Katarzyna Stefaniak

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Western Pennsylvania Potters Community  http://wpapotters.blogspot.com/2012/04/links-to-cone-6-oxidation-glaze-tests.html  http://www.wpapotters.blogspot.com/2010/11/cone-6-oxidation-results-group-1.html

I got this recipe from the Internet and used my local materials. Seems to be stable, although I would be careful to use it for food

fired in a cone 6 electric kiln on white stoneware D.K. 11 4 revised Custer feldspar 62.0 Whiting 14.0 Zinc Oxide 6.0 Talc 8.0 EPK 10.o  Cop...

Glazeitorium: Cone 6 ired in a cone 6 electric kiln on white stoneware D. 11 4 revised Custer feldspar Whiting Zinc Oxide Talc EPK Copper carb 3 Note: May not be food safe. Recipe called for Zircopax but it was not added.

Laura'sTurquoise matte Whiting 29.7 FFF feldspar 25.5 Kaolin 32.6 Silica 10.2 Cu carb 2.98 Rutile 2.75 Co carb 0.23 Bentonite 2 Fired 1246 C ox, G&S 254 clay.

Laura'sTurquoise matte Whiting FFF feldspar Kaolin Silica Cu carb Rutile Co carb Bentonite 2 Fired 1246 C ox, G&S 254 clay.

70 Potash feldspar (Norflux), 5 Albany Slip (or other equal - not critical), 20 Manganese dioxide, 5 copper oxide. Glaze 2 (about 25%): 30 Potash feldspar, 26 Manganese dioxide, 40 Albany Slip, 2 copper oxide, 2 cobalt oxide. Firing: Electric: 1270-80 with 15-30 min soak + 0-60min soak at 1050-1100. Good even in reduction. Most clays work good. Low viscosity, so be aware to make the glaze thin near bottom. Vansbro Stengods / Lasse Östman

70 Potash feldspar (Norflux), 5 Albany Slip (or other equal - not critical),