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by Gertrude and Otto Natzler $8500.   internationally known for their collaborative pottery from 1933–1971.

by Gertrude and Otto Natzler $8500. internationally known for their collaborative pottery from 1933–1971.

crystal glaze ceramics - Google Search

crystal glaze ceramics - Google Search

used SCM and Randy's Red. I sprayed the SCM on the interior of the bowl and then I dipped the bowl in Randy's Red w/ Spanish RIO. I like to swirl some slip in the bowl right after it's thrown to get some interesting glaze…" Randy's Red: Silica	29.70	kg	 	 Kaolin	5.00	kg	 	 F-4 Feldspar	19.80	kg	 	 Talc	13.90	kg	 	 Gerstley Borate	31.70	kg	 	 Red Iron Oxide	15.00	kg	 	 Bentonite	2.00	kg	 	 	117.10

used SCM and Randy's Red. I sprayed the SCM on the interior of the bowl and then I dipped the bowl in Randy's Red w/ Spanish RIO. I like to swirl some slip in the bowl right after it's thrown to get some interesting glaze…" Randy's Red: Silica 29.70 kg Kaolin 5.00 kg F-4 Feldspar 19.80 kg Talc 13.90 kg Gerstley Borate 31.70 kg Red Iron Oxide 15.00 kg Bentonite 2.00 kg 117.10

Category: Glaze, Specialty, Crater, Author: kenneth ibbett, Notes: This is a base recipe for Volcanic glazes given to me by my teacher Akiko Hirai. She recommends using it on stoneware with a black slip underneath but it responds well to other additives ie 2-3% copper oxide turns it turquoise and on porcelain it looks like coral encrustations.

Category: Glaze, Specialty, Crater, Author: kenneth ibbett, Notes: This is a base recipe for Volcanic glazes given to me by my teacher Akiko Hirai. She recommends using it on stoneware with a black slip underneath but it responds well to other additives ie 2-3% copper oxide turns it turquoise and on porcelain it looks like coral encrustations.

146  146	Satin Matt Cone 6 Lt. Blue-Green GA23	      Neph Syenite	0.418  Gillespie Borate	0.104  EPK	0.125  Whiting	0.104  Lithium Carb	0.062  Silica	0.125  Titanium Dioxide	0.062  Cobalt Carb	0.01

146 146 Satin Matt Cone 6 Lt. Blue-Green GA23 Neph Syenite 0.418 Gillespie Borate 0.104 EPK 0.125 Whiting 0.104 Lithium Carb 0.062 Silica 0.125 Titanium Dioxide 0.062 Cobalt Carb 0.01

Category: Glaze, Iron, Author: Clara Giorello, Notes: Vinod Chettur revision from a classic glaze (VC mate 71). Brown yellowish, breaks brown. Satin matte. I use to fire it at a hot cone 5, with slow cooling cycle: 2 hours from peak temperature to 850°Celcius.

Category: Glaze, Iron, Author: Clara Giorello, Notes: Vinod Chettur revision from a classic glaze (VC mate 71). Brown yellowish, breaks brown. Satin matte. I use to fire it at a hot cone 5, with slow cooling cycle: 2 hours from peak temperature to 850°Celcius.

36	Blue Green cone 6 	  Gillespie Borate 	0.22  Strontium Carbonate 	0.04  Whiting	0.11  Custer Feldspar 	0.38  Flint	0.25  Cobalt Carbonate 	0.005  Chrome Oxide 	0.01  Bentonite	0.02

36 Blue Green cone 6 Gillespie Borate 0.22 Strontium Carbonate 0.04 Whiting 0.11 Custer Feldspar 0.38 Flint 0.25 Cobalt Carbonate 0.005 Chrome Oxide 0.01 Bentonite 0.02

Juicy Turquoise C-6 ox Cornwall stone 41% Silica 16.5% Strontium Carbonate 12.5% OM4 ball clay 10% Whiting 10% EPK 5% Lithium Carbonate 5%   Colorants: Copper Oxide 2.5% Tin oxide 4.5% Bentonite 2%

Juicy Turquoise C-6 ox Cornwall stone 41% Silica 16.5% Strontium Carbonate 12.5% OM4 ball clay 10% Whiting 10% EPK 5% Lithium Carbonate 5% Colorants: Copper Oxide 2.5% Tin oxide 4.5% Bentonite 2%

Category: Glaze, Specialty, Author: Jenny Wolfer, Notes: From John Britt's "The Complete Guide to Mid-Range Glazes," page 177

Category: Glaze, Specialty, Author: Jenny Wolfer, Notes: From John Britt's "The Complete Guide to Mid-Range Glazes," page 177