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glazes for reduction testsed in oxidation

updated tue 8 aug 00


Alisa and Claus Clausen on mon 7 aug 00

Dear Clayart,=20
I would like to clarify that I am aware that some of the newly tested =
glazes I posted are intended for glaze 6 reduction.
The majority of them were posted my Marcia Selsor. =20

It is my purpose to see what they do in oxidation.

Because I had such good results with Hal's Pale Apple cone 7-10 =
reduction in cone 6 oxidation, I found Marcia's list a cornucopia of =
temptation. Often as it is, receipes designated for cone this, =
atmosphere that, can be flexible, with varying results, but results that =
may be of use. I am not recommending trying to see what happens to an =
04 glaze or eathernware body at cone 9! unless you need to redecorate =
with new kiln furniture.

These receipes are knowingly tested in oxidation to see what happens!

Marcia told me that there are people using them with great success in =
oxidation and I want to see first hand what can be acheived.

If someone wants to post their results of the same receipes in Redux. it =
would be interesting to compare results.

Best regards,
Alisa in Denmark.