Glaze name: 06 Clear

Cone: 06
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy or shiny
Color: Transparent Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                55.0       55.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        20.0       20.00
Flint                    15.0       15.00
Bentonite                10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From a University of Georgia class handout on glaze & clay from Andy
Nasisse.


Glaze name: 3289 sub

Date: 02/05/2010

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit F-15 Fusion         47.3      188.90
Nepheline syenite        16.2       64.90
Barium carbonate         32.9      131.60
Kaolin - theoretical      3.4       13.60
Silica                    0.1        0.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      399.40

Comments:


Glaze name: Alkaline Blue Bruce's

Glaze type: Low fire (Alkaline)
Cone: 08 - 06
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Smooth, frosty
Transparency: Translucent
Color: deep blue green
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                    52.9       52.90
Lithium carbonate        31.8       31.80
Kaolin                    5.8        5.80
Gerstley borate           9.5        9.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          3.7        3.70
Bentonite                 2.1        2.10

Comments:

From a University of Georgia class handout on glaze & clay from Andy
Nasisse. Smooth frosty deep blue green.


Glaze name: Alkaline Blue Gill's

Glaze type: Low fire (Alkaline)
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate           5.8        5.80
EPK                       7.2        7.20
Frit 3110                76.9       76.90
Flint                    10.1       10.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          3.0        3.00
Cobalt carbonate          0.3        0.25

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Na Ca. Opacity: Transparent. Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Alkaline Copper Van Winkle G3020

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Flow: Slight
Flaws: Crazes
Date: 05/19/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                55.0       55.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
Frit 5301                15.0       15.00
Tennessee ball clay      10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Conrad's Contemporary Ceramic Formulas. No colorant indicated.
Turquoise w/copper.


Glaze name: Alkaline DeepTurquoise

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy or shiny
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Turquoise
Flow: Slight
Flaws: Crazes
Durability: Poor
Testing: Tested
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                18.1       18.10
Frit 3110                54.3       54.30
Gerstley borate           9.5        9.50
EPK                       8.6        8.60
Flint                     9.5        9.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          4.8        4.80
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Re-do of John Gill's alkaline turq. to eliminate after-firing
scumming. CRAZES. Moves a bit and pools, may run if very thick.
Pearly thin, deep watery turquoise thicker. Soft glaze.


Glaze name: Alkaline DeepTurquoise Recalc1

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy or shiny
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Turquoise
Flow: Slight
Flaws: Crazes
Durability: Poor
Testing: Tested
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                37.1       37.10
Frit 3293                42.8       42.80
Dolomite                  0.0        0.04
Whiting                   0.3        0.30
Kaolin - theoretical     13.3       13.30
Silica                    6.4        6.40
Bone ash                  0.1        0.05
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Also add:

Copper carbonate          4.5        4.50
Bentonite                 2.1        2.10

Comments:

Re-do of John Gill's alkaline turq. to eliminate after-firing
scumming. CRAZES. Moves a bit and pools, may run if very thick.
Pearly thin, deep watery turquoise thicker. Soft glaze.


Glaze name: Alkaline DeepTurquoise Recalc2

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy or shiny
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Turquoise
Flow: Slight
Flaws: Crazes
Durability: Poor
Testing: Tested
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                38.7       38.70
Frit 3110                 1.1        1.10
Dolomite                  1.7        1.70
Whiting                   6.5        6.50
Silica                   42.7       42.70
Nepheline syenite         9.3        9.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          4.5        4.50
Bentonite                 2.2        2.20

Comments:

Re-do of John Gill's alkaline turq. to eliminate after-firing
scumming. CRAZES. Moves a bit and pools, may run if very thick.
Pearly thin, deep watery turquoise thicker. Soft glaze.


Glaze name: Alkaline DeepTurquoise Recalc3

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy or shiny
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Turquoise
Flow: Slight
Flaws: Crazes
Durability: Poor
Testing: Tested
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 5301                58.1       58.00
Whiting                   9.7        9.70
Kaolin - theoretical      3.7        3.70
Silica                   28.5       28.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Copper carbonate          4.5        4.50
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Re-do of John Gill's alkaline turq. to eliminate after-firing
scumming. CRAZES. Moves a bit and pools, may run if very thick.
Pearly thin, deep watery turquoise thicker. Soft glaze.


Glaze name: Alkaline Gill's Base no GB

Glaze type: Low fire (Alkaline)
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Date: 12/17/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                49.3       48.80
Frit 3134                13.1       13.00
Silica                   11.7       11.60
Nepheline syenite        25.9       25.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

This glaze may scum after firing due to soluble salts. If so, replace
some of the 3110 frit with 3195. From Lynn Duryea Variations --
watery blue = 4% copper carb Green= 4-8% copper carb dk blue= 5%
copper carb + 3% cobalt carb purple= 4% manganese diox + .5 cobalt
carb burgundy= 4-5% manganese diox yellow= 6-8% vanadium stain
Amber=12% iron Yellow-Green= 3% copper carb + 3% Vanadium Stain


Glaze name: Alkaline High Ben no GB

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Clear
Date: 02/29/2008

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                34.6       34.57
Whiting                   1.7        1.66
Potash feldspar - theoretical   63.8       63.77
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Alkaline High Lisa Orr

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Clear
Date: 02/29/2008

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                73.0       73.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
Gerstley borate          12.0       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Alkaline Matte

Glaze type: Ca Na
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: matte
Color: Blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                50.0       50.00
China clay               10.0       10.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
Barium carbonate         15.0       15.00
Zinc oxide                5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          2.0        2.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Na . Opacity: . Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Alkaline Matte Nicholas

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Date: 05/18/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                44.9       44.90
Custer feldspar          22.2       22.20
Strontium carbonate       8.4        8.40
Kaolin                   14.3       14.30
Cornwall Stone           10.2       10.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

With Barium from Donna Nicholas in "Lowfire Ceramics" by Susan Wechsler


Glaze name: Alkaline Matte Opaque

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 04/11/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                56.0       56.00
Nepheline syenite         8.0        8.00
Barium carbonate         14.0       14.00
Lithium carbonate         6.0        6.00
Flint                     6.0        6.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From the Earthenware issue of Studio Potter, v.11 no. 2 Variations --
blue: 4% copper carb yellow: 8% vanadium stain burgundy: 1.5%
manganese dioxide


Glaze name: Alkaline Turquoise

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy or shiny
Color: Transparent Blue Green
Testing: Tested
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                18.1       18.10
Frit 3110                54.3       54.30
Gerstley borate           9.5        9.50
EPK                       8.6        8.60
Flint                     9.5        9.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          4.8        4.80
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Re-do of John Gill's alkaline turq. to eliminate after-firing
scumming. CRAZES. Moves a bit and pools. May run if very thick.
Pearly thin, deep watery turquoise thicker. Crazes. Soft glaze that
may scratch easily.


Glaze name: Alkaline Turquoise no GB

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy or shiny
Color: Transparent Blue Green
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                34.1       36.70
Custer feldspar          65.9       71.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      107.70

Also add:

Copper carbonate          4.5        4.80
Bentonite                 1.9        2.00

Comments:

Re-do of John Gill's alkaline turq. to eliminate after-firing
scumming. CRAZES. Moves a bit and pools. May run if very thick.
Pearly thin, deep watery turquoise thicker. Crazes. Soft glaze that
may scratch easily.


Glaze name: Amber Assault

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: Slight
Testing: Tested
Date: 4/6/07

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                59.6       60.00
Wollastonite              2.0        2.00
Strontium carbonate       3.0        3.00
Kaolin - theoretical     20.9       21.00
Flint                     0.6        0.60
Kona F-4 feldspar        13.9       14.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.60

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Linda Arbuckle: slick & smooth. Orig. has 10 Barium instead of Sr.Crazes on
Resolute Terracotta.
Variations --
Amber + 5-7% burnt umber
grass green transp + 4% copper carb


Glaze name: Amber Assault less Al2O3

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: Slight
Testing: Untested
Date: 4/6/07

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                62.4       62.50
Wollastonite              2.6        2.60
Strontium carbonate       3.1        3.10
Kaolin - theoretical     13.8       13.80
Silica                    8.3        8.30
Nepheline syenite         9.8        9.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Bentonite                 0.8        0.80

Comments:

From Linda Arbuckle: slick & smooth. Orig. has 10 Barium instead of Sr.Glaze is
high in Al2O3. test w/less for less surface tension.Actually increased bubbles
and pin-holing, but reduced crazing.
Variations --
Amber + 5-7% burnt umber
grass green transp + 4% copper carb


Glaze name: Amber Assault more KNaO

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: Slight
Testing: Tested
Date: 4/6/07

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                58.9       58.90
Strontium carbonate       2.9        2.90
Kaolin - theoretical      7.8        7.80
Potash feldspar - theoretical   25.8       25.80
Alumina hydrate           4.6        4.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 0.7        0.70

Comments:

From Linda Arbuckle: slick & smooth. Orig. has 10 Barium instead of Sr.
Variations --
Amber + 5-7% burnt umber
grass green transp + 4% copper carb


Glaze name: Amber Assault Variation 4 moderately less Al

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Visual texture: none
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: Slight
Testing: Tested
Date: 07/18/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                59.9       60.00
Custer feldspar          14.7       14.70
Wollastonite              2.5        2.50
Strontium carbonate       2.8        2.80
Kaolin - theoretical     18.2       18.20
Silica                    1.9        1.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Burnt umber               4.0        4.00

Comments:

Color is not a rich as other tests. ? 5% burnt umber is light honey color. Glaze
is stable, good surface. Large, minor crazes where thick. Does not crater thick,
but does trap some bubbles in the glaze.


Glaze name: Amber Assault Variation 4 moderately less Al -frit

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Visual texture: none
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: Slight
Testing: Tested
Date: 07/18/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                55.1       55.20
Frit F-38 Fusion          8.1        8.10
Potash feldspar - theoretical   14.1       14.10
Wollastonite              4.2        4.20
Kaolin - theoretical     17.0       17.00
Silica                    1.5        1.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Burnt umber               4.0        4.00

Comments:

Color is not a rich as other tests. ? 5% burnt umber is light honey color. Glaze
is stable, good surface. Large, minor crazes where thick on no-3% burnt umber. No
crazing on 4 and 5% umber variations. Good surface. No bubbling, even thick.


Glaze name: Amber Assault Variation 4 w/ Li

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Visual texture: none
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: Slight
Testing: Tested
Date: 07/18/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                60.3       60.20
Custer feldspar           9.1        9.10
Spodumene - theoretical    2.8        2.80
Wollastonite              2.5        2.50
Strontium carbonate       2.8        2.80
Kaolin - theoretical     18.8       18.80
Silica                    3.7        3.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Burnt umber               1.5        1.50

Comments:

Color is not a rich as other tests. ? 5% burnt umber is light honey color. Glaze
is stable, good surface. Large, minor crazes where thick. Does not crater thick,
but does trap some bubbles in the glaze.


Glaze name: Amber Assault Variation 4 w/ Li Sr frit

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Visual texture: none
Crystals: None
Bubbles: Many
Flow: Slight
Testing: Tested
Date: 07/18/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                55.5       55.50
Frit F-38 Fusion          8.1        8.10
Potash feldspar - theoretical    9.2        9.20
Spodumene - theoretical    2.8        2.80
Wollastonite              4.2        4.20
Kaolin - theoretical     17.5       17.50
Silica                    2.7        2.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Burnt umber               1.5        1.50

Comments:

Color is not a rich as other tests. ? 5% burnt umber is light honey color. Glaze
is stable, good surface. Large, minor crazes where thick. Does not crater thick,
but does trap some bubbles in the glaze.

Re-calc to use Sr frit rather than carb for better melting.
Traps many tiny bubbles and looks frosty thick.


Glaze name: Amber Assault Variation 5

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Visual texture: none
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: Slight
Testing: Tested
Date: 07/18/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                47.5       47.40
Soda feldspar - theoretical   35.1       35.00
Spodumene - theoretical    3.7        3.70
Strontium carbonate       3.6        3.60
Wollastonite              3.1        3.10
Kaolin - theoretical      2.5        2.50
Silica                    4.0        4.00
Zircopax                  0.4        0.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.70

Also add:

Burnt umber               0.1        0.08

Comments:

Color is not a rich as other tests. ? 5% burnt umber is light honey color. Glaze
is stable, good surface. Large, minor crazes where thick. Does not crater thick,
but does trap some bubbles in the glaze.

Re-calc to use Sr frit rather than carb for better melting. Less Al, less B, less
Ca to work toward a more fluid melt that doesn't trap so many bubbles.


Glaze name: Amber Assault+ 10 Wollast

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: Slight
Testing: Tested
Date: 4/6/07

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                54.3       54.30
Wollastonite              1.8        1.80
Strontium carbonate       2.7        2.70
Kaolin - theoretical     19.0       19.00
Flint                     0.5        0.50
Kona F-4 feldspar        12.7       12.70
Wollastonite              9.0        9.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.8        1.80

Comments:

From Linda Arbuckle: slick & smooth. Orig. has 10 Barium instead of Sr.
Variations --
Amber + 5-7% burnt umber
grass green transp + 4% copper carb


Glaze name: Amber Batz

Glaze type: LeadFree
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy or shiny
Color: Transparent Yellow-brown
Testing: Tested
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                86.2       86.20
EPK                      10.4       10.40
Barium carbonate          3.4        3.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Burnt umber               7.0        7.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

W/o the burnt umber = Batz Clear. From Linda Christianson. Add a pinch of Epsom
salts to counter settling. Tested. Stiff, crazed on Resolute Terracotta.


Glaze name: Amber Fine Sparkle

Glaze type: Aventurine
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Amber
Visual texture: Speckled
Crystals: Small
Date: 02/08/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit P-25                63.4       63.41
Silica                    8.1        8.13
Lithium carbonate         8.1        8.13
EPK                       4.1        4.07
Nepheline syenite         8.1        8.13
Spodumene                 8.1        8.13
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.6        1.63
Red iron oxide           10.0       10.00

Comments:

recipe is plus 1% Vanadium Mason stain to colorants. GlazChem won't accept Masons
because we don't have an analysis of them. From Lisa Orr, who works on lowfire
whiteware w/red sig, bisqued to 01, glaze-fired to 04. Fire and cool SLOWLY to
develop the golden sparkly crystals. Lisa uses these for her house number line.
see: gardenfleurish.com
Variations --
darker amber: instead of 1 Vanadium stain, add 2% vanadium Mason Stain.


Glaze name: Amber Revision

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy or shiny
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Flow: Slight
Flaws: Crazes
Testing: Tested
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3289                10.1       10.10
Frit 3124                77.0       77.00
EPK                      10.6       10.60
Whiting                   2.3        2.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Burnt umber               7.0        7.00

Comments:

R. Burkett's revision of Batz Amber from Linda Christianson to use frit instead
of raw Ba. Smooth gloss. Crazed on Resolute Terracotta. Kind of an amber/varnish
color. Good w/colored slips under. Warms up terracotta. Use a tsp. or two of
saturated Epsom salts solution to counter settling.


Glaze name: Amber tint Charile Cummings

Cone: 1
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Date: 05/12/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                80.0       80.00
Redart                   20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Charlie Cummings [[email protected]]
One of my studio members was examining Victoria Christen’s earthenware bowls in
our recent Bowl exhibition.  http://www.claylink.com/Bowls2006/11christen.html She
noticed that the clear glaze had a slight amber color in thicker areas.  She asked
if we could develop an amber/clear.  Suddenly I had a brainstorm!  Replace the
flint and kaolin in the troublesome recipe above with Redart.  The glaze software
said it was nearly a chemical match for the original glaze.  Tests look very
promising.  It didn't blister, it looked beautiful, and it doesn't turn to stone
in the bucket.  We are trying this glaze on actual pots in the next glaze firing.


Glaze name: Andy's Water Blue

Cone: 06-04
Date: 09/11/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate           5.8        5.80
EPK                       7.2        7.20
Frit 3110                76.9       76.90
Flint                    10.1       10.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Variations -- try 4% copper, or 0.5% chrome or 1% chrome or 0.5
cobalt or 3% manganese


Glaze name: Arbuckle new glaze- test from limits

Date: 05/30/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                66.7       69.80
Lithium carbonate         1.7        1.80
Talc theoretical          5.9        6.20
Wollastonite             11.2       11.70
Strontium carbonate       6.9        7.20
Kaolin - theoretical      7.6        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      104.70

Comments:


Glaze name: Aventurine

Glaze type: FritLead Aventurine
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy
Color: Iron Red
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 5301                97.1      100.00
Bentonite                 2.9        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      103.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           19.4       20.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type:  FritLead Aventurine. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type:
Oxidation .


Glaze name: Aventurine Chrome Cr309

Glaze type: Aventurine
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Green with blue
Date: 10/27/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Colemanite               51.5       53.00
Plastic vitrox           24.3       25.00
Nepheline syenite        24.3       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      103.00

Also add:

Chrome oxide              6.8        7.00

Comments:

From Conrad.Not fluid. Chrome green w/blue.


Glaze name: Aventurine Circular Dot

Glaze type: Aventurine
Cone: 5
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Brown
Crystals: Small
Date: 03/11/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        23.5       24.00
Sodium bicarbonate       28.4       29.00
Whiting                  10.8       11.00
Silica                   35.3       36.00
Fluorspar                 2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      102.00

Also add:

Macaloid                  1.0        1.00
Red iron oxide           21.6       22.00

Comments:

From Robert and Beatric Pearson in Clay Times Mar/Apr 07. Calls for Spanish Red Iron
Oxide. Due to soluble sodium bicarb, mix just before using and do not store.NOT for food.


Glaze name: Aventurine Copper Metal

Glaze type: Aventurine
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Brown
Crystals: Small
Date: 03/11/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3819                85.0       85.00
Gerstley borate          15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           26.0       26.00

Comments:

From Clay Times Mar/Apr 07. Apply thickly, or there may be dull brown or purple
patches. Calls for Spanish Red Iron Oxide. Dark amber with metallic copper-colored
crystals.From Robert and Beatric Pearson. NOT for food.


Glaze name: Aventurine Ferro Frit 2

Glaze type: Aventurine
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Brown
Crystals: Small
Date: 03/11/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3269                70.0       70.00
Boric acid               15.0       15.00
Whiting                   7.0        7.00
Lithium carbonate         3.0        3.00
Silica                    5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Macaloid                  1.0        1.00
Red iron oxide           20.0       20.00

Comments:

From Clay Times Mar/Apr 07. Apply thickly, or there may be dull brown or purple
patches. Calls for Spanish Red Iron Oxide. Dark amber with metallic copper-colored
crystals.From Robert and Beatric Pearson. Due to soluble boric acid, mix just before
using and do not store wet. NOT for food.
Variations --
Copper Jewel: add 6% barium carbonate - makes glaze slightly red Copper Clouds: 6%
cerium oxide makes crystals smaller and more orange Frosty Copper Sparkle: test 4.5%
neodymium oxide to produce patches of grey-green film that accentuates aventurine
sparkle. Adjust % for desired coverage of patches.


Glaze name: Aventurine Ferro Frit 2

Glaze type: Aventurine
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Brown
Crystals: Small
Date: 03/11/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3269                70.0       70.00
Boric acid               15.0       15.00
Whiting                   7.0        7.00
Lithium carbonate         3.0        3.00
Silica                    5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Macaloid                  1.0        1.00
Red iron oxide           20.0       20.00

Comments:

From Clay Times Mar/Apr 07. Apply thickly, or there may be dull brown or purple
patches. Calls for Spanish Red Iron Oxide. Dark amber with metallic copper-colored
crystals.From Robert and Beatric Pearson. Due to soluble boric acid, mix just before
using and do not store wet. NOT for food.
Variations --
Copper Jewel: add 6% barium carbonate - makes glaze slightly red Copper Clouds: 6%
cerium oxide makes crystals smaller and more orange Frosty Copper Sparkle: test 4.5%
neodymium oxide to produce patches of grey-green film that accentuates aventurine
sparkle. Adjust % for desired coverage of patches.


Glaze name: Aventurine G133

Glaze type: Aventurine
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Green
Visual texture: Speckled
Flow: Moderate
Date: 10/27/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Borax                    45.0       45.00
Kona F-4                 22.0       22.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
lead carbonate           10.0       10.00
Kaolin                    3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

copper oxide red          4.0        4.00

Comments:

From Conrad Ceramic Formulas. Dark Green w/some gold specks


Glaze name: Aventurine Gold-Spangled Brown G131

Glaze type: Aventurine
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Brown
Visual texture: Speckled: gold
Date: 10/27/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Borax                    57.3       57.30
Flint                    25.0       25.00
Red iron oxide           14.2       14.20
Boric acid                3.5        3.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          0.4        0.40
Copper carbonate          0.0        0.02

Comments:

from Conrad's Ceramic Formulas. Aventurine w/gold specks.


Glaze name: Aventurine Metallic Copper

Glaze type: Aventurine
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Brown
Crystals: Small
Date: 03/11/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          75.0       75.00
Silica                   25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           24.0       24.00

Comments:

From Clay Times Mar/Apr 07. Apply thickly, or there may be dull brown or purple
patches. Calls for Spanish Red Iron Oxide. Dark amber with metallic copper-colored
crystals. From Robert and Beatric Pearson. NOT for food.


Glaze name: Aventurine Root Beer Sparkle

Glaze type: Aventurine
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Brown
Crystals: Small
Date: 03/11/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3819                90.0       90.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Macaloid                  1.0        1.00
Red iron oxide           24.0       24.00

Comments:

From Clay Times Mar/Apr 07. Apply thickly, or there may be dull brown or purple
patches. Calls for Spanish Red Iron Oxide. Dark amber with metallic copper-colored
crystals.From Robert and Beatric Pearson. NOT for food.


Glaze name: Axner Base

Glaze type: Ca B
Cone: 03 - 04
Firing: oxidation
Surface texture: ?
Color: Opaque White
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ferro frit 3124          65.8       65.70
F-4 feldspar             17.2       17.20
Kaolin                   10.8       10.80
Nepheline syenite         6.2        6.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Tin oxide                 5.0        5.00
Zircopax                 10.0       10.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

submitted by: Axner Co. e-mail: [email protected]



Glaze name: Base Charlie Cummings Color

Glaze type: Mid-fire
Cone: 1-3
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Date: 05/12/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                50.0       50.00
Tile 6 clay              20.0       20.00
Flint                    30.0       30.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Charlie Cummings [[email protected]]
This is the base for most of my glazes.  It is somewhat shiny.  I like it that way
and I don't care what anyone else thinks!

Chrome does well at less than 1%.  Cobalt 1%.  Black iron oxide works better than
red iron.  Copper looks beautiful but causes the glaze to bubble and shiver.
Rutile can be unpredictable.  I use titanium dioxide instead.  Mason stains give
great colors.  Add 5% 6-tile if you want to use encapsulated cadmium stains.

I mix them to close to 46 on the hydrometer.  The metal oxides effect the
thickness and each variation is adjusted within a range of 45-48. I always layer
my glazes.  I like the way they break when layered.  I dip for at least 3 full
seconds for each coat.  Thin pots need longer.  The glaze goes on thick.  I've
found that fritted glazes tend to thin as they fire.  Three layers of glaze is
generally a bad idea.  The rule in my studio is, “if you insist on using 3 layers,
the third layer must be applied only on the top 1/3 of the pot."

See this glaze in action at: http://www.claylink.com/Dinner2004/cummings.html Or
http://www.claylink.com/Earthenware2005/Cummings2.html

See what my studio members have done with it at:
http://www.claylink.com/cccs2006.html (Actually all of our glazes and clays are
represented in this show.)

I use a black glaze under this glaze on most of my pots.  I have to keep some
secrets.
Variations --
From CM: + tin 1, + zirco 10, + Mason 6242 Bermuda Green stain = black-mottled
pine/forest green


Glaze name: Base Chris's Crackle-Free Alkaline

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 02/08/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                57.7       57.70
Frit 3134                25.0       25.00
EPK                       7.2        7.20
Silica                   10.1       10.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Lisa Orr.
Variations --
yellow-green: + chrome 0.5%, rio 1.2%, soda ash 2%
cobalt blue: + cobalt carb 0.25%
water blue: + copper carb 3% light turquoise: + copper carb 1%
Maria's French Blue: + cobalt carb 0.85%, copper carb 4.25%
Manganese brown/purple: Mason stain 6194 Mn silicate 3%. For more plum add small amt cobalt carb
Shiny smooth amber: + rio 9% - doesn't run
Grape: + cobalt carb 0.35%, Mn silicate Mason stain 6194


Glaze name: Base Chris's Crackle-Free Alkaline less Si

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Flaws: Crazes
Testing: Tested
Date: 02/08/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                62.8       59.00
Frit 3134                26.6       25.00
Kaolin - theoretical      4.3        4.00
Nepheline syenite         6.4        6.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       94.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.1        2.00

Comments:

From Lisa Orr. Fritted glaze that may be successfully applied very thinly. Crazes
considerably at 2 or 3 coats. Smooth gloss surface.
Variations --
yellow-green: + chrome 0.5%, rio 1.2%, soda ash 2%
cobalt blue: + cobalt carb 0.25%
water blue: + copper carb 3% light turquoise: + copper carb 1%
Maria's French Blue: + cobalt carb 0.85%, copper carb 4.25%
Manganese brown/purple: Mason stain 6194 Mn silicate 3%. For more plum add small amt cobalt carb
Shiny smooth amber: + rio 9% - doesn't run
Grape: + cobalt carb 0.35%, Mn silicate Mason stain 6194


Glaze name: Base Chris's Crackle-Free Alkaline less Si less crazing

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Flaws: Crazes
Testing: Tested
Date: 02/08/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                56.2       56.10
Frit 3185                15.4       15.40
Kaolin - theoretical      2.9        2.90
Talc theoretical          0.3        0.30
Wollastonite              9.0        9.00
Silica                   14.0       14.00
Nepheline syenite         2.2        2.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Bentonite                 0.2        0.20

Comments:

From Lisa Orr. Fritted glaze that may be successfully applied very thinly. Crazes
considerably at 2 or 3 coats. Smooth gloss surface.
Variations --
yellow-green: + chrome 0.5%, rio 1.2%, soda ash 2%
cobalt blue: + cobalt carb 0.25%
water blue: + copper carb 3% light turquoise: + copper carb 1%
Maria's French Blue: + cobalt carb 0.85%, copper carb 4.25%
Manganese brown/purple: Mason stain 6194 Mn silicate 3%. For more plum add small amt cobalt carb
Shiny smooth amber: + rio 9% - doesn't run
Grape: + cobalt carb 0.35%, Mn silicate Mason stain 6194


Glaze name: Base Gill's

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Date: 12/17/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                76.9       77.00
Gerstley borate           5.8        5.80
EPK                       7.2        7.20
Flint                    10.1       10.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

This glaze may scum after firing due to soluble salts. If so, replace
some of the 3110 frit with 3195. From Lynn Duryea Variations --
watery blue = 4% copper carb Green= 4-8% copper carb dk blue= 5%
copper carb + 3% cobalt carb purple= 4% manganese diox + .5 cobalt
carb burgundy= 4-5% manganese diox yellow= 6-8% vanadium stain
Amber=12% iron Yellow-Green= 3% copper carb + 3% Vanadium Stain


Glaze name: Base Glaze #1

Glaze type: Once-fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Date: 08/28/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                75.0       75.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
Silica                   10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

See Clay Times May/June 2002 p43. Trevor Youndberg
Variations --
Groovy Green + vandium pentoxide 7.5, 0.75 chrome oxide


Glaze name: Base Glaze 04

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Color: Opaque White
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ferro frit 3124          40.0       40.00
Gerstley borate          30.0       30.00
Nepheline syenite        25.0       25.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                  8.0        8.00

Comments:

 from
andrew s lubow
Variations --
Additions: Yellow 3% Red Iron Oxide Turquoise 2% Copper Carbonate Sky
Blue 1% Colbalt Carbonate Purpleish Brown 2% Magnesium Dioxide Green
2% Chrome Oxide Salmon Pink 4% Mason 6006 Deep Crimson Stain


Glaze name: Base Glaze 2

Glaze type: Once-fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Date: 08/28/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                88.2       88.20
EPK                      11.8       11.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

See Clay Times May/June 2002 p. 43 Trevor Youngberg
Variations --
Sun spot + titanium diox 4.9, ilmenite 2.94, light rutile, 4.9, copper carb 0.49

Turq. + copper oxide 1.47, superpax 4.9


Glaze name: Base Glaze Lisa Orr

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Clear
Visual texture: None
Flow: Moderate
Durability: Medium
Date: 05/10/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                62.0       62.00
Gerstley borate           9.3        9.30
Soda ash                 14.8       14.80
EPK                       4.6        4.60
Flint                     7.4        7.40
Bentonite                 1.9        1.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

This glaze gives very nice bright colors. Try doing color blends and
I'm sure you will find some scrumptous colors. You may want to use a
white slip first, it brightens the colors. Reminds me of the Tang Dynasty Horses. It will run, so be
careful.

Sculptural use only. Not for functional work!

Soda Ash: caustic-avoid contact with skin or eyes or inhalation of
mists. From John Britt's web site:
Variations --
Cobalt Carbonate - Lite Blue 5.0%  Copper Carbonate - Green 6.0%  Red
Iron Oxide      -  Reddish Brown


Glaze name: Base Jenks

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Crystals: Small
Flow: Moderate
Date: 04/11/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate        23.2       23.00
Whiting                  11.1       11.00
Zinc oxide                5.1        5.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        40.4       40.00
EPK                      18.2       18.00
Flint                     2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

A runny crystalling matt. Glaze says to add 1% CMC gum, but I'd guess
that it deflocculates due to lithium carb. Adding epsom salts might
help. From Jim Lawton.
Variations --
Variations -- limey  4% yellow 6483 + 2%
copper carb ochre  3% yellow 6483 + 2% yellow iron oxide blue stone
2% cobalt carb + 1% iron chromate deep green 4% copper carb + 1% iron
chromate


Glaze name: Base KC

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 06/04/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                85.0       85.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Martina Lantin.


Glaze name: Base Mottled Semi-Gloss no 3185

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Testing: Tested
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                  8.9        8.90
Strontium carbonate       4.8        4.80
Zinc oxide                7.8        7.80
Kaolin                   17.4       17.40
Frit 3134                45.2       45.20
Silica                   15.9       15.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Note: this re-calculated version seems to fit my terracotta body well. Slight mottled
quality to the glaze. High in Ca and Zn for a lowfire glaze. Would give browns
w/chrome colorants. Base is translucent. Slips show through. Darker pink w/5% crimson
stain than the original base. Also listed as Pink Bubblegum no GB

Orig. notes: This glaze is cheap to make and works well on earthenware at cone 04.
I think it originated with Carlton Ball. If it is to go over a red clay
body, opacify with tin, titanium ( warmer) or zircopax, but its
semi-opaque anyway, and has a nice texture and feel to it. george
mackie 
Variations --
Add 5% or more crimson stain = bubble gum pink


Glaze name: Base Mottled Semi-Gloss no GB

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Testing: Tested
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 39.5       38.80
Wollastonite             17.8       17.50
Zinc oxide                7.9        7.80
Strontium carbonate       4.9        4.80
Kaolin - theoretical      4.5        4.40
Frit 3185                25.4       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       98.30

Comments:

Note: this re-calculated version seems to fit my terracotta body well. Slight mottled
quality to the glaze. High in Ca and Zn for a lowfire glaze. Would give browns
w/chrome colorants. Base is translucent. Slips show through. Darker pink w/5% crimson
stain than the original base. Also listed as Pink Bubblegum no GB

Orig. notes: This glaze is cheap to make and works well on earthenware at cone 04.
I think it originated with Carlton Ball. If it is to go over a red clay
body, opacify with tin, titanium ( warmer) or zircopax, but its
semi-opaque anyway, and has a nice texture and feel to it. george
mackie 
Variations --
Add 5% or more crimson stain = bubble gum pink


Glaze name: Bead Bob Shay's

Glaze type: Bead
Cone: 04
Firing: oxidation
Surface texture: textured beads
Transparency: Opaque
Color: white base
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Magnesium carbonate      33.3       33.30
Borax                    26.7       26.70
Gerstley borate          33.3       33.30
Flint                     6.7        6.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Manganese dioxide         6.7        6.70

Comments:

fire cone 04 oxidation Here's a bead glaze recipe that I like.
Beverly in Ft. Lauderdale beverly crist


Glaze name: Bead White

Glaze type: Bead
Cone: 06
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Bead
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 05/19/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Borax                     3.8        3.80
Gerstley borate          46.5       46.50
Magnesium carb           31.0       31.00
EPK                      18.6       18.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Zircopax                  5.4        5.40

Comments:


Glaze name: Beaded

Glaze type: Bead
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Visual texture: Beaded
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: Slight
Flaws: Crawls
Testing: untested
Date: 12/04/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate           9.0        9.00
Soda ash                 11.0       11.00
Dolomite                  9.0        9.00
Magnesium carb           25.0       25.00
EPK                      31.0       31.00
Flint                    15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

based on a unity formula for a bead glaze. untested.


Glaze name: Beads Black

Glaze type: Bead
Cone: 06
Firing: ox
Surface texture: shiny, textured beads
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barnard clay             53.5       53.40
Custer feldspar           8.6        8.60
Borax                    15.3       15.30
Dolomite                  0.2        0.20
Whiting                   4.8        4.80
Lithium carbonate         6.1        6.10
Soda ash                  1.2        1.20
EPK                       1.5        1.50
Flint                     8.8        8.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Red iron oxide            0.6        0.60

Comments:

This is a shiny black bead glaze from [email protected]


Glaze name: Ben's Perfect Alkaline Glaze

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 02/29/2008

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                44.0       44.02
Frit 3110                30.2       30.17
Strontium carbonate       9.9        9.89
Kaolin - theoretical      8.1        8.12
Silica                    7.8        7.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Bill Shillalies' Metallic Death Glaze

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 02-6
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Metallic
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Metallic bronze
Visual texture: metallic
Date: 07/10/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ball clay                 7.4        4.00
Redart                   85.2       46.00
Flint                     7.4        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       54.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            3.7        2.00
Rutile                    5.6        3.00
Copper oxide              7.4        4.00
Cobalt oxide              3.7        2.00
Manganese dioxide        64.8       35.00

Comments:

From Susan Peterson's Craft and Art of Clay. Fired to 02 w/thick application: bronze
colored, very matte; fired to 01, application thick, bronze semi-matte; fired to cone
6, application thick, semi-gloss, metallic-bronze and antique


Glaze name: Black Adams

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 12/17/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        25.8       25.80
Gerstley borate          15.9       15.90
Strontium carbonate      14.0       14.00
Lithium carbonate        10.2       10.20
Flint                    25.8       25.80
EPK                       8.4        8.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Comments:

From Lynn Duryea Variations -- black1:+ black stain 10%, black copper
oxide 2%, cobalt ox 1% black2: + black copper ox 20%, black iron
oxide 40%, cobalt ox 10% Adams pebbly (w/o color): + Titanium diox
10%, Tin Ox 10%, ZnO 5%,
  silicon carbide 5%


Glaze name: Black Darby's Base no GB

Cone: 04
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: Slight
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Spodumene                42.0       42.00
Silica                   19.0       19.00
Frit 3134                39.0       39.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

RE-calc of Pete Pinnell's Darby's Base w/o GB. Breaks up a bit visually with slight
grey mottliing on the surface. Glossy. Fired in a small kiln, so slower cooling might
make matt, but all of my small kilns cool quickly
Variations --
+ 6650 black Mason stain 10%


Glaze name: Black Excellent

Cone: 06
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 12/01/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate         9.0        9.00
Wollastonite             14.0       14.00
Frit 3195                43.0       43.00
EPK                      23.0       23.00
Silica                   11.0       11.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Black iron oxide          2.0        2.00
Cobalt oxide              2.0        2.00

Comments:

Recipe also calls for 2% Black Mason Stain.  Pottery Making Illus. 9/10/2011


Glaze name: Black Gloss Cone 1 SG-113

Cone: 1
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 11/06/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        78.5       78.50
Frit 3134                11.0       11.00
Whiting                  10.5       10.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Cobalt oxide              2.0        2.00
Chromium oxide            2.0        2.00
Black iron oxide          2.0        2.00

Comments:

Add CMC 1 tsp. From James Chappell "The Potters Complete Book of Clay and Glazes"


Glaze name: Black Ikeda Glaze

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 06/20/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        77.4       77.40
Frit 3110                17.3       17.30
Ball clay                 5.3        5.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Manganese dioxide        33.3       33.30
Bentonite                 5.0        5.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Black Katrina's Excellent

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 09/23/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                47.0       47.00
EPK                      26.0       26.00
Wollastonite             15.0       15.00
Silica                   12.0       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Variations -- black Mason stain #6650  5%


Glaze name: Black Luscious

Glaze type: Low fire (Fritted)
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Flow: Slight
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 05/05/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Spodumene                21.1       21.10
Frit 3134                53.7       53.70
Flint                    16.9       16.90
EPK                       8.3        8.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Glossy, sleek black that seems to have good surface. In thick application
it doesn't move much and seems to form into a roll rather than run.
Linda Arbuckle
Variations --
plus 6650 Mason stain	    10


Glaze name: Black Matt Cone 1 - SSG-14

Cone: 1
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 11/06/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        28.5       28.50
Frit 3134                48.9       48.90
Kaolin                    5.1        5.10
Whiting                   3.0        3.00
Silica                   14.5       14.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              2.0        2.00
Chromium oxide            2.0        2.00
Black iron oxide          2.0        2.00

Comments:

+ CMC 1 tsp. From James Chappell "The Potters Complete Book of Clay and Glazes"


Glaze name: Black Matte Simple

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matte
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 03/18/2015

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          36.0       36.00
Albany slip              36.0       36.00
Plastic vitrox            7.0        7.00
Nepheline syenite        21.0       21.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

plus black stain 6600  8%. David Eichelberger Ceramic Glazes


Glaze name: Black Matte Simple recalc

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matte
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 03/18/2015

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                  3.6        3.60
Magnesium carbonate       3.9        3.90
Kaolin - theoretical     26.5       26.50
Nepheline syenite        10.4       10.40
Frit 3134                50.6       50.50
Silica                    5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Red iron oxide            1.0        1.00

Comments:

plus black stain 6600  8%. David Eichelberger Ceramic Glazes. Recalc- no GB no Albany


Glaze name: Black Metal Millennium

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 02
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 04/20/2015

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barnard slip             64.0       64.00
Frit 3124                36.0       36.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              1.0        1.00

Comments:

From 4th Ed Electric Kiln Ceramics. Midnight black to blue where thin. Strong
visual textures w/other glazes.


Glaze name: Black Pete's Shiny

Glaze type: Low fire (Boron)
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 12/06/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                45.0       45.00
Frit 3289                45.0       45.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Pete Pinnell. Flocculate to prevent settling. Variations -- Add for
black: Mason 6600 or 6650   10


Glaze name: Black Pete's Shiny recalc2

Glaze type: Low fire (Boron)
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 12/06/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                39.1       39.10
Frit 3110                14.0       14.00
Kaolin - theoretical      4.6        4.60
Whiting                   2.4        2.40
Strontium carbonate      18.0       18.00
Silica                   21.9       21.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 0.7        0.70

Comments:

Pete Pinnell. Flocculate to prevent settling. Variations -- Add for
black: Mason 6600 or 6650   10
re-calcualted to use less frit and substitute Sr for Ba.
Ugh. Matt stiff black. Not at all like the original.


Glaze name: black Rosie's Satin

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Plastic vitrox           40.0       40.00
Gerstley borate          50.0       50.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Cool slowly to get matt surface. Soak 30 min @ 1/2 power. From Rosie
Wynkoop via Pete Pinnell. Variations -- Add Mason 6600 black	    10


Glaze name: black Rosie's Satin no GB

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: Slight
Durability: Good
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   14.7       14.70
Frit 3134                68.8       68.80
EPK                      16.5       16.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Cool slowly to get matt surface. Soak 30 min @ 1/2 power. From Rosie Wynkoop
via Pete Pinnell.Recalculated by Linda Arbuckle w/o GB. Slightly waxy. Did not soak.
Variations --
Add Mason 6650 black	    10


Glaze name: Black Satin Matt Paul's Low Fire

Cone: 06 - 03
Firing: oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: black
Testing: Untested
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar          15.8       15.80
Dolomite                 10.5       10.50
Gerstley borate          26.3       26.30
Silica                   10.5       10.50
Barnard clay             36.8       36.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              2.1        2.10
Copper oxide             11.6       11.60

Comments:

 At ^06 it is duller, at ^04-^03 it is a little shinier, more metallic looking.
As far as crazing goes, that would be a function of the qualities of the clay
body the glaze is being applied to. submitted by: Paul Morris e-mail:
[email protected] Note: High clay content makes it crack in drying.
Poor for general pottery use on bisque. May be good for once-fire - Arbuckle


Glaze name: Black Shiny Steve even more expansion

Cone: 03
Date: 07/04/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                48.4       48.40
Custer feldspar          27.7       27.70
Kaolin - theoretical     10.6       10.60
Wollastonite              3.5        3.50
Alumina hydrate           9.7        9.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Comments:


Glaze name: Black Shiny Steve lmore expansion

Cone: 03
Date: 07/04/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                45.0       45.00
Custer feldspar          21.2       21.20
Kaolin - theoretical     26.8       26.80
Wollastonite              3.2        3.20
Silica                    3.7        3.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Comments:


Glaze name: Black Shiny Steve medium more exp

Cone: 03
Date: 07/04/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                47.7       47.70
Custer feldspar          30.6       30.60
Kaolin - theoretical      9.3        9.30
Bone ash                  0.1        0.07
Magnesium carbonate       0.0        0.03
Whiting                   2.9        2.90
Alumina hydrate           9.3        9.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Comments:


Glaze name: Black Shiny Steve moderate exp

Cone: 03
Date: 07/04/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                49.6       49.60
Custer feldspar          26.0       26.00
Kaolin - theoretical     13.1       13.10
Wollastonite              2.1        2.10
Alumina hydrate           9.2        9.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Black Shiny Steve next

Cone: 03
Date: 07/04/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                48.5       48.50
Custer feldspar          28.6       28.60
Kaolin - theoretical     10.8       10.80
Wollastonite              2.6        2.60
Alumina hydrate           9.4        9.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Comments:


Glaze name: Black Shiny Steve orig

Cone: 03
Date: 07/04/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                76.6       72.00
Nepheline syenite         7.4        7.00
EPK                      12.8       12.00
Frit 3110                 3.2        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       94.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Bleeding Cake from John Britt

Glaze type: Lichen
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Lichen
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Brown
Testing: Untested
Date: 09/04/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Volcanic ash             39.5       30.00
Borax                    23.7       18.00
EPK                      23.7       18.00
Grolleg                  13.2       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       76.00

Also add:

Yellow ochre              6.6        5.00
Red iron oxide            6.6        5.00
sand                     19.7       15.00

Comments:

Rich brown texture glaze.


