tested 31 out of almost 100 I received. I'll continue testing and
reporting as the winter DRAGS on. All the glazes were tested on #900
Miller clay which is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One side of the test
tile was brushed with a thick coating of Cynthia Bringle's wet/dry
white slip. Each glaze was dipped in three thicknesses on a heavily
textured tile. All tiles were fired to a (hard)^9 (10
tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08 and 1 hr. glaze
reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown. Any time potash
or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball clay is OM-4 .
Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium with Strontium.
All kaolin is EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel well. Your results
will probably be TOTALLY different. Please test before use. tracy
wilson  Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd.
Woolwich, ME 04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email:
[email protected] web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/



Glaze name: V.C. AA COBALT BLUE

Glaze type: Ca
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matte
Color: Blue Semi-Opaque
Testing: Tested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           46.0       46.00
Whiting                  34.0       34.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          2.0        2.00

Comments:

Webs and streaks nicely.VC ed
Variations --
Copper 1: + tin oxide 4% + copper carb 4%. Speckled green to mottled black.


Glaze name: V.C. BMI

Glaze type: Ca Mg SlipGlaze
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox or Red
Surface texture: Dry Matt
Color: Black Opaque
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Albany Slip              40.0       40.00
Nepheline Sye            20.0       20.00
Wollastonite             10.0       10.00
Talc                     10.0       10.00
Dolomite                 10.0       10.00
Barium carbonate         10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          2.0        2.00
Manganese dioxide         2.0        2.00
Copper carbonate          2.0        2.00
Red iron oxide            2.0        2.00

Comments:

Good for sculpture, a black surface. Glaze Type: Ca Mg SlipGlaze .
Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Ox or Red From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: V.C. Good Color Satin Matt

Glaze type: Li Mg
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Various
Source: Val Cushing VC ed. via GlazeBase
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        27.0       27.00
Lithium carbonate        18.0       18.00
Gerstley borate           5.0        5.00
Wollastonite              8.0        8.00
Talc                     14.0       14.00
EPK                       8.0        8.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Try other colors. Good in both oxidation and reduction.
Variations --
Use combination of Iron Oxide 2 and Rutile 4
Use only Copper Carbonate 3
Use only Chrome Oxide 0.5


Glaze name: V.C. Ingerson Matt

Glaze type: Ca Mg
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Smooth Dry Matt
Color: Various
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 Feldspar        50.0       50.00
Flint                    14.0       14.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Whiting                  16.0       16.00
Talc                     10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Rutile (8%) gives orange straw color with white specks. Mason's Black
(0.25%) gives a medium dark grey blue with white specks. Glaze Type:
Ca Mg. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Reduction From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: V.C. IR-A

Glaze type: Ca B IronSaturate
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy
Color: Plum to black
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              35.0       35.00
Gerstley borate          20.0       20.00
Whiting                  15.0       15.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           10.0       10.00

Comments:

Dark plum thin, to black thick Glaze Type: Ca B IronSaturate.
Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Reduction From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: V.C. IR-B

Glaze type: Zn Ca IronSaturate
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy Satin
Color: Plum to brown
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        24.0       24.00
Kona F-4 Spar            24.0       24.00
Zinc oxide               20.0       20.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
EPK                       2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           10.0       10.00
Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

Good celadon with 1% Red Iron Oxide. Green. Glaze Type: Zn Ca
IronSaturate. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Reduction From Val
Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: V.C. IR-C

Glaze type: Ca K IronSaturate
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy Satin
Color: Plum
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              40.0       40.00
Cornwall Stone           20.0       20.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
Gerstley borate           5.0        5.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           10.0       10.00

Comments:

Good celadon with 1% Red Iron Oxide. Green. Glaze Type: Ca K
IronSaturate. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Reduction From Val
Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: V.C. IR-D

Glaze type: Ca K IronSaturate
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy
Color: Plum to black
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

K-200 Spar               50.0       50.00
Whiting                  12.0       12.00
Zinc oxide                2.0        2.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Flint                    26.0       26.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           10.0       10.00

Comments:

Bluish celadon with 1% Red Iron Oxide. Glaze Type: Ca K IronSaturate.
Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Reduction From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: V.C. IR-E

Glaze type: Ca IronSaturate 4-3-2-1
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy
Color: Rust to black
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

K-200 Spar               40.0       40.00
Flint                    30.0       30.00
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           10.0       10.00

Comments:

Rust to plum to black. 4,3,2,1, again. Leach Celadon with 1% Iron
Oxide. Glaze Type: Ca IronSaturate 4-3-2-1. Opacity: Opaque. Firing
type: Reduction From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: V.C. IR-F

Glaze type: Ca K B IronSaturate
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy
Color: Brown to black
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          50.0       50.00
Gerstley borate          15.0       15.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           10.0       10.00

Comments:

Brown to plum to black. Highly textured, mottled color because of the
Boron. Glaze Type: Ca K B IronSaturate. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type:
Reduction From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: V.C. IR-G

Glaze type: Ca K IronSaturate Feldspa
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy
Color: Temmoku
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

K-200 Feldspar           80.0       80.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           10.0       10.00

Comments:

Can be orangish rust where thin, also rutile blue with 4% rutile and
1% iron. Glaze Type: Ca K IronSaturate Feldspa. Opacity: Opaque.
Firing type: Reduction From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: V.C. IR-H

Glaze type: Ca IronSaturate
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy
Color: Plum to black
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          30.0       30.00
Kona F-4 Feldspar        30.0       30.00
Wollastonite              5.0        5.00
Gerstley borate           5.0        5.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Flint                    15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           10.0       10.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Can be orangish rust where thin, also rutile blue with 4% rutile and
1% iron. Glaze Type: Ca IronSaturate. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type:
Reduction From Val Cushing.VC ed


Glaze name: V.C. IR-I

Glaze type: Ca IronSaturate
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy Satin
Color: Plum to black
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           42.0       42.00
Whiting                  16.0       16.00
Gerstley borate           2.0        2.00
Zinc oxide                2.0        2.00
Flint                    26.0       26.00
EPK                      12.0       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           10.0       10.00

Comments:

Glaze Type: Ca IronSaturate. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Reduction
From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: V.C. IR-J

Cone: 9
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: shiny
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          40.0       40.00
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Flint                    30.0       30.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           10.0       10.00

Comments:

Thin = plum to thick = black. Iron saturate glaze. VC ed


Glaze name: V.C. Karen Starshine

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Glossy or shiny
Color: Opaque
Testing: Tested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

