William Q Hynes on wed 20 may 98
Hi Clayarters!! I have a question for you electric kilners out there: a
friend of mine just recently began using an electric kiln, but she needs a
leadless white recipe. I was wondering if any of you out there would be
kind enough to e-mail me a recipe or two? She and I would deeply
appreciate your help!
Adam J Bessell on fri 22 may 98
Here's a couple from Alfred University-
V.C. Majolica c. o4 V.C. Satin Majolica
frit3124 34.00 frit3124 39
frit3195 23.00 frit3195
frit3134 23.00 talc
Nepheline Syeinate 16.00 EPK 8
E.P.K(kaolin) 2.00 flint
Bentonite 2.00 +10%
kona F-4 spar 17.14
#6 Tile clay 10.62
nepheline syenite 6.29
On Wed, 20 May 1998 22:39:08 EDT William Q Hynes
>Hi Clayarters!! I have a question for you electric kilners out there:
>friend of mine just recently began using an electric kiln, but she
>leadless white recipe. I was wondering if any of you out there would
>kind enough to e-mail me a recipe or two? She and I would deeply
>appreciate your help!
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Judith Enright on fri 22 may 98
Since the topic is glazes, I've got a situation....
I'm working on an order for a tile table-top. The customer wants to incorporate
the design and glaze elements of the Arts and Crafts style. The design is
My research indicates that pottery of this period was probably mid-to-high fired
in reduction in gas kilns. The tile samples I've seen appear to be made from
I work in oxidation, in an electric kiln, in a pretty wide range (^04 to ^10).
Can anyone recommend a good clay to use for my purpose, along with a source of
recipes (suggestions will do just fine, too) which can mimic the distinctive,
earthy-toned colors (browns, red-browns, cream, yellow-whites, blues, greens) of
Any and all words of wisdom are, of course, welcome. Please respond to Clayart
or to BLeopard@ricochet.net.
Thanks! and have a great Memorial Day Weekend. We're going to brave the lines
and (hopefully) get in to see Godzilla!
Judith Enright @ Black Leopard Clayware