Glaze name: Bleeding Cake from John Britt recalc

Glaze type: Lichen
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Lichen
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Brown
Testing: Untested
Date: 09/04/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar - theoretical   54.9       53.70
Kaolin - theoretical     12.3       12.00
Frit 3185                23.5       23.00
Alumina hydrate           9.3        9.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       97.80

Also add:

Yellow ochre              5.1        5.00
Red iron oxide            5.1        5.00

Comments:

Rich brown texture glaze.+ sand	    15


Glaze name: Bleu Ginette

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Dark blue with a lot of white mottling
Visual texture: Lots of white mottling
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 03/12/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer spar              14.0       14.00
Frit 3134                25.0       25.00
EPK                      14.0       14.00
Lithium carbonate        12.0       12.00
Ash wood                 35.0       35.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 3.0        3.00
Ultrox                   15.0       15.00
Cobalt oxide              5.0        5.00

Comments:

 Ash washed 5 times and 200-mesh sieved.
 Ginette is my wife, among all the glazes that she has seen over the
years it is the one she likes most. It is deep blue and has a lot of
light mottling (nearly white in nature). Applied thin it is a kind of
a light buff, but applied very thick it becomes deep blue with a lot
of very light mottling. If applied thick it will crack, just put the
raw glaze in place by rubbing with your fingers and it will work
nicely.

*What do you like most about this glaze?
 The beautiful light mottling.

*Is this glaze reliable?
 Yes

*Does this glaze tend to craze/crawl/pinhole/etc.?
 It cracks at the moment of application but there are no surface
flaws once it is fired.

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

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

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

*How do you typically fire?
 Typical oxidation until cone 04, ended by a short period of soaking
of 30 minutes

*Do you experience problems with the raw glaze?
 No

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


Glaze name: Blue Andy's Water

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 06-04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Blue
Date: 09/11/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate           5.8        5.80
EPK                       7.2        7.20
Frit 3110                76.9       76.90
Flint                    10.1       10.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Variations --
try 4% copper, or 0.5% chrome or 1% chrome or 0.5 cobalt
or 3% manganese


Glaze name: blue Cobalt

Cone: 04
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Color: blue
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ferro frit 3110          71.4       71.40
Grolleg                  14.3       14.30
Flint                     9.5        9.50
Zirconium silicate        4.8        4.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.4        1.40

Comments:


Glaze name: Blue Dennis' Lithium G3021

Glaze type: Lithium Matt
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Blue
Flow: None
Date: 05/19/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                    57.0       57.00
Lithium carbonate        29.0       29.00
Kaolin                   14.0       14.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Copper carbonate          3.0        3.00

Comments:

From John Conrad's Coantemporary Ceramic Formulas.


Glaze name: Blue Don's 08-06

Cone: 08 - 06
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: mottled
Color: Bright blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           27.8      138.90
Gerstley borate          55.6      277.80
Ball clay                11.1       55.50
Barium carbonate          5.6       27.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      500.00

Also add:

Rutile                    1.1        5.60
Copper carbonate          2.2       11.10

Comments:

From a University of Georgia class handout on glaze & clay from Andy
Nasisse.


Glaze name: Blue Gill's

Glaze type: Na Ca
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy
Color: Blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate           5.8      464.00
EPK                       7.2      576.00
Frit 3110                76.9     6152.00
Flint                    10.1      808.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0     8000.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          3.0      240.00
Cobalt Stain              1.0       80.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Na Ca. Opacity: Transparent. Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Blue Icy

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Turquoise
Date: 07/29/2017

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          25.0       25.00
Lithium carbonate         4.0        4.00
Frit 3124                29.0       29.00
Nepheline syenite        19.0       19.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Calcined kaolin           5.0        5.00
Silica                   13.0       13.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          0.4        0.40

Comments:

Via Arthur Halvorson. This glaze works best when it is not too thick. If the
glaze application is thicker than normal (more than the thickness of a dime) it
runs excessively. Recipe adapted by Kari Radasch from a Woody Hughes recipe.


Glaze name: Blue Lithium

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Turquoise
Visual texture: Mottled
Date: 03/06/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate        65.9       65.90
EPK                      34.1       34.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 4.9        4.90
Copper carbonate          9.8        9.80

Comments:

From Karon Doherty.



Glaze name: Blue transparent

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Transparency: Transparent
Color: blue
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ferro frit 3110          71.4       71.40
Grolleg                  14.3       14.30
Flint                     9.5        9.50
Zirconium silicate        4.8        4.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.4        1.40

Comments:

notes - screen the glaze well. The original recipe didn't specify
cobalt oxide or carbonate, but the carbonate form is recommended as
it disperses more evenly in the glaze. Also, the recipe specified
Zirconium and this is assumed to mean the silicate - try any
zirconium opacifier.


Glaze name: Blue V.C. Soda 1962

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Turquoise
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                70.0       70.00
Colemanite                5.0        5.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
Soda ash                 10.0       10.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          3.0        3.00

Comments:

This later became John Gill's Water Blue. This is originally a Raku
glaze. Glaze Type: Na Ca B. Opacity: Transparent. Firing type:
Oxidation .


Glaze name: Brick Red Lana's

Cone: 06-04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red rust iron
Flow: None
Date: 06/05/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   88.0       88.00
Frit 3134                12.0       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Lana Wilson's book "Ceramics: Shape and Surface"


Glaze name: Bronze Metallic

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: bronze metallic
Testing: Untested
Date: 06/27/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Red clay                 45.8       55.00
Flint                     4.2        5.00
Ball clay                 4.2        5.00
Manganese dioxide        37.5       45.00
Copper carbonate          4.2        5.00
Cobalt carbonate          4.2        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      120.00

Comments:

NOT for food.


Glaze name: Bronze Metallic Matte

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matte
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Metallic Bronze
Flow: None
Testing: Tested
Date: 11/06/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Manganese carbonate      60.0       60.00
Black copper oxide       10.0       10.00
Redart                   20.0       20.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

dry black-to-bronze. Fine texture. Mildly metallic. Tested by Rob Kolhouse.Toxic
fumes in firing. Sculpture surface.


Glaze name: Bronze Metallic Steve's

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Metallic Bronze
Date: 11/27/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kaolin                    7.1        7.10
Lead bisilicate          87.9       87.90
Fluorspar                 5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Manganese dioxide        12.1       12.10
Nickel oxide              1.4        1.40
Copper oxide              1.4        1.40
Rutile                    1.4        1.40

Comments:

Suggested as a bronze metallic gloss. Lead is a toxic material requiring toxic
waste disposal. Not recommended.


Glaze name: Bronze/Black Bartel

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 02
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Metallic Bronze
Date: 12/26/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                 9.0        9.00
Copper carbonate         18.0       18.00
Manganese dioxide        73.0       73.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Tom Bartel. Best brushed on very thin and fired in a gas kiln.


Glaze name: Brown Wardell

Cone: 02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matte
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Brown
Visual texture: Mottled
Date: 04/20/2015

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                37.0       37.00
Spodumene                21.0       21.00
Redart                   21.0       21.00
GoldArt                  16.0       16.00
Dolomite                  5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 3.0        3.00

Comments:

From 4th Ed Electric Kiln Ceramics.Predominantly brown w/persimmon-brown, marked
by a tight pattern of ocher spots.


Glaze name: Bubbles Michelle

Cone: 04
Surface texture: Crater
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Blue
Date: 09/04/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                30.0       30.00
EPK                      30.0       30.00
Cryolite                 40.0       40.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          2.0        2.00

Comments:

Crusty, bubbly blue texture glaze.


Glaze name: Carbon

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 06-04
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 12/05/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Magnesium carbonate        17.7       17.70
Borax                      47.1       47.10
Gerstley borate            35.3       35.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Rutile                     17.7       17.70
Iron oxide                 23.5       23.50
Cobalt oxide                 4.1        4.10

Comments:

Bob Shay sculpture glaze.


Glaze name: Carlton Ball Base

Cone: 06 - 04
Date: 3/26/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ferro frit 3134          70.0       70.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
Silica                   15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

I fire this glaze to cone 5 but for some reason
fired it to 06 once. It is a Carlton Ball recipe. It did look nice.
submitted by: Linda Blossom e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Chapin Opaque

Glaze type: Ca Na B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                94.1       94.10
EPK                       5.9        5.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 17.7       17.70

Comments:

Val, do you want any more from this page? Glaze Type: Ca Na B.
Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Chartreuse Moonelis

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 06-04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Lichen
Transparency: Opaque
Color: chartreuse
Date: 02/18/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar         5.0        5.00
Nepheline syenite        55.0       55.00
Talc                     10.0       10.00
Dolomite                 15.0       15.00
Borax                    15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chromium oxide            1.0        1.00
Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

Very dry bumpy surface. Judy Moonelis glaze.


Glaze name: Chartreuse Moss

Cone: 06
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 10/11/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate        80.0       80.00
Gerstley borate           5.0        5.00
Silica                   15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Chrome oxide              3.0        3.00
Tin oxide                 7.0        7.00

Comments:

Lana Wilson. Runs at 03


Glaze name: Chun turquoise

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Date: 08/28/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                50.0       47.39
Frit 3124                40.0       37.92
EPK                      10.0        9.48
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       94.79

Also add:

Copper carbonate          0.5        0.47
Titanium dioxide          5.0        4.74

Comments:

From Trevor Youngberg, Clay Times May/June, 2002 p.59


Glaze name: Clay Arbuckle Terracotta new

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Color: Red
Date: 01/16/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   40.0       40.00
GoldArt                  10.0       10.00
Foundry Hill Creme        9.0        9.00
XX Sagger                16.0       16.00
Fire clay                10.0       10.00
Flint                     6.0        6.00
Talc theoretical          6.0        6.00
Spodumene                 3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Barium carbonate          0.5        0.50
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clay Black David Crane's

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 06-01
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 02/08/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ocmulgee                 32.0       32.00
Redart                   32.0       32.00
Fire clay                26.0       26.00
Barnard clay             10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Manganese dioxide         6.0        6.00
Iron oxide                5.0        5.00
Grog                      2.0        2.00

Comments:

Wear gloves to work with this clay. Mn is toxic. Don't breathe dust or firing fumes.
Variations --
Grog or sand 5-20%


Glaze name: Clay Buff Graham's

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 04
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Tan
Date: 02/08/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Fireclay                 30.0       30.00
GoldArt                  30.0       30.00
Ball clay                15.0       15.00
Frit 3124                15.0       15.00
Talc                     10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clay Casting Earthenware 04

Glaze type: Casting slip
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Color: Red
Date: 08/14/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   54.5       60.00
GoldArt                  18.2       20.00
Ball clay                18.2       20.00
Flint                     9.1       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      110.00

Also add:

Barium carbonate          0.5        0.50
Sodium silicate           0.2        0.20
Soda ash                  0.3        0.30

Comments:

From Bill Brouillard. Original calls for Calgon in place of soda ash.
Calgon no longer contains soluble sodium that deflocculates.


Glaze name: Clay Casting Red Body 03

Glaze type: Clay (Terracotta)
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Color: Red
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ocmulgee                 26.9       27.00
Redart                   26.9       27.00
A.P. Green               19.9       20.00
Talc                     25.9       26.00
Barium carbonate          0.5        0.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.50

Comments:

Add fine grog 1 scoop per batch, soda ash 35 gms., sodium silicate 35
gms, water 4100 grams. From Bill Brouillard.


Glaze name: Clay Casting Red Natalie Tornatore

Glaze type: Clay casting slip
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red
Date: 03/24/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Talc theoretical         10.0       10.00
Hawthorne Bond clay      10.0       10.00
XX Sagger                10.0       10.00
GoldArt                  20.0       20.00
Redart                   50.0       50.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Barium carbonate          1.0        1.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Add sand to taste. From Missy McCormick.


Glaze name: Clay Casting Red Patrick Loughran

Glaze type: Clay casting
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Color: Orange
Date: 07/24/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   78.0       78.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
GoldArt                  10.0       10.00
Frit 3195                 1.0        1.00
Frit 3124                 1.0        1.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Barium carbonate          0.2        0.20
Sodium silicate           0.2        0.20
Soda ash                  0.2        0.20

Comments:

Add 5 gallons of water.


Glaze name: Clay Casting white

Glaze type: Clay casting
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
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
Pyrophyllite             12.0       12.00
Frit 3124                18.0       18.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Darvan                    0.4        0.35

Comments:

Add 40 water. Lowfire adaptation of Spleth casting cone 10 slip.


Glaze name: Clay Casting White 04 Body

Glaze type: Casting slip
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Date: 08/14/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kentucky OM #4           50.0       50.00
Talc                     35.0       35.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Sodium silicate           0.3        0.30
Soda ash                  0.1        0.10

Comments:

From Bill Brouillard. Original recipe calls for Calgon 0.10 in place
of soda ash. Calgon no longer contains the soluble sodium compounds
that would deflocculate.


Glaze name: Clay Casting White Talc

Glaze type: Casting slip
Cone: 06-04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 01/02/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Talc                     45.0       45.00
Ball clay                19.0       19.00
Kaolin                   17.0       17.00
Feldspar                 19.0       19.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Soda ash                  0.2        0.15
Sodium silicate           0.2        0.15

Comments:

From Leon Nigrosh's Lowfire: Other Ways to Work in Clay.


Glaze name: Clay Christianson Earthenware

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red
Date: 05/30/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   54.7       54.70
GoldArt                  36.5       36.50
Talc theoretical          8.8        8.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Grog                      3.7        3.70
Barium carbonate          0.5        0.50
Red iron oxide            0.7        0.70

Comments:

From Linda Christianson. Calls also for 7 sand.


Glaze name: Clay Forbes Red

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 03-02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Color: Red
Date: 08/14/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ocmulgee                 25.0       25.00
Redart                   25.0       25.00
Missouri fire clay       20.0       20.00
Calvert clay             10.0       10.00
Talc theoretical         10.0       10.00
Nepheline syenite         5.0        5.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Barium carbonate          0.5        0.50

Comments:

Recipe from Bill Brouillard.


Glaze name: Clay Graham Marks

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 06-04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Color: Red
Date: 03/08/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   62.1       50.00
Fire clay                12.4       10.00
Wollastonite             12.4       10.00
Frit 3124                12.4       10.00
Barium carbonate          0.6        0.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       80.50

Also add:

sand                     12.4       10.00
Grog                     12.4       10.00
nylon fiber               0.6        0.50

Comments:

For less expensive clay use talc instead of frit. With 3124 this clay
can't go above 04.


Glaze name: Clay John Frantz Red

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 06-04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Color: Red
Date: 03/08/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   40.0       40.00
Pine Lake                30.0       30.00
Ball clay                25.0       25.00
Talc theoretical          5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clay Off-white Earthenware Nicholas

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 06
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Lichen
Transparency: Opaque
Color: off-white
Date: 08/28/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

GoldArt                  44.4       40.00
Ball clay                33.3       30.00
EPK                      11.1       10.00
Talc                     11.1       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       90.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.2        2.00
Grog                      8.9        8.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clay Pete's 03 Red Throwing Body

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red
Date: 08/04/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ranger Red clay          50.0       50.00
Redart                   25.0       25.00
Hawthorne Bond           10.0       10.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
Wollastonite              5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Barium carbonate          0.5        0.50
V-gum T                   1.0        1.00

Comments:

Drill the V-Gum T & Barium into water before adding. Mix really well!
Best if you use 50 mesh Hawthorne. Regular 28 mesh results in white
specks in the body. V-Gum T counters thixotropy and platicizes. Pete
Pinnell


Glaze name: Clay Red

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Color: Orange
Date: 08/25/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   82.0       82.00
GoldArt                  18.0       18.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Grog, med                 2.0        2.00
Grog, fine               16.0       16.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clay Red BB for BIGware

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Color: Red
Date: 08/14/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Foundry Hill Creme       24.0       24.00
Kentucky OM #4           24.0       24.00
A.P. Green               24.0       24.00
Redart                   24.0       24.00
Frit 3124                 4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            2.0        2.00
fine grog                10.0       10.00
Barium carbonate          0.5        0.50

Comments:

From Bill Brouillard. Used for 24" platters. Used for throwing w/o
the grog addition. Prone to problems if overfired, or work is so
large parts of it are very close to the elements.


Glaze name: Clay Red Bruce Cochrane modified - Horie

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: orange
Date: 11/19/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kentucky OM #4            9.7       10.00
Redart                   68.0       70.00
GoldArt                  19.4       20.00
Frit 3124                 2.9        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      103.00

Also add:

Barium carbonate          1.9        2.00
Bentonite                 1.9        2.00
Kyanite                   4.9        5.00

Comments:

From Ayumi Horie


Glaze name: clay Red Casting Eshelman

Glaze type: Casting slip
Cone: 4
Firing: Oxidation
Color: Red
Date: 02/19/2019

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   27.0       27.00
Kentucky OM #4           23.0       23.00
Custer feldspar          23.0       23.00
pyrotrol                 16.0       16.00
Wollastonite             11.0       11.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

The clay needs 130 grams Barium Carbonate, approximately 11 fluid oz of Darvan 7,
and 4 3/4 gallons of water for 100# batch to yield a specific gravity of 1.8 or
1800 gm/liter. From Justin Rothshank


Glaze name: Clay Red Charlie's 1-3

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 1-3
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red
Testing: Tested
Date: 05/12/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   60.0       60.00
Foundry Hill Creme       20.0       20.00
XX Sagger                10.0       10.00
Talc                      5.0        5.00
Nepheline syenite         5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            0.3        0.25
Barium carbonate          0.3        0.25

Comments:

From Charlie Cummings [[email protected]]
This body was formulated to be very plastic.  It has a fine
grain.  If you are used to throwing fireclay-based bodies, you will think your
hands have gone numb.  It feels sort of like the most incredibly forgiving
porcelain you have ever thrown.  It can be re-wetted from nearly bone dry back to
a plastic state.  My students get away with things that most clay bodies would
never allow.

This body is 90% clay.  Redart is the primary flux.  Shrinkage is 12% (5% to Dry
–7% in glost firing.) Porosity is very low. Less than 1%.

Bisque to cone 08.  A higher bisque will tighten the body too much.

Glaze fire to cone 1 to 3.  The cone temperatures are very close in this portion
of the firing range.  I fire to cone 1 slowly to allow the glaze and clay more
time to mature.  Fast firings and small kilns may require firing as high as cone 3
to achieve the same results.  I fire a 20 cubic L&L stuffed full of work with the
computer controller set to slow glaze and a 10 minute hold at temperature.  Firing
is the key.  Electric kilns require skill to get the best results too!

I’ve used this clay to throw very large work with very good results.  Tiny things
work too!

Downsides: It can be a little sticky.  If you cut things off the bat and leave
them in position till they get to leather hard, they may re-adhere.

When fired this clay is very dense.  It rings like porcelain.  When covered by my
color base glaze, it can be played like crystal.  It is hard, but not brittle.  I
like to scare my students..I mean show my students how strong the clay is by
beating one of my plates on the corner of a wooden table.  I wouldn't dare do that
with anything I have made in stoneware.


Glaze name: Clay Red Charlie's Handbuilding 1-3

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 1-3
Firing: Oxidation
Color: Red
Date: 05/12/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   53.8       35.00
Foundry Hill Creme       23.1       15.00
Hawthorne Bond            7.7        5.00
Nepheline syenite         7.7        5.00
Talc                      7.7        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       65.00

Also add:

Grog                     61.5       40.00

Comments:

From Charlie Cummings [[email protected]] This is a hand-building clay.  It
shrinks a total of 8%.  My glazes fit it well, so I sometimes use it for
functional work.
Variations --
Missouri 20f            10 (grog)
Missouri 35f            10 (grog)
Missouri 50f            20 (grog)
These are the grog additions listed


Glaze name: Clay Red Ron Meyers

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 01
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: unglazed
Color: Orange
Date: 04/25/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ocmulgee                 62.4       63.00
Redart                   19.8       20.00
Ball clay                 7.9        8.00
Fire clay                 7.9        8.00
Talc                      2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      101.00

Comments:

Add grog to taste. From Ron Meyers


Glaze name: Clay Red Stan Andersen's

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Orange
Testing: Tested
Date: 02/08/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   61.9       65.00
GoldArt                  14.3       15.00
Fire clay                14.3       15.00
Talc                      9.5       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      105.00

Also add:

Barium carbonate          0.5        0.50

Comments:

Barium carb is necessary to prevent scumming.
Variations --
Omit fire clay, increase Goldart, add 1% fine grog.


Glaze name: Clay Redware Radasch

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 03
Date: 03/18/2010

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Talc theoretical         10.0       10.00
GoldArt                  20.0       20.00
Redart                   50.0       50.00
Fire clay                15.0       15.00
Silica                    5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Barium carbonate          0.5        0.50

Comments:

Kari Radasch recipe from CM J/Jl/Aug 09


Glaze name: cLAY rESOLUTE TEST 3

Date: 07/29/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   50.0       50.00
GoldArt                  13.0       13.00
Spodumene                 3.0        3.00
Kentucky OM #4           13.0       13.00
Hawthorne Bond           15.0       15.00
Talc theoretical          6.0        6.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Barium carbonate          0.5        0.50
kyenite                   2.0        2.00

Comments:

Use 50 mesh Hawthorne bond. 35 mesh has more extraneous content.


Glaze name: cLAY rESOLUTE TEST 4A

Date: 07/29/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   50.0       50.00
Roseville clay           13.0       13.00
Spodumene                 3.0        3.00
Kentucky OM #4           13.0       13.00
Hawthorne Bond           15.0       15.00
Talc theoretical          6.0        6.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Barium carbonate          0.5        0.50
Kyanite                   2.0        2.00

Comments:

Use 50 mesh Hawthorne bond. 35 mesh has more extraneous content.
Clay was short and broke easily in working. Did dot some.


Glaze name: cLAY rESOLUTE TEST 4B

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 05-03
Firing: Oxidation
Color: Red
Testing: Tested
Date: 07/29/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   50.0       50.00
GoldArt                  13.0       13.00
Spodumene                 3.0        3.00
M23 Ball Clay            13.0       13.00
Hawthorne Bond           15.0       15.00
Talc theoretical          6.0        6.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Barium carbonate          0.5        0.50
kyenite                   2.0        2.00

Comments:

Use 50 mesh Hawthorne bond. 35 mesh has more extraneous content. Substitution of
M23 Ball for OM4 should have less sulfur. Showed virtually NO dotting.


Glaze name: Clay sculpture Cushing Tan/Orange

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Orange
Date: 02/08/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ocmulgee                 28.6       20.00
Narco fire clay          14.3       10.00
A.P. Green               21.4       15.00
Talc                     21.4       15.00
Wollastonite             14.3       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       70.00

Also add:

Grog                     42.9       30.00
Red iron oxide            7.1        5.00
Barnard clay              4.3        3.00
Barium carbonate          1.4        1.00

Comments:

Good for thick work, low shrinkage, not plastic. Cup of nylon fiber improves green
strength.


Glaze name: Clay Sculpture Nan's

Date: 10/02/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Hawthorne Bond           28.2       20.00
GoldArt                  25.4       18.00
Kentucky OM #4           22.5       16.00
Lizella Red               9.9        7.00
Talc theoretical         14.1       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       71.00

Also add:

Grog                     28.2       20.00
sand                     28.2       20.00

Comments:

calls for fine grog. Will fire to cone 10.


Glaze name: Clay Stan's Red

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Color: Orange
Date: 04/11/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   61.9       65.00
GoldArt                  14.3       15.00
Fire clay                14.3       15.00
Talc                      9.5       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      105.00

Also add:

Barium carbonate          0.5        0.50

Comments:

Stan Andersen Red 03. Add 1 1/2 cups barium carbonate to 500 pounds
dry mix to prevent scumming.  Or: omit fire clay, increase stoneware
clay, add 1% fine grog. Good w/most majolica glazes.


Glaze name: Clay Steve & Linda's sAxer 8/07

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Orange
Date: 09/05/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   20.8       20.80
Carbondale Red            5.4        5.40
XX Sagger                 5.4        5.40
Silica                    5.4        5.40
pioneer talc              5.4        5.40
Ball Clay Bell Dark       2.5        2.50
lincoln fire clay         2.5        2.50
Spodumene                 1.5        1.50
Bentonite                 1.5        1.50
Amblygonite              49.5       49.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Grog                      1.0        1.00
Barium carbonate          0.1        0.10
Epsom salts               0.1        0.10

Comments:

Notes: Grog is 200#. Lincoln is Lincoln 60.


Glaze name: Clay Steve and Linda's Axner 9_07

Date: 10/02/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   41.2      800.00
Carbondale Red           10.3      200.00
XX Sagger                10.3      200.00
Silica                   10.3      200.00
Pioneer talc             10.3      200.00
Bell Dark                 5.2      100.00
lincoln fire clay         5.2      100.00
Spodumene                 2.6       50.00
Bentonite                 2.6       50.00
Grog                      2.1       40.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0     1940.00

Also add:

Barium carbonate          0.0        0.30
Epsom salts               0.0        0.30

Comments:


Glaze name: Clay Steve and Linda's Red

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Orange
Date: 11/25/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   42.2       43.00
XX Sagger                10.8       11.00
Ball clay                 4.9        5.00
Neuman Red               15.7       16.00
Silica                   10.8       11.00
Talc                     10.8       11.00
Spodumene                 4.9        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      102.00

Also add:

Grog                      2.0        2.00
Barium carbonate          0.5        0.50

Comments:

Variations --
also added epsom salts. Use Texas talc - less gassy than NY talc. Use very fine
grog - 70 - 90 mesh.


Glaze name: Clay Steve's Improved Red

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Color: Orange
Date: 04/26/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

GoldArt                  16.2       16.20
Redart                   48.6       48.60
Hawthorne Bond           16.2       16.20
Silica                    5.4        5.40
Talc                     10.8       10.80
Spodumene                 2.7        2.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Barium carbonate          0.5        0.50

Comments:

Use TX talc
Absorbtion 2.9%
Shrinkage 8%


Glaze name: Clay Steve's remix

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Color: Orange
Date: 03/03/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   52.0       53.00
XX Sagger                10.8       11.00
Bell Dark ball clay       4.9        5.00
GoldArt                   4.9        5.00
Silica                   10.8       11.00
Talc theoretical         10.8       11.00
Spodumene                 2.9        3.00
Bentonite                 2.9        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      102.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clay Terracotta Andrea Gill's 05

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 05
Firing: Oxidation
Color: Orange
Date: 08/12/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   54.5       60.00
A.P. Green               18.2       20.00
Kentucky OM #4           18.2       20.00
Talc theoretical          9.1       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      110.00

Also add:

Grog, fine                9.1       10.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clay Terracotta Resolute

Date: 05/20/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   43.6       44.00
GoldArt                   9.9       10.00
Foundry Hill Creme       13.9       14.00
XX Sagger                15.8       16.00
Talc theoretical          5.9        6.00
Spodumene                 3.0        3.00
Fire clay                 7.9        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      101.00

Also add:

Barium carbonate          0.5        0.50
Grog, fine                2.0        2.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Arbuckle terracotta. Mixed at Highwater.


Glaze name: Clay Terracotta St. John's

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Orange
Date: 02/08/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   50.0       50.00
GoldArt                  10.0       10.00
A.P. Green               10.0       10.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
Talc                     20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Barium carbonate          0.5        0.50

Comments:

Good for throwing.


Glaze name: Clay UF Red Earthenware

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Color: Orange
Testing: Tested
Date: 01/11/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

XX Sagger                24.4       50.00
Ball clay                 9.8       20.00
Lizella Red              19.5       40.00
Talc theoretical          9.8       20.00
Wollastonite              2.4        5.00
Redart                   34.1       70.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      205.00

Comments:

+ 5% 48 mesh grog used. Good clay for handbuilding, can also be
thrown.


Glaze name: Clay White Alfred Base Clay

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 02
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 02/08/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Talc                     43.5       43.50
Ball clay                43.5       43.50
Silica                   13.0       13.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

The recipe calls for 200 mesh silica.
Variations --
+8% Mason 6379 = cerulean blue
+ 10% Mason 6483 = yellow


Glaze name: Clay White Boyden

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 04
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: White
Date: 02/08/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kentucky OM #4           50.0       50.00
Talc                     38.0       38.00
Nepheline syenite        12.0       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Macaloid                  1.0        1.00

Comments:

Note: the neph sy used as a flux will deflocculate this body and may make it hard to
work.


Glaze name: Clay White Earthenware Penland

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Testing: Tested
Date: 08/28/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Talc theoretical         37.7       37.50
XX Sagger                25.1       25.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Kentucky OM #4           32.2       32.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.50

Comments:


Glaze name: Clay White Earthenware Woodman

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 05
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 08/28/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kaolin                   30.0       30.00
Kentucky OM #4           30.0       30.00
Fireclay                 30.0       30.00
Wollastonite              7.0        7.00
Talc                      3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Grog                      7.0        7.00

Comments:

From Susan Wechsler's "Low-Fire Ceramics"
Variations --
for large pieces add nylon fibers


Glaze name: clay white Lisa Orr's

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 02/18/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Tile 6 clay              34.7       33.00
EPK                      16.8       16.00
Ball clay                 9.5        9.00
Foundry Hill Creme        9.5        9.00
A.P. Green                6.3        6.00
Frit 3110                 9.5        9.00
Talc                      9.5        9.00
Flint                     4.2        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       95.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.1        1.00
silica sand               1.1        1.00

Comments:

3110 will probably deflocculate this body. 3124 seems a better option, or test talc.


Glaze name: Clay White Sculpture

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 08-04
Firing: Oxidation
Color: White
Date: 03/08/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

XX Sagger                14.0       14.00
EPK                      29.0       29.00
Tile 6 clay              14.0       14.00
Talc theoretical         29.0       29.00
Wollastonite             14.0       14.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Molochite                30.0       30.00
Bentonite                 3.0        3.00
Macaloid                  3.0        3.00
nylon fiber               0.7        0.70

Comments:

Can be fired very thick.


Glaze name: Clay white sculpture Cushing

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 04
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 02/08/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

EPK                      14.3       10.00
Grolleg                  28.6       20.00
Ball clay                14.3       10.00
Frit 3124                14.3       10.00
Talc                     14.3       10.00
Wollastonite             14.3       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       70.00

Also add:

Molochite                42.9       30.00
Bentonite                 2.9        2.00

Comments:

For heavy, massive work. Strong,low shrinkage.
Variations --
Add nylon fiber if desired.


Glaze name: Clay White Talc

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 04
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 04/01/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Tennessee ball clay      33.3       30.00
Kentucky OM #4           22.2       20.00
Talc                     27.8       25.00
Nepheline syenite         5.6        5.00
Frit 3134                11.1       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       90.00

Comments:

add also fine silica sand 10 parts


Glaze name: Clay White Vince's 05-03

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 05-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Color: White
Date: 08/14/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kentucky OM #4           36.0       36.00
Tile 6 clay              32.0       32.00
Custer spar              10.0       10.00
Flint                    12.0       12.00
Nepheline syenite        10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Denser than a talc body. Suitable for functional work and sculpture.
Fire functional work at least to 03 for density and durability. Can
fire as high as cone 3. Gritless. Pure white. Good for throwing and
handbuilding, joins aggressively, few problems drying and firing.
Above cone 1 quite vitreous and suitable for functional ware. From
Bill Brouillard.

Note from Arbuckle: neph sy will tend to deflocculate this body and
make it rubbery.


Glaze name: Clay White Vince's Cadillac

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 04/29/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kentucky OM #4           30.0       30.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
Tile 6 clay              10.0       10.00
XX Sagger                10.0       10.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
Talc                      5.0        5.00
Frit 3124                15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Note: cost of 3124 is high.
Variations --
add molochite if desired


Glaze name: Clay White, Vitreous VC

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 08/28/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Grolleg                  25.0       25.00
Tile 6 clay              20.0       20.00
Ball clay                15.0       15.00
Talc                      5.0        5.00
Frit 3124                30.0       30.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Val Cushing's notebook. Reported to have good glaze fit. Can be thrown.


Glaze name: Clay Whiteware

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 06/27/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ball clay                50.0       50.00
Talc                     50.0       50.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Patti Warashina in "Low-fire Ceramics"


Glaze name: Clay Zakin Oyster White

Glaze type: Clay (Earthenware)
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 08/28/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ball clay                42.0       42.00
Fireclay                 14.0       14.00
Talc                     30.0       30.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        14.0       14.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Light-colored clay, good workability, 7-8% absorption.


Glaze name: Clear - U GA

Cone: 06
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy or shiny
Color: Transparent Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                55.0       55.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        20.0       20.00
Flint                    15.0       15.00
Bentonite                10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From a University of Georgia class handout on glaze & clay from Andy
Nasisse.


Glaze name: Clear - U GA 3 recalc

Cone: 06
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy or shiny
Color: Transparent Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                55.0       55.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        20.0       20.00
Flint                    15.0       15.00
Bentonite                10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From a University of Georgia class handout on glaze & clay from Andy
Nasisse.


Glaze name: Clear - U GA recalc

Cone: 06
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy or shiny
Color: Transparent Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                54.2       54.10
Custer feldspar          24.0       24.00
Silica                   15.9       15.90
EPK                       4.1        4.10
Dolomite                  1.2        1.20
Whiting                   0.6        0.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Comments:

From a University of Georgia class handout on glaze & clay from Andy
Nasisse. Recalc to avoid Kona F-4 - no longer available and substitute defloccs.


Glaze name: Clear 04

Glaze type: Ca B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          55.0       55.00
EPK                      30.0       30.00
Flint                    15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

James Sayre.  Mix thin.  The glaze will become milky if applied too
thick.


Glaze name: Clear 04 - glaze calc

Glaze type: Ca B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          55.0       55.00
Kaolin                   30.0       30.00
Flint                    15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

James Sayre.  Mix thin.  The glaze will become milky if applied too
thick.


Glaze name: Clear 04 Kona

Glaze type: Ca Na B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 spar            45.6       45.70
Gerstley borate          30.4       30.50
Flint                    10.2       10.20
Strontium carbonate       4.6        4.60
Zinc oxide                5.1        5.10
Kaolin                    4.1        4.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.20

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Na B. Opacity: . Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: CLEAR 1

Glaze type: Ca B LeadFree
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Color: Transparent Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Pemco frit P-54          80.0       79.20
Pyrophyllite             20.0       19.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clear 1 Shiny

Glaze type: Ca Na B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        19.6       19.60
Gerstley borate          29.4       29.40
Frit 3195                29.4       29.40
EPK                       9.8        9.80
Flint                     9.8        9.80
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Na B. Opacity: Transparent. Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Clear 2 Shiny

Glaze type: Na Ca
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                70.6       70.60
Gerstley borate           5.9        5.90
Flint                     9.8        9.80
Kaolin                    6.9        6.90
Zinc oxide                2.9        2.90
Whiting                   3.9        3.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Na Ca . Opacity: Transparent. Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Clear Alfred

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Tested
Date: 04/12/2010

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        25.0       25.00
Gerstley borate          25.0       25.00
Frit 3195                30.0       30.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Does not craze on UF shop terracotta.Tested by Ben Carter.


Glaze name: Clear Amber

Cone: 04
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: shiny glossy
Color: Transparent Yellow
Testing: Untested
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ferro Frit 3134          30.0       30.00
Gerstley borate          30.0       30.00
Redart Clay              40.0       40.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

This is a wonderful glaze on terra cotta. It is glossy, but tight, so
it is excellent for overglaze brushwork with straight oxides or
maiolica colors. If it goes on too thick it will go opaque yellow -
not altogether unpleasant, especially with overglaze brushwork. Note:
all of these glazes contain large amounts of gerstley borate, which
is soluble with time. If you don't use the glaze up within six months
or so you may have to toss it and mix a new batch. An alternative is
to replace all of the gerstley borate with 3134 frit. source for
original recipe: Conrad's THE COMPLETE COMPENDIUM submitted by:
Wenzel K Pitelka e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Clear Annabeth Rosen

Glaze type: Low fire (Boron)
Cone: 08
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 11/19/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          73.0       73.00
EPK                      25.0       25.00
Lithium carbonate         2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Ayumi Horie
Variations --
sky blue 1/16% cobalt + .5% copper carb
plum brown 2% manganese diox
honey 6% RIO


Glaze name: Clear Arbuckle new from limits

Cone: 03
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flaws: Crazes
Testing: Tested
Date: 07/08/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                66.7       69.80
Lithium carbonate         1.7        1.80
Talc theoretical          5.9        6.20
Wollastonite             11.2       11.70
Strontium carbonate       6.9        7.20
EPK                       7.6        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      104.70

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.5        1.60

Comments:

Crazes on Resolute Terracotta. Waxy. A bit cloudy if thick. Color of terracotta
under is cooler red-brown.


Glaze name: Clear Arbuckle Surprise Recalc3 w even less EPK

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Crystals: None
Bubbles: Few
Flow: None
Testing: Tested
Date: 06/01/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3269                45.7       45.60
Kaolin - theoretical      5.3        5.30
Silica                   16.4       16.40
Dolomite                  7.4        7.40
Colemanite               11.5       11.50
Whiting                   3.8        3.80
Nepheline syenite         9.8        9.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.80

Also add:

Bentonite                 0.5        0.50

Comments:

Mixture:
   50.0% 3269 Surprise
   50.0% Satin Clear Heather's Recalc Clear. Non-crazing on Resolute Terracotta.
Does not move in firing. VERY small bubbles in it if thick.Waxy if thin. Fritted
glaze generally applies thinly.


Glaze name: Clear Arbuckle Surprise Recalc3 w EPK

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Crystals: None
Bubbles: Few
Flow: None
Testing: Tested
Date: 06/01/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3269                40.5       40.60
Frit 3195                21.7       21.70
EPK                      26.0       26.10
Silica                    0.5        0.50
Dolomite                  6.5        6.50
Whiting                   4.8        4.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.20

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.5        1.50

Comments:

Mixture:
   50.0% 3269 Surprise
   50.0% Satin Clear Heather's Recalc Clear. Non-crazing on Resolute Terracotta.
Does not move in firing. VERY small bubbles in it if thick.Waxy if thin. Fritted
glaze generally applies thinly.


Glaze name: Clear Arbuckle Surprise Recalc3 w EPK less Alumina

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Crystals: None
Bubbles: Few
Flow: None
Testing: Tested
Date: 06/01/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3269                42.7       42.70
Frit 3195                22.8       22.80
EPK                      16.7       16.70
Silica                    4.9        4.90
Dolomite                  7.0        7.00
Whiting                   4.9        4.90
Custer feldspar           0.8        0.80
Bone ash                  0.2        0.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 0.5        0.50

Comments:

Mixture:
   50.0% 3269 Surprise
   50.0% Satin Clear Heather's Recalc Clear. Non-crazing on Resolute Terracotta.
Does not move in firing. VERY small bubbles in it if thick.Waxy if thin. Fritted
glaze generally applies thinly.


Glaze name: Clear Arbuckle Surprise Semi-Gloss

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Crystals: None
Bubbles: Few
Flow: None
Testing: Tested
Date: 07/08/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3269                28.2       28.20
Frit 3195                29.6       29.60
EPK                       5.9        5.90
Silica                   12.5       12.50
Dolomite                 12.2       12.20
Wollastonite              6.2        6.20
Custer feldspar           5.3        5.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.8        1.80

Comments:

Warm clear on terracotta. Applies thinly. 3 coats gives some translucent cool
white. Very small trapped bubbles.Good color response on slips. Does not craze on
Resolute Terracotta.


Glaze name: Clear Base 1 Orr

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 06/02/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate           9.0        9.00
Soda ash                 16.0       16.00
Frit 3110                66.0       66.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Flint                     4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Lisa Orr in CM.
Variations --
Honey yellow = Spanish Red Iron Ox 11%
Turquoise = copper carb 6%
Soft blue = cobalt carb .5%
purple = manganese silicate 5% (for this colorant delete flint in base)
Green = chroome ox .25%, copper carb 6%, RIO 11%


Glaze name: Clear Base 2 Orr

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 06/02/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          12.0       12.00
Frit 3110                73.0       73.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Lisa Orr in CM
Variations --
Honey yellow = Spanish Red Iron Ox 11%
Turquoise = copper carb 6%
Soft blue = cobalt carb .5%
purple = manganese silicate 5% (for this colorant delete flint in base)
Green = chroome ox .25%, copper carb 6%, RIO 11%


Glaze name: Clear Base C2 Lauren Mabry

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Transparent
Flaws: Crazes
Date: 05/05/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                80.0       80.00
Petalite                  5.0        5.00
Spodumene                 5.0        5.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Lauren Mabry. Works nicely w/colors. Doesn't run much. Crazes if thick.
Brushes with a good flow. Melts into even layer in firing.
Variations --
Stains 5-15% for colors
Oxides 1-2$


Glaze name: Clear Batz from V Christen recalc 5

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 08/10/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit F-38 Fusion          9.8        7.40
Frit 3134                53.1       40.00
Kaolin - theoretical     13.3       10.00
Talc theoretical          5.6        4.20
Potash feldspar - theoretical    8.2        6.20
Silica                   10.1        7.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       75.40

Comments:

Recalc to use Strontium in fritted form for better melt and less frit more clay
for better application.
Variations --
for Amber + 6% Burnt Umber


Glaze name: Clear Batz from Victoria Christen

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 08/10/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                87.1       86.20
EPK                      10.4       10.30
Strontium carbonate       2.5        2.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.00

Comments:

Variations --
for Amber + 6% Burnt Umber


Glaze name: Clear Batz from Victoria Christen recalc 2 less frit

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 08/10/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit F-38 Fusion          7.1        7.10
Frit 3134                46.5       46.40
Kaolin - theoretical     27.4       27.30
Wollastonite              5.0        5.00
Potash feldspar - theoretical    6.0        6.00
Silica                    8.0        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.80

Comments:

Recalc to use Strontium in fritted form for better melt and less frit more clay
for better application.
Variations --
for Amber + 6% Burnt Umber


Glaze name: Clear Batz from Victoria Christen Recalc less frit

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 08/10/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit F-15 Fusion         43.8       43.80
Kaolin - theoretical      2.6        2.60
Strontium carbonate       4.4        4.40
Magnesium carbonate       2.7        2.70
Whiting                  14.7       14.70
Custer feldspar          28.0       28.00
Bone ash                  0.1        0.05
Alumina hydrate           3.7        3.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.95

Comments:

Variations --
for Amber + 6% Burnt Umber


Glaze name: Clear Best Pete Pinnell

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 03/23/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3289                16.7       15.00
Gerstley borate          38.9       35.00
Spodumene                22.2       20.00
Kaolin                   22.2       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       90.00

Comments:

Pete Pinnell in Clay Times May/Jn 2002 p.38. Ben Carter uses this.


Glaze name: Clear Best Pete Pinnell

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 03/23/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3289                16.7       15.00
Gerstley borate          38.9       35.00
Spodumene                22.2       20.00
Kaolin                   22.2       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       90.00

Comments:

Pete Pinnell in Clay Times May/Jn 2002 p.38. Ben Carter uses this.


Glaze name: Clear Best Variation #22 no GB

Glaze type: Low fire (Boron)
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Crystals: Small
Testing: Untested
Date: 08/28/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3185                35.7       35.70
Wollastonite             19.5       19.50
Barium carbonate         14.2       14.20
Spodumene                18.6       18.60
Potash feldspar - theoretical    4.5        4.50
Kaolin - theoretical      4.0        4.00
Alumina                   3.5        3.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Recalculation of glaze w/o Gerstley  Borate. Crystalline matte. Large crazes.
Frosty white translucent.