K-200  Feldspar          51.0       51.00
Soda ash                  4.0        4.00
Gerstley borate           6.0        6.00
Whiting                  13.0       13.00
Barium carbonate          4.0        4.00
Lithium carbonate         1.0        1.00
Flint                    21.0       21.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Macaloid                  2.0        2.00
Titanium dioxide          2.0        2.00

Comments:

TESTED SAFE from Ba release. Au Sp. '92 ****Glossy w/ depth. 1% CuCO3
= seafoam; 5% CuCO3 = aqua w/ rust where thin. 8% Fe2O3 = brandy
thin, sea green thick. Definitely RUNNY. 'What makes this glaze so
active is soda ash, GB, Li; the only non-flux is flint. And low
Alumina - there's nothing stabilizing the glaze. Almost a C/04 glaze
- ref. to limit formulas'- VC. Preferred Ba to Sr version w/ all
colorants. Good in SODA. VC ed


Glaze name: V.C. Kyllikki Matt Revised

Glaze type: Ca Ba AlMatt
Cone: 10?
Firing: Ox or Red
Surface texture: matte
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

K-200 Spar               50.0       50.00
Barium carbonate         30.0       30.00
Kaolin                   10.0       10.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

1% cobalt=strong blue. 2% iron = yellowish green; 0.5% chrome oxide
=yellow green; 3% copper = speckled; 2% iron+4% rutile=orangish
brown. Glaze Type: Ca Ba AlMatt. Opacity: . Firing type: Ox or Red
From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: V.C. L.P. Matt

Glaze type: Na Ba Mg AlMatt
Cone: 9
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin Matt
Color: Grey-blue to black
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 Spar            30.0       30.00
Dolomite                 20.0       20.00
Calcined kaolin          10.0       10.00
Barium carbonate         15.0       15.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00
Granular Manganese        0.5        0.50

Comments:

Thin = dk. brown, almost black; med. = greenish/bluish; thick =
orchid, lavendar Glaze Type: Na Ba Mg AlMatt. Opacity: Opaque. Firing
type: Reduction From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: V.C. Matt R

Glaze type: Ca Mg AlMatt
Cone: 9
Firing: Ox or Red
Surface texture: Stoney Matt
Color: Tan to Rust
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          28.3       28.26
Dolomite                 28.3       28.26
EPK                      26.1       26.09
Whiting                   8.7        8.70
Flint                     8.7        8.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Also add:

Tin oxide                 8.7        8.70

Comments:

Glaze Type: Ca Mg AlMatt. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Ox or Red
From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: V.C. Polished Marble

Glaze type: Ca Ba AlMatt
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox or Red
Surface texture: Satin Matt
Color: Off-white
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  30.0       30.00
Whiting                  30.0       30.00
Barium carbonate         30.0       30.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    4.0        4.00

Comments:

With 4% Rutile gives dusty rose, thick is dark purple lavender. Webs
and streaks like wood ash glaze. Glaze Type: Ca Ba AlMatt. Opacity:
Transparent. Firing type: Ox or Red From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: V.C. Red Yellow Matt Pale

Glaze type: Ca Ba AlMatt
Cone: 9
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matte
Color: Rust to olive
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              49.0       49.02
Whiting                  19.6       19.61
Barium carbonate         15.7       15.69
EPK                      13.7       13.73
Bone ash                  2.0        1.96
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Also add:

Yellow Ochre              4.9        4.90
Rutile                    2.9        2.94

Comments:

Color is rust brown to yellow tan to olive moss green. This is VC Red
Yellow Matt revised. High calicum and high to medium barium makes the
usual barium colors more pale and less intense. Glaze Type: Ca Ba
AlMatt. Opacity: Opaque . Firing type: Reduction From Val Cushing. VC
ed


Glaze name: V.C. Red Yellow Matt Revised

Glaze type: Ca Ba AlMatt
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Rust to Yellow
Source: Val Cushing VC ed. via GlazeBase
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          50.0       50.00
Barium carbonate         15.0       15.00
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Yellow ochre              5.0        5.00
Rutile                    2.0        2.00

Comments:

Soft rust brown breaks to soft straw yellow. Green where thick. Good
over texture.


Glaze name: V.C. Rich Matt Blue

Glaze type: Ca Mg AlMatt
Cone: 9 ONLY
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin
Color: Blue to black Semi-Opaque
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              36.0       36.00
Gerstley borate           4.0        4.00
Dolomite                 18.0       18.00
Whiting                   4.0        4.00
EPK                      22.0       22.00
Flint                    16.0       16.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00
Chrome Oxide              0.3        0.25
Manganese dioxide         0.5        0.50

Comments:

Thin=dk. greyblue; med=deep rich blue; thick=brighter blue,not as
good. At Cone 9.5 goes glossy and raw-ugly blue. See RMB Rev. for
c/10. Glaze Type: Ca Mg AlMatt. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type:
Reduction From Val Cushing. VC ed.


Glaze name: V.C. Rich Matt Blue Rev. KG

Glaze type: Ca Mg AlMatt
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matte Satin
Color: Blue Semi-Opaque
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          39.0       39.00
Gerstley borate           2.0        2.00
Dolomite                 21.0       21.00
Whiting                   2.0        2.00
EPK                      25.0       25.00
Flint                    11.0       11.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00
Chrome Oxide              0.3        0.25
Manganese dioxide         0.5        0.50

Comments:

Original glaze is temperature finicky & goes glossy at C/10. Rev.
stays matt. Thin=grey blue; med=deep rich blue; thick=brighter blue.
Glaze Type CaMgAl Matt. Opacity:opaque. Firing type: redtn. From Val
Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: V.C. Rivulet

Glaze type: Fake ash
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Glossy and Matt
Color: Yellow green
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ball clay                30.0       30.00
Whiting                  30.0       30.00
Barium carbonate         15.0       15.00
Dolomite                 15.0       15.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            4.0        4.00

Comments:

Do not apply right to the foot. It will run. This is a high calcium,
fake ash glaze. Thin=rustybrown;med.=yellow green;thick=moss green
pools Glaze Type: Ca FakeAsh . Opacity: Semi-opq. Firing type: Redtn.
From Val Cushing.VC ed


Glaze name: V.C. TB 2

Glaze type: Ca B MidRoad
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Bright Glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: clear
Testing: Untested
Source: Val Cushing VC ed. via GlazeBase
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

K-200 Feldspar           46.0       46.00
Gerstley borate          12.0       12.00
Dolomite                  8.0        8.00
Zinc oxide                2.0        2.00
Whiting                   2.0        2.00
EPK                       2.0        2.00
Flint                    28.0       28.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Good for a run of mottled and textured colors.
Variations --
For glossy opaque white add 12% Zircopax.


