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Recipe  Material	Amount	Units	+/-	*Stat  Wollastonite	27.00	g	 	   Frit 3124	36.00	g	 	   EPK	35.00	g	 	   Silica	5.00	g	 	    	103.00	   Firing Schedule  Rate (C)	Temp (C)	Hold (Min)	Step  55	104	120	1  167	482	0	2  83	593	0	3  167	945	0	4  60	1185	20	5  278	1035	0	6  83	816	0	7

Recipe Material Amount Units +/- *Stat Wollastonite g Frit 3124 g EPK g Silica g Firing Schedule Rate (C) Temp (C) Hold (Min) Step 55 104 120 1 167 482 0 2 83 593 0 3 167 945 0 4 60 1185 20 5 278 1035 0 6 83 816 0 7

Category: Glaze, Shino, Author: Tara Hagen, Notes: Via Tara Hagen's Glazeitorium http://glazeitorium.blogspot.com/

In order of tiles 570 Stoneware Soda (Black and White Slip) Porcelain Electric Porcelain Soda (Black Slip) Nick’s Misfire Neph.

Here is a grey glaze from Bill Sanders who lives in Colorado. Perfect Grey               cone 10 R             Potash spar               ...

Here is a grey glaze from Bill Sanders who lives in Colorado. Perfect Grey cone 10 R Potash spar 55 Whiting 25 EPK 10 Glomax 10 add: Cobalt carb Nickel carb Rutile breaks brown where thin

If so, you know the Waterfall "base" recipe for this glaze. To make the green, I've added 12% Copper Carb and 1% Rutile.

Waterfall Green Glaze Jamie Yocono Mastering Glazes- Waterfall "base" recipe for this glaze. Add Copper Carb and Rutile.post also includes blue variations

Haynes with Rutile	  Nepheline Syenite	45  Silica	30  Whiting	8  Dolomite	10  Talc	7  100  Rutile	5

Cone 10 Haynes with Rutile Nepheline Syenite 45 Silica 30 Whiting 8 Dolomite 10 Talc 7 100 Rutile 5

Glazy.org recipe Val Cushing V.C. BLACK SATIN MATT (variation)

Category: Glaze, Black, Author: Derek Au, Notes: A variation of Val Cushing's Black Satin, found in Ceramics Arts Daily

Jeannie's Purple Semigloss C/6  Neph Syenite	0.18  Frit 3134	0.14  Whiting	0.2  OM#4 Ball Clay	0.18  Silica	0.3  Chromium Oxide	0.002  Tin Oxide	0.038  Cobalt Carbonate	0.006

Western Pennsylvania Potters Community: Cone 6 Oxidation results Group 2 Jeannie's Purple Semigloss Neph Syenite Frit 3134 Whiting OM Ball Clay Silica Chromium Oxide Tin Oxide Cobalt Carbonate

Recipe Name: Lana Purple nr. 2  Cone: 6 Color:   Firing: Oxidation Surface: Semimatte  Amount Ingredient  27.2 Feldspar--Custer  8.2 Frit--Ferro 3134  31.8 Silica  2 Bentonite  11.7 Whiting  14 Nepheline Syenite  3.5 Lithium Carbonate  1.6 Magnesium Carbonate  100 Total

Category: Glaze, Matte, Magnesium Matte, Author: Jayne Bunting, Notes: Recipe taken from John Britt's excellent book 'The Complete Guide to Mid-Range Firing' This is a Magnesium Matte Glaze

Category: Glaze, Iron, Oil Spot, Author: kenneth ibbett, Notes: derivative of Daly's oil spot from Carleen Devine. The photo shows a porcelain bowl fired at 1250 with a small soak and down cooled at 120degrees c /hour. Size of magnetite spots depends on thickness of glaze. Specific gravity needs to be 150.

oil spot glaze recipe cone 6 Oxidation Glaze- Black, semi glossy Rather thick or it will be no spots. with one hour at the top temperature. Albany slip (the real thing) petalite ochre red ferric oxide

Electric Blue, Cone 6!  A truer blue than Turquoise Matte. Requires slow cooling to get this color. It is a little more stable than Turquoise Matte in the lemon slice test.

Electric Blue, Cone A truer blue than Turquoise Matte. Requires slow cooling to get this color. It is a little more stable than Turquoise Matte in the lemon slice test.

Metallic glaze test tile, cone 6. Stephen Murfitt recipe ||  manganese dioxide 61, China clay 23, copper oxide 8, cobalt oxide 8. Firing range 1240-1260 C.

Metallic glaze test tile, cone Stephen Murfitt recipe Pam, we gotta try this!

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