Original from Pete Pinnell article in Clay Times May/June, 2002,  v.8 no. 3 p38
Pete recommends using one color over another for added richness, and using colors
over white slip on terracotta
Variations --
Turquoise + copper carb 2%
Gray + RIO 2, copper carb 0.3, rutile 3
Blue RIO 3, copper carb 0.5
Cream + rutile 4%
Amber + RIO 3, Manganese Diox 1
Green + RIO 2, copper carb 2, rutile 2


Glaze name: Clear Best Variation #22 no GB

Glaze type: Low fire (Boron)
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Crystals: Small
Testing: Untested
Date: 08/28/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3185                35.7       35.70
Wollastonite             19.5       19.50
Barium carbonate         14.2       14.20
Spodumene                18.6       18.60
Potash feldspar - theoretical    4.5        4.50
Kaolin - theoretical      4.0        4.00
Alumina                   3.5        3.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Recalculation of glaze w/o Gerstley  Borate. Crystalline matte. Large crazes.
Frosty white translucent.

Original from Pete Pinnell article in Clay Times May/June, 2002,  v.8 no. 3 p38
Pete recommends using one color over another for added richness, and using colors
over white slip on terracotta
Variations --
Turquoise + copper carb 2%
Gray + RIO 2, copper carb 0.3, rutile 3
Blue RIO 3, copper carb 0.5
Cream + rutile 4%
Amber + RIO 3, Manganese Diox 1
Green + RIO 2, copper carb 2, rutile 2


Glaze name: Clear Best Variation #22 no GB no Ba

Glaze type: Low fire (Boron)
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Testing: Tested
Date: 08/28/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3185                37.0       35.70
Wollastonite             20.2       19.50
Strontium carbonate      11.0       10.60
Spodumene                19.3       18.60
Potash feldspar - theoretical    4.7        4.50
Kaolin - theoretical      4.1        4.00
Alumina                   3.6        3.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       96.40

Comments:

Recalculation of glaze w/o Gerstley  Borate

From Pete Pinnell article in Clay Times May/June, 2002,  v.8 no. 3 p38
Pete recommends using one color over another for added richness, and using colors
over white slip on terracotta
Variations --
Turquoise + copper carb 2%
Gray + RIO 2, copper carb 0.3, rutile 3
Blue RIO 3, copper carb 0.5
Cream + rutile 4%
Amber + RIO 3, Manganese Diox 1
Green + RIO 2, copper carb 2, rutile 2


Glaze name: Clear Best Variation #22 Pete Pinnell

Glaze type: Low fire (Boron)
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Bubbles: Many
Flow: Slight
Flaws: Crazes
Testing: Untested
Date: 08/28/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3289                24.0       24.00
Gerstley borate          33.0       33.00
Spodumene                19.0       19.00
Kaolin                   12.0       12.00
Silica                   12.0       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Pete Pinnell article in Clay Times May/June, 2002,  v.8 no. 3 p38
Pete recommends using one color over another for added richness, and using colors
over white slip on terracotta.  Many small crazes in the glaze on Resolute.
Variations --
Turquoise + copper carb 2%
Gray + RIO 2, copper carb 0.3, rutile 3
Blue RIO 3, copper carb 0.5
Cream + rutile 4%
Amber + RIO 3, Manganese Diox 1
Green + RIO 2, copper carb 2, rutile 2


Glaze name: Clear Best Variation #22 Pete Pinnell

Glaze type: Low fire (Boron)
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Bubbles: Many
Flow: Slight
Flaws: Crazes
Testing: Untested
Date: 08/28/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3289                24.0       24.00
Gerstley borate          33.0       33.00
Spodumene                19.0       19.00
Kaolin                   12.0       12.00
Silica                   12.0       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Pete Pinnell article in Clay Times May/June, 2002,  v.8 no. 3 p38
Pete recommends using one color over another for added richness, and using colors
over white slip on terracotta.  Many small crazes in the glaze on Resolute.
Variations --
Turquoise + copper carb 2%
Gray + RIO 2, copper carb 0.3, rutile 3
Blue RIO 3, copper carb 0.5
Cream + rutile 4%
Amber + RIO 3, Manganese Diox 1
Green + RIO 2, copper carb 2, rutile 2


Glaze name: Clear Best Variation #22 Pete Pinnell revised

Glaze type: Low fire (Boron)
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 08/28/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                63.8       63.70
Lithium carbonate         3.4        3.40
Wollastonite              7.5        7.50
Strontium carbonate      10.2       10.20
Silica                   15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.80

Comments:

From Pete Pinnell article in Clay Times May/June, 2002,  v.8 no. 3 p38
Pete recommends using one color over another for added richness, and using colors
over white slip on terracotta
Variations --
Turquoise + copper carb 2%
Gray + RIO 2, copper carb 0.3, rutile 3
Blue RIO 3, copper carb 0.5
Cream + rutile 4%
Amber + RIO 3, Manganese Diox 1
Green + RIO 2, copper carb 2, rutile 2


Glaze name: Clear Better recalc from Kari's Best

Cone: 04-02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Tested
Date: 07/5/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Wollastonite             12.5       12.50
Frit 3195                23.3       23.30
Frit F-38 Fusion         17.7       17.70
Nepheline syenite         7.9        7.90
Spodumene - theoretical   15.5       15.50
Kaolin - theoretical      4.6        4.60
Silica                   18.5       18.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Linda Arbuckle -Transparent Kari's Best Recalc 3- NO Mg recalc 2. Traps bubble at
medium-to-thick. Fired to cone 04 visual, 200 deg/hr, ramp down 200 deg the first
hour. Needs better gas release.
Variations --
celason: + cupper carb 1.5
blue: cobalt 1.5 + copper carb 2
grape: manganese diox 7 + copper carb 0.5
emerald: copper carb 6
Yellow: Naples Mason 2 + vanadium Mason 5
Soft Lime: chrome oxice 0.125 + vandium yellow 6440 0.5%
Chartreuse: chrome oxide 0.125 + vandium yellow 6440 5%
Icy blue: + silica 3% + copper carb 0.4%


Glaze name: Clear Better recalc from Kari's Best

Cone: 04-02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Flow: None
Testing: Tested
Date: 07/5/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Wollastonite             12.5       12.50
Frit 3195                23.3       23.30
Frit F-38 Fusion         17.7       17.70
Nepheline syenite         7.9        7.90
Spodumene - theoretical   15.5       15.50
Kaolin - theoretical      4.6        4.60
Silica                   18.5       18.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Linda Arbuckle -Transparent Kari's Best Recalc 3- NO Mg recalc 2. Traps bubble at
medium-to-thick. Fired to cone 04 visual, 200 deg/hr, ramp down 200 deg the first
hour. Needs better gas release. Nice lime with 5 Drakenfeld 41545 yellow + 0.5
copper carb, but surface is pitty from gas release.
Variations --
celadon: + copper carb 1.5 blue: cobalt 1.5 + copper carb 2 grape: manganese diox
7 + copper carb 0.5 emerald: copper carb 6 Yellow: Naples Mason 2 + vanadium
Mason 5 Soft Lime: chrome oxice 0.125 + vandium yellow 6440 0.5%
Chartreuse: chrome oxide 0.125 + vandium yellow 6440 5%
Icy blue: + silica 3% + copper carb 0.4%


Glaze name: Clear Better recalc from Kari's Best #2

Cone: 04-02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Tested
Date: 07/5/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Wollastonite             12.5       12.50
Frit 3195                23.3       23.30
Frit F-38 Fusion         17.7       17.70
Nepheline syenite         7.9        7.90
Spodumene - theoretical   15.5       15.50
Kaolin - theoretical      4.6        4.60
Silica                   18.5       18.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Linda Arbuckle -Transparent Kari's Best Recalc 3- NO Mg recalc 2. Traps bubble at
medium-to-thick. Fired to cone 04 visual, 200 deg/hr, ramp down 200 deg the first
hour. Needs better gas release.
Variations --
celason: + cupper carb 1.5
blue: cobalt 1.5 + copper carb 2
grape: manganese diox 7 + copper carb 0.5
emerald: copper carb 6
Yellow: Naples Mason 2 + vanadium Mason 5
Soft Lime: chrome oxice 0.125 + vandium yellow 6440 0.5%
Chartreuse: chrome oxide 0.125 + vandium yellow 6440 5%
Icy blue: + silica 3% + copper carb 0.4%


Glaze name: Clear Better recalc from Kari's Best - recalc 1

Cone: 04-02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Tested
Date: 07/5/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Wollastonite              7.4        7.40
Frit F-38 Fusion         18.7       18.70
Frit 3134                25.3       25.40
Nepheline syenite         3.0        3.00
Spodumene - theoretical   16.3       16.30
Kaolin - theoretical     15.8       15.80
Silica                   13.6       13.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.20

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Linda Arbuckle -Transparent Kari's Best Recalc 3- NO Mg recalc 2. Traps bubble at
medium-to-thick. Fired to cone 04 visual, 200 deg/hr, ramp down 200 deg the first
hour. Needs better gas release.
Variations --
celason: + cupper carb 1.5
blue: cobalt 1.5 + copper carb 2
grape: manganese diox 7 + copper carb 0.5
emerald: copper carb 6
Yellow: Naples Mason 2 + vanadium Mason 5
Soft Lime: chrome oxice 0.125 + vandium yellow 6440 0.5%
Chartreuse: chrome oxide 0.125 + vandium yellow 6440 5%
Icy blue: + silica 3% + copper carb 0.4%


Glaze name: Clear Better recalc from Kari's Best - recalc 1- sliding Ca

Cone: 04-02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 07/5/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                   6.2        6.20
Frit F-38 Fusion         18.2       18.20
Frit 3134                24.7       24.70
Nepheline syenite         2.9        2.90
Spodumene - theoretical   15.8       15.80
Kaolin - theoretical     15.3       15.30
Silica                   16.9       16.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.9        1.90

Comments:

Linda Arbuckle -Transparent Kari's Best Recalc 3- NO Mg recalc 2. Traps bubble at
medium-to-thick. Fired to cone 04 visual, 200 deg/hr, ramp down 200 deg the first
hour. Needs better gas release.
Variations --
celason: + cupper carb 1.5
blue: cobalt 1.5 + copper carb 2
grape: manganese diox 7 + copper carb 0.5
emerald: copper carb 6
Yellow: Naples Mason 2 + vanadium Mason 5
Soft Lime: chrome oxice 0.125 + vandium yellow 6440 0.5%
Chartreuse: chrome oxide 0.125 + vandium yellow 6440 5%
Icy blue: + silica 3% + copper carb 0.4%


Glaze name: Clear Charlie Cummings 1

Cone: 1
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 05/12/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                80.0       80.00
Tile 6 clay              10.0       10.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Charlie Cummings [[email protected]] This glaze is perfectly clear if applied
extremely thin.  If you put it on slightly too thick, it will blister.  It also
settles to stone in the bucket.  A great glaze if you spray.


Glaze name: Clear Crackle

Cone: 04
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Color: Clear transparent
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          55.0       55.00
EPK                      30.0       30.00
Flint                    15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

For a nice effect wipe a solution of an oxide over the piece after
the glost firing. Then wipe off the excess. The oxide will remain in
the cracks. andrew s lubow 



Glaze name: Clear Deb's

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Flow: Slight
Testing: Tested
Date: 12/17/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                30.0       30.00
Frit 3195                45.0       45.00
EPK                      25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Lynn Duryea and Joan Bruneau.Add v-gum 1%. Apply THINLY for clear.
Translucent thick. Apply thickly w colorants for a rich, translucent glaze.
Variations --
Purple-blue 1% cobalt carb + 1% manganese diox.
Yellow = 3% rio OR Mason Zr yellow stain 2-6%
Butter yellow = + Mason 6464 2%
Lt. green = 2% copper carb
Dk green = 6% copper carb
honey= + 6% burnt umber
Bruneau moss= 2.5% copper carb + 4% burnt umber
Turquoise = +2.5% CuCO3
Blue = +2.5 CuCO3 +0.25 CoCO3
Teal = 3 CuCO3 + CrO 0.25


Glaze name: Clear Digitalfire

Cone: .06-04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 06/17/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                40.0       40.00
Frit 3124                40.0       40.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
Silica                    5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

Used on Highwater Clay Earthen Red fired to cone 02, and 105G Standard white
fired to cone 04. Brushed and dipped. Very clear, no bubbles or crazing. Pottery
Making Illus. Nov/Dec 2012


Glaze name: Clear Doherty

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 12/17/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 5301                12.9       12.90
Flint                    12.9       12.90
EPK                      25.8       25.80
Gerstley borate          48.3       48.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

From Lynn Duryea Variations -- add 5-10% dolomite of make less shiny.


Glaze name: Clear Doherty #2

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 03/06/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 5301                11.9       11.90
Flint                    11.9       11.90
EPK                      23.7       23.70
Gerstley borate          44.2       44.20
Dolomite                  8.3        8.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Karon Doherty


Glaze name: Clear Doherty recalc

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 12/17/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                80.1       68.20
Kaolin - theoretical      2.0        1.70
Dolomite                  9.3        7.90
Whiting                   2.1        1.80
Nepheline syenite         4.3        3.70
Alumina                   2.1        1.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       85.10

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.4        2.00

Comments:

From Lynn Duryea Variations -- add 5-10% dolomite of make less shiny.


Glaze name: Clear Eschelman Bright Shiny

Cone: 4
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 02/19/2019

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                38.0       38.00
Minspar 200              31.2       31.20
EPK                      10.3       10.30
Nepheline syenite         7.0        7.00
Silica                   13.5       13.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

I add 5% Superpax for opacity and 10% Mason Stain for color.  I also add about
0.5% Ferro Frit 258 (a fine granular brown colored Frit) for specks.


Glaze name: Clear glaze 04

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 09/18/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                80.0       80.00
Kaolin                   10.0       10.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clear glaze 04 w/3134

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 09/18/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                49.5       49.50
Kaolin - theoretical     38.9       38.90
Silica                   11.6       11.60
Magnesium carbonate       0.0        0.02
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.02

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.9        1.90

Comments:


Glaze name: Clear gloss Alfred

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy or shiny
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        25.0       25.00
Gerstley borate          25.0       25.00
Frit 3195                30.0       30.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

from Richard Burkett. Ben Carter uses this.


Glaze name: Clear gloss Alfred NO GB

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy or shiny
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Tested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        11.5       11.50
Frit 3195                41.9       41.80
Frit 3134                30.1       30.00
Silica                    3.5        3.50
Kaolin - theoretical     13.0       13.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.80

Comments:

from Richard Burkett. Ben Carter uses this. Recalc to avoid Gerstley Borate.
Clear. Does not craze. Under 45x magnification, traps some small bubbles.


Glaze name: Clear gloss Alfred NO GB + Li

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy or shiny
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Tested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar - theoretical   12.2       12.20
Spodumene - theoretical    2.5        2.50
Frit 3195                43.8       43.80
Frit 3134                28.0       28.00
Silica                    0.6        0.60
Kaolin - theoretical     12.4       12.40
Wollastonite              0.5        0.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

from Richard Burkett. Ben Carter uses this. Recalc to avoid Gerstley Borate.
Clear. Does not craze. Under 45x magnification, traps some small bubbles.


Glaze name: Clear gloss Alfred NO GB recalc less Al

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy or shiny
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Tested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar - theoretical   11.7       11.70
Frit 3195                17.3       17.30
Frit 3134                46.1       46.10
Silica                    1.6        1.60
Kaolin - theoretical     19.8       19.80
Boric acid                3.4        3.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Comments:

from Richard Burkett. Ben Carter uses this. Recalc to avoid Gerstley Borate.
Clear. Does not craze. Under 45x magnification, traps some small bubbles.


Glaze name: Clear Gloss Baltimore Clayworks

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 02/25/2018

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          20.0       20.00
Lithium carbonate         4.0        4.00
Nepheline syenite        20.0       20.00
Frit 3124                30.0       30.00
Silica                   10.0       10.00
EPK                      16.0       16.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Very glossy. Crazes if thick.
Variations --
Deep blue: Cobalt ox 2.13 + tin ox 2.13 + Zircopax 4.26 - from Ibarhim Said in CM


Glaze name: Clear Gloss Baltimore Clayworks recalc no ns

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 02/25/2018

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate         4.0        4.00
Whiting                   6.8        6.80
Soda feldspar - theoretical   25.3       25.30
Frit 3124                17.3       17.30
Frit 3195                39.9       39.90
Silica                    6.0        6.00
Ball clay                 0.6        0.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Comments:

Very glossy. Crazes if thick.


Glaze name: Clear Gloss Cone 1 SSG-116

Cone: 1
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 11/06/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Spodumene                48.0       48.00
Frit 3134                50.0       50.00
Magnesium carbonate       2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

+ CMC 1 tsp. From James Chappell "The Potters Complete Book of Clay and Glazes"


Glaze name: Clear Gloss Cone 1 SSG-116 recalc to add clay

Cone: 1
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 11/06/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Spodumene - theoretical   43.4       43.50
Frit 3134                49.8       50.00
Magnesium carbonate       2.0        2.00
Kaolin - theoretical      4.8        4.83
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.32

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

+ CMC 1 tsp. From James Chappell "The Potters Complete Book of Clay and Glazes"


Glaze name: Clear Gloss Cone 1 SSG-117

Cone: 1
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 11/06/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kaolin                   34.0       34.00
Frit 14 Hommel           64.0       64.00
Magnesium carbonate       2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

+ CMC 1 tsp. From James Chappell "The Potters Complete Book of Clay and Glazes".


Glaze name: Clear Gloss Cone 1 SSG-118

Cone: 1
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 11/06/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Colemanite               55.5       55.50
Kaolin                   17.5       17.50
Silica                   27.0       27.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

From James Chappell "The Potters Complete Book of Clay and Glazes". Good base for
colorants.


Glaze name: Clear Gloss Cone 1 SSG-119

Cone: 1
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 11/06/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Colemanite               54.5       60.00
Kaolin                   17.3       19.00
Silica                   28.2       31.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      110.00

Comments:

From James Chappell "The Potters Complete Book of Clay and Glazes"


Glaze name: Clear Gloss Cushing

Cone: 04
Firing: oxidation
Transparency: Transparent
Color: clear
Testing: UnTested
Date: 3/26/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate           5.0        5.00
Lithium carbonate         4.0        4.00
Zinc oxide                2.0        2.00
Frit 3134                75.0       75.00
Nepheline syenite         8.0        8.00
EPK                       6.0        6.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Woody Hughes article CM J/J/A 93, haven't tried it. Aside from the slow
cooling, the top one works great for me. I usually dip, a fairly thin coat. Works
ok stilted, although I usually wax my bottoms. No trouble running, unless it's
really thick. I have also learned to keep it away from my vent holes in the lid
for my kiln vent, there were popped bubble marks on the cups right under the
holes. refiring took care of it. Michelle Campbell Lacka Creek Pottery
[email protected]


Glaze name: Clear Gloss Resolute #4

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Bubbles: Few
Flow: Slight
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 12/20/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                54.3       54.20
Kaolin - theoretical     22.5       22.50
Custer feldspar          12.1       12.10
Wollastonite              2.3        2.30
Silica                    8.8        8.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

A few bubbles where thick.Good thin to medium.Viewed under 45x magnification,
many bubbles held in the glaze, although it was fired 04 slow and cooled slowly.
Variations --
2% copper carb = turquoise transp.
+ 3% recovered iron - honey color


Glaze name: Clear Gloss Resolute #5

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Bubbles: Few
Flow: Slight
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 12/20/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                58.9       58.90
Kaolin - theoretical      4.5        4.50
Potash feldspar - theoretical   31.9       31.90
Wollastonite              2.6        2.60
Silica                    2.1        2.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 0.7        0.70

Comments:

Version 4 still held a lot of bubbles and looked frosty if at all thick. Tested
with clay increments, and 12 EPK looked better than 6 or 18. This has more KNaO.
Should test with Wollastonite increments. LA
Variations --
2% copper carb = turquoise transp.
+ 3% recovered iron - honey color


Glaze name: Clear Gloss Resolute #5 - whiting

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Bubbles: Few
Flow: Slight
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 12/20/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                58.3       58.30
Kaolin - theoretical      4.5        4.50
Potash feldspar - theoretical   31.6       31.60
Whiting                   2.2        2.20
Silica                    3.4        3.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 0.7        0.70

Comments:

Version 4 still held a lot of bubbles and looked frosty if at all thick. Tested
with clay increments, and 12 EPK looked better than 6 or 18. This has more KNaO.
Should test with Ca increments. LA
Variations --
2% copper carb = turquoise transp.
+ 3% recovered iron - honey color


Glaze name: Clear Gloss Resolute #5 less boron

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Bubbles: Few
Flow: Slight
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 12/20/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit F-38 Fusion         31.2       31.20
Frit 3110                43.7       43.70
Kaolin - theoretical      6.9        6.90
Gerstley borate          11.3       11.30
Lithium carbonate         2.7        2.70
Whiting                   2.6        2.60
Silica                    1.5        1.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Bentonite                 0.3        0.30

Comments:

Version 4 still held a lot of bubbles and looked frosty if at all thick. Tested
with clay increments, and 12 EPK looked better than 6 or 18. This has more KNaO.
Should test with Wollastonite increments. LA Tested with and w/o wollastonite.
Needs to be very thinly applied. Traps a lot of bubbles and is frost with tiny
surface pits thick. Color response good.
Variations --
2% copper carb = turquoise transp.
+ 3% recovered iron - honey color


Glaze name: Clear Gloss Resolute #5 less boron less Sr

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Bubbles: Few
Flow: Slight
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 12/20/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit F-38 Fusion         24.6       10.00
Frit 3110                54.1       22.00
Kaolin - theoretical     14.7        6.00
Lithium carbonate         6.6        2.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       40.70

Also add:

Bentonite                 0.7        0.30

Comments:

Version 4 still held a lot of bubbles and looked frosty if at all thick. Tested
with clay increments, and 12 EPK looked better than 6 or 18. This has more KNaO.
Should test with Wollastonite increments. LA Tested with and w/o wollastonite.
Needs to be very thinly applied. Traps a lot of bubbles and is frost with tiny
surface pits thick. Color response good.
Variations --
2% copper carb = turquoise transp.
+ 3% recovered iron - honey color


Glaze name: Clear Gloss test from formula 7-27-13

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Date: 07/27/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit F-38 Fusion          6.3        6.30
Frit 3134                 5.0        5.00
Nepheline syenite        32.3       32.30
Magnesium carbonate       0.1        0.10
Wollastonite             19.6       19.60
Zinc oxide                1.8        1.80
Kaolin - theoretical      8.0        8.00
Zircopax                  7.4        7.40
Silica                   19.5       19.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Waxy translucent white.


Glaze name: Clear Gloss test from formula-7-28-13

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Date: 07/27/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit F-38 Fusion         18.0       17.90
Frit 3110                36.1       35.80
Potash feldspar - theoretical   26.8       26.60
Magnesium carbonate       0.2        0.20
Wollastonite              9.4        9.30
Zinc oxide                2.5        2.50
Kaolin - theoretical      1.3        1.30
Zircopax                  1.1        1.10
Silica                    4.6        4.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.30

Comments:

Waxy translucent white.


Glaze name: Clear GlossStable #4 - less clay

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Bubbles: Few
Flow: Slight
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 12/20/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                56.8       54.20
Kaolin - theoretical     18.9       18.00
Custer feldspar          12.7       12.10
Wollastonite              2.4        2.30
Silica                    9.2        8.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       95.40

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.1        2.00

Comments:

A few bubbles where thick.Good thin to medium.
Variations --
2% copper carb = turquoisen transp.


Glaze name: Clear Haystack Base

Cone: 04-03
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Flow: Extreme
Date: 02/08/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                83.3       83.30
Ball clay                16.7       16.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 11.1       11.10
Rutile                    2.3        2.30

Comments:

Waterfall run. Can mottle on surfaces. Runny on tall items. Bright, clear, very
strong. Great color response, but candy-like surface, so used under other very
crackly baby-blue, which gives a nice turquoise w/few crackles. Use thinly near
bottom of pots. From Lisa Orr, who works on lowfire whiteware w/red sig, bisqued to
01, glaze-fired to 04.
Variations --
pale turquoise: + copper carb 1%
deeper blue: + 4%


Glaze name: Clear Ian's

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 03/08/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                55.6       55.60
EPK                      18.5       18.50
Nepheline syenite        18.5       18.50
Lithium carbonate         7.4        7.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Ian Symmons clear.


Glaze name: Clear Ian's 04

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Clear
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                68.0       68.00
EPK                       8.0        8.00
Nepheline syenite         8.0        8.00
Lithium carbonate         3.0        3.00
Cryolite                 13.0       13.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Walter Ostrom notes: Ian uses this as a thick semi-matt glaze. He add Li and
cryolite to flux the glaze and "soften" commercial underglazes.

Note: Cryolite contains F which can degrade kiln interior and give off hazardous
fumes. Lithium carb will deflocculate the glaze. Add Epsom salts to flocculate.


Glaze name: Clear Jeff's 04

Cone: 04
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: shiny glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3289                20.0       20.00
Gerstley borate          40.0       40.00
Ball clay                40.0       40.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Na B. Opacity: . Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Clear Jeff's 04

Cone: 04
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: shiny glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3289                20.0       20.00
Gerstley borate          40.0       40.00
Ball clay                40.0       40.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Na B. Opacity: . Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Clear Leadless

Glaze type: Ca Na Li B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                30.0       30.00
Frit 3124                30.0       30.00
Nepheline syenite        10.0       10.00
Lithium carbonate        10.0       10.00
Zinc oxide                5.0        5.00
Borax                     5.0        5.00
Gerstley borate          10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

If over fired it blisters.  But is a good clear transparent.  Runs
too. Glaze Type: Ca Na Li B. Opacity: Transparent. Firing type:
Oxidation .


Glaze name: Clear M4

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Flow: Slight
Testing: Tested
Date: 06/27/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                54.3       54.20
EPK                      22.5       22.50
Custer feldspar          12.1       12.10
Wollastonite              2.3        2.30
Silica                    8.8        8.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Good smooth surface. Bleeds black slip slightly. Doesn't run, but collects a few
bubbles in the glaze thick. No crazing on resolute.


Glaze name: Clear M4 less Al

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Flow: Slight
Testing: Tested
Date: 06/25/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                59.6       60.00
EPK                      16.9       17.00
Custer feldspar          13.9       14.00
Wollastonite              2.6        2.60
Silica                    7.0        7.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.60

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Transparent. Milky where thick. Smooth surface. Very stable even thick.


Glaze name: Clear Marked Matt Glaze Cone 1 SSG-128

Glaze type: Bristol
Cone: 1
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Visual texture: Mottled
Crystals: Small
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/06/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Zinc oxide               21.9       20.00
Lithium carbonate        13.1       12.00
Whiting                   4.9        4.50
Kaolin                   18.1       16.50
Silica                   41.9       38.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       91.30

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          8.2        7.50
Bentonite                 1.3        1.20

Comments:

From James Chappell "The Potters Complete Book of Clay and Glazes"


Glaze name: Clear Mere Kari w Sr

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 03/18/2010

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          22.2       22.20
Frit F-38 Fusion         10.5       10.50
Frit 3134                35.6       35.60
Kaolin - theoretical     18.2       18.20
Silica                   12.2       12.20
Dolomite                  0.0        0.03
Wollastonite              1.3        1.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.03

Comments:

ADD: veegum-T 1.6%, CMC gum .6%, stains 7-15%. From Kari Radasch.


Glaze name: Clear MereKari

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 03/18/2010

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        11.0       11.00
Frit 3124                59.0       59.00
Frit P-626               14.0       14.00
EPK                       6.0        6.00
Silica                   10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

ADD: veegum-T 1.6%, CMC gum .6%, stains 7-15%. From Kari Radasch.
Colored base  glaze.
Variations --
Avocado = Mason 6280 4.5%
Shelkl Pink = Mason 6000 8%
Tangerine Mason 6027 5%
Clover pink Mason 6023 6%
Yellow= Mason 6433 6%
Robin's egg= 6376 4%
Pea green Mason 6211 5%
Bright green Spectrum 2086 5%


Glaze name: Clear Meyers

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 12/20/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                89.8       89.80
EPK                      10.2       10.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Add 1-2 Tablespoons of Epsom Salts saturated solution to a 5 gallon bucket.
Apply thinly.


Glaze name: Clear Meyers 3

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 12/20/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                54.3       54.30
EPK                      12.9       12.90
Custer feldspar          17.8       17.80
Silica                   15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 0.8        0.80

Comments:

Add 1-2 Tablespoons of Epsom Salts saturated solution to a 5 gallon bucket.
Apply thinly.


Glaze name: Clear Meyers recalc

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 12/20/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                51.4       51.40
Kaolin - theoretical     28.7       28.70
Potash feldspar - theoretical    4.9        4.90
Whiting                   3.2        3.20
Silica                   11.8       11.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Add 1-2 Tablespoons of Epsom Salts saturated solution to a 5 gallon bucket.
Apply thinly.


Glaze name: Clear Millbrook

Cone: 02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 04/20/2015

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                77.5       79.00
Custer feldspar          10.3       10.50
GoldArt                  10.3       10.50
Zinc oxide                2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      102.00

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          2.0        2.00

Comments:

From 4th Ed Electric Kiln Ceramics. Highly durable.


Glaze name: Clear NC-14

Cone: 04-1
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 04/27/2015

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate         7.0        7.00
Gillespie borate         15.0       15.00
Frit 3110                40.0       40.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Silica                   28.0       28.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Pottery Making Illus May/June 2015. Add 1/4 c CMC gum per 1000 gms of water. Paul
Linhares. He says this glaze starts to melt at 08, mature at 04, and can be fired
to cone 1. Moves in firing. Used w Color Mix under for Tang-dynasty-like effects.
Blue Mix: Cobalt Ox 5 gm + RIO 4 gm + MnO2 1 gm
Brushable color mixes:
Blue: Blue mix 10% + 90% NC-14 Clear
Green: Copper carb 20% + NC-Clear 80%
Brown: RIO 50% + NC-Clear 50%
Mix up 1000 gms dry NC-14 for coloring mix.


Glaze name: Clear NC-14 recalc 2

Cone: 04-1
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 04/27/2015

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate         8.3        6.90
Talc theoretical          2.2        1.80
Strontium carbonate       6.0        5.00
Frit 3110                44.6       37.00
Frit F-15 Fusion         19.8       16.40
Kaolin - theoretical      9.4        7.80
Silica                    9.7        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       82.90

Also add:

Bentonite                 0.8        0.70

Comments:

Pottery Making Illus May/June 2015. Add 1/4 c CMC gum per 1000 gms of water. Paul
Linhares. He says this glaze starts to melt at 08, mature at 04, and can be fired
to cone 1. Moves in firing. Used w Color Mix under for Tang-dynasty-like effects.
Blue Mix: Cobalt Ox 5 gm + RIO 4 gm + MnO2 1 gm
Brushable color mixes:
Blue: Blue mix 10% + 90% NC-14 Clear
Green: Copper carb 20% + NC-Clear 80%
Brown: RIO 50% + NC-Clear 50%
Mix up 1000 gms dry NC-14 for coloring mix.


Glaze name: Clear NC-14 recalc no Gillispie Bor

Cone: 04-1
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 04/27/2015

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate         7.4        7.30
Dolomite                  2.9        2.90
Wollastonite              2.7        2.70
Frit 3110                40.2       39.80
Frit 3195                16.5       16.40
Kaolin - theoretical      2.8        2.80
Silica                   27.4       27.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.10

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.1        2.10

Comments:

Pottery Making Illus May/June 2015. Add 1/4 c CMC gum per 1000 gms of water. Paul
Linhares. He says this glaze starts to melt at 08, mature at 04, and can be fired
to cone 1. Moves in firing. Used w Color Mix under for Tang-dynasty-like effects.
Blue Mix: Cobalt Ox 5 gm + RIO 4 gm + MnO2 1 gm
Brushable color mixes:
Blue: Blue mix 10% + 90% NC-14 Clear
Green: Copper carb 20% + NC-Clear 80%
Brown: RIO 50% + NC-Clear 50%
Mix up 1000 gms dry NC-14 for coloring mix.


Glaze name: Clear Niel's

Date: 11/18/2008

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

EPK                      20.0       20.00
Silica                    4.0        4.00
Frit 3195                45.6       45.60
Frit 3124                30.4       30.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clear NO BORON 04

Glaze type: LeadFree
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                    42.7       42.70
EPK                      22.5       22.50
Lithium carbonate        10.1       10.10
Whiting                  10.1       10.10
Zinc oxide               10.1       10.10
Strontium carbonate       4.5        4.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Use with colors that need a Boron-free glaze.


Glaze name: Clear Ostrom

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 06/28/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                30.0       30.00
Frit 3195                45.0       45.00
Ball clay                25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clear Parson's Satin

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Crystals: Small
Date: 03/02/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                    38.2       42.00
Gerstley borate          43.6       48.00
Nepheline syenite         4.5        5.00
Lithium carbonate         9.1       10.00
EPK                       4.5        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      110.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.8        2.00

Comments:

I have found this a very reliable satin glaze on terracotta
(Sophie's Orange from Axner), porcelain (P5 from Highwater) &
a white stoneware (Max's White with Kyanite from Axner). No
crazing or pin-holing problems on any of the clays. It takes stains
& colorant chemicals beautifully.
nanci


Glaze name: Clear Parson's Satin no GB

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Crystals: Small
Date: 03/02/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   13.8       13.00
Lithium carbonate         9.1        8.50
Wollastonite             21.3       20.00
Kona F-4 feldspar         6.9        6.50
Kaolin - theoretical      5.3        5.00
Frit 3185                43.6       40.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       93.90

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.9        1.80

Comments:

I have found this a very reliable satin glaze on terracotta
(Sophie's Orange from Axner), porcelain (P5 from Highwater) &
a white stoneware (Max's White with Kyanite from Axner). No
crazing or pin-holing problems on any of the clays. It takes stains
& colorant chemicals beautifully.
nanci
Recalc to remove GB, lower Li a bit, raise low Al a bit.


Glaze name: Clear Patrick Loughran's

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 12/17/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                80.4       82.00
Ball clay                 4.4        4.50
EPK                       4.4        4.50
Nepheline syenite         8.8        9.00
Magnesium carb            2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      102.00

Comments:

Use thinly.From Lynn Duryea. Variations -- Add 4% lithium carb for a
harder, more melted glaze.


Glaze name: Clear Patrick Loughran's recalc

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 12/17/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                79.1       82.00
Kaolin - theoretical      6.9        7.20
Nepheline syenite         9.1        9.40
Dolomite                  4.0        4.10
Silica                    1.0        1.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      103.70

Comments:

Use thinly.From Lynn Duryea. Variations -- Add 4% lithium carb for a
harder, more melted glaze.-


Glaze name: CLEAR PETE PINNELL

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy or shiny
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3289                90.0       90.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

add dash of Epsom Salts.


Glaze name: Clear Pete Pinnell c 04-2

Cone: 04-2
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 09/22/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Magnesium carbonate      10.0       10.00
Frit 3195                73.0       73.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Silica                    7.0        7.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

from Adero Willard, Pottery Making Illus Sept/Oct 2014.
Variations --
Amber: + nickel carb 0.5-1%
Aque to Turquoise: 0.5 - 2% copper oxide


Glaze name: Clear Pete's E-11 c04

Cone: 04
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                60.0       60.00
Ball clay                30.0       30.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Pete Pinnell
Variations --
Copper carbonate	      3.1


Glaze name: Clear Pete's E-12

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 02/06/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                50.0       50.00
Kentucky OM #4           35.0       35.00
Flint                    15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Pete Pinnell


Glaze name: Clear Pete's E-19

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 02/06/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate        10.0       10.00
Strontium carbonate      15.0       15.00
Kentucky OM #4           30.0       30.00
Flint                    45.0       45.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Pete Pinnell


Glaze name: Clear Pinnell Easy

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 12/12/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit P-626               25.0       25.00
Gerstley borate          35.0       35.00
Spodumene                20.0       20.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Pottery Making Illus.Jul/Aug 2013
Variations --
Icy Blue: + % copper carb


Glaze name: Clear Pinnell Easy

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 12/12/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit P-626               25.0       25.00
Gerstley borate          35.0       35.00
Spodumene                20.0       20.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Pottery Making Illus.Jul/Aug 2013
Variations --
Icy Blue: + % copper carb


Glaze name: Clear Pinnell Easy Recalc

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 12/12/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3185                 7.4        7.40
Gerstley borate          35.4       35.40
Strontium carbonate       6.7        6.70
Spodumene                20.1       20.10
Nepheline syenite         6.2        6.20
Kaolin - theoretical     18.5       18.50
Silica                    5.7        5.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Pottery Making Illus.Jul/Aug 2013. Recalculated w/o P626
Variations --
Icy Blue: + % copper carb


Glaze name: Clear Pinnell Easy recalc 2

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/12/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3289                14.2       14.20
Frit 3134                31.6       31.60
Gerstley borate          19.7       19.70
Amblygonite               0.1        0.10
Talc theoretical          0.1        0.06
Spodumene - theoretical   17.6       17.60
Kaolin - theoretical     13.6       13.60
Alumina                   3.2        3.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.06

Comments:

Pottery Making Illus.Jul/Aug 2013. Recalc w/o P626
Variations --
Icy Blue: + % copper carb


Glaze name: Clear Ray's

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Date: 03/14/2019

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                89.8       89.80
EPK                      10.2       10.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Reported base for many commercial clear lowfire glazes.


Glaze name: Clear Ron Meyers

Cone: 01
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ferro frit 3124          80.0       80.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

+ dash of epsom salts. This glaze was w/o cone info, but Ron's clay
is for 01. Test.


Glaze name: Clear Ron Roy

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Flow: None
Testing: Tested
Date: 06/29/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                30.0       30.00
Frit 3134                30.0       30.00
Whiting                   6.0        6.00
Kentucky OM #4           17.5       17.50
Silica                   16.5       16.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Pottery Making Illus Nov./Dec. 2012. Nice to dip or brush. "Fired to c 04 on
105G Standard Ceramics clay w/gorgeous results." Slightly hazy on Highwater
Earthen Red - better at c 02. Tested: Used M23 ball in place of OM4. Glossy,
clear, traps bubbles (milky) where very thick, but6 good surface and clarity from
thin to average thick. With 60% frit and a decent amount of clay in the recipe,
it's easier to apply than higher frit % glazes (which demand to be on unusually
thin).Very high Ca for lowfire. Glaze should be sturdy, but no flow, so
application is important.


Glaze name: Clear Roxanne's

Cone: 04=02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 03/04/2018

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                25.0       25.00
Frit 3195                40.0       40.00
Frit 3249                10.0       10.00
EPK                      25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Aply thinly


Glaze name: Clear Satin Heather's no GB

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 09/03/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                25.0       25.00
Laguna borate            25.0       25.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
Talc                     10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From UF alum Heather Alexander. This summer I have had to face the crusty bottom
of the buckets of glaze.  I am still crusading for the perfect satin matt that can
fits into my "oh toss some of that in" and slap it on with a brush repertoire of
glazing. A new recipe using laguna borate with great promise.
[email protected]


Glaze name: Clear Satin Heather's no GB recalc

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 09/03/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                44.5       44.80
Dolomite                 16.3       16.40
Whiting                   8.3        8.40
Kaolin - theoretical     14.9       15.00
Silica                   12.6       12.70
Custer feldspar           3.3        3.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.60

Comments:

From UF alum Heather Alexander. This summer I have had to face the crusty bottom
of the buckets of glaze.  I am still crusading for the perfect satin matt that can
fits into my "oh toss some of that in" and slap it on with a brush repertoire of
glazing. A new recipe using laguna borate with great promise.
[email protected]


Glaze name: Clear Satin-Matte Cone 1 SSG-123

Cone: 1
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 11/06/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Colemanite               57.9       55.00
Kaolin                   18.4       17.50
Silica                   23.7       22.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       95.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.1        1.00

Comments:

+ CMC 1 tsp. From James Chappell "The Potters Complete Book of Clay and Glazes"


Glaze name: Clear Satin-Matte Cone 1 SSG-124

Cone: 1
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 11/06/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit P-54                40.0       38.00
Silica                   33.7       32.00
Whiting                  15.8       15.00
Colemanite               10.5       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       95.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.1        1.00

Comments:

+ CMC 1 tsp. From James Chappell "The Potters Complete Book of Clay and Glazes"


Glaze name: Clear Satin-Matte Cone 1 SSG-125

Cone: 1
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 11/06/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                38.0       38.00
Whiting                  32.0       32.00
Silica                   16.0       16.00
Kaolin                   10.0       10.00
Colemanite                4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

+ CMC gum 1 tsp. From James Chappell "The Potters Complete Book of Clay and Glazes"


Glaze name: Clear Satin-Matte Cone 1 SSG-126

Cone: 1
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 11/06/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Zinc oxide               10.3       10.30
Feldspar                 45.2       45.20
Wollastonite             13.9       13.90
Whiting                  10.5       10.50
Kaolin                   18.0       18.00
Colemanite                2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

+ CMC gum 1 tsp. From James Chappell "The Potters Complete Book of Clay and Glazes".
Highly stable and excellent for utility ware.


Glaze name: Clear Satin-Matte Cone 1 SSG-127

Cone: 1
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 11/06/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          20.6       20.60
Colemanite               19.0       19.00
Magnesium carbonate       4.7        4.70
Whiting                  29.9       29.90
Silica                   25.8       25.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

+ CMC gum 1 tsp. From James Chappell "The Potters Complete Book of Clay and Glazes"
Good glaze for utility ware.


Glaze name: Clear Semi-gloss Cone 1 SSG-121

Cone: 1
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 11/06/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Colemanite               60.0       60.00
Kaolin                   15.0       15.00
Silica                   25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

+ CMC 1 tsp. From James Chappell "The Potters Complete Book of Clay and Glazes"


Glaze name: Clear Shiny

Cone: 06-04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Date: 11/07/2017

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        20.0       20.00
Gerstley borate          30.0       30.00
Frit 3195                30.0       30.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Add V-gum 2. From David Bogus on Facebook.
Variations --
Turquoise: + 1 copper carb


Glaze name: Clear Steve

Date: 05/26/2010

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                63.0       63.00
Frit 3134                12.0       12.00
EPK                      14.0       14.00
Wollastonite              5.0        5.00
Kona F-4 feldspar         6.0        6.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Clear Steve revised

Date: 05/26/2010

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                48.0       48.00
Kaolin - theoretical     17.2       17.20
Wollastonite              3.0        3.00
Custer feldspar          31.7       31.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Comments:


Glaze name: Clear Steve revised 2

Date: 05/26/2010

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                53.4       53.20
Kaolin - theoretical      8.1        8.10
Wollastonite              3.3        3.30
Custer feldspar          35.2       35.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.70

Comments:


Glaze name: Clear Strontium Base 03

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Visual texture: None
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: Slight
Source: Linda Arbuckle
Date: 11/14/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                30.6       30.60
Gerstley borate          33.0       33.00
EPK                      26.0       26.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
Wollastonite              3.0        3.00
Strontium carbonate       2.5        2.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Color response toward lead colors: warm colors with iron, greens from
copper. Amber looks good over colored slips. Variations -- For amber
(over terracotta similar to the warm color of a lead clear) + 5-7%
burnt umber. For green transparent + 4% copper carbonate


Glaze name: Clear Surprise Recalc

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Crystals: None
Bubbles: Few
Flow: None
Date: 06/01/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3269                43.9       43.80
Frit 3185                13.4       13.40
Kaolin - theoretical     11.6       11.60
Talc theoretical          6.2        6.20
Wollastonite             15.0       15.00
Custer feldspar           6.8        6.80
Alumina                   3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.80

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

Mixture:
   50.0% 3269 Surprise
   50.0% Satin Clear Heather's Recalc Semi-gloss clear. Thick - 3 coats - traps
bubbles and has a few pinholes and slight crazing. Normal thickness - good
surface, no crazing. Does not bleed black slip. Very stable. Not enough Zn to
brown chrome slips.