Glaze name: V.C. TB 3

Glaze type: Ca 4-3-2-1
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Bright Glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: clear
Testing: Untested
Source: Val Cushing VC ed. via GlazeBase
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

K-200 Feldspar           40.0       40.00
Whiting                  18.0       18.00
Flint                    28.0       28.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Zinc oxide                2.0        2.00
Wollastonite              2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Variations --
12% Zircopax will make a strong glossy opaque white
2% iron = celadon.


Glaze name: V.C. TMC

Glaze type: Ba MidRoad SlipGlaze
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox or Red
Surface texture: Satin Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Albany slip              30.0       30.00
Cornwall Stone           30.0       30.00
Barium carbonate         30.0       30.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            4.0        4.00

Comments:

Almost transparent matt w/ no colorants.This VC glaze given to Sarah
Coote became Coote Celadon. She revised using Kona F-4 for Albany,
etc. Glaze Type: Ba MidRoad SlipGlaze. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type:
Ox or Red From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: V.C. Transparent Base 3

Glaze type: Ca 4-3-2-1
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Bright Glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: clear
Testing: Untested
Source: Val Cushing VC ed. via GlazeBase
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

K-200 feldspar           40.0       40.00
Whiting                  18.0       18.00
Flint                    28.0       28.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Zinc oxide                2.0        2.00
Wollastonite              2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Variations --
12% Zircopax will make a strong glossy opaque white
2% iron = celadon.


Glaze name: Vert antique

Glaze type: Stoneware
Cone: 8-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Vert antique. Medium green
Visual texture: Speckled lightly because of the presence of Rutile
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 03/02/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              56.8       56.80
Dolomite                 13.6       13.60
Whiting                  10.6       10.60
Zinc oxide                3.0        3.00
EPK                      16.0       16.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    2.0        2.00
Copper carbonate          2.0        2.00
Cobalt carbonate          3.0        3.00

Comments:

Very interesting "antique" green with speckles darker on dark
burning clays and lighter on light burning clays (Vérité de Monsieur
de la Palice). Hum!

*How long have you been using this glaze?
 3years

*Where is it used?
 Studio

*Where did this recipe come from?
 From our own experimentation using the base recipe of our glaze
named Mag as a starting point.

*What do you like most about this glaze?
 The  color is very appealing and conservative-like. The surface is
semi-gloss with a few speckles and nice to the touch; a very smooth
surface.

*Is this glaze reliable?
 Yes

*Does this glaze tend to craze/crawl/pinhole/etc.?
 No surface flaws.

*How do different firing temperatures/atmospheres affect the glaze?
 Not tested.

*How does the glaze behave on different clay bodies?
 Well.

*What consistency should the glaze be for pouring/dipping?
 Medium

*How thickly should the glaze be applied to the pot?
 Medium

*How does this glaze interact with other glazes?
 Not tested

*What is your kiln type and size?
 Downdraft, propane and atmospheric,60 cubic feet.

*How do you typically fire?
 Oxidation until clay reduction at cone 08, then a light reduction
increasing with time until the final and total reduction of 20
minutes followed by a 20 minute period of reoxidation

*Do you experience problems with the raw glaze?
 No

*What is your water pH?
 7.2

*Any other comments?
 I really like that glaze.

*GlazeBase recipe*
 Submitted by: Edouard Bastarache ([email protected])
 Ice Cream Flavor: Maple polkadot vanilla

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Glaze name: Vickie's Barnard

Cone: 6 - 9
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: glassy
Color: chocolate brown
Testing: Untested
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barnard clay             72.2       72.22
Custer feldspar          16.7       16.67
Whiting                  11.1       11.11
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

kiln type: electric Cone 9 and 6, clay: Plainsman M460 and H430,
electric fire, applied to bisque. ALberta slip: At cone 9 Alberta by
itself it makes a rich chocolate brown. It's too refractory to work
at cone 6 by itself, I was told, so I didn't test it.I added 30%
Gerstley borate which was the wrong thing to do, as Alberta is very
glassy to begin with, but I had intended to test at cone 6 as well so
I tested for both 6 and 9. I didn't really like the result at cone 6
with the gerstley, as it was a frosty transparent olive green (at
cone 9 it was a RUNNY transparent olive green. Adding Manganese or
cobalt to the Alberta slip would probably give a really nice black.
What I left out in making this one was Gerstley 10 (Rob uses
Colemanite), but what I ended up with was a stony black with very
tiny brown specks. Tends to crawl if too thick. Rob's recipe was
great too, and that one SHOULD be thick, he says. His recipe also
works on greenware, he said, but I haven't tried it yet. submitted
by: Vickie Sproule e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Volcanic Ash glaze

Cone: 8-10
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Fireclay                 31.3       31.30
Custer spar              25.9       25.90
Dolomite                 19.0       19.00
Volcanic ash             10.3       10.30
Gerstley borate           5.5        5.50
Flint                     4.9        4.90
Bone ash                  3.1        3.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Opax                      3.4        3.40
Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Volcanic Ash glaze recalc

Cone: 8-10
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

EPK                      27.2       27.20
Custer feldspar          24.4       24.40
Dolomite                 19.7       19.70
Whiting                   1.4        1.40
Flint                    14.3       14.30
Frit 3134                12.3       12.30
Rutile                    0.7        0.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Opax                      3.5        3.50
Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Wadding- Shane's wood-firing

Date: 08/10/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Alumina hydrate          13.5        5.00
Fire clay                43.2       16.00
sand                     43.2       16.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       37.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Wash Blue Overglaze Cardew

Glaze type: Wash over glaze
Cone: 6-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Blue
Date: 10/16/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Talc theoretical         22.2       10.00
Redart                   33.3       15.00
Kaolin                   44.4       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       45.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate         44.4       20.00
Tin oxide                44.4       20.00
Manganese dioxide        22.2       10.00
Red iron oxide           11.1        5.00

Comments:

From ClayArt from Michael Cardew's "Pioneer Pottery". This is not a glaze. It is a
pigment for painting over a glaze. It would be dry and unmelted if used as a
glaze. I use it at cone 10, but I imagine it would be good to use at cone 6, and
probably even a few cones lower. The glaze it is painted over, of course,
determines how it turns out to a great degree. David Hendley [email protected]
http://www.farmpots.com


Glaze name: Wash Khaki-Rust/Brown Van Gilder

Glaze type: Wash over glaze
Cone: 6-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Opaque
Color: rust
Date: 12/19/2008

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Yellow ochre             33.3        1.00
Rutile                   33.3        1.00
Red iron oxide           33.3        1.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0        3.00

Comments:

From Clay Times May/Jn 08. Bill Van Gilder. Parts by teaspoons, add 1/2 cup sieved
glaze that you're working on. Stir. Thin w/water and brush on.


