Marie Tedesco Folderman on mon 4 nov 02
I have made some very nice casseroles and would like a
very warm, beautiful brown...maybe with a little
red...like a chestnut colored glaze in a cone 6 ox.
Does anyone have a recipe to share?
I have used the cream of mushroom laze...very nice
glaze with movement...with abit of waterfall srayed on
the rims...very nice. I thought some nice brown
casseroles would compliment the other glaze
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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annsemple on mon 4 nov 02
.....would like a
very warm, beautiful brown...
Try the Raw sienna in Ron Roy and John Hesselberth's book.
It isn't chestnut, but it's warm, beautiful and feels wonderful.
Ann -in the south west regions of Vancouver Island off the coast of British
Columbia, Canada, surrounded by evergreens, clean air, two muddy messy
dogs and two demented cats.
Tjo62@AOL.COM on tue 5 nov 02
There is a glaze called Randy's Red. It is a beautiful glaze for cone 6 ox.
It should be in the glaze records here.
Sandy Cryer on tue 5 nov 02
try rustberry, very nice with a little red. apply kinda thickish. Cone 6
oxidation. Might check the archives, there may be a reformulation without
Nepheline syenite 18.2
Gerstley borate 9.1
Bone ash 9.1
Sandy Cryer in Arizona, where browns don't sell!!
Christena Schafale on tue 5 nov 02
I think you'll find it in the archives under the name "Berry Rust", not
At 04:20 AM 11/05/2002 -0500, you wrote:
>try rustberry, very nice with a little red. apply kinda thickish. Cone 6
>oxidation. Might check the archives, there may be a reformulation without
>Nepheline syenite 18.2
>Gerstley borate 9.1
>Bone ash 9.1
>Sandy Cryer in Arizona, where browns don't sell!!
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