Glaze name: Clear Surprise Recalc2

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Crystals: None
Bubbles: Few
Flow: None
Testing: Tested
Date: 06/01/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                36.1       36.10
Frit 3185                 9.2        9.20
Kaolin - theoretical      7.6        7.60
Talc theoretical          6.1        6.10
Zinc oxide                0.5        0.50
Nepheline syenite        32.0       32.00
Alumina hydrate           8.5        8.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 0.5        0.50

Comments:

Mixture:
   50.0% 3269 Surprise
   50.0% Satin Clear Heather's Recalc Semi-gloss clear. No flow. Good color
response. Thick - 3 coats - traps bubbles and has some pinholes. No enough Zn to
brown Chrome slips.


Glaze name: Clear Surprise Recalc3

Date: 06/01/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3269                40.6       40.60
Frit 3195                21.7       21.70
Redart                   26.1       26.10
Silica                    0.4        0.40
Dolomite                  6.5        6.50
Whiting                   4.8        4.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Bentonite                 0.5        0.50

Comments:

Mixture:
   50.0% 3269 Surprise
   50.0% Satin Clear Heather's Recalc


Glaze name: Clear SWO

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 07/04/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                72.0       72.00
Nepheline syenite        12.0       12.00
Silica                   10.0       10.00
EPK                       6.0        6.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Pete Pinnell, Clay Times July/Aug. 2005 p.19. Pete says it doesn't dissolve
sigs under the glaze the way some other glazes do.


Glaze name: Clear Symon

Cone: 04 - 03
Firing: oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: clear
Testing: Tested
Date: 3/26/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate         3.9        3.90
Frit 3124                76.9       77.00
Nepheline syenite         9.6        9.60
EPK                       9.6        9.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Apply thinly. Good for brushwork. From Woody Hughes article CM J/J/A
93 I have been using this for about 6 months. I must let the kiln
cool naturally, no hurrying it along or the glaze crazes on my
claybody (Plainsman L213). My kids have been using a dish setting
they decorated for 3 months, no crazing, goes thru the dishwasher
almost daily. Michelle Campbell Lacka Creek Pottery
[email protected]


Glaze name: Clear TST

Glaze type: Lithium Matt
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt-shiny
Color: Clear
Date: 02/08/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                27.2       27.20
Lithium carbonate        19.9       19.90
Bone ash                  8.2        8.20
Nepheline syenite         6.9        6.90
EPK                      11.7       11.70
Silica                   26.2       26.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Lisa Orr, who works on lowfire whiteware w/red sig, bisqued to 01, glaze-fired
to 04. Can shiver on some clay bodies from high lithium.
Variations --
Deep Cyan w. opaque metallic surface: + copper carb 11%
Turquoise blue (headlight blue): + copper carb 3%
Periwinkle (bright): + cobalt carb 0.125%
blue (bright): + cobalt carb 0.75%


Glaze name: Clear Vals's

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 02/10/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                26.1       30.00
Gerstley borate          26.1       30.00
Nepheline syenite        17.4       20.00
EPK                       8.7       10.00
Flint                     8.7       10.00
Cornwall Stone           13.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      115.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.7        2.00

Comments:

frosty thicker


Glaze name: Clear Vals's no GB

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 02/10/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                60.6       66.40
Whiting                   5.5        6.00
Nepheline syenite        21.2       23.20
Silica                   12.8       14.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      109.60

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.8        2.00

Comments:

frosty thicker


Glaze name: Clear w Frit 3249 GT1916T

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: Slight
Date: 03/31/2017

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                65.0       65.00
Frit 3249                20.0       20.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Digitalfire.com, using Frit 3249, which melts around 1900 deg F and contains
Magnesium in a more meltable form than using non-frit sources. Low thermal
expansion helps counter crazing. Late start of glaze fusion allows more gasses to
escape before glaze skins over. Glaze described as "transparent and brilliant" on
a 80 Redart, 20 ball clay body.
https://digitalfire.com/4sight/material/ferro_frit_3249_369.html


Glaze name: Clear Worthington - Birdsall

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 10/17/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          55.0       55.00
EPK                      30.0       30.00
Silica                   15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Kristen Pavelka.
Variations --
+ 10% Degussa orange stain for orange accent dots
Tint w 1-8% burnt umber
Green: 3-6 cupper carb
Coral: 6 coral stain
Yellow: 6 rutile


Glaze name: Cordovan

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Brown
Visual texture: Mottled
Flow: Slight
Testing: Tested
Date: 06/20/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          38.0       38.00
Lithium carbonate        10.0       10.00
Nepheline syenite         5.0        5.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Flint                    42.0       42.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Tin oxide                 8.0        8.00
Yellow iron oxide        12.0       12.00

Comments:

Reddish-brown thick, rust normal. Black slip shows. I used reclaimed yellow iron
oxide. A nice cordovan brown color thick, Surace is waxy and should be good for
food use. Flash-o-Pink base.

Uh Oh. Tan mottled. 10% NOT enough iron. Must have been 12 or 15 and mistakenly
written as 10. OK, it wasn't 15- just BROWN.
Variations --
10% iron is saddle brown thin, mottled cream to saddle normal thickness. With 1
CrO + 3 frit 3124 + 1/2 bent by vol. trailed over as a decoration, green w/black
edges. Rutile at the same proportions = pinky-beige.


Glaze name: Cowbell

Glaze type: Aventurine
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Date: 02/08/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit P-25                78.0       78.00
Silica                   10.0       10.00
Lithium carbonate         8.0        8.00
EPK                       4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Red iron oxide           15.0       15.00

Comments:

recipe calls for Spanish red iron oxide.  From Lisa Orr, who works on lowfire
whiteware w/red sig, bisqued to 01, glaze-fired to 04. Aventurine glaze w/golden
sparkles.
Variations --
+ 25% black iron = black w/sparkles.


Glaze name: Cowbell recalc

Glaze type: Aventurine
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Date: 02/08/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit F-15 Fusion         55.4       55.10
Silica                   13.3       13.20
Lithium carbonate         7.8        7.80
Soda ash                 18.2       18.10
Zinc oxide                0.9        0.90
Kaolin - theoretical      4.3        4.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.40

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.9        1.90
Red iron oxide           14.7       14.60

Comments:

recipe calls for Spanish red iron oxide.  From Lisa Orr, who works on lowfire
whiteware w/red sig, bisqued to 01, glaze-fired to 04. Aventurine glaze w/golden
sparkles.
Variations --
+ 25% black iron = black w/sparkles.


Glaze name: Crackle Cris Carver's

Glaze type: Crackle
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          35.0      174.80
F-4 spar                  9.7       48.50
Dolomite                 18.4       92.20
EPK                      27.2      135.90
Magnesium carbonate       9.7       48.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      499.90

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.9        9.70

Comments:

From Jane Dillon. Good over shiny clear.


Glaze name: Crackle Glossy transparent

Glaze type: Crackle
Cone: 08 - 06
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Flaws: Crazes
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                65.0       65.00
Gerstley borate           5.0        5.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
Soda ash                 10.0       10.00
Kaolin                   10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From a University of Georgia class handout on glaze & clay from Andy
Nasisse. Add 10% Superpax for opaque white.


Glaze name: Crackle Keator

Glaze type: Raku (Crackle)
Cone: 08-06
Firing: Raku
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Flaws: Crazes
Durability: Poor
Date: 09/23/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          76.2       76.20
Nepheline syenite        19.0       19.00
Kaolin                    4.8        4.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Crackle White

Glaze type: Crackle
Cone: 06 - 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 12/6/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          47.8       47.80
EPK                      26.1       26.10
Silica                   13.0       13.00
Cryolite                 13.0       13.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Zircopax                 13.0       13.00

Comments:

This is Crackle White I adjusted from Wothington's Clear.It is
semi-opaque white. You can change the size of crackles by adjusting
the amount of cryolite. submitted by: Kaname Takada e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Crater Moon

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 06-04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Crater
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Turquoise
Date: 12/05/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Magnesium carbonate        35.7       35.70
Kaolin                     14.3       14.30
Lithium carbonate            7.1        7.10
Borax                      28.6       28.60
Gerstley borate            14.3       14.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate             7.1        7.10

Comments:

Bob Shay sculpture glaze.

 


Glaze name: Craters

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 06-04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Crater
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Turquoise
Date: 12/05/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Magnesium carbonate      10.0       10.00
Kaolin                   10.0       10.00
Lithium carbonate        30.0       30.00
Borax                    15.0       15.00
Flint                    30.0       30.00
Bentonite                 5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          6.0        6.00

Comments:

Bob Shay sculpture glaze.


Glaze name: Crawl June's Dry

Glaze type: Crawl
Cone: 06
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Lichen
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 12/05/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          20.0       20.00
Zinc oxide               80.0       80.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From June Raymond. Dry crawl.
Variations --
For little crawl apply thin, big crawl really
THICK.


Glaze name: Crawl SDSU

Glaze type: Crawl
Cone: 06-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Crawl
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: White
Date: 04/11/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          46.5       46.50
Magnesium carbonate      31.0       31.00
EPK                      18.6       18.60
Borax                     3.9        3.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                  5.4        5.40

Comments:

From Richard Burkett. Dependable crawl glaze. Fine to almost no
crawling when thin. Large platelets of glaze when thicker, but they
may flake off. Fired to cone 04 this glaze becomes more glass, giving
beads of glaze.


Glaze name: Crawl Tom Bartel

Glaze type: Crawl
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Crawl
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Date: 12/26/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Borax                     3.9        3.90
Gerstley borate          46.8       46.50
Magnesium carbonate      31.2       31.00
EPK                      18.1       18.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.40

Also add:

Zircopax                  5.4        5.40

Comments:

From Tom Bartel. Translucent, globby crawling glaze.


Glaze name: Crawly Elsie's Matt 04

Glaze type: Crawl
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          28.0       28.00
G-200 spar               19.0       19.00
Lepidolite                9.0        9.00
EPK                      38.0       38.00
Soda ash                  6.0        6.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Jane Dillon: a good gutsy crawl.


Glaze name: Cream Breaking Rust

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: tan to rust
Visual texture: Speckled
Flow: Slight
Testing: Tested
Date: 06/27/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          38.0       38.00
Lithium carbonate        10.0       10.00
Nepheline syenite         5.0        5.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Flint                    42.0       42.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00
Tin oxide                10.0       10.00
Yellow iron oxide         5.0        5.00

Comments:

Color probably comes from traces of chrome in the dark rutile suggested which
makes for chrome-tin pinking. If your rutile does not flash, add a trace (.25%?)
chrome.Not balanced as a food-safe glaze. Breaks at edges. Good base for color
tests for sculpture use.

TJ Erdahl tested and used this glaze w/many variations. Drew Avakian did tests
and the re-brown w/green looks great and breaks well.
Variations --
Dirty White: nickel 1 + titanium 5 Light Grey-Green: rutile 10 + ilmenite 6
Brown: RIO 8 + ilmenite 6 Muted Whitish-Green: chrome oxide 0.75 + vanadium 7.5
Red brown w green when thick: copper oxide 1.5 + RIO 6 rust to cream - rust thin,
cream breaking rust over texture thicker: + tin 10 + iron 5


Glaze name: Cream Housepaint

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Warm White
Date: 02/08/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                70.8       85.00
EPK                      12.5       15.00
Frit P-25                16.7       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      120.00

Also add:

Titanium dioxide         12.5       15.00

Comments:

Toasty yellow adjacent to chrome - flashes. From Lisa Orr. Does not craze. Looks like
thick glue.
Variations --
Vanilla shake: instead of P25 add 20% 3110 - whiter and fumes pinker.
Powder pink: no titanium, + .5% Cerdec Intensive Red stain.
Tomato red: no titanium, + 6% Cerdec Intensive Red stain.


Glaze name: Cris Carver's Crackle

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: ?
Color: Transparent Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          35.0      174.80
F-4 spar                  9.7       48.50
Dolomite                 18.4       92.20
EPK                      27.2      135.90
Magnesium carbonate       9.7       48.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      499.90

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.9        9.70

Comments:

From Jane Dillon. Good over shiny clear.



Glaze name: Crystal Jennifer

Glaze type: Crystalline
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Visual texture: Mottled
Crystals: Small
Flow: Moderate
Date: 09/29/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3289                19.7       20.00
Custer feldspar          14.4       14.60
Gerstley borate          12.4       12.60
Dolomite                  1.0        1.00
Wollastonite              9.8       10.00
Rutile                    1.0        1.00
Zircopax                 10.5       10.70
Zinc oxide               10.9       11.10
Flint                    14.5       14.70
Alumina hydrate           0.6        0.60
Salt                      5.2        5.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      101.60

Comments:


Glaze name: Crystal Jennifer no GB

Glaze type: Crystalline
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Visual texture: Mottled
Crystals: Small
Flow: Moderate
Date: 09/29/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                39.5       39.50
Nepheline syenite        20.8       20.80
Dolomite                  3.1        3.10
Whiting                   1.2        1.20
Barium carbonate          7.8        7.80
Zinc oxide               12.3       12.30
Silica                   15.3       15.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    1.1        1.10
Zircopax                 11.9       11.90
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Curdle

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Tan
Date: 09/23/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Borax                    64.2       70.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        18.3       20.00
Redart                    9.2       10.00
Zinc oxide                8.3        9.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      109.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 4.6        5.00
Zircopax                 11.0       12.00

Comments:

Variations --
Lumpy, curdled look. Borax will form crystals over time - sieve them out, and
re-dissolve in hot water, or microwave them in a small amount of water. Use a mortar
and pestle or ball mill in you need to crush remaining crystals. Looks good thin -
like foam - over Amber Assault glaze. Thick and it makes craters. NOT for food.


Glaze name: Darby 1

Cone: 04
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: shiny glossy
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Spodumene                44.4       40.00
Gerstley borate          33.3       30.00
Flint                    22.2       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       90.00

Comments:

Pete Pinnell uses this as a semi-gloss black liner.  Pete say's try
this as a majolica base.Very durable. Rarely crazes due to
low-expansion Li in glaze. Variations -- mason stain  6600	    10 for
black


Glaze name: Darby 2 variation-untested

Cone: 04
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: ?
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Spodumene                53.7       53.70
Frit 3134                34.9       34.90
Flint                    11.4       11.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Walter Ostrom's majolica glaze.




Glaze name: Darby's Base

Cone: 04
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: semi gloss
Testing: Untested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Spodumene                40.0       40.00
Gerstley borate          30.0       30.00
Silica                   30.0       30.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

I use both of these with a 10% addition of Mason 6600 black. Rosie's
turns a satin grey, while Darby's is a satin black. Here are a couple
of simple glazes you might try. Both are semi-gloss until you add
stains, then they become more of a satin matt. The trick to getting a
good matt glaze at cone 04 is to soak the kiln at the end of the
firing, and then cool a bit slower than usual (fire down). A matt
glaze becomes that way because micro-crystals grow out of the glass.
It takes time for that to happen, and the typical electric kiln
simply cools too quickly. Both of these came out of student triaxial
blends at the Kansas City Art Institute. submitted by: Pete Pinnell
e-mail: [email protected] source for original recipe: Kansas
City Art Institute



Glaze name: Darby's Base no GB

Cone: 04
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: Slight
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Spodumene                42.0       42.00
Silica                   19.0       19.00
Frit 3134                39.0       39.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

RE-calc of Pete Pinnell's Darby's Base w/o GB. Breaks up a bit visually with slight
grey mottliing on the surface. Glossy. Fired in a small kiln, so slower cooling might
make matt, but all of my small kilns cool quickly
Variations --
+ 6650 black Mason stain 10%


Glaze name: David Parson's Wierd

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Texture
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate        20.0       12.50
Grolleg                  20.0       12.50
Barium carbonate         60.0       37.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       62.50

Also add:

Tin oxide               200.0      125.00
Manganese dioxide        60.0       37.50

Comments:

This recipe is in parts by volume.  Colorants are percentages. Gives
a strong medium, cerulean, and royal blue mixture.  A fusion button
test melts down to a shiney crusty looking collapsed mass with a
beady glassy looking surface.  A Manganese BLUE. Glaze Type: Li Ba
Textured. Opacity: . Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Denim Charlie Cummings (#06-110)

Cone: 1-3
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 05/17/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Tile 6 clay              23.2       23.00
EPK                       9.1        9.00
Dolomite                 17.2       17.00
Flint                    20.2       20.00
Gerstley borate          30.3       30.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.00

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          3.0        3.00
Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00

Comments:

From Charlie Cummings Sometimes shiny, sometimes matte.  Put it over a cloth
texture, and you have invented ceramic denim.  It reacts to the slip color under
it.  It also breaks light brown over lines, brush strokes, or throwing rings.
This glaze uses dolomite.  All of the books say it isn't active at this range, but
my students didn't know that.  I would have told them it wouldn't work, but I like
to let them make their own mistakes...or show me I'm so so wrong.  Now I just need
to convince them to try other colorants.  This glaze likes a big kiln and a slow
firing.  The results from the small kiln were cool too, but incredibly different.


Glaze name: Don's Blue 08-06

Cone: 08 - 06
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: mottled
Color: Bright blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar           27.8      138.90
Gerstley borate          55.6      277.80
Ball clay                11.1       55.50
Barium carbonate          5.6       27.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      500.00

Also add:

Rutile                    1.1        5.60
Copper carbonate          2.2       11.10

Comments:

From a University of Georgia class handout on glaze & clay from Andy
Nasisse.


Glaze name: Dry Alligator Red Rust June's

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 06
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Lichen
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red
Date: 12/05/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          57.1       57.10
Nepheline syenite        14.3       14.30
Bone ash                 28.6       28.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate         14.0       14.00

Comments:

From June Raymond. With wax resist under the glaze, it will sit up at
right angles to the surface. Red in raku reduction. Crawl in
oxidation.


Glaze name: Dry Sand Glaze Arleo

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 05
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matte
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 02/02/2019

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          50.0       50.00
Alumina hydrate          33.0       33.00
Nepheline syenite        17.0       17.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Adrian Arleo in  "Ceramic Glazes: the Complete Handbook"
Variations --
subdued brown = + 12% iron Chromate
Brighter Brown = +16% Hazelnut Brown stain Mason 6126
black = + 18% black stain Mason 6600


Glaze name: Earthmother

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 06-04
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 12/05/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate        30.0       30.00
Gerstley borate          30.0       30.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
Talc                     10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          3.0        3.00
Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00
Manganese dioxide         3.0        3.00

Comments:

Bob Shay sculpture glaze.


Glaze name: Egyptian Paste 04

Glaze type: Egyptian paste
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 09/20/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Soda feldspar - theoretical   37.5       37.50
Kaolin                   23.4       23.40
Flint                    18.6       18.60
Soda ash                  5.7        5.70
Sodium bicarbonate        5.6        5.60
Ball clay                 4.6        4.60
Whiting                   4.6        4.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Leon Nigrosh's "Lowfire: Other Ways to Work in Clay".


Glaze name: Egyptian Paste Higby

Glaze type: Egyptian Paste
Cone: 08
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 03/08/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 40.0       40.00
Flint                    40.0       40.00
Soda ash                  5.0        5.00
Sodium bicarbonate        5.0        5.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

sand                     10.0       10.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Egyptian Paste Juanitas

Glaze type: Egyptian Paste
Cone: 08
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Date: 03/08/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        30.0       30.00
Flint                    40.0       40.00
Soda ash                  5.0        5.00
Sodium bicarbonate        5.0        5.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
Fire clay                10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

sand                     10.0       10.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Egyptian paste Noble's

Glaze type: Egyptian paste
Cone: 08
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 09/20/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Soda feldspar            51.7       46.00
Flint                    25.8       23.00
Soda ash                  7.9        7.00
Sodium bicarbonate        7.9        7.00
Whiting                   6.7        6.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       89.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.2        2.00

Comments:

+ fine white sand 9%. From Leon Nigrosh's book "Lowfire: Other Ways to Work in Clay".


Glaze name: Egyptian Paste Rhodes

Glaze type: Egyptian Paste
Cone: 08
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Date: 03/08/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 41.2       40.00
Flint                    20.6       20.00
Ball clay                 5.2        5.00
Grolleg                  15.5       15.00
Sodium bicarbonate        6.2        6.00
Soda ash                  6.2        6.00
Whiting                   5.2        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       97.00

Also add:

sand                      8.2        8.00

Comments:

Store dry and mix up amount to be used. Salts wick to the surface in
drying to form glaze.


Glaze name: Enamel Gloss Opaque

Glaze type: China paint
Cone: 015
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 10/10/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                36.4       36.40
P-25                     55.6       55.60
EPK                       8.0        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                10.0       10.00

Comments:

From Martina Lantin in Mar/Apr 2011 Pottery Making Illus. She says Ferro 3269 is an
equivalent for P-25. She fires this to 015 as well as to 03 on bisque


Glaze name: Enamel Gloss Transparent

Glaze type: China paint
Cone: 015
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 10/10/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate        19.9       19.50
Frit 3134                80.1       78.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       98.00

Comments:

From Martina Lantin in Mar/Apr 2011 Pottery Making Illus. She says Ferro 3269 is an
equivalent for P-25. She fires this to 015 as well as to 03 on bisque as a trailed
line.


Glaze name: Engobe Vitreous Cindy Kolodjeski

Glaze type: Engobe
Cone: 04-6
Date: 10/04/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

EPK                       5.1       10.00
Kentucky OM #4           15.3       30.00
Glomax                   25.5       50.00
Frit 3110                18.4       36.00
Talc theoretical         15.3       30.00
Silica                   20.4       40.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      196.00

Comments:

2 Macaloid and 2 CMC are measured dry, slaked in water, and blended as medium for
brushing. Add stains to base proportionally 1:1. From Molly Hatch.


Glaze name: Erickson's Peeling Paint c04

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 04
Firing: Ox or Red
Surface texture: Peeling Surface Texture
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White ?
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          80.0     6400.00
Titanium dioxide         20.0     1600.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0     8000.00

Comments:

This glaze comes from Gary Erickson. Peeling surface. First Recipe
gives "Close Peel"(80-20); the second a "Separated Peel"(70-30) Glaze
Type: Ca B Ti Textured . Opacity: Opaque??. Firing type: Ox or Red .


Glaze name: Faux Lead

Cone: 04
Surface texture: glossy shiny
Color: transparent?
Date: 8/8/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ferro frit 3110          30.6       30.57
Gerstley borate          33.0       32.97
EPK                      26.0       25.97
Flint                     5.0        5.00
Wollastonite              3.0        3.00
Strontium carbonate       2.5        2.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Hello! Recently someone sent me the following beautiful glaze called
Faux Lead cone ^04 range. I need to, however, make it more matte
instead of the glossy it is. Is there someone out there who has glaze
software that can help, I couldn't download the shareware for some
reason (time to figure out how). donna hoff-grambau



Glaze name: Faux Lead Strontium Base

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Color: Transparent Yellow brown
Testing: Tested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                30.6       30.60
Gerstley borate          33.0       33.00
EPK                      26.0       26.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
Wollastonite              3.0        3.00
Strontium carbonate       2.5        2.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Linda Arbuckle: slick & smooth. Orig. has 10 Barium instead of
Sr. Variations --
Variations --
Amber + 5-7% burnt umber grass green transp + 4%
copper carb


Glaze name: Faux Lead Strontium Base No GB

Glaze type: Low fire (Fritted)
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Flow: Slight
Testing: Tested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                48.9       45.10
Dolomite                  5.6        5.20
Strontium carbonate       2.7        2.50
Kaolin - theoretical     16.5       15.20
Custer feldspar          23.9       22.00
Alumina hydrate           2.4        2.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       92.20

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.2        2.00

Comments:

From Linda Arbuckle: slick & smooth. Orig. has 10 Barium instead of
Sr. Variations -- Amber + 5-7% burnt umber grass green transp + 4%
copper carb


Glaze name: Faux Lead Strontium Base No GB test 2006

Glaze type: Low fire (Fritted)
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Flow: Slight
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                42.5       42.50
Whiting                   3.6        3.60
Strontium carbonate       4.2        4.20
Nepheline syenite        48.7       48.70
Silica                    1.0        1.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 0.8        0.80

Comments:

From Linda Arbuckle: slick & smooth. Orig. has 10 Barium instead of
Sr. Variations -- Amber + 5-7% burnt umber grass green transp + 4%
copper carb


Glaze name: Faux Lead Strontium Base No GB w/sienna

Glaze type: Low fire (Fritted)
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Amber
Flow: Slight
Testing: Tested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                48.3       48.40
Dolomite                  6.0        6.00
Strontium carbonate       2.7        2.70
Whiting                   0.1        0.06
Kaolin - theoretical     17.0       17.00
Custer feldspar          23.5       23.60
Alumina hydrate           2.5        2.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.26

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.1        2.10
Burnt sienna              4.2        4.20
Manganese dioxide         0.5        0.50

Comments:

From Linda Arbuckle: slick & smooth. Orig. has 10 Barium instead of
Sr. Variations -- Amber + 5-7% burnt umber grass green transp + 4%
copper carb


Glaze name: Faux Lead Strontium Base no GB2 TEST2

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Shiny or Glossy
Color: Transparent Yellow brown
Flaws: Crazes
Testing: Tested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                51.7       49.63
Wollastonite             14.2       13.62
Strontium carbonate       2.8        2.66
Flint                    21.3       20.49
Nepheline syenite        10.1        9.66
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       96.06

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.1        2.00

Comments:

From Linda Arbuckle: slick & smooth. Orig. has 10 Barium instead of Sr.
Works OK but crazes a bit. Test with less CaO KNaO and more Si to prevent crazing.
Variations --
Amber + 5-7% burnt umber
grass green transp + 4% copper carb
Olive = 4 burnt umber + 2 copper carb


Glaze name: Flamedrops

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 06-04
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 12/05/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Magnesium carbonate        30.8       30.80
Lithium carbonate          15.4       15.40
Gerstley borate            53.8       53.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Copper carbonate             4.6        4.60
Chromium oxide               0.2        0.20

Comments:

Bob Shay glaze for sculpture.


Glaze name: Flesh Kelly's Lo-Fire Shino

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 06-04
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: pink
Visual texture: Opalescent
Flow: Extreme
Testing: Untested
Date: 02/18/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate        26.4       29.00
Nepheline syenite        63.6       70.00
EPK                      10.0       11.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      110.00

Also add:

Rutile                    5.5        6.00
Manganese carbonate       0.5        0.50

Comments:

VERY runny at 04. Fire above sand on the shelf. Beautiful pearly pink, apply
thick for efect.


Glaze name: Foam M.J.'s White

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 06
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Crater
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 03/08/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit Pb-83               66.7       50.00
Ball clay                 6.7        5.00
Wollastonite             26.7       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       75.00

Also add:

Zircopax                  9.3        7.00

Comments:

Use fiberous wollastonite.


Glaze name: Foam MJ's

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Texture
Color: Opaque White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                63.5       63.60
Wollastonite              9.1        9.10
Bone ash                 18.2       18.20
Frit 3124                 4.6        4.60
EPK                       4.6        4.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Comments:

Apply thickly. From MJ Bole.


Glaze name: Frit 3110

Date: 07/29/2017

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110               100.0      100.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Frit 3124

Date: 07/29/2017

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124               100.0      100.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Frosty Matt

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matte
Color: Opaque White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

strontium                15.1       11.10
gerstley                 15.6       11.40
G-200 feldspar           64.0       46.90
zinc                      5.3        3.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       73.30

Comments:

From Jane Dillon: bubbly, opaque, thick. Orig. recipe has 13.5 barium
instead of Sr.




Glaze name: Fur Glaze

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Texture
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 03/06/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Wollastonite             50.0       50.00
Gerstley borate          50.0       50.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Recipe calls for fiberous wollastonite. From Karon Doherty.


Glaze name: Garret's Glaze

Date: 03/07/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit P-311               89.8       88.00
EPK                      10.2       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       98.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Garret's Glaze w/Li

Date: 03/06/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          61.5       61.50
EPK                      24.6       24.60
Flint                    12.3       12.30
Lithium carbonate         1.6        1.64
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.04

Comments:


Glaze name: gloss clear

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 06
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Date: 09/20/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit P-25                95.0       95.00
Wollastonite              5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Harvey Brody's "The Book of Lowfire Ceramics"


Glaze name: Gloss clear 021918 Matthew Katz

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 03/12/2019

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite         3.9        3.93
Whiting                   1.6        1.57
EPK                      13.2       13.20
Flint                     2.8        2.75
Frit 3124                78.6       78.55
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Base from "Copper Leaching and Glaze Durability" by Peter Berg and Matthew Katz.
Very durable pottery glaze, even with copper as a colorant. See article for
images and % of copper used.
https://www.ceramicmaterialsworkshop.com/uploads/5/9/1/2/59124729/031218-peter_ber
g-final_draft.pdf


Glaze name: gloss clear cone 014

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 014
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 09/20/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3269                44.0       44.00
Frit P-54                26.0       26.00
Lithium carbonate        10.0       10.00
Kaolin                    6.0        6.00
Silica                   14.0       14.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Harvey Brody's "The Book of Lowfire Ceramics"


Glaze name: Gloss Cushing Transparent

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: clear
Date: 3/26/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate           5.0        5.00
Lithium carbonate         4.0        4.00
Zinc oxide                2.0        2.00
Ferro frit 3134          75.0       75.00
Nepheline syenite         8.0        8.00
EPK                       6.0        6.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Woody Hughes article CM J/J/A 93


Glaze name: Glossy Clear 2

Glaze type: Ca Na B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          26.0       26.00
Nepheline syenite        20.0       20.00
Frit 3124                30.0       30.00
Lithium carbonate         4.0        4.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Na B. Opacity: Transparent. Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Glossy Clear 3

Glaze type: Ca Na B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                73.5       73.50
EPK                       5.9        5.90
Gerstley borate           4.9        4.90
Nepheline syenite         7.8        7.80
Lithium carbonate         3.9        3.90
Zinc oxide                2.0        2.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Na B. Opacity: Transparent. Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Glossy Higgins

Glaze type: Ca Na B
Cone: 04
Firing: Ox or Red
Surface texture: shiny
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                80.0       80.00
EPK                       7.0        7.00
Nepheline syenite        13.0       13.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Use the stain amounts individually or mixed.
Variations --
Vanadium Stain	      7
Delphinium Blue	      3
Crimson Stain	      7


Glaze name: Glossy Leadless Studio Potter

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 12/02/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                75.0       75.00
EPK                       6.0        6.00
Gerstley borate           5.0        5.00
Nepheline syenite         8.0        8.00
Lithium carbonate         4.0        4.00
Zinc oxide                2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Glossy Silica

Glaze type: Ca Na B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                88.2       88.20
Talc theoretical          5.9        5.90
EPK                       5.9        5.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 17.7       17.70

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Na B. Opacity: . Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Glossy Transparent 1

Glaze type: Ca Zn B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        33.0       33.00
Gerstley borate          23.0       23.00
Zinc oxide                6.0        6.00
Barium carbonate          6.0        6.00
EPK                       4.0        4.00
Flint                    27.0       27.00
Whiting                   1.0        1.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Tends toward bluish color. Glaze Type: Ca Zn B. Opacity: Transparent.
Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Glossy Transparent 4

Glaze type: Ca Na B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        25.0       25.00
Gerstley borate          25.0       25.00
Frit 3195                30.0       30.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Na B. Opacity: Transparent. Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Glossy transparent crackles

Glaze type: Crackle
Cone: 08 - 06
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Flaws: Crazes
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                65.0       65.00
Gerstley borate           5.0        5.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
Soda ash                 10.0       10.00
Kaolin                   10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From a University of Georgia class handout on glaze & clay from Andy
Nasisse. Add 10% Superpax for opaque white.


Glaze name: Gold George's

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Gold metallic
Date: 11/19/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                90.0       90.00
Ball clay                10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Silver nitrate            1.0        1.00
Bismuth subnitrate        4.0        4.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Golden-to-Rust

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Visual texture: Mottled
Flow: Slight
Testing: Tested
Date: 06/20/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          37.1       38.00
Lithium carbonate         9.8       10.00
Wollastonite             22.4       23.00
Custer feldspar           7.3        7.50
EPK                       4.9        5.00
Silica                   18.5       19.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      102.50

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Yellow iron oxide         4.9        5.00
Tin oxide                 9.8       10.00

Comments:

Semi-gloss mottled golden nomal or thick to rust thin. Breaks rust over texture.
I used reclaimed yellow iron. black slip and green Cu+ Cr slips show well.


Glaze name: Green

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 06/27/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar         5.0        5.00
Talc                     10.0       10.00
Nepheline syenite        55.0       55.00
Dolomite                 15.0       15.00
Borax                    15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chromium oxide            1.0        1.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Green Bright Glaze II Behrens

Cone: 06
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Green
Date: 08/12/2018

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate         7.7        7.70
Frit 3134                40.7       40.70
EPK                      24.5       24.50
Silica                   27.1       27.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chromium oxide            1.0        1.00
coarse lithim             1.0        1.00

Comments:

From Richard Behrens via CM. Tested by Cheryl Pannabecker in Pottery Making
Illustrated May/June 2011. Translucent green. Pools.
Variations --
+7% tin or titanium for opaque


Glaze name: Green Chinese

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Color: Green
Date: 06/27/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        12.4       12.40
Ball clay                23.8       23.80
EPK                      23.8       23.80
Gerstley borate          11.4       11.40
Flint                    23.8       23.80
Lithium carbonate         4.8        4.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          2.9        2.90

Comments:

Goes black and green in gas firing.From Clay Times S/Oct '02. p23


Glaze name: Green Clear

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Green
Date: 05/22/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate         3.7        3.70
EPK                      21.0       21.00
Frit 3110                 9.5        9.50
Frit 3134                 9.8        9.80
Frit 3195                56.0       56.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          2.0        2.00
Red iron oxide            3.0        3.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Green Mohawk

Cone: 04
Date: 10/26/2015

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                50.0       51.00
Minspar                  20.6       21.00
EPK                      15.7       16.00
Spodumene                11.8       12.00
Zinc oxide                2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      102.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          2.9        3.00

Comments:

"Recipe is low in silica and high in Al and fluxes (sodium, calcium, boron, and
lithium). Rich, saturated green. Strong visual texture when applied thick."


Glaze name: Green new

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Testing: Untested
Date: 06/27/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        27.3       15.00
Magnesium carbonate      10.9        6.00
Frit 3134                43.6       24.00
Kaolin - theoretical      9.1        5.00
Silica                    9.1        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       55.00

Also add:

Chromium oxide            1.8        1.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Green Ryan's

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 06-04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Green
Date: 02/18/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                70.1       70.10
Gerstley borate           7.6        7.60
Soda ash                  7.5        7.50
EPK                       6.0        6.00
Flint                     8.8        8.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          5.0        5.00
Red iron oxide            5.5        5.50
Chromium oxide            0.1        0.13

Comments:


Glaze name: green Sprite bottle

Glaze type: Alkaline
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Chartreuse
Date: 02/08/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                63.3       63.20
Soda ash                 15.1       15.10
EPK                       4.7        4.70
Silica                    7.5        7.50
Gillespie borate          9.4        9.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Red iron oxide           10.0       10.00
Copper carbonate          3.0        3.00
Chromium oxide            0.3        0.25

Comments:

From Lisa Orr, who works on lowfire whiteware w/red sig, bisqued to 01, glaze-fired
to 04. Crackles.
Variations --
try 1.5% copper carb in place of 3%.
Other chartreuse:in place of other colorants use 0.5% chrome oxide.
Honey:  10% iron ox


Glaze name: Gunmetal Semi-gloss Opaque Cone 1

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 1
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Metallic grey
Date: 11/06/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        84.8       78.00
Frit 3134                10.9       10.00
Whiting                   1.1        1.00
Kaolin                    3.3        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       92.00

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              2.2        2.00
Copper oxide              2.2        2.00
Manganese dioxide         2.2        2.00
Red iron oxide            2.2        2.00

Comments:

+ CMC 1 tsp. From James Chappell "The Potters Complete Book of Clay and Glazes"


Glaze name: Icing

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Clear
Date: 05/27/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                  10.0       10.00
Frit 3124                65.0       65.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
Silica                   10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Satin base for colors. Opaque with colors. Pottery Making Illustrated May/Jn 2014
Variations --
Deep red = 5% Mason 6088 red
light red-violet = 6% Mason 6304 Chrome tin violet stain


Glaze name: Ivory Cobblestone Base

Cone: 02
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Tan
Date: 04/20/2015

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                55.0       55.00
Custer feldspar          26.0       26.00
GoldArt                  11.0       11.00
Dolomite                  8.0        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 3.0        3.00
Titanium dioxide          2.0        2.00

Comments:

From 4th Ed Electric Kiln Ceramics. Gloss ivory white glaze.


Glaze name: J's Dry Lithium Blue

Glaze type: Li
Cone: 05
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Stone Matte
Color: Opaque Blue Green
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate        28.1       28.10
EPK                      10.4       10.40
Calcined kaolin          20.8       20.80
Bentonite                 5.2        5.20
Silica                   35.4       35.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Copper carbonate          6.2        6.20

Comments:

From Jeremy Jernigan




Glaze name: J's Graphite Metallic 05-04

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 05/04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Sculpture
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Metallic Gray
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124 (Ferro)        30.0       30.00
Whiting                  15.0       15.00
Custer spar              45.0       45.00
Bentonite                10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Iron oxide               35.0       35.00
Copper oxide             20.0       20.00
Cobalt carbonate         12.0       12.00
Manganese dioxide         5.0        5.00
Cone: 06                  4.0        4.00
Frit 3110               3496.0     3496.00
Custer feldspar         1728.0     1728.00
Barium carbonate        872.0      872.00
EPK                     1112.0     1112.00
Cornwall Stone          792.0      792.00

Comments:

apply thinly
From Jeremy Jernegan


Glaze name: J's Graphite Metallic 06

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 05/04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Sculpture
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Metallic Gray
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                43.7       43.70
Custer feldspar          21.6       21.60
Barium carbonate         10.9       10.90
EPK                      13.9       13.90
Cornwall Stone            9.9        9.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Iron oxide               35.0       35.00
Copper oxide             20.0       20.00
Cobalt carbonate         12.0       12.00
Manganese dioxide         5.0        5.00

Comments:

apply thinly. From Jeremy Jernegan.


Glaze name: J's Variation blue

Cone: 05
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Stone Matte Slip or Engobe
Color: Opaque Blue Green
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate        27.3       27.30
EPK                      10.1       10.10
Mullite                  20.2       20.20
Silica                   42.4       42.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate        150.0      150.00

Comments:

From Jeremy  Jernigan. More vitrified than J's Dry Lithium Blue.




Glaze name: Jackeeze Matt 04

Glaze type: Lithium matt
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          36.8       35.00
Nepheline syenite         5.3        5.00
EPK                       5.3        5.00
Flint                    44.2       42.00
Lithium carbonate         8.4        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       95.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 5.3        5.00
CMC                       1.1        1.00

Comments:

Variations --
green + 3 Copper Carb
blue + 2.5 copper carb + 1/4 Co Carb
Pink + 5 pink Stain
grey + 10 silver stain
Adding 5-10% whiting w/stains that need CA will enhance color (Cr-Sn pinks,
victoria Green, etc.)


Glaze name: Jacquie's Matt

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-Matte or Satin
Color: Translucent White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          38.0       38.00
Nepheline syenite         5.0        5.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Flint                    44.0       44.00
Lithium carbonate         8.0        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 5.0        5.00

Comments:

add CMC gum 1
Mix CMC gum with water and add gum solution to glaze for brush application.
Variations --
flasho pink 3% rutile + 10% tin
Pink: 5 pink stain.
Green: 3 copper carb.
Blue: 2.5 copper carb + 0.25 cobalt carb.
Grey: 10 silver stain.


Glaze name: Jaquie Rice Lithium Base

Cone: 04
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Semi-Matte or Satin
Color: varies - base glaze
Testing: Untested
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          38.0       38.00
Lithium carbonate        10.0       10.00
Nepheline syenite         5.0        5.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Silica                   42.0       42.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

(from Laura Zindell - a former student at RISDE) This is a nice
textural low-fire glaze - fire to 04 for semi-matt, 03 for
semi-gloss. For opacity add 8% zircopax. Colors: green - 2% chrome
oxide, 2% copper carbonate; turquoise - 4% copper carbonate, 3%
rutile; blue - 2% cobalt carbonate; black - 3% cobalt carbonate, 12%
RIO; yellow - 4% rutile; yellow brown (especially nice) - 16% RIO.
Note: all of these glazes contain large amounts of gerstley borate,
which is soluble with time. If you don't use the glaze up within six
months or so you may have to toss it and mix a new batch. An
alternative is to replace all of the gerstley borate with 3134 frit.
submitted by: Wenzel K Pitelka e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Johnson Semi Matt

Glaze type: Ca Na Mg B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                77.3       77.30
Clay                     13.6       13.60
Talc theoretical          9.1        9.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Na Mg B. Opacity: . Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Johnson Semi Matt Revised

Glaze type: Ca Mg B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi Matt
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                72.8       72.70
Clay                     13.6       13.60
Talc                     13.6       13.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Mg B. Opacity: . Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Johnson Semi-Opaque

Glaze type: Ca B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                30.0       30.00
Colemanite               25.0       25.00
Whiting                   5.0        5.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Nepheline Sye            15.0       15.00
Talc                      5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca B. Opacity: Semi-opaque. Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: June's Blue Suede c011

Cone: 011
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Color: Opaque Blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ferro frit 3110          37.1       37.10
Nepheline syenite        30.9       30.90
Barium carbonate          9.3        9.30
EPK                      14.4       14.40
Cornwall Stone            8.2        8.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Copper carbonate          8.2        8.20

Comments:

Dry suede sculpture finish. June Raymond.


Glaze name: June's Sperm Glaze

Cone: 06
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: White
Date: 11/10/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                57.5       57.50
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Silica                   37.5       37.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From June Raymond. Thick, viscous white. May bead if used very thickly.


Glaze name: kiln wash - John Britt

Date: 08/10/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Alumina hydrate          50.0       50.00
Calcined kaolin          25.0       25.00
EPK                      25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Article CM Mar 2009 p 52.