Glaze name: Wash Rutile/Iron Mix

Glaze type: Wash over glaze
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Date: 10/16/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Iron oxide               50.0       50.00
Rutile                   25.0       25.00
Gerstley borate          25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Wash: Rutile/Iron Mix

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Date: 10/16/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Iron oxide               50.0       50.00
Rutile                   25.0       25.00
Gerstley borate          25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Waxy Matt Blue

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: satin matte
Color: brown to broken blue
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           39.0       39.00
Dolomite                  7.0        7.00
Gerstley borate          12.0       12.00
Talc                     15.0       15.00
EPK                       4.0        4.00
Flint                    23.0       23.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    4.0        4.00
Cobalt carbonate          0.5        0.50

Comments:

from Bonnie Terry. Satin glaze. solid brown where thin to medium.
Mottled breaking blues browns and gold. Well I finally got around to
typing this thing up...^9-10 Blues Thank you one and all for all the
donated recipes. I only tested 31 out of almost 100 I received. I'll
continue testing and reporting as the winter DRAGS on. All the glazes
were tested on #900 Miller clay which is a toasty ^10 stoneware. One
side of the test tile was brushed with a thick coating of Cynthia
Bringle's wet/dry white slip. Each glaze was dipped in three
thicknesses on a heavily textured tile. All tiles were fired to a
(hard)^9 (10 tipping)reduction firing. 1 hr. Body reduction at ^08
and 1 hr. glaze reduction at ^9 then a quick reox. before shutdown.
Any time potash or Custer spar is called for, I used G-200. All ball
clay is OM-4 . Many glazes I substituted 75% of the amount of Barium
with Strontium. All kaolin is EPK. Remember... glazes don't travel
well. Your results will probably be TOTALLY different. Please test
before use. Tracy Wilson Saltbox Pottery 4 Shaw Rd. Woolwich, ME
04579 phone: 207-443-5586 fax: 207-442-8922 email: [email protected]
web: http://www.ime.net/~dwilson/


Glaze name: White / Lavender Waxy

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 10
Surface texture: Waxy
Color: white base
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          38.3       38.32
Gerstley borate          15.9       15.89
Dolomite                  6.5        6.54
Talc                     15.9       15.89
Ball clay                 4.7        4.67
Flint                    18.7       18.69
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.4        1.40
Zircopax                  4.7        4.67

Comments:

(May use G-200 instead of Custer.)

--- for lavender add 1 cobalt oxide --- to breakup surface a bit add
2 Lithium carbonate -- Bulletproof. Smooth semimatt. White is good
over colored slips. Lavender is great, ranges from pinkish to almost
blue, popular. All temps and thicknesses. Good in reduction. I use
Dave's porcelain from Laguna. Dean McRaine  on the
north shore of Kauai


Glaze name: White 3-D

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red. or soda
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: white
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                 24.0       24.00
Nepheline syenite        71.0       71.00
Ball clay                 5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 3.0        3.00
Tin oxide                 9.5        9.50

Comments:

Firing: reduction or oxidation. A versatile glaze, changes like a chameleon over
different bodies, and works well with colorants. submitted by: Bill Buckner
e-mail: [email protected]

Matt Long says pink to grey in soda.


Glaze name: White AV

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 04/09/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                    54.7       54.60
Whiting                  18.2       18.20
EPK                      14.6       14.60
Custer feldspar           6.3        6.30
Spodumene                 4.2        4.20
Magnesium carbonate       1.9        1.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.80

Also add:

Zircopax                 12.0       12.00

Comments:


Glaze name: White Bruno's

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: reduction
Color: white
Testing: Untested
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          32.1       32.10
Silica                   21.4       21.40
EPK                      10.7       10.70
Gerstley borate          17.9       17.90
Whiting                   8.9        8.90
Dolomite                  8.9        8.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Zircopax                  8.9        8.90

Comments:


Glaze name: White Chancey's AV revised

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 10/30/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   49.7       49.70
Whiting                  15.9       15.90
Magnesium carbonate       2.0        2.00
EPK                       9.1        9.10
Custer feldspar          19.1       19.10
Spodumene                 4.3        4.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Comments:

Kevin Chancey's white. Original was high in Ca low in KNaO. Revised for better melt.


Glaze name: White Charlie

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White w/ orange speckling
Visual texture: Speckled
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                 27.0       27.00
Spodumene                20.0       20.00
Potash feldspar          27.0       27.00
EPK                      16.0       16.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 5.0        5.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

These
are in use at Hui No'Eau in Makawao, Maui. Sam Tomich


Glaze name: White Charlie D

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Flow: Slight
Flaws: Crazes
Date: 03/24/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        20.0       20.00
F-4 spar                 20.0       20.00
Dolomite                 15.0       15.00
Talc                     15.0       15.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
Silica                   20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax Plus             9.0        9.00

Comments:

Clay Times p. 19 Mar/Apr 2005. Lush, velvety. Good liner in soda/salt.


Glaze name: White Cornwall

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 01/19/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           73.0       73.00
Whiting                   9.5        9.50
Talc                      5.5        5.50
EPK                      10.5       10.50
Bone ash                  1.5        1.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Clay Times Nov/Dec. 05 p. 56.


Glaze name: White Cornwall

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 01/19/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           73.0       73.00
Whiting                   9.5        9.50
Talc                      5.5        5.50
EPK                      10.5       10.50
Bone ash                  1.5        1.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Clay Times Nov/Dec. 05 p. 56.


Glaze name: White Curamilla

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 10
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 11/26/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          40.0       40.00
Nepheline syenite        20.0       20.00
Dolomite                 30.0       30.00
Kaolin                    5.0        5.00
Silica                    5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 3.0        3.00

Comments:

Wood, runs.


