Nancy Rogers on wed 12 mar 97
Have recently switched from a community studio environment that provided
cone 6 glazes and firing to an at-home studio and cone 10.
Have NO experience with mixing my own glazes and am taking the leap.
Am hopeful that someone will be willing to share tried and true recipes for
glazes to be fired at cone 10 oxidation for the following colors: teal blue,
teal green, purple, lavender.
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Thanks, Nancy the Cracked Potter
Tony Hansen on thu 13 mar 97
Saw your note on clayart about cone 10 glaze.
> Am hopeful that someone will be willing to share tried and true recipes for
> glazes to be fired at cone 10 oxidation for the following colors: teal blue,
> teal green, purple, lavender.
You might find that the glaze recipes of others might be 'tried' but are
unlikely to be 'true', to work in your situation (fit your clays,
work in your kiln, get safe and non-toxic, be hard and strong, be
to use, etc). The best method is to develop your own, get one good
base recipe that you understand and change it to make any effect you
Check the web page at http://digitalfire.com/magic for information on
a book that will help you do this.
You can find a base recipe for cone 10 at
Have a nice day.
Tony Hansen, IMC - Get INSIGHT 5 beta or The Magic of Fire II at
http://digitalfire.com or http://www.ceramicsoftware.com