Glaze name: Kiln Wash Buck's

Glaze type: Kiln wash
Date: 06/06/2017

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Alumina hydrate          32.0       32.00
Kyanite                  17.0       17.00
EPK                      35.0       35.00
sand                     16.0       16.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

kyanite is 35 mesh


Glaze name: Kiln Wash I John Britt

Glaze type: Kiln wash
Date: 06/06/2017

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

EPK                      10.0       10.00
Zircopax                 90.0       90.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Kiln Wash II John Britt

Glaze type: Kiln wash
Date: 06/06/2017

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Alumina hydrate          25.0       25.00
EPK                      25.0       25.00
Calcined kaolin          25.0       25.00
Zircopax                 25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Kiln Wash III John Britt

Glaze type: Kiln wash
Date: 06/06/2017

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Alumina hydrate           9.0        9.00
Calcined kaolin          28.0       28.00
EPK                      18.0       18.00
Silica                   45.0       45.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Kiln Wash Karl's Killer

Glaze type: Kiln wash
Date: 06/06/2017

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ball clay                10.0       10.00
EPK                      30.0       30.00
Silica                   20.0       20.00
Ultrox                   40.0       40.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Kiln Wash No Crack

Glaze type: Kiln wash
Date: 06/06/2017

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Alumina hydrate          50.0       50.00
Calcined kaolin          25.0       25.00
EPK                      25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: LEAD 010 Red Orange

Glaze type: Pb Li RawLead
Cone: 010 - 08
Firing: Oxidation
Color: Laquer Red
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

White lead               76.0       76.00
Lithium carbonate         4.0        4.00
Flint                    16.0       16.00
EPK                       4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chrome oxide              3.0        3.00
Tin oxide                 6.0        6.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Pb Li RawLead. TOXIC!! Opacity: . Firing type: Oxidation
.


Glaze name: LEAD 04 Stratton Grueby

Glaze type: Lead matt
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin Matt
Color: Various
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

White lead               35.7       35.70
Whiting                  21.4       21.40
Custer spar              17.9       17.90
Kaolin                    8.9        8.90
Ball clay                 8.9        8.90
Flint                     7.1        7.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Comments:

This is an historically accurate formula taken from the files of
Pewabic Pottery.  It was Stratton's attempt to recreate a green like
William Grueby's (of Boston), a surface and color that was very
popular in its time.
 [Diana Kulisek] Glaze Type: Ca RawLead AlMatt. Opacity: Opaque.
Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: LEAD B.B.

Glaze type: Zn FritLead
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3304                80.3       80.33
Georgia kaolin            6.6        6.63
Zinc oxide               13.1       13.05
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type:  Zn FritLead . Opacity: . Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: LEAD Otto's Texture

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Texture
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Orange to green
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

White lead               62.1       62.10
Custer spar              20.0       20.00
EPK                       4.2        4.20
Barium carbonate          9.5        9.50
Cornwall Stone            4.2        4.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Infamous sculpture glaze. Scaley, dry. VERY toxic! Variations --
Colorants to try: rutile 6-10%. Copper 3-6%. Cobalt carb  1-5%. iron
3-5%. Chrome 6% = the infamous green-to-orange.


Glaze name: Lichen Charlie Cummings

Glaze type: Lichen
Cone: 1-3
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Lichen
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Date: 05/17/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Bone ash                 50.0       50.00
Frit 3134                50.0       50.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Charlie Cummings Unlike magnesium based glazes, this glaze gives good color
response with cobalt, copper, iron and some commercial stains.  All of the cool
kids add dish liquid to the glaze, whip it to a froth, and dip pots in it.  The
bubbles dry out and leave their structure behind.  (Ok, so none of the cool kids
did it.  It was just me.)

Note: orig glaze calls for synthetic bone ash


Glaze name: Lichen Glaze Thomas'

Glaze type: Lichen
Cone: 06
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Lichen
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 3/26/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          49.0       49.02
Magnesium carbonate      29.4       29.41
EPK                       9.8        9.80
Plastic vitrox            9.8        9.80
Zinc oxide                2.0        1.96
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.99

Comments:

My recipe for a low fire lichen glaze is as above. I usually apply it
by blotting it on with a brush. Long strokes tend to line up the
scales. It works well at 06, but if you find that it's too dry or
fugitive, increase the zinc. An addition of 5% copper carb yields a
green lizard skin. submitted by: Thomas E. Lee e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Lichen MNO

Glaze type: Lichen
Cone: 06
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Lichen
Date: 03/17/2018

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Borax                    25.0       25.00
Lithium carbonate         9.0        9.00
Magnesium carbonate      39.0       39.00
Frit 3134                 3.0        3.00
Nepheline syenite        24.0       24.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          5.0        5.00
Bentonite                 3.0        3.00

Comments:

Can be brushed on. Some glaze may flake in firing. After firing scrape or
sandblast to remove loose glaze. You can bees' wax and then torch to set/remove
some of the wax. Often looks best fired multiple times.  Neph sy wash will
prevent flaking. From Darren Emenau via Ceramic Arts Network.


Glaze name: Lichen Thomas' Glaze

Glaze type: Lichen
Cone: 06
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Lichen
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 3/26/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          49.0       49.00
Magnesium carbonate      29.4       29.40
EPK                       9.8        9.80
Plastic vitrox            9.8        9.80
Zinc oxide                2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

My recipe for a low fire lichen glaze is as above. I usually apply it
by blotting it on with a brush. Long strokes tend to line up the
scales. It works well at 06, but if you find that it's too dry or
fugitive, increase the zinc.  submitted by: Thomas E. Lee e-mail:
[email protected]
Variations --
An addition of 5% copper carb yields a
green lizard skin.


Glaze name: Lime Matt Zaeder

Glaze type: Lithium Matt
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Color: Chartreuse
Testing: Untested
Date: 02/13/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate         7.0        7.00
Wollastonite             25.0       25.00
Frit 3134                40.0       40.00
Ball clay                22.0       22.00
Flint                     6.0        6.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Joan Bruneau in CM Jan. 2002 p.70 Variations -- Add Mason nickel
stain 7%


Glaze name: Lime Matt Zaeder no Wollastonite

Glaze type: Lithium Matt
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Chartreuse
Testing: Untested
Date: 02/13/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                  0.4        0.40
Whiting                  20.1       20.00
Frit 3134                38.2       38.00
Silica                    7.0        7.00
Nepheline syenite         1.0        1.00
Spodumene - theoretical   33.2       33.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.40

Comments:

From Joan Bruneau in CM Jan. 2002 p.70
Variations --
Add Mason nickel stain 7%


Glaze name: Linda's new red 9-07

Date: 09/26/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Talc theoretical         71.4        5.00
Spodumene                28.6        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0        7.00

Also add:

Bentonite                28.6        2.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Liner base

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 05/31/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        12.2       12.20
Frit 3134                47.0       46.90
Dolomite                  5.1        5.10
Zinc oxide                7.1        7.10
EPK                      10.2       10.20
Calcined kaolin          11.2       11.20
Silica                    7.1        7.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.80

Comments:

From Edouard Bastarache via ClayArt.
http://edouardbastarache.blogspot.com/


Glaze name: Liner Bill's Basic White

Cone: 04-2
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: White
Date: 09/22/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                65.8       65.80
Minspar 200              17.1       17.10
Nepheline syenite         6.3        6.30
Tile 6 kaolin            10.8       10.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Rutile                    0.5        0.50
Zircopax                 14.0       14.00

Comments:

From Adero Willard, Pottery Making Illus. Sept/Oct. 2104


Glaze name: Lizard

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 06 - 04
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Lichen
Testing: Untested
Date: 08/01/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Magnesium carbonate      25.0       25.00
Lithium carbonate         9.4        9.40
Borax                     6.2        6.20
Gerstley borate          43.8       43.80
Silica                    3.1        3.10
Nepheline syenite        12.5       12.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Chrome oxide              0.2        0.20

Comments:

comments: this glaze can be fired from 06-04 successfully... texture
is  slightly varying. submitted by: Robert H Wilson e-mail:
[email protected] source for the original recipe: Megan Wolfe


Glaze name: Lizard Skin Denise's

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 06-04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Lichen
Transparency: Opaque
Color: grey-green
Date: 02/18/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                54.5       55.00
Talc                     16.4       16.50
Dolomite                 17.3       17.50
EPK                       6.2        6.30
Flint                     5.0        5.00
Silicon carbide           0.6        0.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.90

Also add:

Vanadium oxide            5.9        6.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Silicon carbide must be very fine for this to work.


Glaze name: Lizard Skin Rhonda's

Glaze type: Lichen
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: White
Testing: Tested
Date: 12/16/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Borax                     4.0        4.00
Gerstley borate          46.0       46.00
Magnesium carbonate      31.0       31.00
EPK                      19.0       19.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Done over a black (iron) slip. Produces a crisp to softened crack/bead surface
depending on thickness and colorants. Tested by Rhonda Chan.
Variations --
+ rio3.2% = soft edges - brown
+6 Rutile = butter-colored crawl over brown
+1.5 chrome =  brown on brown.
+ copper carb 2.9 + cobalt carb 1 = forest green  w soft edges to crawl.


Glaze name: Love Child

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Crystals: Small
Date: 11/26/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate        25.9       26.10
Barium carbonate         16.1       16.20
Kona F-4 feldspar        40.2       40.50
Flint                     4.5        4.50
EPK                       8.9        9.00
Whiting                   4.5        4.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.80

Comments:

From Mark Burleson's  The Ceramic Glaze Handbook p. 104. May be very fluid if
applied too thickly. Crystalline matte, works well w/most colors. Excellent sprayed.


Glaze name: Luster V.C. Low Fire 1

Glaze type: Ca Pb B RawLead Luster
Cone: 010 - 04
Firing: Luster
Surface texture: shiny
Color: Luster
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Red lead                 50.0       50.00
Gerstley borate          30.0       30.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Silver nitrate            2.0        2.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Pb B RawLead Luster. Opacity: . Firing type: Luster .


Glaze name: Luster V.C. Low Fire 2

Glaze type: Ca B Luster
Cone: 010 - 04
Firing: Luster
Surface texture: shiny
Color: Gold Luster
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          81.7       81.60
Cornwall Stone           16.3       16.30
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Tin oxide                 1.0        1.00
Silver nitrate            2.0        2.00

Comments:

Hard gold luster in raku. Glaze Type: Ca B Luster. Opacity: . Firing
type: Luster .


Glaze name: Luster V.C. Low Fire 3

Glaze type: Na Li Pb RawLead Luster
Cone: 010 - 04
Firing: Luster
Color: Luster
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

White lead               50.0       50.00
Nepheline Sye            30.0       30.00
Lithium carbonate         5.0        5.00
Cryolite                  5.0        5.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
Clay                      5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Silver nitrate            2.0        2.00
Bismuth subnitrate        1.0        1.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Na Li Pb RawLead Luster . Opacity: . Firing type: Luster
.


Glaze name: Luster V.C. Low Fire 5

Glaze type: Na Ca Luster
Cone: 010 - 04
Firing: Luster
Surface texture: shiny
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                85.0       85.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Whiting                   5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper oxide              2.0        2.00
Silver Sulphide           2.0        2.00
Copper Sulphate           2.0        2.00
Silver carbonate          2.0        2.00

Comments:

Fire up to 1000 C., let cool to 800 C., then reduce 20 minutes with
10 inch flame at spy hole, Cool kiln in some reduction.  Use alkaline
Ferro frit. Glaze Type: Na Ca Luster. Opacity: . Firing type: Luster .


Glaze name: Luster Orange

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 010 - 08
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Color: Orange
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

White lead               79.1       79.20
Lithium carbonate         4.2        4.20
Flint                    16.7       16.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Praseodymium              7.3        7.30
Naples Stain              3.1        3.10
Uranium oxide             7.3        7.30

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Pb Li RawLead Luster. Opacity: . Firing type: Luster .


Glaze name: Luster Silver

Glaze type: Luster
Cone: 010 - 08
Firing: Luster
Color: Metallic silver
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

White lead               78.4     6269.00
Lithium carbonate         4.1      330.00
Flint                    16.5     1319.00
Soda ash                  1.0       82.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0     8000.00

Also add:

Silver nitrate            2.1      165.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Pb Li RawLead Luster. Opacity: . Firing type: Luster .


Glaze name: M.J. Base

Glaze type: Ca Na B Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy
Color: Warm White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                45.5       45.50
Frit 3134                34.1       34.10
Kona F-4 feldspar        15.9       15.90
EPK                       2.3        2.30
Bentonite                 2.3        2.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Tin oxide                 9.1        9.10
Rutile                    1.1        1.10

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Na B Majolica. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type:
Oxidation .


Glaze name: Macrocrystalline jm2 (mkh 39)

Glaze type: Crystalline
Cone: 1
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 05/17/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                43.4       43.00
Zinc oxide               23.2       23.00
Silica                   15.2       15.00
Lithium carbonate         9.1        9.00
Laguna borate             9.1        9.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.00

Comments:

From Charlie Cummings Yep, it grows crystals.  Nice ones if you give it time.  I
stopped playing with it because every time I put it in the kiln my CCCS color base
(from my last post) would have problems.  Specifically, the chrome and the iron
versions would blister.  I think it may have something to do with the large amount
of zinc in the glaze...or I may be superstitious.


Glaze name: Magda's Icing Glaze

Date: 04/11/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          38.0       38.00
Lithium carbonate        10.0       10.00
Nepheline syenite         5.0        5.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Flint                    42.0       42.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Magda's Icing Glaze Revised

Date: 04/11/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          38.0       38.00
Lithium carbonate        10.0       10.00
Nepheline syenite         5.0        5.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Flint                    42.0       42.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Maiolica

Glaze type: Ca Na B Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                78.2       78.20
EPK                      13.2       13.20
Calcined kaolin           5.5        5.50
Barium carbonate          3.1        3.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 4.7        4.70
Zircopax                  4.7        4.70

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Na B Majolica. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type:
Oxidation .


Glaze name: Maiolica - Frosting

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 10/17/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                65.8       54.80
Kona F-4 feldspar        17.2       14.30
Kaolin                   10.8        9.00
Nepheline syenite         6.2        5.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       83.30

Also add:

Zircopax Plus            20.0       16.70

Comments:

From Kristen Pavelka. Marshmallow on top of other glazes.


Glaze name: Maiolica Darcy Margeson's

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 08/22/2017

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                70.5       70.50
Ball clay                15.8       15.80
Flint                    13.7       13.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 13.0       13.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Maiolica Ostermann 02

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 02-01
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 06/28/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                69.7       69.70
Ball clay                10.1       10.10
Kaolin                   10.1       10.10
Flint                     6.7        6.70
Whiting                   3.4        3.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 12.4       12.40

Comments:

From Matthias Ostermann


Glaze name: Maiolica Ostermann 05

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 05
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 06/28/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                67.5       67.40
Frit 3195                11.2       11.20
Ball clay                 7.3        7.30
Kaolin                    7.3        7.30
Flint                     4.5        4.50
Whiting                   2.2        2.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Zircopax                 12.4       12.40

Comments:

From Matthias Ostermann.


Glaze name: Maiolica Peggy Mack

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 08/22/2017

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                39.0       39.00
Frit 3195                39.0       39.00
Talc theoretical         10.0       10.00
EPK                       8.0        8.00
Flint                     4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 10.0       10.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

add v-gum 1/8%


Glaze name: Maiolica Richard Selfredge

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 08/22/2017

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                11.0       11.00
Frit 3124                62.0       62.00
Whiting                   3.0        3.00
Kaolin                    9.0        9.00
Tile 6 clay              10.0       10.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Superpax                 15.0       15.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Maiolica WOM

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ferro frit 3124          77.0       77.00
Whiting                   7.0        7.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        14.0       14.00
EPK                       2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 10.0       10.00
Tin oxide                 5.0        5.00
Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

submitted by: Jan Beimborn
e-mail: [email protected] source for original recipe:
Andrea Gill


Glaze name: Majolica

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 05 - 04
Firing: oxidation
Surface texture: glossy
Color: white
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 17.6       17.60
Ferro frit 3124          65.9       65.90
Nepheline syenite         6.6        6.60
Kaolin                    9.9        9.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 9.9        9.90
Yellow ochre              0.4        0.40
Bentonite                 3.3        3.30

Comments:

or use zircopax 18 Beautiful opaque white, smooth, doesn't move. I don't know
who the original creators of these are. Hope you all enjoy them: sue
hintz 


Glaze name: Majolica 01

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 01
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Color: Opaque White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ferro frit 3124          77.7       77.70
Calcined kaolin           5.8        5.80
EPK                      16.5       16.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 14.0       14.00

Comments:

From S. Davis-Rosenbaum. Greg's revision from Zakin p.87. Semi-gloss
@ 01, matt @ 04. Stains: 3 frit 3124 + 2 stain. Uses Leslie Ceramics
stains: Z560 Black, D320 Pink, 100 Blue, 1166 Blue, 378 Yellow, AM223
Green. Could be tried for once-firing w/hi bisque. Add .5% golden
brown stain if too white.


Glaze name: Majolica Alec's

Date: 01/20/2010

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                75.0       75.00
EPK                      15.2       15.20
Calcined kaolin           6.5        6.50
Barium carbonate          3.3        3.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                  3.3        3.30
Tin oxide                 5.4        5.40
Bentonite                 2.2        2.20

Comments:


Glaze name: Majolica Andream Gill's WOM

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 05-04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 08/22/2017

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                77.0       77.00
Whiting                   7.0        7.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        14.0       14.00
EPK                       2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 10.0       10.00
Tin oxide                 5.0        5.00
Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Majolica Ann Currier's Waxy 04-03

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3292                80.0       80.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 10.0       10.00

Comments:

Variations -- Use 5 tin in place of 10 zircopax


Glaze name: Majolica Arbuckle

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Visual texture: None
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Source: Linda Arbuckle
Date: 11/11/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                65.7       65.80
EPK                      10.8       10.80
Nepheline syenite         6.2        6.20
Minspar 200 Feldspar     17.3       17.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Tin oxide                 4.0        4.00
Zircopax                  8.0        8.00

Comments:

Very white opaque viscous glaze. Make sure all trimmed areas are ribbed smooth, or
pinholing may result. Glaze thickness is an issue. Too thick an application may
produce white dotting thru colored surface decoration, and/or pinholing.

Suggested colorants: Frit 3124 1 + 1/2 bentonite + copper, cobalt, or iron 1 by
volume. Refractory colorants 2-3 frit 3124 + 1/2 bentonite + 1 rutile, or chrome.
Most stains 2-3 frit + 1/2 bentonite + 1 stain. Do not use body stains like Mason
6020 pink, Ti yellow, or Lavender as they are too refractory and will pig-skin.


Glaze name: Majolica Arbuckle -less Al

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Visual texture: None
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Source: Linda Arbuckle
Date: 11/11/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                65.1       65.10
Kaolin - theoretical     11.0       11.00
Potash feldspar - theoretical   23.9       23.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 0.6        0.60
Tin oxide                 1.1        1.10
Zircopax                  2.3        2.30

Comments:

Very white opaque viscous glaze. Make sure all trimmed areas are ribbed smooth, or
pinholing may result. Glaze thickness is an issue. Too thick an application may
produce white dotting thru colored surface decoration, and/or pinholing.

Suggested colorants: Frit 3124 1 + 1/2 bentonite + copper, cobalt, or iron 1 by
volume. Refractory colorants 2-3 frit 3124 + 1/2 bentonite + 1 rutile, or chrome.
Most stains 2-3 frit + 1/2 bentonite + 1 stain. Do not use body stains like Mason
6020 pink, Ti yellow, or Lavender as they are too refractory and will pig-skin.


Glaze name: Majolica Arbuckle hi clay

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Visual texture: None
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Source: Linda Arbuckle
Date: 11/11/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                37.8       37.80
Nepheline syenite        20.2       20.20
Kaolin - theoretical     29.3       29.30
Wollastonite              3.3        3.30
Silica                    9.3        9.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.9        1.90
Zircopax                  9.6        9.60
Tin oxide                 4.8        4.80

Comments:

Very white opaque viscous glaze. Make sure all trimmed areas are ribbed
smooth, or pinholing may result. Glaze thickness is an issue. Too thick
an application may produce white dotting thru colored surface decoration,
and/or pinholing.

Suggested colorants: Gerstley borate 1 + copper, cobalt, or iron 1 by volume
Refractory colorants GB 4 + rutile, or chrome 4. Most stains 3 GB + 1
stain. Do not use body stains like Mason 6020 pink, Ti yellow, or Lavender


Glaze name: Majolica Arbuckle lower Si

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Visual texture: None
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Source: Linda Arbuckle
Date: 11/11/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                41.2       41.20
Nepheline syenite        22.2       22.20
Kaolin - theoretical     30.0       30.00
Whiting                   2.6        2.60
Silica                    3.9        3.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Zircopax                  8.0        8.00
Tin oxide                 4.5        4.50

Comments:

Very white opaque viscous glaze. Make sure all trimmed areas are ribbed
smooth, or pinholing may result. Glaze thickness is an issue. Too thick
an application may produce white dotting thru colored surface decoration,
and/or pinholing.

Suggested colorants: Gerstley borate 1 + copper, cobalt, or iron 1 by volume
Refractory colorants GB 4 + rutile, or chrome 4. Most stains 3 GB + 1
stain. Do not use body stains like Mason 6020 pink, Ti yellow, or Lavender


Glaze name: Majolica Arbuckle lower Si 2

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Visual texture: None
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Source: Linda Arbuckle
Date: 11/11/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                37.8       37.80
Nepheline syenite        20.2       20.20
Kaolin - theoretical     29.3       29.30
Wollastonite              3.3        3.30
Silica                    9.3        9.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Zircopax                  9.0        9.00
Tin oxide                 4.8        4.80

Comments:

Very white opaque viscous glaze. Make sure all trimmed areas are ribbed
smooth, or pinholing may result. Glaze thickness is an issue. Too thick
an application may produce white dotting thru colored surface decoration,
and/or pinholing.

Suggested colorants: Gerstley borate 1 + copper, cobalt, or iron 1 by volume
Refractory colorants GB 4 + rutile, or chrome 4. Most stains 3 GB + 1
stain. Do not use body stains like Mason 6020 pink, Ti yellow, or Lavender


Glaze name: Majolica Arbuckle w 3134

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Visual texture: None
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Source: Linda Arbuckle
Date: 11/11/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                37.6       37.60
Kaolin - theoretical     25.8       25.80
Potash feldspar - theoretical   25.2       25.20
Whiting                   2.7        2.70
Silica                    8.6        8.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.9        1.90
Tin oxide                 4.0        4.00
Zircopax                  8.0        8.00

Comments:

Very white opaque viscous glaze. Make sure all trimmed areas are ribbed smooth, or
pinholing may result. Glaze thickness is an issue. Too thick an application may
produce white dotting thru colored surface decoration, and/or pinholing.

Suggested colorants: Frit 3124 1 + 1/2 bentonite + copper, cobalt, or iron 1 by
volume. Refractory colorants 2-3 frit 3124 + 1/2 bentonite + 1 rutile, or chrome.
Most stains 2-3 frit + 1/2 bentonite + 1 stain. Do not use body stains like Mason
6020 pink, Ti yellow, or Lavender as they are too refractory and will pig-skin.


Glaze name: Majolica Arbuckle w Frit 3249

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Visual texture: None
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Source: Linda Arbuckle
Date: 11/11/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                23.5       23.50
Frit 3249                19.8       19.80
Kaolin - theoretical      1.6        1.60
Nepheline syenite        36.2       36.20
Bone ash                  0.1        0.06
Wollastonite             11.2       11.20
Silica                    7.7        7.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.06

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Tin oxide                 4.0        4.00
Zircopax                  7.9        7.90

Comments:

Very white opaque viscous glaze. Make sure all trimmed areas are ribbed smooth, or
pinholing may result. Glaze thickness is an issue. Too thick an application may
produce white dotting thru colored surface decoration, and/or pinholing.

Suggested colorants: Frit 3124 1 + 1/2 bentonite + copper, cobalt, or iron 1 by
volume. Refractory colorants 2-3 frit 3124 + 1/2 bentonite + 1 rutile, or chrome.
Most stains 2-3 frit + 1/2 bentonite + 1 stain. Do not use body stains like Mason
6020 pink, Ti yellow, or Lavender as they are too refractory and will pig-skin.


Glaze name: Majolica Arbuckle w Frit 3249 (2)

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Visual texture: None
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Source: Linda Arbuckle
Date: 11/11/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                35.4       35.40
Frit 3249                15.5       15.50
Kaolin - theoretical      1.3        1.30
Kona F-4 feldspar        47.8       47.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Tin oxide                 3.5        3.50
Zircopax                  8.0        8.00

Comments:

Very white opaque viscous glaze. Make sure all trimmed areas are ribbed smooth, or
pinholing may result. Glaze thickness is an issue. Too thick an application may
produce white dotting thru colored surface decoration, and/or pinholing.

Suggested colorants: Frit 3124 1 + 1/2 bentonite + copper, cobalt, or iron 1 by
volume. Refractory colorants 2-3 frit 3124 + 1/2 bentonite + 1 rutile, or chrome.
Most stains 2-3 frit + 1/2 bentonite + 1 stain. Do not use body stains like Mason
6020 pink, Ti yellow, or Lavender as they are too refractory and will pig-skin.


Glaze name: Majolica Arbuckle w Frit F69

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Visual texture: None
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Source: Linda Arbuckle
Date: 11/11/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                22.4       22.40
Frit F69                 18.9       18.90
Kaolin - theoretical      1.6        1.60
Nepheline syenite        34.8       34.70
Whiting                   9.2        9.20
Silica                   13.0       13.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.80

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.9        1.90
Tin oxide                 3.8        3.80
Zircopax                  7.6        7.60

Comments:

Very white opaque viscous glaze. Make sure all trimmed areas are ribbed smooth, or
pinholing may result. Glaze thickness is an issue. Too thick an application may
produce white dotting thru colored surface decoration, and/or pinholing.

Suggested colorants: Frit 3124 1 + 1/2 bentonite + copper, cobalt, or iron 1 by
volume. Refractory colorants 2-3 frit 3124 + 1/2 bentonite + 1 rutile, or chrome.
Most stains 2-3 frit + 1/2 bentonite + 1 stain. Do not use body stains like Mason
6020 pink, Ti yellow, or Lavender as they are too refractory and will pig-skin.


Glaze name: Majolica Arbuckle w/ash

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Visual texture: None
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Source: Linda Arbuckle
Date: 11/11/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kaolin - theoretical     27.5       38.40
Tin oxide                 3.6        5.00
Zirconium oxide           4.8        6.70
Ash wood                 23.9       33.30
Boric acid               11.5       16.10
Whiting                   3.4        4.70
Flint                    25.3       35.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      139.50

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.4        2.00

Comments:

Very white opaque viscous glaze. Make sure all trimmed areas are
ribbed smooth, or pinholing may result. Glaze thickness is an issue.
Too thick an application may produce white dotting thru colored
surface decoration, and/or pinholing.

Suggested colorants: Gerstley borate 1 + copper, cobalt, or iron 1 by
volume Refractory colorants GB 4 + rutile, or chrome 4. Most stains 3
GB + 1 stain. Do not use body stains like Mason 6020 pink, Ti yellow,
or Lavender


Glaze name: Majolica Batz

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Color: Opaque White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                84.3       84.30
Strontium carbonate       2.4        2.40
EPK                      13.3       13.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 15.0       15.00

Comments:

Reported to be gas-fireable.


Glaze name: Majolica Batz Adjusted 05

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 05
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                80.0       80.00
Whiting                   6.0        6.00
EPK                      14.0       14.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 15.0       15.00

Comments:

Walter Ostrom says add Zircopax or superpax 15 - 20%


Glaze name: Majolica Batz Basic

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                82.6       82.60
Barium carbonate          3.3        3.30
EPK                      12.4       12.40
Bentonite                 1.7        1.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 19.8       19.80

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Na B Majolica. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type:
Oxidation .


Glaze name: Majolica Bill's Basic

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy
Color: Warm White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                65.8       65.80
Kona F-4 spar            17.1       17.10
#6 Tile clay             10.8       10.80
Nepheline syenite         6.3        6.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 14.0       14.00
Rutile                    0.5        0.50

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Na B Majolica. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type:
Oxidation .


Glaze name: Majolica Black Siebert Howell Revision

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 03/07/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                72.0       72.00
Flint                    15.0       15.00
EPK                      13.0       13.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00
CMC                       0.4        0.40

Comments:

No opacifier needed. Fire to large 03 cone at 3 o'clock, soak for 20 min at temp.
Variations --
+7% 6650 Mason black stain


Glaze name: Majolica Black Siebert Howell Revision less Si

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 03/07/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                43.0       43.00
Silica                   13.5       13.50
Kaolin - theoretical     33.6       33.60
Custer feldspar           6.7        6.70
Wollastonite              3.1        3.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Bentonite                 0.3        0.30
CMC                       0.1        0.10

Comments:

No opacifier needed. Fire to large 03 cone at 3 o'clock, soak for 20 min at temp.
Variations --
+7% 6650 Mason black stain


Glaze name: Majolica Black Siebert Howell Revision less Si more KNaO

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 03/07/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                43.1       43.10
Silica                   14.3       14.30
Kaolin - theoretical     30.3       30.30
Nepheline syenite         9.3        9.30
Wollastonite              3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 0.1        0.08
CMC                       0.0        0.03

Comments:

No opacifier needed. Fire to large 03 cone at 3 o'clock, soak for 20 min at temp.
Variations --
+7% 6650 Mason black stain


Glaze name: Majolica Charlie Cummings cone 1-3

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 1-3
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 05/12/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Laguna borate            10.4       10.35
Nepheline syenite         8.2        8.15
Tile 6 clay               5.7        5.65
Whiting                   9.8        9.75
Flint                    24.1       24.10
Frit 3124                37.5       37.50
Tennessee #10             4.5        4.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Superpax                 15.0       15.00

Comments:

Charlie Cummings [[email protected]]
Colorants
Parts by volume
3 parts frit 263 + 1 part colorant + 1 part liquid laundry starch
Mason 6023 Mason 6001 Mason 6528 Mason 6108 Mason 6650 Mason 6024 Mason 6025 Mason
6433 Mason 6393 Mason 6374 Mason 6407 Mason 6006

4 parts frit 263 + 1 part colorant + 1 part liquid laundry starch Mason 6223 Mason
6204 Mason 6389 Mason 6026

3 parts frit 263 + 2 part colorant + 1 part liquid laundry starch
Mason 6387

This glaze is based on the fine research done by Linda Arbuckle and everyone who
contributed to her handout I picked up at a workshop in 1994 or 95 in KY.  My
studio members tested many variations and combinations before settling on this
glaze.  It is surprisingly well behaved.  The stains recipes are our concoctions.


Glaze name: Majolica Dark White 05-04

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                56.0       56.00
Frit 3292                26.0       26.00
Whiting                   7.0        7.00
EPK                      11.0       11.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 14.9       14.90

Comments:

From Walter Ostrom. The glaze he uses. 05-04


Glaze name: Majolica Emmett's White Base

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 07/15/2018

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        17.4       17.40
Gerstley borate          26.1       26.10
Frit 3195                26.1       26.10
EPK                       8.7        8.70
Flint                     8.7        8.70
Plastic vitrox           13.0       13.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Zircopax                  8.0        8.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Majolica Greg's Revision cone 01

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 01
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 07/15/2018

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                77.6       77.63
Glomax                    5.8        5.82
EPK                      16.5       16.55
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 13.7       13.70

Comments:

Matt at 04, semi-gloss at cone 01. From Steve Davis-Rosenbaum. Colorants 3 parts
3124 + 2 parts stain.


Glaze name: Majolica Howell revision

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Visual texture: None
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Source: Linda Arbuckle
Date: 11/11/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                32.9       32.90
Kona F-4                  8.6        8.60
EPK                       5.4        5.40
Nepheline syenite         3.1        3.10
Wollastonite             15.5       15.50
Frit 3134                18.8       18.80
Nepheline syenite        12.9       12.90
Ball clay                 2.8        2.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00
Zircopax                  8.1        8.10
Bentonite                 0.9        0.90

Comments:

Very white opaque viscous glaze. Make sure all trimmed areas are ribbed
smooth, or pinholing may result. Glaze thickness is an issue. Too thick
an application may produce white dotting thru colored surface decoration,
and/or pinholing.

Suggested colorants: Gerstley borate 1 + copper, cobalt, or iron 1 by volume
Refractory colorants GB 4 + rutile, or chrome 4. Most stains 3 GB + 1
stain. Do not use body stains like Mason 6020 pink, Ti yellow, or Lavender


Glaze name: Majolica Howell revision Recalc

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Visual texture: None
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Source: Linda Arbuckle
Date: 11/11/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                36.5       36.50
Nepheline syenite        22.8       22.80
Kaolin - theoretical     14.4       14.40
Wollastonite             16.3       16.30
Dolomite                  0.3        0.30
Silica                    9.7        9.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zirconium oxide           5.2        5.20

Comments:

Very white opaque viscous glaze. Make sure all trimmed areas are ribbed
smooth, or pinholing may result. Glaze thickness is an issue. Too thick
an application may produce white dotting thru colored surface decoration,
and/or pinholing.

Glaze moves slightly at cone 03.


Glaze name: Majolica Kathey Ervin

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 07/29/2017

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate          3.3        3.30
Calcined kaolin           5.7        5.70
EPK                      15.2       15.20
Frit 3124                75.8       75.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Zircopax                 13.7       13.70

Comments:


Glaze name: Majolica M.J. Base

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Warm White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                45.5     3636.00
Frit 3134                34.1     2727.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        15.9     1273.00
EPK                       2.3      182.00
Bentonite                 2.3      182.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0     8000.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 9.1      727.00
Rutile                    1.1       91.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Na B Majolica. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type:
Oxidation .


Glaze name: Majolica Matt from Ray

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04-03
Surface texture: Satin matte
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 02/18/2016

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                50.0       50.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
Dolomite                 30.0       30.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 10.0       10.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Majolica Matt White

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/13/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                    30.0       30.00
Wollastonite             26.0       26.00
Nepheline syenite        15.0       15.00
Lithium carbonate        15.0       15.00
EPK                       7.0        7.00
Zinc oxide                7.0        7.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Opax                     10.0       10.00

Comments:

I have a nice semi-matt white that accepts stains well.

Works real well with oxides in the glkaze also. Hope this helps --
Frank Gaydos 510 Gerritt St. Philadelphia,Pa. 19147-5821 USA


Glaze name: Majolica MJ/Andrea

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Color: Opaque White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                65.3       65.30
Whiting                   5.9        5.90
Kona F-4 spar            11.9       11.90
EPK                       2.0        2.00
Superpax                 14.9       14.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Epson salts               2.0        2.00
StayFlo liquid starch 1    1.0        1.00

Comments:

Overglazes: 50% stain + 50% frit 3124. .2 Epsom salts. 1 tsp. StaFlo
liquid starch.


Glaze name: Majolica NEWBATZ

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Color: white majolica
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ferro frit 3124          90.0       90.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 10.0       10.00

Comments:

Batz Glaze w/o Barium Carbonate.


Glaze name: Majolica Ostrom Dark White

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 02/06/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                48.0       48.00
Frit 3292                23.0       23.00
Whiting                   6.0        6.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Zircopax                 13.0       13.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Majolica Patsy's

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                37.0       30.00
Frit 3134                39.5       32.00
EPK                       2.5        2.00
G-200 feldspar            6.2        5.00
Kona F-4                 12.3       10.00
Magnesium carb            2.5        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       81.00

Also add:

Zircopax                  3.5        2.80
Tin oxide                12.3       10.00
Bentonite                 6.2        5.00
Epsom salts               0.4        0.30

Comments:

From Walter Ostrom's handout on majolica


Glaze name: Majolica Posey's Satin

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 03/05/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                65.0       65.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
Dolomite                 10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 10.0       10.00

Comments:

Variations --
soft marigold: color base glaze with 10% golden ambrosia + 10% Chinese yellow stain
Brick red: 0% inclusion red + 6% RIO


Glaze name: Majolica Quackenbush

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Color: White
Date: 12/07/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                68.6       68.60
Ball clay                 6.9        6.90
Frit 3110                 9.8        9.80
Silica                   14.7       14.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 10.0       10.00
Bentonite                 0.5        0.50

Comments:

From Liz Quackenbush. May run a bit. Crazes? Can be brushed on.


Glaze name: Majolica Radasch

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04-02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 07/23/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                66.3       66.30
Frit 3110                15.9       15.90
Frit 5301                 0.5        0.50
EPK                      17.3       17.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 15.9       15.90
Veegum                    1.6        1.60
CMC                       0.5        0.50

Comments:


Glaze name: Majolica Ric's New 04

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit P-25                18.2       18.30
Gerstley borate          12.5       12.50
EPK                      21.8       21.90
Barium carbonate          5.3        5.30
Zinc oxide                2.0        2.00
Zircopax                 13.3       13.30
Silica                   19.7       19.80
Whiting                   7.2        7.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.30

Comments:

Reformulated from a Ric's Majolica which used frit P-311 or 3124.
This glaze is roughly half the cost of fully fritted glaze. Seemed to
work well in test, but it needs further testing on actual work. Use
these Duncan EZ-stroke transparent underglazes as overglaze wash for
color: 003, EZ004, EZ007, EZ012, EZ014, EZ019, EZ020, EZ021, EZ024,
EZ025, EZ027, EZ028, EZ030, EZ032, EZ053 (lip red), EZ161. Most
others will work.EZ017 is slightly dry, EZ006 is quite dry - not
recommended. Cover coat CC 154 works as well. Most other Cover Coat
colors will work when quite thin, but will be dry if thick. Try
adding a teaspoonful of frit or gerstley borate to a jar of CC
underglaze for glossier color. Other color possibilities include
washes of the common colorants (mix chrome and rutile 50/50 with
gerstley borate or frit).


Glaze name: Majolica Scott Harding 04

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 08/15/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                59.7       59.60
Frit 3110                10.6       10.60
EPK                      10.6       10.60
Kona F-4 feldspar        19.1       19.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Zircopax                 12.0       12.00

Comments:

From Scott Harding in "Lowfire Ceramics" by Susan Weschler. Hard raw glaze surface - not very
powdery.


Glaze name: Majolica Siebert

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Visual texture: None
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Source: Terry Siebert
Date: 11/11/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                76.2       77.00
Flint                    10.9       11.00
EPK                      12.9       13.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      101.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Zircopax                  9.9       10.00

Comments:

For decorating mix 25% stain or oxide with 75% frit 3124 (adjust for
refractoryness of oxide or stain) and a tablespoon of liquid laundry
starch. Generally fired to 04. Optional pre-fire to 018 to harden
base glaze for easier decorating. For Black majolica, substitute 8%
Mason 6650 stain for the zircopax. Terry says she sometimes sprays a
very thin coat of clear over her majolica. She says it brightens the
colors, but makes a glossier surface. Terry says 06-03


Glaze name: Majolica Solly's

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 06/22/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                54.0       54.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
Cornwall Stone           27.0       27.00
Whiting                   4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 5.0        5.00
Zircopax Plus             8.0        8.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Posey Bacopolous. Surface is slightly more uneven & less glossy.


Glaze name: Majolica Stan Andersen

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 08/22/2017

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                73.4       73.30
Ball clay                13.3       13.30
Flint                    13.3       13.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Zircopax                 10.7       10.70

Comments:


Glaze name: Majolica Tile 1

Cone: 02
Firing: oxidation
Color: base glaze
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                66.6       66.70
Tile 6 clay              12.5       12.50
Silica                   12.5       12.50
Talc theoretical          4.2        4.20
Zinc oxide                4.2        4.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          2.1        2.10

Comments:

I am firing to cone 02.  In the cases where I brush on the glaze, there is
absolutely no pin holing, whether I apply the glaze very thickly, thickly or
thinly. It's not so much the pin holing itself which interests me (I will work
to eliminate that) but rather that it does not occur when I brush on the glaze
(whether I apply it thickly or thinly and even on several occasions I have
brushed in on raw, fired it and had no pinholes). Any ideas why? bob kavanagh (60
km west of montreal) [email protected]>


Glaze name: Majolica UF Shop c05

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 05
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Color: Opaque White
Testing: Tested
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                66.6       66.60
F-4 spar                 23.0       23.00
EPK                       2.3        2.30
Nepheline syenite         8.1        8.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.3        2.30
Tin oxide                 5.7        5.70
Zircopax                 11.5       11.50

Comments:

Version of Arbuckle majolica lowered to cone 05. Colorants over the
top mixed w/gerstley borate by volume. Copper/cobalt/iron 1:1 g.b.,
all other oxides and stains 1 colorant: 3 1/2 - 4  g.b.


Glaze name: Majolica V.C.

Glaze type: Ca Na B Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                31.3        3.10
Frit 3195                20.2        2.00
Frit 3134                20.2        2.00
Nepheline syenite        14.1        1.40
EPK                       2.0        0.20
Zircopax                 12.1        1.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0        9.90

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        0.20

Comments:

Add CMC powder (about 1 ounce to 5000 grams glaze) to harden the dry
glaze for better overglaze painting. Glaze Type: Ca Na B Majolica.
Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Majolica V.C. Satin

Glaze type: Ca Mg Na B Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                39.0       39.00
Frit 3195                39.0       39.00
Talc                     10.0       10.00
EPK                       8.0        8.00
Flint                     4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 11.0       11.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Mg Na B Majolica. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type:
Oxidation . From the Earthenware issue of Studio Potter, v.11, no.2


Glaze name: Majolica Walter's

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Color: Opaque White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                34.9       34.90
Frit 3195                23.3       23.30
Frit 3134                23.3       23.30
neph sy                  16.3       16.30
EPK                       2.3        2.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.3        2.30
Zircopax                 12.0       12.00

Comments:

Note: This seems a bit light on opacifier. Most zirconium-opacified
glazes use 8-15% frit 3124		30 frit 3195		20 frit 3134		20 neph sy
14 EPK			 2 zircopax		12 bentonite		 2


Glaze name: Majolica Wichita Doo-Dah

Glaze type: Majolica
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 06/13/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                78.6       78.60
Ball clay                 7.1        7.10
Flint                    14.3       14.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                  7.1        7.10

Comments:


Glaze name: Matte Base

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Clear
Date: 10/17/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                43.0       43.00
EPK                      14.0       14.00
Whiting                  43.0       43.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Pottery Making Illus Sept/Oct 2011. clar matt, slips show.
Variations --
turquoise = 2% copper carb
deep pink = 15% encapsulated red stain
dark purple = 15% encapsulated purple stain


Glaze name: Matte Base Ray's

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matte
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 04/02/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                50.0       50.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
Dolomite                 30.0       30.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Ray Gonzalez. Soft, satin, opaque.It is really nice.
Very reliable.


Glaze name: Matte Blue

Glaze type: Lithium Matte
Cone: 05-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Turquoise
Crystals: Small
Bubbles: None
Flow: Slight
Flaws: Shivers
Durability: Poor
Testing: Tested
Date: 02/17/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   56.2       56.20
Lithium carbonate        27.6       27.60
Kaolin                   12.7       12.70
Soda ash                  3.5        3.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          3.9        3.90
Bentonite                 2.1        2.10

Comments:

Probably NOT a food glaze. High lithium may shiver.