Glaze name: White Eustis

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 9
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: White
Source: Central Clay--www.cclay.com
Date: 05/14/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

g22                      35.0       35.00
EPK                      25.0       25.00
Dolomite                 20.0       20.00
Whiting                   5.0        5.00
Flint                    15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: White Fat

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red. or soda
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: Slight
Durability: Medium
Testing: Tested
Date: 04/11/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           38.3       36.00
Ball clay                28.7       27.00
Whiting                  27.7       26.00
Flint                     5.3        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       94.00

Also add:

Zircopax                  6.4        6.00

Comments:

Satin matte in reduction, glossy in soda. From Matt Long.
Variations --
lime green  + .5% chrome oxide


Glaze name: White Gloss Arrayan Curamilla

Cone: 10
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 11/26/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 40.0       40.00
Silica                   30.0       30.00
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
Kaolin                   10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 10.0       10.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:


Glaze name: White Gloss Arrayan Curaumilla

Cone: 10
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 11/26/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 40.0       40.00
Silica                   30.0       30.00
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
Kaolin                   10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 10.0       10.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:


Glaze name: White Hanlin's Gloss

Cone: 10
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 8/8/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          31.7       31.73
Barium carbonate         15.4       15.38
Whiting                  12.5       12.50
Kaolin                   11.5       11.54
Flint                    24.0       24.04
Zinc oxide                4.8        4.81
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Ultrox                    7.7        7.69

Comments:

I've tried other opacifiers, all seem to be the same chemically but
I've always liked what Ultrox did on this glaze. (There's that
ingredient again, I haven't tried the .75 Strontium Carb actor but
don't think it would make much difference, if you try it I'd like to
know the results) The following glaze meets all your specs except the
one about crazing. It's a good glaze that I formulated in my Ceramics
I class at University of Central Oklahoma way back there. It is very
dependable, doesn't run, you can use a brush over it or under it
(with a bit of understandable muting), colors stay in place, it's
glossy, I use it in reduction but in oxidation it loses a bit of
character due to the really white look, You can use it as a base for
wax resist with glazes or oxides over. It's the only glaze I've used
continually for the past 30 years and on many different bodies. I
like it and like what it does. If you try it I hope that you like it
too! Enjoy>>>>>>>>>>> PS...Take Rhodes 32, color it with 1% cobalt
oxide and 4% red iron, apply it over this glaze and get a really neat
semi-mat blue. The white sort of bubbles through the blue and it's
pretty. I guess by now you maybe think I like it....OK I DO these are
Bob Hanlin [email protected] Oklahoma City, OK


Glaze name: White Hippie

Glaze type: Aluminum matt
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 01/23/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          48.3       48.30
EPK                      25.6       25.60
Dolomite                 22.7       22.70
Whiting                   3.5        3.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Comments:

High alumina matt. Essentially Rhodes #32 from "Clay and Glazes". Can pick up
pinkness during firing. Very flat, soft matte white. Nice on porcelain. From
HyperGlaze.


Glaze name: White Ian Anderson's Dynamite

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Flow: Slight
Date: 03/24/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                 7.5        7.50
Spodumene                22.0       22.00
F-4 spar                 11.0       11.00
Wollastonite              8.5        8.50
Talc                     21.0       21.00
EPK                       9.0        9.00
Silica                   21.0       21.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Clay Times p.19 Mar/Apr 2005. Pete Pinnell's column. At cone 9 glaze is satin
matt, begins to variegate at cone 10, breaking between gloss and matte. Above cone
10, moves a bit where thick and get small snow crystals in gloss.


Glaze name: White Leach

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Source: Central Clay--www.cclay.com
Date: 05/14/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           40.0       40.00
Flint                    30.0       30.00
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Superpax                  8.0        8.00
Tin oxide                 2.0        2.00

Comments:


Glaze name: White Majorly Cool

Cone: 10
Firing: Salt - Soda
Date: 01/07/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          52.3       53.50
EPK                      21.0       21.50
Dolomite                 20.1       20.50
Whiting                   4.4        4.50
Magnesium carbonate       2.2        2.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      102.20

Also add:

Zircopax                  8.3        8.50

Comments:

from Sam Chung.


Glaze name: White Mamo Matt

Glaze type: Ca Mg AlMatt
Cone: 9
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: matte
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White Semi-Opaque
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          25.0       25.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        25.0       25.00
Dolomite                 20.0       20.00
Whiting                   5.0        5.00
Calcined kaolin          15.0       15.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Rich dark purple= 0.5% Cobalt. Try Ilmenite 2% &Rutile 2%. Base is
lovely with body coming through. Over dark clay is beautiful. This
appears to be the original Mamo White Matt Glaze. Glaze Type: Ca Mg
AlMatt. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Reduction From Val Cushing. VC
ed


Glaze name: white Matt

Cone: 9
Surface texture: matt
Color: white
Date: 4/7/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 41.2       41.18
Flint                    29.4       29.41
Calcium carbonate        12.9       12.94
Kaolin                   16.5       16.47
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Manganese carbonate      17.7       17.65

Comments:

This is one of Nuburo's Hope this gets you into some more testing.
...Peggy PEGGY HEER email: [email protected] 9702 76
AVENUE phone: 433-0290 EDMONTON, AB. CANADA T6E 1K3


Glaze name: White Opaque Glossy

Glaze type: Ca 4-3-2-1
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Glossy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: white
Source: Val Cushing VC ed. via GlazeBase
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          40.0       40.00
Flint                    30.0       30.00
Whiting                  20.0       20.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 12.0       12.00

Comments:

A good liner. Almost identical to Leach White Opaque, St. John's
White, etc.


Glaze name: White Pete's Charlie Ian Anderson

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Clear
Date: 03/24/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                 7.0        7.00
Spodumene                15.0       15.00
Nepheline syenite        10.0       10.00
Bone ash                 11.0       11.00
Talc                     20.0       20.00
EPK                      13.0       13.00
Silica                   24.0       24.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Pete Pinnell, Clay Times Mar/Apr 2005 p. 21. The phosphorus contributes a
number of qualifies to the glaze. It is a glass-former (like the silica), but the
phosphorus and silica don't like to mix together (sort of like oil and water).
This means that in the firing, the phosphorus tends to separate out and form a
cloudy, slightly opalescent milkiness that I find very interesting. It also has a
strong tendency to re-oxidize colorants in a glaze, which can result in unusual,
vivid colors that have the richness of reduction firing, combined with the
intensity of oxidation colors. A side effect of the phosphorus is that the glaze
now resists going matte. It will if pushed—that is, if the cooling is slow enough,
or if the piece is refired in a bisque kiln to allow enough time for the matting
crystals to grow. Otherwise, it is a glossy glaze. The next step (after coming up
with the base glaze) was to try out all the common glaze colorants and see what
they did in this glaze. The results are fascinating, and many are beautiful. I'm
currently in the process of developing more complex colors involving multiple
oxides, and I'll pass those along in a future column.

