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Very good article about firing to achieve cone 6 reds in oxidation.  Sankey Iron Red Custer feldspar 44g silica 16.5g bone ash 14g red iron oxide 11g EPK 10.5g talc 10g lithium carbonate 3 Bentonite 2g

Iron Glazes and Achieving Red Color in Oxidation - Electric Cone 6 & Other Ways w/ Clay. Excellent article with in-depth testing and results.

Great example of Crawling (which is characterized by bare, unglazed areas on fired ceramic ware alternating with thickened glazed areas. Usually caused by surface tension in the molten glaze pulling it away from areas of grase or dust)

gorgeous reticulated glaze (i. crawling glaze on a goblet-shaped vessel by Robin Hopper [Lichens and Lizards and Leopards, Oh My! Reticulated Glaze Recipes For Wild Ceramic Surfaces]

Category: Glaze, Blue, Author: John Post, Notes: This glaze comes from John Post @ http://www.johnpost.us/ http://www.macomb.k12.mi.us/utica/burr/art/JohnPost-2014/glaze-recipe-pdfs/Post's-Floating-Blue.pdf

A nice blue glaze John Post developed. It reminds me of a popular glaze called floating blue.

Varigated Blue and Eggshell glaze with Waterfall Brown around top and handle. Glazes are from Ron Roy and Hesselberths Mastering cone 6 glazes.

Varigated Blue and Eggshell glaze with Waterfall Brown around top and handle. Glazes are from Ron Roy and Hesselberths Mastering cone 6 glazes.

base glaze: 40 Potash Feldspar, 20 Whiting, 25 China Clay and 15 Flint. for black: 4% Nickel Oxide, 4% Red Iron Oxide, 2% Cobalt Carbonate

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Dove Street Pottery base glaze: 40 Potash Feldspar, 20 Whiting, 25 China Clay and 15 Flint. for black: Nickel Oxide, Red Iron Oxide, Cobalt Carbonate

Click on the image to get to a page full of my glaze recipes.  Cone 6 Electric Kiln Glaze Recipes - Formulas - John Post

Jenʼs Juicy Fruit with red iron oxide is on the upper half of this pot. An iron red glaze is on the bottom.

Metallic Tomato Red Cone 6:    Frit 3134     10,97    Spodumene  11,78    Bone ash  7,88    Carbonate magnesium  6,29    Whiting  7,88    EPK  21,56    Silica  21,66    Bentonite  2    Red Iron Oxide  9,98    Total 100    And as you can see no stain!    This is a cone 6 glaze and i fire it in my electric kiln!

OP: Metallic Tomato Red Frit 3134 Spodumene Bone ash Carbonate magnesium Whiting EPK Silica Bentonite 2 Red Iron Oxide Total 100 And as you can see no stain! This is a cone 6 glaze and i fire it in my electric kiln!

FetishGhost's Secret Studio: Cone 6 SDSU Texture & Crawl Glaze

Here is a real cone 6 gem. Magnesium Carbonate Nepheline Syenite Kentucky Ball Clay This is the basic recipe of the cr.

Chūn glaze (Emanuel Cooper recipe) Really for cone 8-9, but I fire 10 – 11 with this glaze.    Potash Feldspar 46  Dolomite 6  Zinc Oxide 6  Whiting 10  China Clay 2  Silica 30  Bentonite 1    This works well for me over a variety of tenmoko glazes or iron bearing slips.

Chūn glaze (Emanuel Cooper recipe) Really for cone but I fire 10 – 11 with this glaze. Potash Feldspar 46 Dolomite 6 Zinc Oxide 6 Whiting 10 China Clay 2 Silica 30 Bentonite 1 This works well for me over a variety of tenmoko glazes or iron bearing slips.

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Purple can be made by adding a sm amt of cobalt to a chrome-pink tin glaze, or adding manganese and cobalt to alkaline glaze. Cobalt turns lavender-blue in magnesium glazes (containing talc or dolomite), and an intense purple-blue can be obtained in high-cobalt barium matt glazes. Purple can also be obtained from copper oxide in barium matt earthenware glazes. Manganese dioxide will produce plum purples, particularly with cobalt in high-alkaline, low-alumina glazes.

Purple can be made by adding a small amount of cobalt to a chrome-pink tin glaze, or by addin.

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