Glaze name: Matte Clear 021918 Matthew Katz

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 03/12/2019

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        27.8       27.79
Whiting                   3.3        3.29
EPK                      24.8       24.76
Flint                     6.0        5.98
Gerstley borate          38.2       38.18
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Base from "Copper Leaching and Glaze Durability" by Peter Berg and Matthew Katz.
Very durable pottery glaze, even with copper as a colorant. See article for
images and % of copper used.
https://www.ceramicmaterialsworkshop.com/uploads/5/9/1/2/59124729/031218-peter_ber
g-final_draft.pdf


Glaze name: Matte Clear 021918 Matthew Katz recalc

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 03/12/2019

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 feldspar            1.6        1.61
Dolomite                  0.1        0.11
Kaolin - theoretical     25.7       25.68
Frit 3134                65.9       65.80
Alumina                   6.7        6.68
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.89

Comments:

Base from "Copper Leaching and Glaze Durability" by Peter Berg and Matthew Katz.
Very durable pottery glaze, even with copper as a colorant. See article for
images and % of copper used.
https://www.ceramicmaterialsworkshop.com/uploads/5/9/1/2/59124729/031218-peter_ber
g-final_draft.pdf


Glaze name: Matte Dark 02

Cone: 02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matte
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Mustard to rust
Date: 04/20/2015

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   50.0       50.00
Frit 3124                38.0       38.00
Dolomite                 12.0       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.5        1.50

Comments:

From 4th Ed Electric Kiln Ceramics. Satin Matte. Red-brown thin to dark mustard
thick.


Glaze name: Matte Elsie's Crawly c04

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Crawl
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          27.8       28.00
G-200 spar               18.9       19.00
Lepidolite                9.4        9.50
EPK                      38.2       38.50
Soda ash                  5.7        5.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.70

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Jane Dillon. A good gutsy crawl.


Glaze name: Matte Forbes

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Color: Transparent Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

G-200 spar               38.8       38.80
Zinc oxide                6.1        6.10
Gerstley borate          14.6       14.60
Frit 3124                31.5       31.50
Strontium carbonate       9.1        9.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.4        2.40

Comments:

From Jane Dillon. Slick and smooth. Barium converted to Sr.


Glaze name: Matte Frosty

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matte
Color: SemiOpaque clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Strontium carbonate      10.6       52.80
Gerstley borate          11.9       59.60
G-200 spar               49.1      245.30
Whiting                  13.4       66.90
Zinc oxide                4.1       20.40
Flint                    11.0       54.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      499.90

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0       10.00

Comments:

From Jane Dillon. Ba converted to Sr. Bubbly/opaque/thick.


Glaze name: Matte Glaze

Glaze type: Zn Na
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                63.0       63.00
Zinc oxide               30.0       30.00
EPK                       7.0        7.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Glaze Type: Zn Na. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Oxidation .
Variations -- For Blue:  blue stain 7, red stain 3.


Glaze name: Matte Jackeeze 04

Glaze type: Lithium matt
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          36.8       35.00
Nepheline syenite         5.3        5.00
EPK                       5.3        5.00
Flint                    44.2       42.00
Lithium carbonate         8.4        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       95.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 5.3        5.00
CMC                       1.1        1.00

Comments:

Variations --
Variations -- green + 3 Copper Carb blue + 2.5 copper carb + 1/4 Co
Carb Pink + 5 pink Stain grey + 10 silver stain Adding 5-10% whiting
w/stains that need CA will enhance color (Cr-Sn pinks, victoria
Green, etc.)


Glaze name: Matte Jacquie's

Glaze type: Lithium Matte
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          36.8       36.80
Nepheline syenite         5.3        5.26
EPK                       5.3        5.26
Flint                    44.2       44.20
Lithium carbonate         8.4        8.42
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.94

Also add:

Tin oxide                 5.3        5.26

Comments:

add CMC gum 1 Mix CMC gum with water and add gum solution to glaze for brush
application. From Joan Bruneau.NOT food safe. Add 5% whiting for stains that need
more Ca for good color: Victoria Green or Chartreuse Mason stain or chrome-tin
pink.
Variations --
Variations -- flasho pink 3% rutile + 10% tin Pink: 5 pink stain. Green: 3 copper
carb.
Blue: 2.5 copper carb + 0.25 cobalt carb.
Grey: 10 silver stain.
Turquoise: 3 CuCO3
Mottled Peach: rutile 12%
Yellow: Vanadium stain 8%
You can use 10.5% zircopax in place of the tin if desired.


Glaze name: Matte Jaquie Rice Lithium Base

Glaze type: Lithium Matte
Cone: 04
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Semi-Matte or Satin
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 1/13/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          38.0       38.00
Lithium carbonate        10.0       10.00
Nepheline syenite         5.0        5.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Silica                   42.0       42.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

(from Laura Zindell - a former student at RISD) This is a nice
textural low-fire glaze - fire to 04 for semi-matt, 03 for
semi-gloss. Note: all of these glazes contain large amounts of gerstley borate,
which is soluble with time. If you don't use the glaze up within six
months or so you may have to toss it and mix a new batch. An
alternative is to replace all of the gerstley borate with 3134 frit.
submitted by: Wenzel K Pitelka e-mail: [email protected]
Variations --
For opacity add 8% zircopax. Colors: green - 2% chrome
oxide, 2% copper carbonate; turquoise - 4% copper carbonate, 3%
rutile; blue - 2% cobalt carbonate; black - 3% cobalt carbonate, 12%
RIO; yellow - 4% rutile; yellow brown (especially nice) - 16% RIO.


Glaze name: Matte Johnson Semi

Glaze type: Ca Na Mg B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                77.3       77.30
Clay                     13.6       13.60
Talc theoretical          9.1        9.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Na Mg B. Opacity: . Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Matte Johnson Semi Revised

Glaze type: Ca Mg B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                72.8       72.70
Clay                     13.6       13.60
Talc theoretical         13.6       13.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Mg B. Opacity: . Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Matte Meredith's

Glaze type: Lithium Matt
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Clear
Date: 07/04/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

frit F-38 Fusion         59.0       59.00
EPK                      25.0       25.00
Lithium carbonate         1.0        1.00
Spodumene - Australian   15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Pete Pinnell, Clay Times July/Aug. 2005 p.19. Developed by Meredith Brickell.
Must be slow-cooled to develop good matt. Add Epsom Salts if dipping.


Glaze name: Matte Newcomb Leadless G3022

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Flow: None
Date: 05/19/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 2106 Hommel         48.0       48.00
Oxford feldspar          24.0       24.00
Kaolin                   17.0       17.00
Whiting                   6.0        6.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 3.0        3.00

Comments:

From John Conrad's Coantemporary Ceramic Formulas.


Glaze name: Matte PSA

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Clear
Date: 12/17/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

EPK                      16.0       16.00
Frit 3124                32.0       32.00
Gerstley borate          32.0       32.00
Dolomite                 20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Lynn Duryea Variations -- brown= 4-6% iron ox Green= 6% copper
carb Purple = .5% cobalt carb + 4% manganese carb Yellow = 4% Spanish
yellow iron ox


Glaze name: Matte PSA no GB

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/17/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kaolin - theoretical      7.9        8.00
Frit 3134                63.4       64.00
Dolomite                 21.8       22.00
Alumina                   6.9        7.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      101.00

Comments:

From Lynn Duryea
Variations --
brown= 4-6% iron ox
Green= 6% copper carb
Purple = .5% cobalt carb + 4% manganese carb
Yellow = 4% Spanish yellow iron ox


Glaze name: Matte Ron Roy Howell revision

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Clear
Date: 03/07/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Wollastonite             31.0       31.00
Frit 3134                37.6       37.60
Nepheline syenite        25.8       25.80
Ball clay                 5.6        5.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.7        1.70
Zircopax                 11.2       11.20

Comments:

Steve Howell mixes this 50-50 w/Arbuckle majolica no tin for a smooth, buttery glaze.


Glaze name: Matte Soft

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: White
Date: 04/11/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                48.0       48.00
Frit 3110                20.0       20.00
Zinc oxide               12.0       12.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Earthenware issue of Studio Potter, v.11 no. 2


Glaze name: Matte Stone

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 04/11/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3247                35.0       35.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        35.0       35.00
Gerstley borate          14.0       14.00
Whiting                  12.0       12.00
Zinc oxide                4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Val Cushing in the Earthenware issue of Studio Potter, v.11, no.
2


Glaze name: Matte Stone recalc

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Testing: Untested
Date: 04/11/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Potash feldspar - theoretical   22.3       21.00
Whiting                  12.8       12.00
Strontium carbonate      18.1       17.00
Zinc oxide                4.3        4.00
Frit 3134                18.1       17.00
Kaolin - theoretical     11.7       11.00
Silica                   12.8       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       94.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 0.9        0.80

Comments:

From Val Cushing in the Earthenware issue of Studio Potter, v.11, no.
2.

Recalculated to use frit 3134 instead of 3247, and strontium in place
of barium carbonate.


Glaze name: matte stoneware glaze Charlie Cummings 06-144

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 1-3
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Date: 05/17/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ash wood                  5.3        5.00
Whiting                   9.5        9.00
Gerstley borate          15.8       15.00
Redart                   66.3       63.00
Zinc oxide                3.2        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       95.00

Comments:

From Charlie Cummings I swear this looks like an old matte stoneware glaze.  It
has a warm iron yellow background with lots of rust spots.  It goes mostly brown
where thin.  Thicker spots have more yellow.  I bet iron brushwork would look nice
over this glaze, but I haven't tried it.  Just a theory.


Glaze name: matte stoneware glaze Charlie Cummings 06-144 no gb

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 1-3
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Date: 05/17/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                  6.9        6.90
Wollastonite              5.3        5.30
Zinc oxide                3.5        3.50
Kaolin - theoretical     17.4       17.40
Frit 3134                29.2       29.20
Cornwall Stone           27.6       27.60
Bone ash                  2.2        2.20
Silica                    7.9        7.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          0.8        0.80
Red iron oxide            5.6        5.60

Comments:

From Charlie Cummings I swear this looks like an old matte stoneware glaze.  It
has a warm iron yellow background with lots of rust spots.  It goes mostly brown
where thin.  Thicker spots have more yellow.  I bet iron brushwork would look nice
over this glaze, but I haven't tried it.  Just a theory.


Glaze name: Matte V.C. 5000 Stone

Glaze type: Ca Na B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Smooth Stone Matt
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                77.0       77.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        14.0       14.00
Whiting                   7.0        7.00
EPK                       2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

"Nice stone matt.  Heavy but smooth.  Good." Glaze Type: Ca Na B.
Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Matte Zaeder - Ben's revision

Cone: 04- 03
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Testing: Tested
Date: 03/04/2010

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate         4.8        4.80
Wollastonite             24.0       24.00
Frit 3134                38.5       38.50
Kentucky OM #4           21.2       21.20
Flint                    11.5       11.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Less lithium a bit more silica than original Lime Zaeder Matt. Frosty and matt thick,
gloss thin. Breaks. From Ben Carter


Glaze name: Metallic Bronze

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: bronze metallic
Testing: Untested
Date: 06/27/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Red clay                 45.8       55.00
Flint                     4.2        5.00
Ball clay                 4.2        5.00
Manganese dioxide        37.5       45.00
Copper carbonate          4.2        5.00
Cobalt carbonate          4.2        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      120.00

Comments:

NOT for food.


Glaze name: Metallic Death Glaze Bill Shillalies'

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 02-6
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Metallic
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Metallic bronze
Visual texture: metallic
Date: 07/10/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Copper oxide              4.2        4.00
Cobalt oxide              2.1        2.00
Manganese dioxide        36.8       35.00
Ball clay                 4.2        4.00
Redart                   48.4       46.00
Flint                     4.2        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       95.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            2.1        2.00
Rutile                    3.2        3.00

Comments:

From Susan Peterson's Craft and Art of Clay. Fired to 02 w/thick application: bronze
colored, very matte; fired to 01, application thick, bronze semi-matte; fired to cone
6, application thick, semi-gloss, metallic-bronze and antique


Glaze name: Metallic Green Silver Mottled Sculpture Glaze

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Green and silver
Visual texture: Mottled
Testing: Tested
Date: 08/06/2016

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Borax                   100.0       75.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       75.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate         13.3       10.00
Manganese dioxide        20.0       15.00

Comments:

From UF grad Liz Sauer. Glossy army green with brown mottling and big matt silver
splotches. NOT for food.


Glaze name: Metallic Gun Metal

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matte
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Metallic grey
Visual texture: Speckled
Testing: Tested
Date: 12/16/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Zinc oxide               45.2       45.20
Frit 3124                24.2       24.20
Strontium carbonate      16.1       16.10
Silica                   14.5       14.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Black copper oxide       96.8       96.80
Zircopax                  8.1        8.10
Bentonite                 4.8        4.80

Comments:

Speckled black-grey metallic surface. Tested by Rob Kolhouse.


Glaze name: Metallic J's Graphite 06

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 05/04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Sculpture
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Metallic Gray
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                43.7       43.70
Custer feldspar          21.6       21.60
Barium carbonate         10.9       10.90
EPK                      13.9       13.90
Cornwall Stone            9.9        9.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Iron oxide               35.0       35.00
Copper oxide             20.0       20.00
Cobalt carbonate         12.0       12.00
Manganese dioxide         5.0        5.00

Comments:

apply thinly. From Jeremy Jernegan.


Glaze name: Metallic Matte Bronze LIz Sauer

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Metallic Bronze
Date: 12/16/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                 9.0        9.00
Manganese dioxide        70.0       70.00
Copper oxide             21.0       21.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Developed by Liz Sauer. Textured metallic bronze. Sculpture surface. Toxic fumes
while firing.


Glaze name: Metallic Mirror

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 04
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Metallic grey
Date: 12/16/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                30.0       30.00
Frit 3195                45.0       45.00
EPK                      25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper oxide             10.0       10.00
Manganese dioxide        15.0       15.00

Comments:

+ vanadium stain 5%. Shiny, metallic silver-bronze.


Glaze name: Metallic Mottled

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 12/16/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Borax                   100.0       75.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       75.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate         13.3       10.00
Manganese dioxide        20.0       15.00

Comments:

Glossy brown-green with metallic bronze/silver places. Developed by Liz Sauer.
Sculpture surface. Toxic fumes
while firing.


Glaze name: Metallic Platinum

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 06-04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: silver metallic
Date: 12/05/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate        22.2       15.40
Gerstley borate          77.8       53.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       69.30

Also add:

Manganese dioxide        44.4       30.80
Copper carbonate          6.7        4.62
Chromium oxide            0.3        0.23

Comments:

From Nan Smith's Ceramic Sculpture class. Student mixing Flamedrops used Mn
instead of Mg, and got a metallic dark silver glaze. NOT for food. Probably will
go bronze if more Copper is added. Tested by Rob Kolhouse.: 06 is mostly
black-brown waxy; 04 is dark brown. Not metallic


Glaze name: Metallic Silver Gloss Liz Sauer

Glaze type: Metallic
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Testing: Tested
Date: 08/06/2016

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                30.0       30.00
Frit 3195                45.0       45.00
EPK                      25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate         10.0       10.00
Manganese dioxide        15.0       15.00
Wedgewood                 5.0        5.00

Comments:

From UF grad Liz Sauer. Her test just says copper and manganese, so guessing at
which forms. PLUS 5% Wedgeweood strain. Glossy metallic somewhere between silver
and bronze. Not runny. A bit of visual texture. NOT for food. Fumes in firing.


Glaze name: Mossy Green

Cone: 04-02
Firing: Oxidation
Source: Kari Radasch
Date: 07/04/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit P-626               22.0       22.00
Gerstley borate          31.0       31.00
Spodumene                18.0       18.00
EPK                      18.0       18.00
Silica                   11.0       11.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            3.5        3.50
Copper carbonate          2.5        2.50

Comments:

(UNL Grad. Sean Scott version of Pete’ s Best) From:
http://kariradasch.com/technical *Above you can see the Mossy Green with Icy Blue
 *Depending upon your copper and RIO you may have to back off on the percentages
as the glaze can get a little too metallic.
 *This glaze looks good on its own and great both over and under Woody’s Icy Blue.


Glaze name: Mustard

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Amber
Visual texture: Speckled
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Testing: Tested
Date: 04/06/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                31.7       31.50
Gerstley borate          21.5       21.40
Dolomite                  2.0        2.00
Kaolin                    9.0        9.00
Custer feldspar          35.8       35.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.50

Also add:

Burnt umber               5.0        5.00

Comments:

Waxy, mustard yellow thick, w/russet speckles, russet at edges.


Glaze name: Mustard 2 no GB less Al and Ca

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Amber
Visual texture: Speckled
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Testing: Tested
Date: 04/06/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                56.9       56.90
Talc theoretical          1.5        1.50
Kaolin - theoretical     24.6       24.60
Potash feldspar - theoretical   13.3       13.30
Silica                    3.7        3.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Burnt umber               1.7        1.70

Comments:

Waxy, mustard yellow thick, w/russet speckles, russet at edges.


Glaze name: Mustard recalc no GB less Al

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Amber
Visual texture: Speckled
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Testing: Tested
Date: 04/06/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                56.7       56.80
Dolomite                  0.0        0.02
Magnesium carbonate       0.9        0.90
Kaolin - theoretical     20.2       20.20
Potash feldspar - theoretical   13.3       13.30
Silica                    8.9        8.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.12

Also add:

Burnt umber               5.0        5.00

Comments:

Waxy, mustard yellow thick, w/russet speckles, russet at edges.


Glaze name: new glaze

Date: 05/31/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ball clay                16.7        8.00
Frit 5301                83.3       40.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       48.00

Comments:


Glaze name: new glaze 1

Date: 05/31/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                66.7       50.00
Frit 3110                20.0       15.00
Talc theoretical          1.3        1.00
Lithium carbonate         1.3        1.00
Ball clay                10.7        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       75.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Oak Beach

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Ivory
Visual texture: None
Date: 01/23/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   12.2       12.20
Spodumene                14.6       14.60
Frit 3124                48.8       48.80
EPK                       7.3        7.30
Gerstley borate          17.1       17.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          4.9        4.90
Zircopax                 17.1       17.10

Comments:

From Richard Zakin's "Electric Kiln Ceramics"


Glaze name: Oak Beach no GB

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Ivory
Visual texture: None
Date: 01/23/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                    5.4        5.40
Nepheline syenite         7.9        7.90
Spodumene - theoretical   12.0       12.00
Frit F-15 Fusion         49.4       49.40
Kaolin - theoretical      6.0        6.00
Whiting                  19.2       19.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          4.0        4.00
Zircopax                 14.0       14.00

Comments:

From Richard Zakin's "Electric Kiln Ceramics"


Glaze name: Oak Beach no GB2

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Ivory
Visual texture: None
Date: 01/23/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   12.2       12.20
Spodumene                14.6       14.60
Frit 3124                48.8       48.80
EPK                       7.3        7.30
Gerstley borate          17.1       17.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          4.9        4.90
Zircopax                 17.1       17.10

Comments:

From Richard Zakin's "Electric Kiln Ceramics"


Glaze name: Ocean Oil

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 06-04
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Turquoise
Date: 12/05/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate          21.4       21.40
Kaolin                       7.1        7.10
Borax                      14.3       14.30
Gerstley borate            28.6       28.60
Whiting                    28.6       28.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate             4.3        4.30

Comments:

Bob Shay sculpture glaze.


Glaze name: Ohioville

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Tan
Visual texture: Speckled
Date: 01/23/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   18.2       16.00
Spodumene                13.6       12.00
Frit 3124                22.7       20.00
Redart                   22.7       20.00
Gerstley borate          22.7       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       88.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 13.6       12.00

Comments:

From Richard Zakin's "Electric Kiln Ceramics"


Glaze name: Ohioville no GB

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Tan
Visual texture: Speckled
Date: 01/23/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   22.2       22.20
Spodumene - theoretical   12.6       12.60
Frit 3134                46.2       46.20
Kaolin - theoretical     16.3       16.30
Wollastonite              1.5        1.50
Talc theoretical          1.2        1.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 12.0       12.00
Red iron oxide            1.5        1.50

Comments:

From Richard Zakin's "Electric Kiln Ceramics"


Glaze name: Olive Gloss Avakian

Cone: 05-04
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Green
Date: 09/26/2017

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          61.5       61.50
EPK                      24.6       24.60
Silica                   12.3       12.30
Lithium carbonate         1.6        1.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            4.0        4.00
Copper carbonate          4.0        4.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Opalescent Blue Glaze

Cone: 04
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Opalescent Blue
Visual texture: Mottled
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Spodumene                20.0       20.00
Gerstley borate          60.0       60.00
Kentucky OM #4           12.0       12.00
Flint                     8.0        8.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    3.0        3.00

Comments:

I found an untested Opalescent that might work like the floating
blue. An opalescent glaze, clear where thin, blue-white opalecent
where thick. Variation: The addition of 0.75% Colbalt Carbonate gives
a rich mottled midnight blue glaze andrew s lubow 


Glaze name: Opalescent Blue Glaze no GB

Glaze type: Low fire (Alkaline)
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Tan
Bubbles: Some
Flow: Moderate
Testing: Tested
Date: 05/20/02

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Spodumene                19.0       19.00
EPK                       9.0        9.00
Frit 3134                72.0       72.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    3.0        3.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Tested. Tan, not blue. Not opalescent.Moves where thick.  Bubbles cause very small
pinholes.

I found an untested Opalescent that might work like the floating
blue. An opalescent glaze, clear where thin, blue-white opalecent
where thick. Variation: The addition of 0.75% Colbalt Carbonate gives
a rich mottled midnight blue glaze andrew s lubow 


Glaze name: Opaque Smooth Mat

Glaze type: Ca B MidRoad
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Smooth Mat
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                70.0       70.00
Clay                     15.0       15.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
Dolomite                  5.0        5.00
Zinc oxide                5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca B MidRoad. Opacity: . Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Otto's Texture- LEAD

Cone: 05
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 02/15/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

White lead               62.2       62.20
Feldspar                 20.2       20.20
Barium carbonate          9.2        9.20
Kaolin                    4.2        4.20
Cornwall Stone            4.2        4.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Potassium dichromate      8.0        8.00

Comments:

VERY toxic. Fumes in firing.


Glaze name: Pats Toadskin

Glaze type: Lithium Matte
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Lichen
Transparency: Opaque
Flaws: Shivers
Date: 11/26/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate        55.0       55.00
Tin oxide                40.0       40.00
Kentucky OM #4            5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt carbonate          1.0        1.00
Copper carbonate          2.0        2.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Pebble Sculpture Glaze

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Lichen
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Visual texture: Mottled
Date: 12/16/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Magnesium carbonate      35.7       35.70
Lithium carbonate         7.1        7.10
Borax                    35.7       35.70
Gerstley borate          21.5       21.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Tested by Rhonda Chan.
Variations --
+ copper carb 2.9 + cobalt carb 0.3 - mottled semi-gloss blue-green
+ rutile 6 - waxy mottled yellow-green when over black (iron) slip
+rio 3.2 = Mottled brown
+Zircopax 5.2 = Smoother mottled brown when over black (iron) slip
+ 1.5 Chrome = over black (iron) slip mottled brown and green


Glaze name: Pink Bubblegum

Cone: 04
Color: pink
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 33.2       33.20
Gerstley borate          22.9       22.90
Zinc oxide                6.7        6.70
Barium carbonate          5.5        5.50
Kaolin                    3.9        3.90
Flint                    26.8       26.80
Whiting                   1.0        1.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

I think it originated with Carlton Ball. If it is to go over a red
clay body, opacify with tin, titanium ( warmer) or zircopax, but its
semi-opaque anyway, and has a nice texture and feel to it. george
mackie  Variations -- Add 5% or more crimson stain to
get the required bubble gum pink this glaze is cheap to make and
works well on earthenware at cone 04.
Variations --
+5% crimson stain


Glaze name: Pink Bubblegum no GB

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: pink
Flow: Slight
Testing: Tested
Date: 4/3/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 39.5       38.80
Wollastonite             17.8       17.50
Zinc oxide                7.9        7.80
Strontium carbonate       4.9        4.80
Kaolin - theoretical      4.5        4.40
Frit 3185                25.4       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       98.30

Comments:

Note: this re-calculated version seems to fit my terracotta body well. Slight mottled
quality to the glaze. High in Ca and Zn for a lowfire glaze. Would give browns
w/chrome colorants. Base is translucent. Slips show through. Darker pink w/5% crimson
stain than the original base.

Orig. notes: This glaze is cheap to make and works well on earthenware at cone 04.
I think it originated with Carlton Ball. If it is to go over a red clay
body, opacify with tin, titanium ( warmer) or zircopax, but its
semi-opaque anyway, and has a nice texture and feel to it. george
mackie 
Variations --
Add 5% or more crimson stain = bubble gum pink


Glaze name: Pink Flash-o

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: grey-green w/pink flashing
Testing: Tested
Date: 06/27/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          38.0       38.00
Lithium carbonate        10.0       10.00
Nepheline syenite         5.0        5.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Flint                    42.0       42.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00
Rutile                    3.0        3.00
Tin oxide                10.0       10.00

Comments:

Color probably comes from traces of chrome in the dark rutile suggested which
makes for chrome-tin pinking. If your rutile does not flash, add a trace (.25%?)
chrome.Not balanced as a food-safe glaze. Breaks at edges. Good base for color
tests for sculpture use.

TJ Erdahl tested and used this glaze w/many variations. Drew Avakian did tests
and the re-brown w/green looks great and breaks well.
Variations --
Dirty White: nickel 1 + titanium 5 Light Grey-Green: rutile 10 + ilmenite 6
Brown: RIO 8 + ilmenite 6 Muted Whitish-Green: chrome oxide 0.75 + vanadium 7.5
Red brown w green when thick: copper oxide 1.5 + RIO 6 rust to cream - rust thin,
cream breaking rust over texture thicker: + tin 10 + iron 5


Glaze name: Pink Flash-o no GB

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Pink
Testing: Untested
Date: 03/06/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate        10.0       10.00
Wollastonite             22.9       22.90
Feldspar                  7.5        7.50
Kaolin - theoretical      4.9        4.90
Silica                   19.3       19.30
Frit 3185                35.5       35.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.20

Also add:

Tin oxide                 5.0        5.00
Rutile                    4.0        4.00

Comments:

I suspect the pink color depends to some extent
on chrome impurities in the rutile making chrome-tin pink, so results
may vary with the batch of rutile.


Glaze name: Pink Flash-o no GB no 3185

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: grey-green w/pink flashing
Testing: Tested
Date: 06/27/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          36.4       36.40
Lithium carbonate        10.0       10.00
Wollastonite              0.1        0.07
Custer feldspar           5.5        5.50
Kaolin - theoretical      5.3        5.30
Silica                   39.6       39.60
Frit 3006                 3.1        3.10
Bone ash                  0.0        0.03
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00
Rutile                    3.0        3.00
Tin oxide                10.0       10.00

Comments:

Color probably comes from traces of chrome in the dark rutile suggested which
makes for chrome-tin pinking. If your rutile does not flash, add a trace (.25%?)
chrome.Not balanced as a food-safe glaze. Breaks at edges. Good base for color
tests for sculpture use.

TJ Erdahl tested and used this glaze w/many variations. Drew Avakian did tests
and the re-brown w/green looks great and breaks well.
Variations --
Dirty White: nickel 1 + titanium 5
Light Grey-Green: rutile 10 + ilmenite 6
Brown: RIO 8 + ilmenite 6
Muted Whitish-Green: chrome oxide 0.75 + vanadium 7.5
Red brown w green when thick: copper oxide 1.5 + RIO 6


Glaze name: Pink Flash-o no GB w 3134

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: grey-green w/pink flashing
Testing: Tested
Date: 06/27/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate         9.5        9.50
Kaolin - theoretical      7.7        7.70
Silica                   21.9       21.90
Frit 3134                60.9       60.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00
Rutile                    2.8        2.80
Tin oxide                 9.5        9.50

Comments:

Color probably comes from traces of chrome in the dark rutile suggested which
makes for chrome-tin pinking. If your rutile does not flash, add a trace (.25%?)
chrome.Not balanced as a food-safe glaze. Breaks at edges. Good base for color
tests for sculpture use.

TJ Erdahl tested and used this glaze w/many variations. Drew Avakian did tests
and the re-brown w/green looks great and breaks well.
Variations --
Dirty White: nickel 1 + titanium 5
Light Grey-Green: rutile 10 + ilmenite 6
Brown: RIO 8 + ilmenite 6
Muted Whitish-Green: chrome oxide 0.75 + vanadium 7.5
Red brown w green when thick: copper oxide 1.5 + RIO 6


Glaze name: Pink Flash-o no GB w 3134 adj

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: grey-green w/pink flashing
Testing: Tested
Date: 06/27/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate         8.3        8.30
Kaolin - theoretical      7.7        7.70
Silica                   23.0       23.00
Frit 3134                61.0       61.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00
Rutile                    3.0        3.00
Tin oxide                10.0       10.00

Comments:

Color probably comes from traces of chrome in the dark rutile suggested which
makes for chrome-tin pinking. If your rutile does not flash, add a trace (.25%?)
chrome.Breaks at edges. Good base for color
tests for sculpture use.

TJ Erdahl tested and used this glaze w/many variations. Drew Avakian did tests
and the re-brown w/green looks great and breaks well.
Variations --
Dirty White: nickel 1 + titanium 5
Light Grey-Green: rutile 10 + ilmenite 6
Brown: RIO 8 + ilmenite 6
Muted Whitish-Green: chrome oxide 0.75 + vanadium 7.5
Red brown w green when thick: copper oxide 1.5 + RIO 6


Glaze name: Pink Flash-o no GB w F12

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: grey-green w/pink flashing
Testing: Tested
Date: 06/27/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate         9.5        9.50
Wollastonite              0.5        0.50
Kaolin - theoretical      6.1        6.10
Silica                   23.5       23.50
Frit F12 Fusion          59.2       59.20
Potash feldspar - theoretical    1.2        1.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00
Rutile                    2.9        2.90
Tin oxide                 9.5        9.50

Comments:

Color probably comes from traces of chrome in the dark rutile suggested which
makes for chrome-tin pinking. If your rutile does not flash, add a trace (.25%?)
chrome.Not balanced as a food-safe glaze. Breaks at edges. Good base for color
tests for sculpture use.

TJ Erdahl tested and used this glaze w/many variations. Drew Avakian did tests
and the re-brown w/green looks great and breaks well.
Variations --
Dirty White: nickel 1 + titanium 5
Light Grey-Green: rutile 10 + ilmenite 6
Brown: RIO 8 + ilmenite 6
Muted Whitish-Green: chrome oxide 0.75 + vanadium 7.5
Red brown w green when thick: copper oxide 1.5 + RIO 6


Glaze name: Pink Flash-o recal no GB

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: grey-green w/pink flashing
Testing: Tested
Date: 06/27/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate         9.3        9.30
Talc theoretical          0.0        0.01
Kaolin - theoretical      4.4        4.40
Silica                   15.2       15.20
Frit F18 Fusion          18.6       18.60
Frit 3134                52.5       52.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.01

Also add:

Bentonite                 0.9        0.90
Rutile                    2.8        2.80
Tin oxide                 9.3        9.30

Comments:

This version has good, smooth surface but is glossy. One large craze where very
thick. Moves a bit if thick, but this probably accounts for the lovely smooth
surface, and will make it forgiving.

Color probably comes from traces of chrome in the dark rutile suggested which
makes for chrome-tin pinking. If your rutile does not flash, add a trace (.25%?)
chrome.Not balanced as a food-safe glaze. Breaks at edges. Good base for color
tests for sculpture use.

TJ Erdahl tested and used this glaze w/many variations. Drew Avakian did tests
and the re-brown w/green looks great and breaks well.
Variations --
Dirty White: nickel 1 + titanium 5 Light Grey-Green: rutile 10 + ilmenite 6
Brown: RIO 8 + ilmenite 6 Muted Whitish-Green: chrome oxide 0.75 + vanadium 7.5
Red brown w green when thick: copper oxide 1.5 + RIO 6 rust to cream - rust thin,
cream breaking rust over texture thicker: + tin 10 + iron 5


Glaze name: Plum John's Revised

Glaze type: Low fire (Alkaline)
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Color: Purple
Testing: Tested
Date: 02/13/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          10.0       10.00
Frit 3110                63.0       63.00
Frit 3134                 9.0        9.00
Kaolin                    7.0        7.00
Flint                    11.0       11.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              0.3        0.30
Manganese carbonate       2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Joan Bruneau CM Jan. 2002 p.70 Variations -- also add: Mason
Blackberry wine stain	      5


Glaze name: Pumpkin

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Orange
Date: 02/08/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gillespie borate         51.5       53.00
Ball clay                24.3       25.00
Nepheline syenite        24.3       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      103.00

Comments:

Add 4% Cerdek orange stain. Glazchem will not accept stain colors as there are no
analysis for them. From Lisa Orr, who works on lowfire whiteware w/red sig, bisqued
to 01, glaze-fired to 04.


Glaze name: Pumpkin no GB

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Orange
Date: 02/08/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                 10.8        9.90
Whiting                   8.1        7.40
Strontium carbonate       0.3        0.30
Nepheline syenite        21.5       19.70
Frit 3195                59.4       54.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       91.80

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.2        2.00

Comments:

Add 4% Cerdek orange stain. Glazchem will not accept stain colors as there are no
analysis for them. From Lisa Orr, who works on lowfire whiteware w/red sig, bisqued
to 01, glaze-fired to 04.


Glaze name: Purple Aqua Lana Wilson

Glaze type: Barium matt
Cone: 06
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: purple to aqua
Date: 12/26/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate         47.9       45.00
Nepheline syenite        47.9       45.00
Frit 3289                 4.3        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       94.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.1        2.00
Copper carbonate          4.3        4.00

Comments:

From Lana Wilson via Ceramics Monthly 07 Buyers' Guide Supplement. Not for food use, even on the outside. Spray thin for purple, thick for aqua.
Variations --
4-8% copper carb. For more aqua, use smaller amounts of copper carb.


Glaze name: Purple Glamorama

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Purple
Testing: Tested
Date: 03/25/2008

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   15.0       15.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Talc theoretical          5.0        5.00
Whiting                   5.0        5.00
Gerstley borate          10.0       10.00
Frit 3124                45.0       45.00
Nepheline syenite        15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              1.0        1.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Purple Glamorama no GB

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: Purple
Testing: Tested
Date: 03/25/2008

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   19.7       19.70
Kaolin - theoretical     19.0       19.00
Dolomite                  7.1        7.10
Wollastonite              2.1        2.10
Frit 3134                42.5       42.50
Nepheline syenite         9.6        9.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              1.0        1.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Purple Pagan

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Purple
Date: 06/27/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate         30.2       30.20
Lithium carbonate         2.4        2.40
Zinc oxide                5.4        5.40
Whiting                   9.5        9.50
Feldspar                 36.2       36.20
Silica                   16.3       16.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Nickel oxide              3.0        3.00

Comments:

satin matte. Application is crucial. Brown thin. Doesn't move. BARIUM- not for
food surfaces. Test w/strontium substitution.
Variations --
for blueish add 1.5% cobalt
Other purple - 2% NiCO3


Glaze name: Reclaimed Iron Mottled Opaque

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Tan
Visual texture: Mottled
Flow: Slight
Date: 01/26/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          37.1       37.10
Lithium carbonate         9.8        9.80
Wollastonite             22.4       22.40
Custer feldspar           7.3        7.30
EPK                       4.9        4.90
Flint                    18.5       18.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

tin                      10.0       10.00
Red iron oxide            5.0        5.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

The iron in this glaze is Clean Creek's recycled iron oxide. Rusty thin (breaks
rust), mottled tan thickner. Will go cranberry over chrome slips from chrome-tin
pinking.
Variations --
Cordovan: tin 8%, iron 15


Glaze name: Red Saturated Iron Lowfire test

Glaze type: Na Ca
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                70.8       70.80
Gerstley borate           2.9        2.90
Magnesium carbonate       3.3        3.30
Zinc oxide                2.9        2.90
Silica                   10.8       10.80
Kaolin - theoretical      6.8        6.80
Bone ash                  2.5        2.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            9.0        9.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Na Ca . Opacity: Transparent. Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Root Beer Sparkle

Glaze type: Aventurine
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Brown
Visual texture: Speckled
Crystals: Small
Flow: Moderate
Flaws: Crazes
Durability: Medium
Date: 07/15/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3819                90.0       90.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide           24.0       24.00
Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

Contains small metallic glitter crystals. Calls for Spanish Red Iron oxide. Apply thickly, or there may be patches of dull
brown or purple. This can be corrected by applying more glaze and re-firing. Clay
Times Mar/Apr 07 p 50


Glaze name: Rosie's Base

Cone: 04
Surface texture: semi gloss
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Plastic vitrox           40.0       40.00
Gerstley borate          50.0       50.00
Silica                   10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

I use both of these with a 10% addition of Mason 6600 black. Rosie's
turns a satin grey, while Darby's is a satin black. Here are a couple
of simple glazes you might try. Both are semi-gloss until you add
stains, then they become more of a satin matt. The trick to getting a
good matt glaze at cone 04 is to soak the kiln at the end of the
firing, and then cool a bit slower than usual (fire down). A matt
glaze becomes that way because micro-crystals grow out of the glass.
It takes time for that to happen, and the typical electric kiln
simply cools too quickly. Both of these came out of student triaxial
blends at the Kansas City Art Institute. submitted by: Pete Pinnell
e-mail: [email protected] source for original recipe: Kansas
City Art Institute



Glaze name: Rosie's base 04

Cone: 04
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: shiny glossy
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Plastic vitrox           40.0       40.00
Gerstley borate          50.0       50.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Na B. Translucent satin glaze. From Pete Pinnell. For
colors add up to 10% Mason stain 6600 black makes a nice satin grey.


Glaze name: Rosie's Satin black 04

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Plastic vitrox           40.0       40.00
Gerstley borate          50.0       50.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Cool slowly to get matt surface. Soak 30 min @ 1/2 power. From Rosie Wynkoop
via Pete Pinnell.
Variations --
Add Mason 6600 black	    10


Glaze name: Satin

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Date: 03/08/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                39.0       39.00
Frit 3195                39.0       39.00
Talc                     10.0       10.00
EPK                       8.0        8.00
Flint                     4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From MJ Bole. Variations -- +10% zircopax for white majolica glaze.


Glaze name: Satin 1

Glaze type: Ca B MidRoad
Cone: 02
Firing: Ox or Red
Surface texture: Satin
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate         13.6       13.60
Gerstley borate          19.4       19.40
Custer spar              38.8       38.80
Whiting                  11.7       11.70
Zinc oxide                3.9        3.90
Flint                     9.7        9.70
Bentonite                 2.9        2.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca B MidRoad. Opacity: Semi-Opaque. Firing type: Ox or
Red .


Glaze name: Satin 1 c04

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/06/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                45.0       45.00
Colemanite               10.0       10.00
Whiting                   5.0        5.00
Flint                    15.0       15.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Nepheline syenite        15.0       15.00
Talc                      5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Satin Base

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Date: 10/17/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                50.0       50.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
Dolomite                 30.0       30.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Pottery Making Illus. Sept/Oct. 2011. Frosty white. Slips show some.
Variations --
.25 chrome = mint
10% encapsulated red stain = pink
add 15% #6025 Coral Red stain encapsulated stain for a raspberry bubblgum satin.


Glaze name: Satin Base

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 10/17/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                65.5       65.50
Nepheline syenite        11.0       11.00
EPK                       5.5        5.50
Silica                   18.0       18.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Kristen Pavelka. Flocculate w/Epsom Salts.
Variations --
light yellow 2.5% Praeseodymium stain 6450
dark yellow 4% Vanadium stain 6440
Pink: light 1% Crimson 6003; dark 2%


Glaze name: Satin Ben and Pat's New Mg

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Date: 11/18/2008

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                 7.1        7.10
Potash feldspar - theoretical    6.5        6.50
Talc theoretical         17.7       17.70
Wollastonite             18.8       18.80
Strontium carbonate      17.3       17.30
Kaolin - theoretical      9.1        9.10
Silica                   23.5       23.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Satin Clear Courtney's Sugary

Cone: 03-02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matte
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 08/20/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                  6.0        6.00
Whiting                  19.0       19.00
Frit 3134                33.0       33.00
Glomax                    8.0        8.00
EPK                      19.0       19.00
Silica                   15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Courtney Murphy, Pottery Making Illus. Jl/Aug 2012 Suggests bisque to 05-04.
Add a small amount of Veegum T or similar for better brushing.
Online article on Ceramic Arts Daily


Glaze name: Satin Clear Heather's no GB

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 09/03/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                25.0       25.00
Laguna borate            25.0       25.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
Talc                     10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From UF alum Heather Alexander. This summer I have had to face the
crusty bottom of the buckets of glaze.  I am still crusading for the
perfect satin matt that can fits into my "oh toss some of that in"
and slap it on with a brush repertoire of glazing. A new recipe using
laguna borate with great promise. [email protected]


Glaze name: Satin Clear Heather's Recalc

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Flow: None
Testing: Tested
Date: 09/03/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                44.5       44.80
Dolomite                 16.3       16.40
Whiting                   8.3        8.40
Kaolin - theoretical     14.9       15.00
Silica                   12.6       12.70
Custer feldspar           3.3        3.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.60

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

Recalculated from UF alum Heather Alexander's glaze w/Laguna borate. Waxy, frosty where thick.


Glaze name: Satin Clear Naples-Wagner

Glaze type: Lithium Matt
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 09/25/2008

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                41.2       41.20
Lithium carbonate         7.2        7.20
Wollastonite             25.8       25.80
Kentucky OM #4           25.8       25.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Yellow ochre              0.5        0.50
Black iron oxide          0.5        0.50

Comments:


Glaze name: Satin Clear Parson's

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Crystals: Small
Date: 03/02/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                    38.2       42.00
Gerstley borate          43.6       48.00
Nepheline syenite         4.5        5.00
Lithium carbonate         9.1       10.00
EPK                       4.5        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      110.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.8        2.00

Comments:

I have found this a very reliable satin glaze on terracotta (Sophie's
Orange from Axner), porcelain (P5 from Highwater) & a white stoneware
(Max's White with Kyanite from Axner). No crazing or pin-holing
problems on any of the clays. It takes stains & colorant chemicals
beautifully. nanci


Glaze name: Satin Clear Pinnell Best

Glaze type: Lithium Matt
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 09/21/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Spodumene                50.0       50.00
Gerstley borate          30.0       30.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Pete Pinnell:
Here's the best satin clear I have for cone 04.
It can tend to cause dunting on some red bodies that have a higher talc
content, but usually only if it's made into a majolica and applied
thick. We use this as a satin clear in our classes and it works just
fine. Use a medium to thick application, and it really should be fired
down a bit to develop a more satin surface (otherwise it is a semigloss).

flocculate

It needs no bentonite, since the gerstley fills that role. I don't know
how the gerstley substitutes work, since we still have a stash of the
old stuff.