If you've ever mixed a tomato red glaze, you'll notice that it always includes a
source of magnesium (such as talc or dolomite) and either natural or synthetic
bone ash (a source of phosphorus). Together with iron and the other components,
these create iron crystals, and push them into an oxidized state. As I suspected
it would, Pete's CIA produces a bright tomato red with 7 or 8% red iron oxide. As
the amount of iron increases to 10 or 11%, the glaze becomes quite crystalline,
but just a bit more brown. The red can be made brighter by refiring it (after the
glaze firing) in a bisque firing, or in any low-fire oxidation firing.2 Manganese
dioxide makes a beautiful yellow (really!) in small percentages, becoming a creamy
red-amber at higher percentages. Copper carbonate, which normally wants to turn a
pink or red color in reduction, instead produces light blue-green to emerald
green. It works from 1 to 9%. Titanium dioxide or ruffle produce very nice
breaking and mottling, working best at 4 and 5%. The effect shows up best on
stoneware, but also works well on porcelain with the addition of a small amount of
another oxide (iron or copper, for instance) in addition to the titania. Tin oxide
produces white at smaller percent-ages, which begins to break rust on edges (even
on porcelain) as it nears 10%, with very pronounced cream and orange colors pro-
duced on stoneware at 10% and 12%. Like the iron colors I mentioned above, it will
become more orange when refired in a bisque or other low-fire oxidation firing.
Frankly, I thought the results from cobalt and chrome were very boring, but that
might be my taste in colors. Cobalt produced pasty, pastel blues. Chrome was nice
in very tiny amounts—0.3% made a nice, very light blue-green, but larger amounts
produced dull greenish browns. Please keep in mind that this is a new glaze, and I
don't have extensive experience with it. I've used it (in several color
variations) in a half dozen or so firings, and it is very promising, but I have
yet to work out all the bugs of application and firing.


Glaze name: White Phil's

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 10/18/2010

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        51.0       51.00
Dolomite                 15.6       15.60
Magnesium carbonate       5.7        5.70
EPK                      17.1       17.10
Silica                   10.6       10.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 10.0       10.00

Comments:

UF shop glaze. Forms eutectics frequently and if so is runny or crawls. Crystalle
matt surface. NOT good for laser decal re-firing: moves, bubbles at lower temps.l


Glaze name: White PV

Cone: 8 - 10
Surface texture: shiny glossy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Plastic vitrox           50.0       50.00
Colemanite               50.0       50.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 15.0       15.00

Comments:

a friend of mine used only this glaze in a lamp factory for years and
fired to cone 10. bob chance 


Glaze name: White Satin Matt Orielly

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Satin
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Source: Val Cushing VC ed. via GlazeBase
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          56.0       56.00
Barium carbonate          2.0        2.00
Dolomite                  8.0        8.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
EPK                       6.0        6.00
Zinc oxide                4.0        4.00
Petalite                  3.0        3.00
Flint                    11.0       11.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                  6.0        6.00

Comments:

This glaze comes from Kansas City. Orielly, there with Barry
Bartlett, Arnie Zimmerman, is now a studio potter. TD


Glaze name: White Satin Matte Margaret's

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 9
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: White
Date: 10/17/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          43.0       43.00
Gerstley borate          12.0       12.00
Dolomite                  7.0        7.00
Talc                     14.0       14.00
Kaolin                    5.0        5.00
Flint                    19.0       19.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Margaret Bohls. Smooth consistent white satin matte. Best over white clay.
Greyer over darker stoneware. Shows drips and overlaps. Must be dipped.


Glaze name: White Satin Matte Margaret's Glaze calc prob

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 9
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: White
Date: 07/29/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        20.9       20.30
Talc                     19.6       19.10
Wollastonite              2.7        2.60
Kaolin - theoretical     12.5       12.20
Silica                   23.5       22.90
Frit 3134                20.8       20.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       97.30

Comments:

From Margaret Bohls. Fired to cone 9 electric. Smooth consistent satin matt white.
Best over white clay. Greyer over darker stoneware. Shows drips and overlaps. Must
be dipped.


Glaze name: White Semi-Matt

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: semi-matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: white
Date: 4/7/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           84.2       84.20
Whiting                  15.8       15.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 5.3        5.30

Comments:

originally called for Cornish stone. A very hard glaze on Porcelain
so should do well on stoneware Strong oxide response..especially
cobalt. PEGGY HEER email: [email protected] 9702 76 AVENUE
phone: 433-0290 EDMONTON, AB. CANADA T6E 1K3


Glaze name: White Shiny

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: White
Date: 11/29/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        56.0       56.00
Flint                    21.0       21.00
Whiting                  15.0       15.00
Kentucky OM #4            8.0        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 1.1        1.10
Bentonite                 2.2        2.20
Zircopax                  8.8        8.79

Comments:

From Peter Beasecker.


Glaze name: White Sperry

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 04/11/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          71.4       71.40
Kentucky OM #4           14.3       14.30
Talc theoretical          9.5        9.50
Colemanite                4.8        4.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Apply thickly. From Richard Burkett


Glaze name: White Sycamore

Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: white
Date: 8/8/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                  18.2       18.20
Custer feldspar          50.1       50.20
EPK                      12.6       12.60
Flint                    19.1       19.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Zircopax                 25.5       25.50

Comments:

This is the Sycamore White glaze from Cermanic's Monthly several
years ago.  Roger roger s coates 


Glaze name: White Temple

Cone: 10
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: white
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          34.3       34.31
Dolomite                 19.3       19.31
Whiting                   2.6        2.55
EPK                      22.3       22.25
Flint                    19.6       19.61
Bentonite                 2.0        1.96
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Comments:

Try Temple white, the work horse of all glazes. It doesn't mark at all.
It fires semi matt to semi gloss, cone 10 soft to down Marking is
something customers shouldn't have to deal with, especially at
stoneware temps. And this glaze DOESN'T craze on my clay body:t-3
from Sheffield. I have pie plates I've used for over 10 years without
one craze. Good luck!
~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ Jennifer in Vermont
Thistle Hill Pottery Montpelier, VT [email protected]
~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~


Glaze name: White Temple Bacia's

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: white
Visual texture: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          35.0       35.00
Dolomite                 19.7       19.70
Whiting                   2.7        2.70
EPK                      22.7       22.70
Flint                    20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Superpax                  6.0        6.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

The work horse of all glazes. It doesn't mark at all.
It fires semi matt to semi gloss, cone 10 soft to down.


