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Cone 6 - 7 Glaze Recipies

Cone 6 - 7 Glaze Recipies

Understanding Ceramic Oxides

Fired glazes are composed of oxide building blocks. Each of the oxides contributes different properties to the fired glaze and interacts with others in different ways. Understanding these gives you control.

Satin White Matte glaze, cone 6 (Richard Zakin). I've used this in the past but have no current images; will post photo when possible.

I've used this in the past but have no current images; will post photo when possible.

How to Re-Glaze a Piece

How to Re-Glaze a Piece

Scott Dooley's Glaze Recipe ^ 5    oxidation

How to Enhance Texture with One Versatile Glaze and Some Colorants

What are Glazes, How to Mix and Use Glazes

What are Glazes, How to Mix and Use Glazes

Creating a Non-Glaze Ceramic Slip or Engobe

It can be difficult to find an engobe that is drying and firing compatible with your body. It is better to understand, formulate and tune your own slip to your own body, glaze and process.

Floating Blue Glaze Recipe, Cone 6 oxidation | Ceramic Arts Daily

Floating Blue Glaze Recipe, Cone 6 oxidation

Fine Mess Pottery: Tension, Compression, and Thermal Expansion - Great resource for understanding Glaze fit

A variety of ills can be laid at the feet of glaze fit, or rather lack thereof. Glazes crawl or craze or shiver, or, if you're me, sometime.

Cone 6 oxidation, natural cooling

Cone 6 oxidation, natural cooling

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