Glaze name: Satin Cloudy

Glaze type: Na Ca B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        37.3       36.60
Frit 3134                55.6       54.50
Whiting                   7.1        7.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       98.10

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Add 2% CMC to above glaze Glaze Type: Na Ca B. Opacity:
Semi-Transparent. Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Satin cone 1 Marty

Cone: 1
Date: 11/06/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                62.7       62.70
Whiting                   0.4        0.40
Gerstley borate           9.3        9.30
Kaolin                   21.9       21.90
Alumina hydrate           5.7        5.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Satin Heather's no GB

Glaze type: Magnesium matt
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Visual texture: Mottled
Flow: None
Testing: Tested
Date: 05/20/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                44.5       44.80
Dolomite                 16.3       16.40
Whiting                   8.3        8.40
EPK                      14.9       15.00
Silica                   12.6       12.70
Custer feldspar           3.3        3.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.60

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Slips show. White with some mottling where thick.


Glaze name: Satin Hirsch Revised

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Translucent
Flow: Slight
Date: 05/27/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          32.0       32.00
Lithium carbonate         9.0        9.00
Whiting                  17.0       17.00
Nepheline syenite         4.0        4.00
EPK                       9.0        9.00
Silica                   29.0       29.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Glossy thin, crystalline matte where it pools (cool slowly) and a bit runny.
Pottery Making Illus May/Jn 2014


Glaze name: Satin Hirsch Revised no GB

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Translucent
Flow: Slight
Date: 05/27/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate         9.4        9.40
Wollastonite             17.3       17.30
Kaolin - theoretical     11.9       11.90
Silica                    4.7        4.70
Frit 3134                56.7       56.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Glossy thin, crystalline matte where it pools (cool slowly) and a bit runny.
Pottery Making Illus May/Jn 2014


Glaze name: Satin Lowfire

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 05/31/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                50.0       50.00
Dolomite                 30.0       30.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Ceramic Arts Daily
http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramic-glaze-recipes/glaze-chemistry-ceramic-glaze-re
cipes-2/techno-file-four-ways-to-red/
Variations --
for Coral Red: + 15% encapsulated red stain 6025 Mason coral red


Glaze name: Satin Matt

Cone: 06 - 04
Surface texture: matt
Date: 7/19/95

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          11.2       11.20
Dolomite                 11.2       11.20
Whiting                  13.7       13.70
Zinc oxide                0.3        0.30
Nepheline syenite        41.4       41.40
EPK                       6.0        6.00
Silica                   16.3       16.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Comments:

The following is one of my favorite Satin Matts. It fires at cone
06-04 and will accept most colorants. Not every glaze fits every clay
body, please test first. submitted by: Christine Winokur, Kickwheel
e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Satin Matt Hirsch

Cone: 04-02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matte
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 12/01/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          32.0       32.00
Lithium carbonate         9.0        9.00
Whiting                  17.0       17.00
Nepheline syenite         4.0        4.00
EPK                       4.0        4.00
Silica                   34.0       34.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Pottery Making Illus. 9/10/2011. Joe Pintz via Ceramic Arts Net
Variations --
Green: chrome ox 1
Yellow: yellow stain 8%
light blue: cupper carb 1.5%


Glaze name: Satin Matt Johnson

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Date: 04/11/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                45.0       45.00
Gerstley borate          10.0       10.00
Whiting                   5.0        5.00
Flint                    15.0       15.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Nepheline syenite        15.0       15.00
Talc                      5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Satin Matt Johnson Revised

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Clear
Date: 04/11/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                72.8       72.70
EPK                      13.6       13.60
Talc                     13.6       13.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Comments:

From Val Cushing.


Glaze name: Satin Matt Leadless G3023

Glaze type: Zinc matt
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Gray
Flow: None
Date: 05/19/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                    42.0       42.00
Kaolin                   22.0       22.00
Lithium carbonate        10.0       10.00
Zinc oxide               10.0       10.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
Barium carbonate          6.0        6.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From John Conrad's Contemporary Ceramic Formulas.
Variations --
+ 3 manganese carb = brown
+ 3 copper carb = deep yellow-green


Glaze name: Satin Matt Lynn's

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Clear
Date: 12/17/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          38.0       38.00
Lithium carbonate        10.0       10.00
Nepheline syenite         5.0        5.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Flint                    42.0       42.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Lithium carb is the ingredient causes nice color variation. Use
coarse (40 mesh) and put contents left on screen back in bucket. From
Lynn Duryea
Variations --
White= 10% zircopax Grey blue = 4% iron
chromage + .5% cobalt carb Peacock blue= 3% copper carb Dk Green = 2%
copper carb. + 1% chrome Yellow = 2% vanadium stain + 2% yellow ochre
Flasho Pink = 3% dk rutile + 10% tin oxide Crimson= 6% crimson


Glaze name: Satin Matt Lynn's Recalc

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Clear
Date: 12/17/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                  4.9        4.50
Magnesium carbonate       0.9        0.80
Lithium carbonate        10.8       10.00
EPK                      13.0       12.00
Silica                   32.5       30.00
Frit 3134                37.9       35.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       92.30

Comments:

Lithium carb is the ingredient causes nice color variation. Use
coarse (40 mesh) and put contents left on screen back in bucket. From
Lynn Duryea
Variations --
Variations -- White= 10% zircopax Grey blue = 4% iron
chromage + .5% cobalt carb Peacock blue= 3% copper carb Dk Green = 2%
copper carb. + 1% chrome Yellow = 2% vanadium stain + 2% yellow ochre
Flasho Pink = 3% dk rutile + 10% tin oxide Crimson= 6% crimson


Glaze name: satin Noelle's

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 04/27/2008

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                62.8       59.00
Frit P-626               14.9       14.00
Nepheline syenite        11.7       11.00
Flint                    10.6       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       94.00

Comments:

From Noelle Horsfield. http://www.noellesprettypots.com/

add:
Veegum T       1.6
CMC Gum       0.6


Glaze name: satin Noelle's 3134

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 04/27/2008

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                44.4       44.40
Nepheline syenite        14.1       14.10
Silica                   21.9       21.90
Kaolin - theoretical     15.7       15.70
Strontium carbonate       3.9        3.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Noelle Horsfield. http://www.noellesprettypots.com/

add:
Veegum T       1.6
CMC Gum       0.6


Glaze name: satin Noelle's frit P54

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 04/27/2008

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit P-54                43.7       43.70
Potash feldspar - theoretical   18.2       18.20
Silica                   17.7       17.70
Strontium carbonate       3.8        3.80
Kaolin - theoretical     16.6       16.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Noelle Horsfield. http://www.noellesprettypots.com/

add:
Veegum T       1.6
CMC Gum       0.6


Glaze name: satin Noelle's no Ba

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 04/27/2008

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                62.8       59.00
Frit P-626               14.9       14.00
Nepheline syenite        11.7       11.00
Flint                    10.6       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       94.00

Comments:

From Noelle Horsfield. http://www.noellesprettypots.com/

add:
Veegum T       1.6
CMC Gum       0.6


Glaze name: satin Noelle's no P626

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 04/27/2008

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                62.8       59.00
Frit P-626               14.9       14.00
Nepheline syenite        11.7       11.00
Flint                    10.6       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       94.00

Comments:

From Noelle Horsfield. http://www.noellesprettypots.com/

add:
Veegum T       1.6
CMC Gum       0.6


Glaze name: satin Noelle's w Sr frit

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 04/27/2008

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit F-38 Fusion         11.1       11.10
Frit 3134                37.8       37.80
Nepheline syenite        15.5       15.50
Silica                   21.1       21.10
Whiting                   1.3        1.30
Kaolin - theoretical     13.2       13.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Noelle Horsfield. http://www.noellesprettypots.com/

add:
Veegum T       1.6
CMC Gum       0.6
reformulated to sub strontium for Ba and use Sr frit.


Glaze name: Satin Opaque Fat

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 10/17/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Wollastonite             15.2       13.70
Frit 3195                47.0       42.50
dpk                      26.0       23.50
Silica                   11.8       10.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       90.40

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.2        2.00

Comments:

From Kristen Pavelka. Opaque, fat-looking glaze used to make red accent dots.
Variations --
red = 12% Degussa bright red stain


Glaze name: Satin Parson's Clear no gb

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 06
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 08/13/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   15.5       15.50
Lithium carbonate        10.0       10.00
Wollastonite             22.9       22.90
Cornwall stone - D.F.    11.3       11.30
Kaolin - theoretical      4.7        4.70
Frit 3185                35.6       35.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Nanci bishof . Found this to be a very reliable
satin glazeon terracotta (Sophie's Orange from Axner), porcelain ( P5
from Highwater) & a white stoneware (Max's White w/Kyanite from
Axner). No crazing or pinholing problems on any of the clays. Takes
stains and colorants beautifully.


Glaze name: Satin Parson's Clear Revised

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 06
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 08/13/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   26.1       26.10
Gerstley borate          37.4       37.40
Lithium carbonate         3.6        3.60
Nepheline syenite        21.3       21.30
Spodumene - theoretical   11.7       11.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Bentonite                 0.8        0.80

Comments:

From Nanci bishof . Found this to be a very reliable
satin glazeon terracotta (Sophie's Orange from Axner), porcelain ( P5
from Highwater) & a white stoneware (Max's White w/Kyanite from
Axner). No crazing or pinholing problems on any of the clays. Takes
stains and colorants beautifully.


Glaze name: Satin Pete's Best

Glaze type: Lithium Matte
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 11/28/2003

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          27.0       27.00
Lithium carbonate         8.0        8.00
Silica                   32.0       32.00
Kaolin                   33.0       33.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Satin Smooth

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Date: 03/08/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3292                80.0       80.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From MJ Bole. Variations -- 5% zircopax or tin for white opaque satin.


Glaze name: Satin Soft

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Date: 03/08/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                48.0       48.00
Frit 3110                20.0       20.00
Zinc oxide               12.0       12.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From MJ Bole.


Glaze name: Satin Stone V.C.

Glaze type: Ca Na B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin Matt
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                45.0       45.00
Gerstley borate          10.0       10.00
Nepheline syenite        15.0       15.00
Talc                      5.0        5.00
Whiting                   5.0        5.00
Flint                    15.0       15.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Na B. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Satin Translucent Pb

Glaze type: Li FritLead
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate        19.8       19.80
Lead bisilicate          27.3       27.30
Bone ash                  8.2        8.20
Kona F-4 spar             6.9        6.90
EPK                      11.7       11.70
Flint                    26.2       26.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Ultrox                    7.2        7.20
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Li FritLead . Opacity: Semi-Opaque. Firing type:
Oxidation .


Glaze name: Satin Transparent

Glaze type: Ca Na B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                52.4       52.50
Kona F-4 spar            14.9       14.90
Colemanite               16.8       16.80
Whiting                   3.0        3.00
Kaolin                    2.0        2.00
Flint                    10.9       10.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Na B. Opacity: . Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Satin Transparent recalc

Glaze type: Ca Na B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                68.2       68.30
Whiting                   0.3        0.30
Kaolin - theoretical     23.4       23.40
Silica                    8.1        8.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Na B. Opacity: . Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: satin transparent Val Cushing

Cone: 06-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/30/2010

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          17.0       17.00
Whiting                   3.0        3.00
Frit 3124                52.0       52.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        15.0       15.00
EPK                       2.0        2.00
Silica                   11.0       11.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

from Magda Gluszek in Pottery Making Ill. Jan/Feb.2011
Variations --
green= +5% 6242 Bermuda Mason stain
blue= + 5% 6364 Turquoise Blue Mason stain
yellow= + 15% 6404 Vanadium Yellow Mason Stain


Glaze name: Satin Transparent VC 5000

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 08/16/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                   7.0        7.00
Frit 3124                77.0       77.00
Minspar 200              14.0       14.00
EPK                       2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: semi matte Akaline

Cone: 06
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 09/20/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Colemanite               38.0       38.00
Lithium carbonate        10.0       10.00
Nepheline syenite         5.0        5.00
Kaolin                    5.0        5.00
Silica                   42.0       42.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Harvey Brody's "The Book of Lowfire Ceramics"


Glaze name: Semi-Opaque Carlton Ball 04

Glaze type: Low fire (Boron)
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Testing: untested
Date: 01/30/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Feldspar                 33.5       33.20
Gerstley borate          22.2       22.00
Zinc oxide                6.8        6.70
Barium carbonate          5.5        5.50
Kaolin                    3.9        3.90
Flint                    27.0       26.80
Whiting                   1.0        1.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.10

Comments:

Opacity if used over a red clay body. semi-opaque, nice texture and
feel.


Glaze name: Skin Glaze Tom Bartel #5

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 06-03
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 12/26/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          37.5       37.50
Wollastonite             62.5       62.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

When fired to 06, this is dry, off-white, and cracks.


Glaze name: Skin Glaze Tom Bartel #6

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 06-03
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Translucent
Date: 12/26/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          42.0       42.00
Wollastonite             53.0       53.00
Silica                    5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

At cone 04 this has a nice, globby cracking texture.


Glaze name: Skin Glaze Tom Bartel #7

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 06-03
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Translucent
Date: 12/26/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          33.0       33.00
Wollastonite             56.0       56.00
Ball clay                11.0       11.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

At cone 04 this is a nice, milky translucent glaze. At 06 it's too dry.


Glaze name: Skin Glaze Tom Bartel #8

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 06-03
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Translucent
Date: 12/26/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          38.0       38.00
Wollastonite             48.0       48.00
Ball clay                14.0       14.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

At cone 04 this has a nice globby cracking texture, similar to #6 but with softer edges.


Glaze name: Slip Andrea Gill's

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 04
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 07/05/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kaolin                   29.0       29.00
Ball clay                29.0       29.00
Frit 3124                18.0       18.00
Talc                     12.0       12.00
Flint                    12.0       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax Plus             6.0        6.00

Comments:

From Matthias Ostermann.


Glaze name: Slip Andrea's Bisque

Cone: 04
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Slip or Engobe
Color: Opaque White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Georgia kaolin           11.0       11.00
EPK                       6.0        6.00
Calcined kaolin          17.0       17.00
Talc                     11.0       11.00
Frit 3124                28.0       28.00
Flint                    22.0       22.00
Soda ash                  5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 10.0       10.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Jane Dillon. Sticks to anything.


Glaze name: Slip Base for Leatherhard Application

Cone: 06 - 03
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Slip or Engobe
Color: Opaque White
Testing: Untested
Date: 3/26/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kentucky OM #4           40.0       40.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
Neph Sy                  15.0       15.00
Talc theoretical         15.0       15.00
Frit 3124                10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Linda Arbuckle
University of Florida
Variations --
The exact color is somewhat affected by the fluxes in the glaze over the top, as
usual.
white	5% zircopax
green	3% chrome + 3% copper  carb.
yellow	10% Mason 6485 titanium yellow
blue	1-2% cobalt carbonate or 6-10% blue stain
pink	12-15% pink body stain, e.g.  Mason 6020 pink. +2%rutile
black	12-15% black stain or black  oxide mix. Mix the base w/Redart
in place of ball clay. Drop frit to 8.
Taupe   iron chromate 5%


Glaze name: Slip basic

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 10/04/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kaolin                   27.8       25.00
Ball clay                27.8       25.00
Frit 3195                16.7       15.00
Talc theoretical          5.6        5.00
Flint                    22.2       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       90.00

Also add:

Zircopax Plus             5.6        5.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Slip Betty's Bisque

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 04-01
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 02/08/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   40.0       40.00
Nepheline syenite        26.7       26.70
Ball clay                26.7       26.70
Frit 3195                 6.7        6.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Ultrox                    7.0        7.00

Comments:

From Lisa Orr, who bisques to 01 on lowfire whiteware and glazes to 04. Can use like
underglaze on wet, bone-dry, or bisqued clay.
Variations --
3 parts dry base to 1 part stain. Or up to 25 % Mason stain.


Glaze name: Slip Bill Abright

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 04-08
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 10/04/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        25.0       25.00
Flint                    25.0       25.00
EPK                      25.0       25.00
Kentucky OM #4           25.0       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Slip Bisque

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 06-04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 12/17/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kaolin                   32.9       32.90
Cornwall Stone           32.9       32.90
Ball clay                13.2       13.20
Flint                    19.7       19.70
Soda ash                  1.3        1.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Note: this doesn't look like a lowfire slip. No low-temp flux.
Variations --
Variations -- White 10% zircopax Blue-Green 1% cobalt 1% chrome Pink
- 6006 Crimson Mason stain 20% Sapphire blue 6389 20% Ivy Green 6223
10% Blue-green 6246 10% Chartreuse 6236 20% Ambrosia 6129 20%


Glaze name: Slip Bisque Mills Earthenware

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 06 - 04
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: slip or engobe
Transparency: Opaque
Color: white as base
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ball clay                14.0       14.00
China clay               14.0       14.00
Calcined kaolin          20.0       20.00
Ferro frit 3124          18.0       18.00
Talc theoretical         14.0       14.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zirconium silicate        4.8        4.80

Comments:

originally specified calcium borate frit - substituted frit 3124. I
know this one doesn't add up to 100 but what the heck, it works!
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 Bisque Reformulated

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 06-04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 12/17/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kaolin - theoretical     30.2       30.20
Ball clay                16.1       16.10
Nepheline syenite        21.8       21.80
Flint                    30.7       30.70
Whiting                   1.1        1.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Comments:

Variations --
White 10% zircopax
Blue-Green 1% cobalt 1% chrome
Pink - 6006 Crimson Mason stain 20%
Sapphire blue 6389 20%
Ivy Green 6223 10%
Blue-green 6246 10%
Chartreuse 6236 20%
Ambrosia 6129 20%


Glaze name: Slip Black

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 04-9
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 10/23/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                  100.0      100.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          6.3        6.25
Manganese dioxide         3.8        3.75
Cobalt carbonate          6.3        6.25

Comments:

from Ron Meyers


Glaze name: Slip Black Archie Bray

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 10/04/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Redart                   66.7       50.00
Ball clay                33.3       25.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       75.00

Also add:

Manganese dioxide        20.0       15.00
Black iron oxide          6.7        5.00

Comments:

PLUS black stain 12%


Glaze name: Slip Black Vitreous - Joan Bruneau

Glaze type: Engobe
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Date: 11/05/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                40.0       40.00
Nepheline syenite        20.0       20.00
Kentucky OM #4           30.0       30.00
Silica                   10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper oxide              3.0        3.00
Cobalt oxide              1.0        1.00
Chromium oxide            5.0        5.00
Red iron oxide            4.0        4.00

Comments:

From Pottery Making Illus. Nov/Dec.2010, Joan Bruneau. For leatherhard use.


Glaze name: Slip Bringle

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 06-10
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 12/17/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

EPK                      20.0       20.00
Kentucky OM #4           20.0       20.00
Nepheline syenite        25.0       25.00
Flint                    30.0       30.00
Borax                     5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Slip works at any temperature on wet to leatherhard work. Try 10, 20,
or 305 for slip colors. From Lynn Duryea who recommends 20%.

Note: borax can cause hard borax crystals to form in the bucket.
These make glassy spots in the fired slip if not screened out.


Glaze name: Slip Crackle

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Visual texture: Crackle
Date: 03/06/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

EPK                      20.2       20.20
Ball clay                16.8       16.80
Frit 3124                29.4       29.40
Gerstley borate          12.6       12.60
Zinc oxide                4.2        4.20
Bentonite                16.8       16.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                  2.5        2.50

Comments:

From Karon Doherty



Glaze name: Slip Earthenware

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 05/30/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

EPK                      61.1       55.00
Ball clay                16.7       15.00
Flint                    11.1       10.00
Feldspar                 11.1       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       90.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 11.1       10.00

Comments:

Note: with only spar as a flux, this is not likely to mature at lowfire temps. This
is a high-fire slip.


Glaze name: Slip Forbes White + 30% Grog

Cone: 06 - 03
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kentucky OM #4           38.5       38.50
Talc theoretical         15.4       15.40
Nepheline syenite        15.4       15.40
Silica                    7.7        7.70
Grog (50 mesh)           23.1       23.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Comments:

I did a lot of experimenting with thick slips last year. for
greenware. for a whiter white add 10% zircopax dark green (color will
run with a clear overglaze) 6% copper Note- if the slip dries too
quickly or is applied over long stretches of a rounded surface, it
may crack a little. Glaze will usually fill in the cracks. I use this
slip for decorating with a pastry bag. It is fun to make as it whips
up ( when mixing with a hand-held mixer) and starts to form peaks
like meringue. submitted by: Levine Meg Jessica e-mail:
[email protected]


Glaze name: Slip J. Hagerty Crawling

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 06 - 04
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ferro frit 3269          25.0       25.00
Barium carbonate         10.0       10.00
Nepheline syenite        25.0       25.00
Magnesium carbonate      25.0       25.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Zinc oxide                5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

This is an^06-04 crawling slip recipe formulated by Jim Hagerty at CSU Long Beach
in the spring of 1991. Application thickness counts. This slip can be used over
or under other glazes, though it will disappear when used with Chappell's EG 137
glaze formula. submitted by: Patrick Hilferty e-mail: [email protected]

NOTE:
Barium carb is toxic and must be disposed of as a hazardous waste.


Glaze name: Slip J. Hagerty Crawling

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 06 - 04
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 6/3/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ferro frit 3269          25.0       25.00
Barium carbonate         10.0       10.00
Nepheline syenite        25.0       25.00
Magnesium carbonate      25.0       25.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Zinc oxide                5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

This is an^06-04 crawling slip recipe formulated by Jim Hagerty at
CSU Long Beach in the spring of 1991. Application thickness counts.
This slip can be used over or under other glazes, though it will
disappear when used with Chappell's EG 137 glaze formula. submitted
by: Patrick Hilferty e-mail: [email protected]


Glaze name: Slip John Frantz

Glaze type: Stain
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 12/17/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ball clay                38.9       35.00
Grolleg                  16.7       15.00
Frit 3124                11.1       10.00
Flint                    22.2       20.00
Gerstley borate           5.6        5.00
Talc                      5.6        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       90.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 5.6        5.00
Zircopax                 11.1       10.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Slip Lauren Karle's White from Pete Pinnell

Glaze type: slip-engobe
Cone: 05-03
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 09/18/2015

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ball clay                40.0       40.00
Talc theoretical         20.0       20.00
Plastic vitrox           20.0       20.00
Nepheline syenite        10.0       10.00
Silica                   10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Pete Pinnell from an article in Clay Times about slip Spring 2011. The
recipe could be used alone as a base for colors, or with the addition of Zircopax
(10% or so) it is whiter and more opaque. Kaolin could be substituted for up to
half of the ball clay if a whiter surface is desired.


Glaze name: Slip M.J. Bole White

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 04-11
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 05/10/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

EPK                      55.0       55.00
Nepheline syenite        20.0       20.00
Flint                    20.0       20.00
Ball clay                 5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

This is a really reliable slip. Can be used on wet-bisque. Use a bit
thinner on bisque.


Glaze name: Slip Ostrom

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 11/14/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kentucky OM #4           30.0       30.00
Talc theoretical         30.0       30.00
Nepheline syenite        15.0       15.00
Calcined kaolin          10.0       10.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Frit 3124                 5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Joan Bruneau.


Glaze name: slip Quackenbush

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 08/28/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

EPK                      31.6       30.00
Kentucky OM #4           31.6       30.00
Frit 3124                21.1       20.00
Talc                      5.3        5.00
Silica                   10.5       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       95.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 10.5       10.00

Comments:

If this slip is applied to clay just beyond leather-hard, it develops a nice crackle
 pattern. From Pete Pinnell, Clay Times May/June 2002


Glaze name: Slip Red Pleather Engobe Tom Bartel

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Red rust iron
Date: 12/26/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          20.0       20.00
Redart                   80.0       80.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Slip Robin Hopper's

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 04 - 12
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Slip or Engobe
Color: off white
Testing: Untested
Date: 9/20/95

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:

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 Scott Hardwig

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 10/04/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

EPK                      33.3       25.00
Kentucky OM #4           33.3       25.00
Flint                    26.7       20.00
Talc theoretical          6.7        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       75.00

Also add:

Zircopax Plus             6.7        5.00

Comments:

Variations --
Green 4% copper carb
tan 6% rutile
brown 3% rio
blue 1% cobalt carb
black 1% cobalt, 3% manganese, 3% Mason black stain


Glaze name: Slip ST26 Charlie Cummings 1-3

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 1-3
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 05/12/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Tile 6 clay              26.0       26.02
Tennessee #10            26.0       26.02
Nepheline syenite        20.9       20.85
Flint                    27.1       27.11
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Charlie Cummings [[email protected]] Very white.  Doesn’t like to be more than
1/8” thick on my clay bodies.  Can cause glaze problems if applied too thick.
Variations --
Add ¼ teaspoon darvan 7
Colors
Yellow- ferro yellow 15%
Black- ferro 3794 black 15%
Red/orange- intensive red 12%
Blue- gs-62   12%
Green- peacock green 5%
Bluegreen- cobalt 1.5% + copper carb 2%
Grey – 6650 5%


Glaze name: Slip White Base

Cone: 04 - 6
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: slip or engobe
Color: base slip
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ball clay                40.0       40.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
neph sy                  15.0       15.00
Talc                     15.0       15.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

for wetwork and leatherhard clay. I've brushed, toothbrush spattered
and sliptrailed this base without problem. I've taken it as high as
cone 6. It may go higher. from: andrew s lubow


Glaze name: Slip White Lauren Karle's

Glaze type: Engobe
Cone: 05-03
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 05/24/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ball clay                40.0       40.00
Talc theoretical         20.0       20.00
Plastic vitrox           20.0       20.00
Nepheline syenite        10.0       10.00
Silica                   10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Pete Pinnell article in Clay Times Spr 2011. Calls for KT-1 ball and Amtel
C-92 talc. Could replace PV with talc.


Glaze name: Slip White Pinnell Lowfire Leather-Hard

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 03/18/2010

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Talc theoretical         40.0       40.00
Nepheline syenite        10.0       10.00
Kentucky OM #4           40.0       40.00
Silica                   10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

For thick, brushing slip add 7% zircopax. If mixing thin for dipping, use 15%
zircopax for higher opacity when used thinner. From Kari Radasch in CM J/Jl/Aug 09
Pete Pinnell: if you add stains, add an equal % frit 3124 to counter refractory
nature of most stains. Pete prefers Nytal talc and KT1-4 or Spinks C&C ball clay.
Apply on wet to leatherhard  clay.


Glaze name: Slip White Rascalware

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 05/28/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

EPK                      25.0       25.00
Calcined kaolin          30.0       30.00
Frit 3110                20.0       20.00
Nepheline syenite        15.0       15.00
Whiting                   5.0        5.00
Talc theoretical          5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 5.0        5.00

Comments:

From Don Pilcher


Glaze name: Slip White RISD Horie

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: unglazed
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 11/19/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kentucky OM #4           40.0       40.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
Nepheline syenite        15.0       15.00
Talc theoretical         15.0       15.00
Frit 3124                10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Ayumi Horie


Glaze name: Slip- Black Kari's Best

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 04-02
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Black
Source: http://kariradasch.com/technical
Date: 07/04/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Red Art                  36.4       40.00
EPK                       4.5        5.00
Wollastonite             22.7       25.00
Kentucky OM #4           18.2       20.00
Silica                    4.5        5.00
Nepheline syenite         4.5        5.00
Frit 3124                 9.1       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      110.00

Also add:

Cobalt oxide              3.6        4.00
Black iron oxide         10.9       12.00
6666 black stain          9.1       10.00

Comments:

Slip bleeds nicely under many glazes. Can be metallic.


Glaze name: Slip/engobe base from Clay Planet

Glaze type: Slip
Cone: 05
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 11/24/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ball clay                16.7       15.00
Frit 3110                22.2       20.00
Kaolin                   22.2       20.00
Silica                   16.7       15.00
Whiting                  22.2       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       90.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 11.1       10.00

Comments:

From: http://shop.clay-planet.com/stains.aspx
Variations --
Stain add 20%
Cone 5-6  add 10% Frit or Nephaline Syenite
Cone 05-  add 15% Frit or Nephaline Syenite
Air Brush: Delete Ball clay and Zircopax, add CMC Gum
  Solution (premix with warm water)


Glaze name: snow base

Glaze type: Barium matt
Cone: 05
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Crystals: Small
Flow: None
Testing: Tested
Date: 03/02/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Zinc oxide               13.3       13.30
Barium carbonate         36.8       36.80
Lithium carbonate         8.8        8.80
EPK                      14.5       14.50
Flint                    26.6       26.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: snow base shaffer

Glaze type: Barium matt
Cone: 05
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Crystals: Small
Flow: None
Testing: Tested
Date: 03/02/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Zinc oxide               12.1       12.10
Barium carbonate         42.4       42.40
Lithium carbonate         8.0        8.00
EPK                      13.1       13.10
Silica                   24.4       24.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: snow base shaffer Var 2

Glaze type: Barium matt
Cone: 05
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Crystals: Small
Flow: None
Testing: Tested
Date: 03/02/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Zinc oxide               11.8       11.80
Barium carbonate         41.4       41.40
Lithium carbonate        10.2       10.20
EPK                      12.7       12.70
Silica                   23.9       23.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: snow base shaffer var1

Glaze type: Barium matt
Cone: 05
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Crystals: Small
Flow: None
Testing: Tested
Date: 03/02/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Zinc oxide               12.5       12.50
Barium carbonate         43.6       43.60
Lithium carbonate         5.4        5.40
EPK                      13.3       13.30
Silica                   25.2       25.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: snow base shaffer var1

Glaze type: Barium matt
Cone: 05
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Crystals: Small
Flow: None
Testing: Tested
Date: 03/02/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Zinc oxide               12.5       12.50
Barium carbonate         43.6       43.60
Lithium carbonate         5.4        5.40
EPK                      13.3       13.30
Silica                   25.2       25.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Soft Matt V.C.

Glaze type: Ca Zn B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                48.0       48.00
Frit 3110                20.0       20.00
Zinc oxide               12.0       12.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Zn B. Opacity: Semi-Opaque. Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Stoneware Glaze

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 09/23/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate        11.3       11.30
Whiting                  10.9       10.90
Strontium carbonate       6.5        6.50
Zinc oxide               24.7       24.70
EPK                      46.6       46.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Stony Arleo Revised - frosty and twinkly

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Date: 02/08/2007

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate        13.4       15.00
EPK                      19.6       22.00
Silica                   40.2       45.00
Frit 3110                10.7       12.00
Gillespie borate         16.1       18.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      112.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.7        3.00

Comments:

From Lisa Orr, who works on lowfire whiteware w/red sig, bisqued to 01, glaze-fired
to 04.


Glaze name: Stony Lithium Arleo

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 05
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matte
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 02/02/2019

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate        16.5       16.00
EPK                      22.7       22.00
Flint                    46.4       45.00
Frit 3110                14.4       14.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       97.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 3.1        3.00

Comments:

From Adrian Arleo in "Ceramic Glazes: the Complete Handbook"
Variations --
for opacifier + 8-10% Superpax or Zircopax


Glaze name: Suede June's Blue c011

Cone: 011
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Lichen
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ferro frit 3110          37.1       37.10
Nepheline syenite        30.9       30.90
Barium carbonate          9.3        9.30
EPK                      14.4       14.40
Cornwall Stone            8.2        8.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Copper carbonate          8.2        8.20

Comments:

Dry suede sculpture finish. June Raymond.


Glaze name: Superstition

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 06-04
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 12/05/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate          27.3       27.30
Gerstley borate            36.4       36.40
Talc                       27.3       27.30
Nepheline syenite            9.1        9.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Copper carbonate             2.7        2.70
Cobalt oxide                 0.5        0.50

Comments:

Bob Shay sculpture glaze.


Glaze name: Superstition less Li

Glaze type: Lithium Matte
Cone: 06-04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Blue-green
Crystals: Small
Flaws: Shivers
Date: 11/13/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate        21.1       21.10
Gerstley borate          34.5       34.50
Dolomite                  7.2        7.20
Magnesium carbonate      14.1       14.10
Nepheline syenite         9.3        9.30
Silica                   13.9       13.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Copper carbonate          2.6        2.60
Cobalt oxide              0.4        0.40

Comments:


Glaze name: Surprise 3269

Cone: 03
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: Slight
Flaws: Crazes
Testing: Tested
Date: 06/01/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3269                82.4       70.00
Redart                   11.8       10.00
Flint                     5.9        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       85.00

Comments:

Very alkaline. Crazed. Fuming at margin of glaze.


Glaze name: Surprise 50% 3269 - 50% Satin Clear Heather's Recalc

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 06/01/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3269                41.4       41.40
Redart                    5.9        5.90
Flint                     3.0        3.00
Frit 3195                22.2       22.20
Dolomite                  8.1        8.10
Whiting                   4.2        4.20
Kaolin - theoretical      7.4        7.40
Silica                    6.3        6.30
Custer feldspar           1.6        1.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Bentonite                 0.5        0.50

Comments:

Mixture:
   50.0% 3269 Surprise
   50.0% Satin Clear Heather's Recalc


Glaze name: Sylvia Hyman 012-010

Glaze type: Na Li
Cone: 012 - 10
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Stoney
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline Sye            39.0       39.00
Soda ash                  4.0        4.00
Lithium carbonate         4.0        4.00
Sodium bicarbonate        4.0        4.00
EPK                       6.0        6.00
Ball clay                 6.0        6.00
Flint                    37.0       37.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          2.0        2.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Na Li . Opacity: . Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Symon Clear Glaze

Cone: 04 - 03
Surface texture: glossy
Color: clear
Date: 3/26/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate         3.9        3.90
Ferro frit 3124          76.9       77.00
Nepheline syenite         9.6        9.60
EPK                       9.6        9.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.9        1.90

Comments:

----------------------------Original
message---------------------------- Selena, This is the ^04 clear
that I use. Apply thinly. Good for brushwork. From Woody Hughes
article CM J/J/A 93 I have been using this for about 6 months. I must
let the kiln cool naturally, no hurrying it along or the glaze crazes
on my claybody (Plainsman L213). My kids have been using a dish
setting they decorated for 3 months, no crazing, goes thru the
dishwasher almost daily. Michelle Campbell Lacka Creek Pottery
[email protected]


Glaze name: Taberg 1

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Durability: Good
Date: 01/23/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   12.2       12.20
Frit 3124                51.1       51.00
Ball clay                 6.1        6.10
Gerstley borate          28.6       28.60
Zinc oxide                2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Richard Zakin's "Electric Kiln Ceramics"
Variations --
+ copper carb 2 = rich emerald green


Glaze name: Taberg 1 no GB

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Durability: Good
Date: 01/23/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   13.7       13.70
Frit 3134                51.9       52.00
Kaolin - theoretical     16.7       16.70
Gerstley borate          14.8       14.80
Wollastonite              0.9        0.90
Zinc oxide                2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Richard Zakin's "Electric Kiln Ceramics"
Variations --
+ copper carb 2 = rich emerald green


Glaze name: test #1

Cone: 04
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: shiny glossy
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          38.0       38.40
Strontium carbonate      11.0       11.10
neph sy                  39.0       39.40
Ball clay                 7.0        7.10
Wollastonite              5.0        5.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      101.10

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Li. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Oxidation .



Glaze name: Test glaze from limits 1

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 05/18/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3185                57.8       57.90
Frit 3110                12.1       12.10
Lithium carbonate         2.6        2.60
Talc theoretical          4.4        4.40
Whiting                  12.6       12.60
Strontium carbonate       5.1        5.10
Kaolin - theoretical      2.7        2.70
Alumina hydrate           2.7        2.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Comments:


Glaze name: Tile 1

Cone: 02
Color: base glaze
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ferro frit 3124          66.6       66.70
#6 Tile clay             12.5       12.50
Silica                   12.5       12.50
Talc                      4.2        4.20
Zinc oxide                4.2        4.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Titanium dioxide          2.1        2.10

Comments:

I've been working with earthenware the last few months, after not
having done so for many years. Right now I am firing to cone 02 and
doing two types of decoration: one with metallic slips for a burnt
earth look and one with glazes. My interest here is only the glazed
ware. I have dipped using tongs and large buckets (my normal
habit);poured, using a jug simply to pour the glazes over the pots
(also a normal habit); and applied the glaze on the wheel using a
syringe and broad flat brush. I bisque all ware to 04 in very slow,
well ventilated bisque fires. In both the dipping and pouring I am
getting a fair amount of pin holing, especially where the glaze is
thick and almost not at all where the glaze is thin. In the cases
where I brush on the glaze, there is absolutely no pin holing,
whether I apply the glaze very thickly, thickly or thinly. It's not
so much the pin holing itself which interests me ( I will work to
eliminate that) but rather that it does not occur when I brush on the
glaze (whether I apply it thickly or thinly and even on several
occasions I have brushed in on raw, fired it and had no pinholes).
Any ideas why? bob kavanagh (60 km west of montreal)
[email protected]>



Glaze name: Tizzy

Glaze type: Ca Pb Na B RawLead
Cone: 08 - 10
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: shiny
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/15/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Flint                    14.2       14.20
White lead               46.1       46.10
Custer feldspar           9.2        9.20
China clay               12.9       12.90
Frit 3134                17.5       17.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Comments:

Add from 4% to 9%  Tin Oxide to go from transparent to opaque.  Use
as liner for salt glaze.  Always works, always different, fantastic.
This is an old formula from Carlton Ball. Glaze Type: Ca  Pb Na B
RawLead. Opacity: . Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Toad Belly Tom Bartel

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 04-02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 12/26/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Borax                    19.0       19.00
Gerstley borate          37.0       37.00
Magnesium carbonate      37.0       37.00
Silica                    7.0        7.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax Plus            15.0       15.00

Comments:

From Tom Bartel. Off-white, dry, and it cracks. More borax may be needed when fired
to Cone 04.


Glaze name: Toadskin Jeremy's

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Lichen
Testing: Untested
Date: 03/05/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate        55.0       55.00
Tin oxide                40.0       40.00
Kentucky OM #4            5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

APPLY THICK!
Dry rusty texture.  Low coefficient of expansion causes prolonged shivering
Variations --
mustard/choco - iron oxide 4%/chrome ox. 1%
rose black/dark brown - cobalt carb 1%/manganese diox. 3%
lavendar/lime green/apricot orange - chrome ox. 1%
light blue/manganese green - cobalt carb 1%/ copper 2%
Pale blue/green red brown - iron ox 4%/ copper 2%


Glaze name: Toadskin Patricks

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Lichen
Flaws: Shivers
Testing: Tested
Date: 03/05/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate        55.0       55.00
Tin oxide                40.0       40.00
Kentucky OM #4            5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

APPLY THICK!
Dry rusty texture.  High coefficient of expansion causes prolonged shivering
Variations --
mustard/choco - iron oxide 4%/chrome ox. 1%
rose black/dark brown - cobalt carb 1%/manganese diox. 3%
lavendar/lime green/apricot orange - chrome ox. 1%
light blue/manganese green - cobalt carb 1%/ copper 2%
Pale blue/green red brown - iron ox 4%/ copper 2%


Glaze name: Tottman

Cone: 02
Surface texture: Matte
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Tan
Date: 04/20/2015

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Spodumene                29.8       29.80
Redart                   23.9       23.90
Dolomite                 23.9       23.90
Minspar 200              17.9       17.90
Frit 3124                 4.5        4.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 4.5        4.50

Comments:

From 4th Ed Electric Kiln Ceramics. Dry matte, light yellow/cream w/a good deal of visual texture.