Glaze name: White V.C. Matt

Glaze type: Ca Mg AlMatt
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Ox or Red
Surface texture: Satin Matte
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 spar            25.0       25.00
Custer spar              20.0       20.00
Whiting                   9.0        9.00
Dolomite                 10.0       10.00
Talc theoretical          6.0        6.00
EPK                       4.0        4.00
Calcined kaolin          14.0       14.00
Flint                    12.0       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Zircopax                  8.0        8.00

Comments:

Smooth, silky, sensuous very velvety satin matt. High alumina,
moderate MgO.  Glaze
Type: Ca Mg AlMatt. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Ox or Red From Val
Cushing. VC ed
Variations --
For Blue use 1.5% Cobalt Carb and 0 .5% Chrome. ??? Mg + Co= purple. I doubt this
makes blue.


Glaze name: White Waxy

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 6 - 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 4/21/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kingman feldspar         41.0       41.00
Silica                   20.0       20.00
Talc                     15.0       15.00
Gerstley borate          12.0       12.00
Dolomite                  7.0        7.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

a nice, fat , matte very-white. Due to the magnesium the talc, this
glaze has that peculiar property of turning cobalt purple. Can use
Custer instead of Kingman and use 15 gr ( instead of 12 gr) of
Gerstley Borate for cone 6 glaze.


Glaze name: White Waxy Matt

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: white
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          46.6       46.59
Gerstley borate          15.9       15.91
Dolomite                  8.0        7.95
Kaolin                    5.7        5.68
Flint                    23.9       23.86
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Also add:

Ultrox                    6.8        6.82

Comments:

For turquoise add: 1% cobalt carbonate & 1% Chromium Oxide Yields a
nice matt turquoise. We typically fire our cone 10's in reduction
because we don't have an electric kiln that fires that high. Still,
these recipies ought to work in oxidation - at least worth a try: Liz
Dodge Berkeley., CA [email protected]


Glaze name: White Yanigara

Cone: 10 - 11
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           39.7       39.70
Talc                     12.9       12.90
Whiting                  16.8       16.80
Silica                   27.7       27.70
EPK                       3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Originally KINGMAN feldspar 8000 GMS = 17.78 LBS WHITE SEMI MATT GOOD
FOR ON GLAZE DECO TOTALLY OPAQUE, June: I got this Rx from CM some
years ago. It was touted to be a good glaxe to paint on. I found it
to be a perfect buttery matt stable glaze to cone 10+. That oribe
over it is dynamite. Thin it is pink!!, thicker it is green. I shoot
it off a brush through a screen for a fine speckle and the remove the
screen ( read strainer ) and throw it on\at the pot with a brush. It
is effective for a casual design and fun. I found it best on a white
body and that westwood granite is terrific. Have a ball. If SMr.
Yanigara is lurking out ther, take a bow. Donald Goldosbel in the
paradise of spring in the desert of the San Fernanado Valley.
[email protected]


Glaze name: Wild Rose

Cone: 6-9
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Brown
Date: 10/30/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Bone ash                 10.0       10.00
Lithium carbonate        10.0       10.00
Nepheline syenite        62.0       62.00
Grolleg                  18.0       18.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           10.0       10.00

Comments:

From Margaret Bohls. CM 11-2014. Tenmoku-like brown-black, but super shiny and
sometimes gold metallic.


Glaze name: Woo Base

Glaze type: Ba Ca Mg
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Stoney Matt
Color: Yellow Opaque
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 Spar            34.0       34.00
Barium carbonate         25.0       25.00
Dolomite                 12.0       12.00
EPK                       7.0        7.00
Flint                     7.0        7.00
Zircopax                 15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Originally from Clarence Merritt to Gene Lewis - was named Lewis
Yellow. From Val Cushing. Yellow: Straw Naples yellowish w/ specking. VC ed
AU Sp. '92 - tested w/ strontium replacing barium both 1:1 and 0.75:1
-- unsatisfactory, not yellow but beige
Variations --
Woo Yellow = + Red iron oxide	      3
Woo Blue (periwinkle) = + CoCO3 1 + rutile 4
Woo White (warm white) = + 4 rutile
Woo Purple (maroon speckled) = + Manganese 4


Glaze name: Yellow Ferg

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Yellow
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          46.3       46.30
Dolomite                 15.0       15.00
Whiting                   9.2        9.20
Bone ash                  7.4        7.40
Kaolin                   22.2       22.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Zircopax                  7.4        7.40
Red iron oxide            1.1        1.10
Rutile                    1.1        1.10

Comments:

submitted by: Ruth Ballou e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Yellow GWashington Lewis

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: matte
Transparency: Opaque
Color: yellow
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

F-4 feldspar             43.4       43.40
Strontium carbonate      18.4       18.40
Dolomite                 11.6       11.60
Talc theoretical (milled white)    1.2        1.20
Kentucky OM #4           11.2       11.20
Silica                   14.2       14.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            2.8        2.80

Comments:

louis katz 


Glaze name: Yellow Korman

Glaze type: Ba Ca
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Yellow
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 spar            40.0       40.00
Barium carbonate         30.0       30.00
EPK                       8.0        8.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
Dolomite                 12.0       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            6.0        6.00

Comments:

Thin-dry rusty type. Medium-yellowish colors. Thick-smooth warm brown
to yellow brown. Greenish overtones. Glaze Type: Ba Ca. Opacity:
Opaque. Firing type: Reduction From Val Cushing. VC ed


Glaze name: Yellow Lewis

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: yellow
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

F-4 feldspar             33.9       33.90
Strontium carbonate      18.4       18.40
Dolomite                 11.8       11.80
Ball clay                 7.0        7.00
Plastic vitrox           24.2       24.20
Silica                    4.8        4.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Red iron oxide            2.9        2.90

Comments:

Apply medium to thick.
barbara lewis  WellSpring
ClayWorks 5412 Well Spring Road La Plata, MD 20646 (301) 932-3915


Glaze name: Yellow Lewis RR rev

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: matte
Color: yellow
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

F-4 feldspar             34.0       34.00
Strontium carbonate      18.5       18.50
Dolomite                 12.0       12.00
Kentucky OM #4           13.0       13.00
G-200 spar                9.5        9.50
Silica                   13.0       13.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            3.0        3.00

Comments:

I have recalculated this glaze without the plastic vitrox - I used
G200 spar but you can use Custer and It would not make much
difference. This glazes is short of silica for a cone 10 glaze - by a
fair bit and it will probably craze on most bodies - It should not be
used with toxic materials because they will leach out when in contact
with certain foods - it may also discolour under certain conditions.
FORMULA & ANALYSIS ------------------ *CaO........ .23 4.95%
*MgO........ .19 2.82% *K2O........ .09 3.08% *Na2O....... .13 2.97%
*SrO........ .37 14.38% Fe2O3...... .06 3.57% TIO2....... .01 .17%
AL2O3...... .35 13.42% SiO2....... 2.41 54.63% RATIO 6.92 (original
ratio was 6.89) EXPAN 616.35 (original was 621.39) WEIGHT 264.71 Ron
Roy 93 Pegasus trail Scarborough Otario Canada M1G 3N8 Phone:
416-439-2621 Fax: 416-438-7849 Web page: Home page
http://digitalfire.com/education/people/ronroy.htm


Glaze name: Yellow Matt Flow

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 9-10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Yellow
Date: 04/05/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Cornwall Stone           52.5       53.00
Flint                    13.9       14.00
EPK                       7.9        8.00
Whiting                  25.7       26.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      101.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            3.0        3.00
Rutile                    9.9       10.00

Comments:

Rutile or Ti are needed to make this a matt.
Variations --
yellow olive + 2% Cu
maroon +2% iron chromate


Glaze name: Yellow Rachel's

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Yellow
Date: 02/22/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           53.2       53.20
Dolomite                 19.4       19.40
EPK                      22.9       22.90
Whiting                   4.5        4.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 3.5        3.50
Red iron oxide            1.3        1.30
Zircopax                 15.0       15.00

Comments:

From Susan Harris


Glaze name: Yellow Randy's Curaumilla

Cone: 10
Surface texture: Satin matt
Date: 11/26/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                 11.6       11.60
Strontium carbonate      20.7       20.70
Nepheline syenite        58.0       58.00
Kaolin                    9.7        9.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax Plus             8.9        8.90
Red iron oxide            2.7        2.70
Bentonite                 4.3        4.30

Comments:

Used for dry-glaze once-fire soda and wood at Curaumilla.


Glaze name: Yellow Salt Horie

Cone: 10
Firing: Salt - Soda
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Yellow
Testing: Tested
Date: 11/19/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        71.6       71.60
Dolomite                 23.6       23.60
Kentucky OM #4            4.8        4.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Superpax                 17.9       17.90
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Red iron oxide            1.1        1.10
Titanium oxide            1.1        1.10

Comments:

From Ayumi Horie.Soft, satin yellow.Thin this is waxy yellow breaking
orange-brown - very pretty. Thick it's glossy pale yellow, and to me not as nice
-often pinholes thick. Can be bumpy thick over other glazes. UF Shop glaze in
reduction.
Variations --
For white, omit RIO.
Improved yellow from Eric Lewis - add 1.1 TiO2 to the recipe and colorants.


Glaze name: Yellow School Bus

Cone: 10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Yellow
Date: 03/12/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

NC-4 feldspar            19.6       18.00
Custer feldspar          22.8       21.00
Dolomite                  6.5        6.00
Whiting                   9.8        9.00
Strontium carbonate      13.0       12.00
Ball clay                10.9       10.00
Flint                    17.4       16.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       92.00

Also add:

Zircopax                  8.7        8.00

Comments:

+ Cerdec yellow inclusion stain 10 and Cerdec orange inclusion stain 2. From Alumi
Horie.


Glaze name: Yellow Winokur

Cone: 10
Firing: reduction
Surface texture: Matt
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          53.2       53.20
Dolomite                 19.4       19.40
EPK                      22.9       22.90
Whiting                   4.5        4.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 16.0       16.00
Tin oxide                 3.5        3.50
Red iron oxide            1.3        1.30

Comments:

This one fires a toasty brown where thin and a fat yellow-white where
thicker. No spotting, but the tones are very similar to the Ken
Ferguson casserole in CM. A good 'un. submitted by: Richard Gralnik
e-mail: [email protected] source for original recipe: El
Camino College


Glaze name: Yellow Woo

Glaze type: Ba Ca Mg
Cone: 9 - 10
Firing: Reduction
Surface texture: Matte
Color: Yellow Opaque
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 spar            34.0       34.00
Barium carbonate         25.0       25.00
Dolomite                 12.0       12.00
EPK                       7.0        7.00
Flint                     7.0        7.00
Zircopax                 15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            3.0        3.00

Comments:

Originally from Clarence Merritt to Gene Lewis - was named Lewis
Yellow. From Val Cushing. Straw Naples yellowish w/ specking. VC ed
AU Sp. '92 - tested w/ strontium replacing varium both 1:1 and 0.75:1
-- unsatisfactory, not yellow but beige


Glaze name: Yellow Woo #2

Cone: 9 - 10
Surface texture: matte
Color: yellow
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          42.8       42.78
Barium carbonate         32.5       32.49
Dolomite                 15.3       15.32
EPK                       9.4        9.41
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 9.4        9.41
Red iron oxide            3.3        3.28

Comments:

use Red Iron Oxide 3-4% This version of the recipe dates back to the
early 1970's, possibly even the late 1960's. Cheers, Harvey Sadow
[email protected]


Glaze name: Yellow-green Speckle Alisha's

Cone: 9-10
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Chartreuse
Visual texture: Mottled
Testing: Tested
Date: 04/16/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          33.0       33.00
Talc theoretical         21.0       21.00
Flint                    16.0       16.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
Whiting                  12.0       12.00
Zinc oxide                3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          7.5        7.50
Copper oxide              1.0        1.00
Tin oxide                 1.0        1.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Zello

Glaze type: High-fire
Cone: 10
Firing: Salt - Soda
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Yellow
Date: 10/10/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        20.0       20.00
Lithium carbonate        10.0       10.00
Whiting                  17.1       17.10
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Frit P-25                42.9       42.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                  5.7        5.70

Comments:

From Mark Burleson's "Ceramic Glaze Handbook"


Glaze name: Zello Newgard

Cone: 10
Firing: Reduction
Date: 12/11/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit P-25                15.3       15.30
Nepheline syenite        71.4       71.40
Lithium carbonate         3.6        3.60
Whiting                   6.1        6.10
EPK                       3.6        3.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                  2.0        2.00
Bentonite                 5.1        5.10

Comments:

add 7.5% 6464 stain plus 2% Vee Gum
From Karen Newgard. Very different unity formula from Mark Burleson's Zello.