Glaze name: Transparent Kari's Best

Cone: 04-02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Testing: Untested
Date: 01/29/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          10.5       10.50
Talc theoretical         28.6       28.60
Frit P-626               18.1       18.10
Frit 3124                10.5       10.50
Spodumene                13.3       13.30
EPK                      14.3       14.30
Wollastonite              4.8        4.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Comments:

add CMC 0.4 and Veegum T 1 From Kari Radasch in Pottery Making Illus. May/Jn
2004, and on Ceramic Arts Daily. VERY high MgO for a lowfire glaze. I don't have
these frits, but the recalc to a close unity formula was a clear w/no MgO added
at cone -04 visual. See Transparent Kari's Best Recalc 3 - Linda Arbuckle.
Variations --
celason: + cupper carb 1.5
blue: cobalt 1.5 + copper carb 2
grape: manganese diox 7 + copper carb 0.5
emerald: copper carb 6


Glaze name: Transparent Kari's Best recalc

Cone: 04-02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Date: 01/29/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate         2.1        2.10
Talc theoretical         24.8       24.80
Frit F-38 Fusion         45.9       45.90
Kaolin - theoretical     17.7       17.70
Bone ash                  8.2        8.20
Silica                    1.4        1.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Comments:

add CMC 0.4 and Veegum T 1
From Kari Radasch in Pottery Making Illus. May/Jn 2004
Try this for saturated iron at lowfire. + 10% rio
Variations --
celadon: + cupper carb 1.5
blue: cobalt 1.5 + copper carb 2
grape: manganese diox 7 + copper carb 0.5
emerald: copper carb 6


Glaze name: Transparent Kari's Best Recalc 3

Cone: 04-02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Testing: Tested
Date: 01/29/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate         2.1        2.10
Magnesium carbonate      18.2       18.20
Whiting                   5.9        5.90
Strontium carbonate       4.2        4.20
Frit 3195                28.7       28.70
Nepheline syenite         4.1        4.10
Kaolin - theoretical      8.6        8.60
Silica                   28.2       28.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

add CMC 0.4 and Veegum T 1 From Kari Radasch in Pottery Making Illus. May/Jn 2004
Re-calc to change frit and Ba. Very high in Mg for lowfire. While this is very
close in unity molecular formula to Transparent Kari's Best, both have a very
large amount of magnesium for a lowfire glaze. I tested with with no Mg carb, and
it's a nice clear, good surface, frosty where thick. With 5 Mg carb it's a nice
satin that is mildly frosty thin to frosty thick, with slips stillshowing on
terracotta and a smooth surface. Buttery to satin matte. With 10 Mg carb, the
glaze is frosty and getting drier in surface - looks underfired at visual c 04.
Linda Arbuckle
Variations --
celason: + cupper carb 1.5
blue: cobalt 1.5 + copper carb 2
grape: manganese diox 7 + copper carb 0.5
emerald: copper carb 6
Yellow: Naples Mason 2 + vanadium Mason 5
Soft Lime: chrome oxice 0.125 + vandium yellow 6440 0.5%
Chartreuse: chrome oxide 0.125 + vandium yellow 6440 5%
Icy blue: + silica 3% + copper carb 0.4%


Glaze name: Transparent Kari's Best Recalc 3- NO Mg

Cone: 04-02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Testing: Tested
Date: 07/5/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate         2.6        2.10
Whiting                   7.2        5.90
Strontium carbonate       5.1        4.20
Frit 3195                35.1       28.70
Nepheline syenite         5.0        4.10
Kaolin - theoretical     10.5        8.60
Silica                   34.5       28.20
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       81.80

Comments:

add CMC 0.4 and Veegum T 1 From Kari Radasch in Pottery Making Illus. May/Jn 2004
Re-calc to change frit and Ba. Very high in Mg for lowfire. While this is very
close in unity molecular formula to Transparent Kari's Best, both have a very
large amount of magnesium for a lowfire glaze. I tested with with no Mg carb, and
it's a nice clear, good surface, frosty where thick. With 5 Mg carb it's a nice
satin that is mildly frosty thin to frosty thick, with slips stillshowing on
terracotta and a smooth surface. Buttery to satin matte. With 10 Mg carb, the
glaze is frosty and getting drier in surface - looks underfired at visual c 04.
Linda Arbuckle
Variations --
celason: + cupper carb 1.5
blue: cobalt 1.5 + copper carb 2
grape: manganese diox 7 + copper carb 0.5
emerald: copper carb 6
Yellow: Naples Mason 2 + vanadium Mason 5
Soft Lime: chrome oxice 0.125 + vandium yellow 6440 0.5%
Chartreuse: chrome oxide 0.125 + vandium yellow 6440 5%
Icy blue: + silica 3% + copper carb 0.4%


Glaze name: Transparent Kari's Best Recalc 3- NO Mg recalc 1

Cone: 04-02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Testing: Tested
Date: 07/5/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Wollastonite             21.6       21.57
Strontium carbonate       7.3        7.30
Frit F-15 Fusion         39.4       39.40
Potash feldspar - theoretical   13.3       13.34
Spodumene - theoretical   18.4       18.39
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

add CMC 0.4 and Veegum T 1 From Kari Radasch in Pottery Making Illus. May/Jn 2004
Re-calc to change frit and Ba. Very high in Mg for lowfire. While this is very
close in unity molecular formula to Transparent Kari's Best, both have a very
large amount of magnesium for a lowfire glaze. I tested with with no Mg carb, and
it's a nice clear, good surface, frosty where thick. With 5 Mg carb it's a nice
satin that is mildly frosty thin to frosty thick, with slips stillshowing on
terracotta and a smooth surface. Buttery to satin matte. With 10 Mg carb, the
glaze is frosty and getting drier in surface - looks underfired at visual c 04.
Linda Arbuckle
Variations --
celason: + cupper carb 1.5
blue: cobalt 1.5 + copper carb 2
grape: manganese diox 7 + copper carb 0.5
emerald: copper carb 6
Yellow: Naples Mason 2 + vanadium Mason 5
Soft Lime: chrome oxice 0.125 + vandium yellow 6440 0.5%
Chartreuse: chrome oxide 0.125 + vandium yellow 6440 5%
Icy blue: + silica 3% + copper carb 0.4%


Glaze name: Transparent Kari's Best recalc less Mg

Cone: 04-02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Date: 01/29/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate         2.1        2.10
Talc theoretical         24.8       24.80
Frit F-38 Fusion         45.9       45.90
Kaolin - theoretical     17.7       17.70
Bone ash                  8.2        8.20
Silica                    1.4        1.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Comments:

add CMC 0.4 and Veegum T 1
From Kari Radasch in Pottery Making Illus. May/Jn 2004
Try this for saturated iron at lowfire. + 10% rio
Variations --
celadon: + cupper carb 1.5
blue: cobalt 1.5 + copper carb 2
grape: manganese diox 7 + copper carb 0.5
emerald: copper carb 6


Glaze name: Transparent Kari's Best web site version

Date: 07/04/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit P-626               25.0       25.00
Frit 3124                15.0       15.00
Gerstley borate          15.0       15.00
Spodumene                18.0       18.00
Wollastonite              7.0        7.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From http://kariradasch.com/technical
Variations --
Emerald = +6% Copper carb
Blue = + cobalt carb 1/5% + copper carb 2%
Maroon= Manganese dioc 7 + copper carb 0.5
Soft Lime Green
 Chrome oxide 0.125%
 Vanadium Yellow 6440 0.5%

Chartreuse
 Chrome oxide 0.125%
 Vanadium Yellow 6440 5%


Glaze name: Transparent Kari's Best web site version

Date: 07/04/2013

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit P-626               25.0       25.00
Frit 3124                15.0       15.00
Gerstley borate          15.0       15.00
Spodumene                18.0       18.00
Wollastonite              7.0        7.00
EPK                      20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From http://kariradasch.com/technical
Variations --
Emerald = +6% Copper carb
Blue = + cobalt carb 1/5% + copper carb 2%
Maroon= Manganese dioc 7 + copper carb 0.5
Soft Lime Green
 Chrome oxide 0.125%
 Vanadium Yellow 6440 0.5%

Chartreuse
 Chrome oxide 0.125%
 Vanadium Yellow 6440 5%


Glaze name: Transparent Kari's Best-spod 2

Cone: 04-02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Date: 01/29/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Talc theoretical         29.1       29.10
Wollastonite              8.0        8.00
Strontium carbonate       4.9        4.90
Frit 3195                33.2       33.20
Spodumene                 8.1        8.10
Potash feldspar - theoretical    6.2        6.20
Kaolin                    4.5        4.50
Flint                     6.0        6.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

add CMC 0.4 and Veegum T 1
From Kari Radasch in Pottery Making Illus. May/Jn 2004
Variations --
celason: + cupper carb 1.5
blue: cobalt 1.5 + copper carb 2
grape: manganese diox 7 + copper carb 0.5
emerald: copper carb 6


Glaze name: Transparent Zero3 Fritted Glaze Tony Hansen

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 08/15/2017

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                26.3       25.00
Frit 3134                34.7       33.00
Frit 3249                10.5       10.00
EPK                      21.1       20.00
Frit 3110                 7.4        7.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       95.00

Comments:

https://digitalfire.com/4sight/recipes/low_fire_fritted_zero3_transparent_glaze_13
2.html This recipe converts the popular Worthington Clear Gerstley-Borate-based
low fire clear recipe into something that does not become a bucket of jelly, does
not crack on drying, does not go on unevenly or the wrong thickness, does not
cloud up with boron blue or micro-bubbles when fired (because it has lower CaO),
does not craze or shiver (when used on the types of bodies discussed below). The
major development work culminated in the Ulexite-fluxed G2931F. This recipe,
G2931K, was formulated to have the same chemistry as F but use frits instead of
Ulexite to source the boron. The results are excellent, actually stunning! This
one also has even fewer micro-dimples in the fired surface (visible in the light
on very close inspection) and is crystal clear and super glassy.

We have found this works on Plainsman low fires like L212, 215, Terrastone plus
Zero3 stoneware and Zero3 porcelain. It shivers on 50:50 Talc:Ball clay bodies
(like Plainsman L213).


Glaze name: Transparent Zero3 Fritted Glaze Tony Hansen recalc F69

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 08/15/2017

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                26.3       26.30
Frit F69                 10.3       10.30
Frit 3134                34.8       34.80
Frit 3110                 7.7        7.70
Kaolin                   20.9       20.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

https://digitalfire.com/4sight/recipes/low_fire_fritted_zero3_transparent_glaze_13
2.html This recipe converts the popular Worthington Clear Gerstley-Borate-based
low fire clear recipe into something that does not become a bucket of jelly, does
not crack on drying, does not go on unevenly or the wrong thickness, does not
cloud up with boron blue or micro-bubbles when fired (because it has lower CaO),
does not craze or shiver (when used on the types of bodies discussed below). The
major development work culminated in the Ulexite-fluxed G2931F. This recipe,
G2931K, was formulated to have the same chemistry as F but use frits instead of
Ulexite to source the boron. The results are excellent, actually stunning! This
one also has even fewer micro-dimples in the fired surface (visible in the light
on very close inspection) and is crystal clear and super glassy.

We have found this works on Plainsman low fires like L212, 215, Terrastone plus
Zero3 stoneware and Zero3 porcelain. It shivers on 50:50 Talc:Ball clay bodies
(like Plainsman L213).


Glaze name: Transparent Zero3 glaze with Ulexite Tony Hansen

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 06/01/2017

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

EPK                      27.0       27.00
Silica                    7.0        7.00
ulexite                  29.0       29.00
Frit 3249                 9.0        9.00
Wollastonite              9.0        9.00
Frit 3110                19.0       19.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Tony Hansen on DigitalFire
https://digitalfire.com/4sight/recipes/ulexite_high_expansion_zero3_clear_glaze_13
1.html

Code: G2931K This recipe converts the popular Worthington Clear
Gerstley-Borate-based recipe into something much easier to use. While Worthington
melts to a good clear it has serious gelling problems (characteristic of Gerstley
Borate). Normal frits cannot easily source this high level of B2O3 so I have
employed Ulexite to augment (a mineral similar to GB yet gels only slightly).
Another issue with Worthington is shivering and fracturing of ware when glazed
only on the inside (its thermal expansion was too low). This recipe also raises
thermal expansion (by adding Na2O), the result is a glaze that fits a much wider
range of bodies. Worthington also has clouding issues, this yields a more crystal
clear, defect free fired result.

Dipping ware in Zero3 Transparent is just so much easier than trying to paint on
than commercial, slow drying clears. It produces a slurry with very nice
suspension, drying and application properties. It naturally gels (at around 1.4
SG in our lab). It applies very well in an even layer to low or high porosity
bisque (the gel makes it hang on without running or dripping). However the 1.4
specific gravity (which is lower than most stoneware glazes) means that it dries
slower if bisque is dense.

As a clear overglaze to finish your decorated ware, this glaze has a number of
advantages over commercial clear glazes: -It is much less expensive so it is
practical to have a large pail of it so that pieces can be easily dip-glazed
(using dipping tongs). -It behaves like stoneware glazes, it suspends well and
applies in an even layer that can dry to handling stage is seconds. -It fires to
a better crystal clear. -Since the recipe is known, and contains no toxic
materials, you can more confidently assure retailers that it is safe; all
underglaze color decoration is isolated from any contact with food or drink by
this glaze. -It is compatible with most underglaze colors (including pinks).

Pay special attention to the soak-soak-slow cool firing schedule for this glaze,
especially if your clay body is not fine grained.

Note: Later we did find a way to create the chemistry of this glaze using a
combination of frits (look for a link). __________ This recipe converts the
popular Worthington Clear Gerstley-Borate-based low fire clear recipe into
something that does not become a bucket of jelly, does not crack on drying, does
not go on unevenly or the wrong thickness, does not cloud up with boron blue or
micro-bubbles when fired (because it has lower CaO), does not craze or shiver
(when used on the types of bodies discussed below). The major development work
culminated in the Ulexite-fluxed G2931F. This recipe, G2931K, was formulated to
have the same chemistry but using frits instead of Ulexite to source the boron.
The results are excellent, actually stunning! This one also has even fewer
micro-dimples in the fired surface (visible in the light on very close
inspection) and is crystal clear and super glassy.

We have found this works on Plainsman low fires like L212, 215, Terrastone plus
Zero3 stoneware and Zero3 porcelain. It shivers on 50:50 Talc:Ball clay bodies
(like Plainsman L213).

As noted, while Worthington melts to a good clear it has serious gelling problems
(characteristic of Gerstley Borate). An issue with Worthington is shivering and
fracturing of ware when glazed only on the inside (its thermal expansion was too
low). This recipe raises thermal expansion (by adding Na2O), the result is a
glaze that fits a much wider range of bodies.

Dipping ware in Zero3 Transparent is just so much easier than trying to paint on
commercial, slow drying clears. It produces a slurry with very nice suspension,
drying and application properties. It naturally gels at around 1.53 specific
gravity (in our circumstances), but we add water to bring it down to about
1.46-1.47 and add Epsom Salts to gel it back up (google glaze thixotropy to learn
more). This produces a slurry that applies very well in an even layer to low or
high porosity bisque (the gel makes it hang on without running or dripping).
However extra water means that it dries slower on dense bisque.

As a clear overglaze to finish your decorated ware, this glaze has a number of
other advantages over commercial clear glazes: -It is much less expensive so it
is practical to have a large pail of it so that pieces can be easily dip-glazed
(using dipping tongs). -It behaves like stoneware glazes, it suspends well and
applies in an even layer that can dry to handling stage is seconds. -It fires to
a better crystal clear than many. -Since the recipe is known, and contains no
toxic materials, you can more confidently assure retailers that it is safe; all
underglaze color decoration is isolated from any contact with food or drink by
this glaze. -It is compatible with most underglaze colors (including pinks).

Pay special attention to the drop-and-hold firing schedule for this glaze,
especially if your clay body is not fine grained.

To mix up 5 Kg: G2931K glaze 5.0 Kg Water: 4.5 Kg. Mixed for approx. 1/2 hour
S.G. 100 ml. grad. cyl. 1.46 S.G. 1.0 L. grad. cyl. 1.46 S.G. Hydrometer 1.46
Viscosity: Ford Cup 10.8 seconds. Yield: 6.5 litres.


Glaze name: Transparent Zero3 glaze G2931K all frit - Tony Hansen

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 06/01/2017

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                26.3       25.00
Frit 3134                34.7       33.00
EPK                      21.1       20.00
Frit 3249                10.5       10.00
Frit 3110                 7.4        7.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       95.00

Comments:

From Tony Hansen on DigitalFire
https://digitalfire.com/4sight/recipes/low_fire_fritted_zero3_transparent_glaze_132.html

This recipe converts the popular Worthington Clear Gerstley-Borate-based low fire
clear recipe into something that does not become a bucket of jelly, does not
crack on drying, does not go on unevenly or the wrong thickness, does not cloud
up with boron blue or micro-bubbles when fired (because it has lower CaO), does
not craze or shiver (when used on the types of bodies discussed below). The major
development work culminated in the Ulexite-fluxed G2931F. This recipe, G2931K,
was formulated to have the same chemistry but using frits instead of Ulexite to
source the boron. The results are excellent, actually stunning! This one also has
even fewer micro-dimples in the fired surface (visible in the light on very close
inspection) and is crystal clear and super glassy.

We have found this works on Plainsman low fires like L212, 215, Terrastone plus
Zero3 stoneware and Zero3 porcelain. It shivers on 50:50 Talc:Ball clay bodies
(like Plainsman L213).

As noted, while Worthington melts to a good clear it has serious gelling problems
(characteristic of Gerstley Borate). An issue with Worthington is shivering and
fracturing of ware when glazed only on the inside (its thermal expansion was too
low). This recipe raises thermal expansion (by adding Na2O), the result is a
glaze that fits a much wider range of bodies.

Dipping ware in Zero3 Transparent is just so much easier than trying to paint on
commercial, slow drying clears. It produces a slurry with very nice suspension,
drying and application properties. It naturally gels at around 1.53 specific
gravity (in our circumstances), but we add water to bring it down to about
1.46-1.47 and add Epsom Salts to gel it back up (google glaze thixotropy to learn
more). This produces a slurry that applies very well in an even layer to low or
high porosity bisque (the gel makes it hang on without running or dripping).
However extra water means that it dries slower on dense bisque.

As a clear overglaze to finish your decorated ware, this glaze has a number of
other advantages over commercial clear glazes: -It is much less expensive so it
is practical to have a large pail of it so that pieces can be easily dip-glazed
(using dipping tongs). -It behaves like stoneware glazes, it suspends well and
applies in an even layer that can dry to handling stage is seconds. -It fires to
a better crystal clear than many. -Since the recipe is known, and contains no
toxic materials, you can more confidently assure retailers that it is safe; all
underglaze color decoration is isolated from any contact with food or drink by
this glaze. -It is compatible with most underglaze colors (including pinks).

Pay special attention to the drop-and-hold firing schedule for this glaze,
especially if your clay body is not fine grained.

To mix up 5 Kg: G2931K glaze 5.0 Kg Water: 4.5 Kg. Mixed for approx. 1/2 hour
S.G. 100 ml. grad. cyl. 1.46 S.G. 1.0 L. grad. cyl. 1.46 S.G. Hydrometer 1.46
Viscosity: Ford Cup 10.8 seconds. Yield: 6.5 litres.
Variations --
Firing: fired at 1200F/hr to 1950F, held it for 15 minutes, cooled at 999F/hr to
1850F and held it for 30 minutes, then dropped as fast as the kiln would do.


Glaze name: Turquoise Chun

Glaze type: Low fire (Alkaline)
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Color: Turquoise
Testing: Untested
Date: 09/24/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3195                50.0       50.00
Frit 3124                40.0       40.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          0.5        0.50
Titanium dioxide          5.0        5.00

Comments:

Clay Times May/ June 2000


Glaze name: Turquoise Lustre

Cone: 08
Surface texture: luster
Color: turquoise
Date: 6/24/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

                        -----    --------
Totals:                   0.0        0.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          3.0        3.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
Tin oxide                 3.0        3.00

Comments:

I fire this on dark stoneware (Death Valley) from [email protected]



Glaze name: Turquoise Scotts

Date: 05/19/2010

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit F-38 Fusion        100.0      100.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          5.0        5.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Underglaze for bone-dry or bisque ware

Glaze type: Underglaze
Cone: 04-9
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 05/22/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

EPK                      30.3       30.00
Ball clay                20.2       20.00
Nepheline syenite        26.3       26.00
Flint                    11.1       11.00
Talc theoretical         12.1       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.00

Also add:

Soda ash                  0.0        0.03
CMC                       1.0        1.00

Comments:

Plus water 1/2 cup


Glaze name: Underglaze Mason Color Works from Vince Pitelka

Glaze type: Underglaze
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 01/23/2019

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Kona F-4 feldspar        44.4       20.00
Kaolin                   22.2       10.00
Ball clay                11.1        5.00
Frit 3124                22.2       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       45.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 11.1        5.00

Comments:

Add the stain after everything else is combined, including the underglaze
liquid(75 parts). V ary the amount of stain for a darker or lighter color , and
of course if you add a significant amount of stain you will need t o add
additional water to adjust the consistency of the final mix. To make the
underglaze l iquid , c ombine : Non - toxic anti freeze -- -- -- 2 parts Water
------------------- - --- 2 parts CMC Liquid ----------- - - -- 1 parts To make
CMC liquid , stir 30 grams of d ry CMC in 1 qt. hot water and let it sit for 2
days . Be sure to use non - toxic antifreeze! Normal antifreeze is ethylene -
glycol and is toxic. Instead, use non - toxic propylene - glycol antifreeze. It’s
available in auto - supply stores and is safe for people an d pets. The CMC gum
and propylene glycol in this mixture make it thicker and smoother than a slip
containing only water , giving a smoother brushing consistency especially when
applying underglaze to dry greenware or bisqueware . When making this r ecipe:
Dry - mix all the dry ingredients, add about 3/4 o f the underglaze liquid and
blend thoroughly , and then blend in more underglaze liquid a little at a time as
needed until you achieve the desired brushing consistency. You may not need the
full amount of und erglaze liquid .
Variations --
+ 40% any ceramic stain


Glaze name: Underglaze Mason Stain Mixture

Glaze type: Underglaze
Cone: 5 - 6
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: Varies
Color: Varies
Testing: Untested
Source: Val Cushing VC ed. via GlazeBase
Date: 6/4/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Mason Stain              60.0       60.00
Frit 3124                40.0       40.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From a handout bearing Anne Kraus' name. 'Stain can be painted on
bisque ware, clear sprayed over.'


Glaze name: Underglaze Odyssey Formula

Glaze type: Underglaze
Cone: 04-10
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 05/19/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                50.0       30.00
Ball clay                50.0       30.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       60.00

Comments:

From Highwater Clays catalog
Variations --
+ any stain 30


Glaze name: V.C. Four

Glaze type: Ca Na B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        20.0       20.00
Gerstley borate          30.0       30.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Frit 3124                40.0       40.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Na B. Opacity: . Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: V.C. Low Fire Luster 1

Glaze type: Ca Pb B RawLead Luster
Cone: 010 - 04
Firing: Luster
Surface texture: shiny
Color: Luster
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Red lead                 50.0       50.00
Gerstley borate          30.0       30.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Silver nitrate            2.0        2.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Pb B RawLead Luster. Opacity: . Firing type: Luster .


Glaze name: V.C. Low Fire Luster 2

Glaze type: Ca B Luster
Cone: 010 - 04
Firing: Luster
Surface texture: shiny
Color: Gold Luster
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          81.7       81.60
Cornwall Stone           16.3       16.30
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Tin oxide                 1.0        1.00
Silver nitrate            2.0        2.00

Comments:

Hard gold luster in raku. Glaze Type: Ca B Luster. Opacity: . Firing
type: Luster .


Glaze name: V.C. Low Fire Luster 3

Glaze type: Na Li Pb RawLead Luster
Cone: 010 - 04
Firing: Luster
Color: Luster
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

White lead               50.0       50.00
Nepheline Sye            30.0       30.00
Lithium carbonate         5.0        5.00
Cryolite                  5.0        5.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
Clay                      5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Silver nitrate            2.0        2.00
Bismuth subnitrate        1.0        1.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Na Li Pb RawLead Luster . Opacity: . Firing type: Luster
.


Glaze name: V.C. Low Fire Luster 5

Glaze type: Na Ca Luster
Cone: 010 - 04
Firing: Luster
Surface texture: shiny
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                85.0       85.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Whiting                   5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper oxide              2.0        2.00
Silver Sulphide           2.0        2.00
Copper Sulphate           2.0        2.00
Silver carbonate          2.0        2.00

Comments:

Fire up to 1000 C., let cool to 800 C., then reduce 20 minutes with
10 inch flame at spy hole, Cool kiln in some reduction.  Use alkaline
Ferro frit. Glaze Type: Na Ca Luster. Opacity: . Firing type: Luster .


Glaze name: V.C. Satin Stone Recalc

Glaze type: Ca Na B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin Matt
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                39.0       39.00
Dolomite                  7.4        7.40
Whiting                   2.1        2.10
Nepheline syenite        11.6       11.60
Flint                    21.3       21.30
EPK                      18.7       18.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Na B. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Oxidation .
Recalc to replace gerstley borate.


Glaze name: V.C. Soda Blue 1962

Glaze type: Na Ca B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy
Color: Blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                70.0       70.00
Colemanite                5.0        5.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
Soda ash                 10.0       10.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          3.0        3.00

Comments:

This later became John Gill's Water Blue. This is originally a Raku
glaze. Glaze Type: Na Ca B. Opacity: Transparent. Firing type:
Oxidation .


Glaze name: V.C. Soft Matt

Glaze type: Ca Zn B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                48.0       48.00
Frit 3110                20.0       20.00
Zinc oxide               12.0       12.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Whiting                  10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Zn B. Opacity: Semi-Opaque. Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: V.C. Soft Satin

Glaze type: Ca B MidRoad
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                65.0       65.00
Dolomite                 10.0       10.00
Zinc oxide                5.0        5.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca B MidRoad. Opacity: Semi-Opaque. Firing type:
Oxidation .


Glaze name: V.C. Three

Glaze type: Ca Na B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        18.0       18.00
Gerstley borate          16.0       16.00
EPK                       4.0        4.00
Flint                     8.0        8.00
Frit 3124                50.0       50.00
Lithium carbonate         4.0        4.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Na B. Opacity: . Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: V.C. Two

Glaze type: Ca Na B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline Sye            25.0       25.00
Gerstley borate          25.0       25.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Flint                    10.0       10.00
Frit 3195                30.0       30.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ca Na B. Opacity: . Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: V.C. Water Blue Revised

Glaze type: Na Ca B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy
Color: Blue
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3110                76.9       77.00
Gerstley borate           5.8        5.80
EPK                       7.2        7.20
Flint                    10.1       10.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Copper carbonate          6.1        6.10

Comments:

Revised by John Gill. Glaze Type: Na Ca B. Opacity: Transparent.
Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: Varda's Blue Green

Glaze type: Ba Li AlMatt
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Dry
Color: Blue Green
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        22.9       20.40
Strontium carbonate      36.1       32.20
Lithium carbonate         6.1        5.40
Flint                    12.1       10.80
EPK                      22.9       20.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       89.20

Also add:

Copper carbonate          8.4        7.50

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ba Li AlMatt. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Oxidation .
Variations -- Original version w/Barium 43


Glaze name: Varda's Blue Green Recalc

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Dry
Color: Blue Green
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Custer feldspar          33.3       29.70
Strontium carbonate      36.1       32.20
Lithium carbonate         6.0        5.40
Flint                     3.8        3.40
Kaolin - theoretical     20.8       18.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       89.30

Also add:

Copper carbonate          8.4        7.50
Bentonite                 2.2        2.00

Comments:

 Glaze Type: Ba Li AlMatt. Opacity: Opaque. Firing type: Oxidation .
Variations -- Original version w/Barium 43. Recalculated to use spar
instead of neph sy so that the glaze isn't deflocculated.


Glaze name: VC 5000

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 11/10/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                77.0       77.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        14.0       14.00
Whiting                   7.0        7.00
EPK                       2.0        2.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Nice stone matt. Heavy but smooth. Good glaze. From Val Cushing.


Glaze name: Velvet Crust

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Lichen
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Date: 09/21/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          42.4       42.40
Nepheline syenite        14.2       14.20
Alumina hydrate          43.4       43.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Sculpture base. Very matt. Frosty translucent in base form. Good w/color additions.
UF Shop glaze.


Glaze name: Velvet Crust Al Oxide

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Lichen
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Date: 09/21/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          49.9       49.90
Nepheline syenite        16.7       16.70
Alumina                  33.4       33.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Sculpture base. Very matt. Frosty translucent in base form. Good w/color additions.
UF Shop glaze.


Glaze name: Velvet Crust Base

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 04
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: matte
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          42.4       42.40
Nepheline syenite        14.2       14.20
Alumina hydrate          43.4       43.40
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Guessing on surface/opacity. Rated 02/04.  From Woody Hughes. UF shop
glaze


Glaze name: Velvet Crust Base Recalc 1

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 04
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: matte
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Dolomite                  7.4        6.80
Whiting                   3.5        3.20
Nepheline syenite         8.7        8.00
Alumina hydrate          50.4       46.30
Frit 3134                30.0       27.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       91.90

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.2        2.00

Comments:

Guessing on surface/opacity. Rated 02/04.  From Woody Hughes. UF shop
glaze


Glaze name: Velvet Crust Base Recalc3

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 04
Firing: Ox. or Red.
Surface texture: matte
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Whiting                   7.4        6.90
Strontium carbonate       5.9        5.50
Nepheline syenite         6.4        6.00
Alumina hydrate          50.5       47.00
Frit 3134                29.8       27.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       93.10

Comments:

Guessing on surface/opacity. Rated 02/04.  From Woody Hughes. UF shop
glaze


Glaze name: Vert jade cendré

Glaze type: Ash
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Semi-gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Jade green with a lot of texture
Visual texture: Mottled
Crystals: None
Bubbles: None
Flow: None
Durability: Good
Testing: Tested
Date: 02/15/97

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

ash Hardwood             36.0       36.00
Custer feldspar          14.5       14.50
Frit 3134                23.0       23.00
EPK                      14.5       14.50
Lithium carbonate        12.0       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Ultrox                   15.5       15.50
Black copper oxide        3.5        3.50

Comments:

 The design was made by me and the testing was conducted by my friend
Bernard Brunet from Sorel. Hardwood ash was used,washed 5 times and
200 mesh-sieved. This glaze is matt when applied thin and gloss when
thick. It has a lot of texture on the surface.

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

*Where is it used?
 In Bernard Brunet's studio

*Where did this recipe come from?
 From our own knowledge and experimentation

*What do you like most about this glaze?
 The vivid color and the texture. It does not run.

*Is this glaze reliable?
 Yes

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

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

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

*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?
 24x27 octagonal electric kiln

*How do you typically fire?
 Oxidation in 8 hours,a small soaking period end the firing (30
minutes)

*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: Why change: vanilla

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Glaze name: Violet matt translucent 02

Glaze type: Barium matt
Cone: 02-1
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Translucent
Color: Purple
Date: 10/27/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate         30.2       30.20
Lithium carbonate         2.4        2.40
Zinc oxide                5.4        5.40
Whiting                   9.5        9.50
Custer feldspar          36.2       36.20
Flint                    16.3       16.30
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Nickel carbonate          2.0        2.00
Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Watershed Stone

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 12/17/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ball clay                21.7       21.70
EPK                      21.7       21.70
Gerstley borate          21.7       21.70
Flint                    21.7       21.70
Lithium carbonate        13.0       13.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.80

Also add:

Rutile                    3.5        3.50
Granular ilmenite         4.3        4.30

Comments:

Dry matt glaze. Can be used successfully on bone dry clay and bisque.
From Lynn Duryea. Variations -- Use 13 neph sy + 12 gerstley in place
of 25 gerstley for a dryer matt.


Glaze name: Waxy

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Date: 02/23/2010

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          38.0       38.00
Lithium carbonate        10.0       10.00
Nepheline syenite         5.0        5.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Flint                    42.0       42.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:


Glaze name: Waxy Clear 5

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 12/20/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                69.4       69.30
Kaolin - theoretical     11.6       11.60
Potash feldspar - theoretical   13.4       13.40
Silica                    5.6        5.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.90

Also add:

Bentonite                 0.7        0.70

Comments:

At medium thickness, a nice waxy clear. Gets a little frosty thick. Nice feel. No
crazing on Resolute terracotta at cone 03. From Linda Arbuckle.


Glaze name: Waxy Clear 5 recalc wood

Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 12/20/2011

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                66.7       66.70
Kaolin - theoretical     16.9       16.90
Silica                    9.7        9.70
Ash wood                  6.7        6.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 0.7        0.70

Comments:

At medium thickness, a nice waxy clear. Gets a little frosty thick. Nice feel. No
crazing on Resolute terracotta at cone 03. From Linda Arbuckle.


Glaze name: Waxy no GB

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Date: 02/23/2010

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          38.0       38.00
Lithium carbonate        10.0       10.00
Nepheline syenite         5.0        5.00
EPK                       5.0        5.00
Flint                    42.0       42.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

From Lynn Duryea
Variations --
Green to pink with Salmon Mason Stain


Glaze name: White Base Glaze 04

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Testing: Untested
Date: 12/7/96

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Ferro frit 3124          40.0       40.00
Gerstley borate          30.0       30.00
Neph Sy                  25.0       25.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                  8.0        8.00

Comments:

 from
andrew s lubow
Variations --
Additions:
Yellow 3% Red Iron Oxide
Turquoise 2% Copper Carbonate
Sky Blue 1% Colbalt Carbonate
Purpleish Brown 2% Magnesium Dioxide
Green 2% Chrome Oxide
Salmon Pink 4% Mason 6006 Deep Crimson Stain


Glaze name: White Crackle Phil's

Glaze type: Raku (Crackle)
Cone: 06
Firing: Raku
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: White
Date: 09/23/2001

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 5301                 9.6        9.60
Frit 3195                80.8       80.90
EPK                       9.6        9.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Ultrox                    8.6        8.60

Comments:


Glaze name: White Crawl

Glaze type: Crawl
Cone: 02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Flaws: Crawls
Date: 06/20/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Magnesium carbonate      33.3       33.30
Frit 3110                66.7       66.70
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 11.0       11.00

Comments:

From Yoshiro Ikeda. Increasing Mg carb increases the dry crawl effect. Increasing
frit lessens the crawl and fluxes. Use Black Ikeda Glaze under.


Glaze name: White Fat

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 03/06/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

3191                     68.4       68.40
Ball clay                21.1       21.10
Gerstley borate          10.5       10.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax                 21.1       21.10

Comments:

From Karon Doherty



Glaze name: White Fat Matt Wedel

Cone: 06-03
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 06/08/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate        11.8       11.80
Whiting                  24.5       24.50
Nepheline syenite        36.4       36.40
EPK                       2.8        2.80
Silica                   24.5       24.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Glaze settles fast and may crawl if not applied correctly. Applied thickly to
sculpture, it can take on a foamy quality. CM Mar. 2013
Variations --
Blue = copper carb 0.2-2%
Lavender = Mason 6385 0.2 - 5%


Glaze name: White Matt Opaque Cone 1 SSG-133

Cone: 1
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 11/06/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        40.6       40.60
Lithium carbonate        10.6       10.60
Strontium carbonate      11.9       11.90
Whiting                   9.6        9.60
Zinc oxide                7.8        7.80
Silica                   19.5       19.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.2        1.20

Comments:

+ CMC 1 tsp.From James Chappell "The Potters Complete Book of Clay and Glazes".
Substitution of strontium for orig barium carb.


Glaze name: White Matt Semi-Opaque Cone 1 SSG-131

Glaze type: Bristol
Cone: 1
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: White
Date: 11/06/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Zinc oxide               10.0       10.00
Nepheline syenite        42.6       42.60
Lithium carbonate         2.2        2.20
Strontium carbonate      12.9       12.90
Whiting                  11.5       11.50
Silica                   20.9       20.90
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

+ CMC 1 tsp. From James Chappell "The Potters Complete Book of Clay and Glazes".
Substitution of strontium for orig barium carb.

Fired to cloudy white at cone 1. Avoid iron - gives muddy color. Zinc will turn
chrome colors brown.


Glaze name: White Milky Matt Opaque Cone 1 SSG-134

Cone: 1
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matt
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 11/06/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Pyrophyllite             34.3       34.00
Frit 3134                62.6       62.00
Colemanite                3.0        3.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

+ CMC 1 tsp. From James Chappell "The Potters Complete Book of Clay and Glazes".


Glaze name: White Millbrook 02

Cone: 02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 04/20/2015

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                78.2       79.00
Custer feldspar          10.4       10.50
GoldArt                  10.4       10.50
Zinc oxide                1.0        1.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      101.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 3.0        3.00
Titanium dioxide          1.0        1.00

Comments:

From 4th Ed Electric Kiln Ceramics.. Smooth, glossy, white.


Glaze name: White Pink Kansas City

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 07-05
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Date: 04/11/2002

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3134                90.0       90.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

tin                      10.0       10.00

Comments:

Pink color will develop if there is volatile chrome in the kiln. Or
add .25% Cr.


Glaze name: White Satin-Matt Cone 1 SSG-130

Cone: 1
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Satin matt
Transparency: Semi-opaque
Color: White
Date: 11/06/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Nepheline syenite        38.0       38.00
EPK                       3.2        3.20
Frit P-54                11.5       11.50
Whiting                  17.8       17.80
Silica                   29.6       29.60
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

+ 1 tsp CMC. From James Chappell "The Potters Complete Book of Clay and Glazes"


Glaze name: White stiff gloss

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Opaque
Color: White
Date: 09/21/2010

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                70.0       70.00
EPK                      15.0       15.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
Dolomite                  5.0        5.00
Zinc oxide                5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Zircopax Plus            10.0       10.00

Comments:


Glaze name: White Translucent Gloss Cone 1 SSG-129

Cone: 1
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Translucent
Color: White
Date: 11/06/2012

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Colemanite               40.4       40.00
Silica                   28.3       28.00
Whiting                  18.2       18.00
Kaolin                    8.1        8.00
Magnesium carbonate       5.1        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 1.0        1.00

Comments:

+ CMC 1 tsp. From James Chappell "The Potters Complete Book of Clay and Glazes"
Cloudy translucent white. Stable, good for utility ware.


Glaze name: Woody's Base ARAC

Glaze type: Lithium Matt
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 08/25/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          26.0       26.00
Lithium carbonate         4.0        4.00
Nepheline syenite        20.0       20.00
Frit 3124                30.0       30.00
EPK                      10.0       10.00
Silica                   10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Variations --
Colorants:
* Light Green
copper carbonate 2 80 160 200
* Dark Green
copper carbonate 6 240 480 600
* Dark blue
cobalt .5 20 40 50
*Yellow
red iron oxide 4 160 320 400
*Purple


Glaze name: Woody's Base ARAC Variation Radasch

Glaze type: Lithium Matt
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 08/25/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          24.8       24.80
Lithium carbonate         3.8        3.80
Nepheline syenite        19.0       19.00
Frit 3124                28.6       28.60
EPK                       9.5        9.50
Silica                    9.5        9.50
Glomax                    4.8        4.80
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Variations --
Colorants:
* Light Green
copper carbonate 2 80 160 200
* Dark Green
copper carbonate 6 240 480 600
* Dark blue
cobalt .5 20 40 50
*Yellow
red iron oxide 4 160 320 400
*Purple


Glaze name: Woody's Base ARAC Variation Radasch no crazing

Glaze type: Lithium Matt
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Date: 08/25/2004

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate           7.7        7.70
Spodumene                30.2       30.20
Frit 3134                47.7       47.70
Kaolin - theoretical     13.9       13.90
Alumina hydrate           0.5        0.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

test. Less KNaO, a bit more Li, more Si. Doesn't craze.
Variations --
Colorants:
* Light Green
copper carbonate 2 80 160 200
* Dark Green
copper carbonate 6 240 480 600
* Dark blue
cobalt .5 20 40 50
*Yellow
red iron oxide 4 160 320 400
*Purple


Glaze name: Woody's Base B

Glaze type: Low fire
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Clear
Date: 07/10/99

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Lithium carbonate         3.8        3.90
Nepheline syenite         9.4        9.60
EPK                       9.4        9.60
Frit 3124                77.4       79.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      102.10

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

From Woody Hughes


Glaze name: Woody's Blue 04

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Glossy or shiny
Color: Transparent Blue Green
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                80.0       80.00
Talc                     13.0       13.00
EPK                       7.0        7.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Copper carbonate          3.0        3.00

Comments:

From Woody Hughes. 04-02. Guessing on surface and color. Copper 3-6%.


Glaze name: Yellow Clear Glaze

Glaze type: Ca B
Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Color: Yellow
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          55.0       55.00
EPK                      30.0       30.00
Flint                    15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Burnt umber               6.0        6.00

Comments:

James Sayre.  Mix thin.  Apply heavier to achieve a deeper yellow.
The glaze will not become milky if applied thickly. Glaze Type: Ca B.
Opacity: Transparent. Firing type: Oxidation .


Glaze name: yellow Clear Kathy's

Cone: 08 - 06
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Yellow
Testing: Untested
Date: 11/14/98

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          77.8       70.00
Frit 5301                11.1       10.00
Ball clay                11.1       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       90.00

Also add:

Superpax                  5.6        5.00
Red iron oxide            5.6        5.00

Comments:

From a University of Georgia class handout on glaze & clay from Andy
Nasisse. Clear, red orange "folksy" glaze - yellow over white slip.


Glaze name: Yellow Clear Paul Rozman

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Yellow
Date: 05/22/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate         14.0       14.00
Gerstley borate          34.0       34.00
Potash feldspar - theoretical   37.0       37.00
Flint                    15.0       15.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Black iron oxide          8.0        8.00

Comments:

From CM Jan. 1985, Paul Rozman. Ball mill this or it will speck. Ba is toxic. Try
to use Sr substitution.


Glaze name: Yellow Clear Paul Rozman no Ba

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Yellow
Date: 05/22/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Strontium carbonate      10.9       10.90
Gerstley borate          35.2       35.20
Potash feldspar - theoretical   38.4       38.40
Flint                    15.5       15.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Black iron oxide          8.3        8.30

Comments:

From CM Jan. 1985, Paul Rozman. Ball mill this or it will speck. Ba is toxic. Try
to use Sr substitution.


Glaze name: Yellow Clear Paul Rozman no Ba w frit

Cone: 03
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Yellow
Date: 05/22/2014

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Wollastonite              2.7        2.70
Nepheline syenite         8.1        8.10
Silica                    7.7        7.70
Frit F-38 Fusion         32.3       32.30
Frit 3134                41.1       41.10
Kaolin - theoretical      8.1        8.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Black iron oxide          8.6        8.60

Comments:

From CM Jan. 1985, Paul Rozman. Ball mill this or it will speck. Ba is toxic. Try
to use Sr substitution.


Glaze name: Yellow Creepy

Glaze type: Texture
Cone: 04-03
Firing: Oxidation
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Yellow
Date: 03/06/00

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Gerstley borate          80.0       80.00
Bone ash                 20.0       20.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Rutile                    4.0        4.00
Nickel oxide              1.0        1.00

Comments:

From Karon Doherty. Did not specify NiCO3 or Ni oxide.


Glaze name: Yellow Frosty

Glaze type: Barium matt
Cone: 06-04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matte
Color: Yellow
Date: 02/18/2005

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Barium carbonate         13.6       13.50
Gerstley borate          11.5       11.40
Custer feldspar          47.4       46.90
Whiting                  12.9       12.80
Zinc oxide                3.9        3.90
Flint                    10.6       10.50
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0       99.00

Also add:

Bentonite                 2.0        2.00

Comments:

Bright lemon yellow. Tends to be dry unless fired to hot 04. NOT for food use.
Variations --
+ Harshaw yellow stain 8%


Glaze name: Yellow Lorraine Earth

Cone: 02
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Yellow
Date: 04/20/2015

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                52.0       52.00
Custer feldspar          26.0       26.00
Redart                   12.0       12.00
Dolomite                 10.0       10.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 3.0        3.00

Comments:

From 4th Ed Electric Kiln Ceramics. Satin shiny glaze, soft yellow thick, tan
thin. Takes colorants well as a base.


Glaze name: Yellow Radasch

Cone: 03?
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Gloss
Transparency: Transparent
Color: Yellow
Date: 06/20/2006

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit P-626               12.5       12.50
Frit 3124                22.5       22.50
Gerstley borate          20.5       20.50
Spodumene                 9.0        9.00
Wollastonite              3.5        3.50
EPK                      15.0       15.00
Lithium carbonate         2.0        2.00
Nepheline syenite        10.0       10.00
Flint                     5.0        5.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

Add veegum 0.5%, CMC gum 0.3%, Naples Mason Stain 2%, Vanadium Mason Stain 4%


Glaze name: Yellow Straw

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Yellow
Visual texture: None
Date: 01/23/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   12.0       12.00
Kona F-4 feldspar        16.0       16.00
Frit 3124                22.0       22.00
Redart                   20.0       20.00
Gerstley borate          30.0       30.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Comments:

From Richard Zakin's "Electric Kiln Ceramics"


Glaze name: Yellow Straw no GB

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Yellow
Visual texture: None
Date: 01/23/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                    1.2        1.20
Custer feldspar          21.5       21.50
Frit F-15 Fusion         54.9       55.00
Kaolin - theoretical      1.9        1.90
Dolomite                  1.4        1.40
Whiting                  19.1       19.10
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.10

Comments:

From Richard Zakin's "Electric Kiln Ceramics"


Glaze name: Yellow Straw no GB3

Cone: 04
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Waxy
Transparency: Opaque
Color: Yellow
Visual texture: None
Date: 01/23/2009

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Silica                   17.0       17.00
Frit 3134                61.0       61.00
Kaolin - theoretical     21.0       21.00
Talc theoretical          1.0        1.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Red iron oxide            1.4        1.40

Comments:

From Richard Zakin's "Electric Kiln Ceramics"


Glaze name: Yellow Towle Gulf

Cone: 02
Firing: Oxidation
Surface texture: Matte
Transparency: Opaque
Color: rust to mustard
Date: 04/20/2015

Recipe: (Percent, Batch)

Frit 3124                35.0       35.00
Spodumene                21.0       21.00
Redart                   17.0       17.00
Custer feldspar          15.0       15.00
Dolomite                 12.0       12.00
                        -----    --------
Totals:                 100.0      100.00

Also add:

Tin oxide                 3.0        3.00

Comments:

From 4th Ed Electric Kiln Ceramics.Bright mustard thick, rust red thin.