Garth Meyer - Glaze recipes and photos

These are some of the glazes I have used over the years and pictures of results. Important note: South African ingredients and clays. You will have to test with your own ingredients, clays and kilns. Use at your own risk! Test glazes for food safety.
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Adam celadon, cone 10R, white porcelainous clay

Adam celadon, cone 10R, white porcelainous clay

Warning:  This is an extremely tricky glaze - it must be put on quite thin, otherwise the pot will come out black;  do a trial first!  NOT FOODSAFE!  I always use a white liner on functional ware with this glaze.

Warning: This is an extremely tricky glaze - it must be put on quite thin, otherwise the pot will come out black; do a trial first! NOT FOODSAFE! I always use a white liner on functional ware with this glaze.

Joe's Green, cone 10R, whitish stoneware - I'm not sure, but I think it goes red where it catches a bit of flame

Joe's Green, cone whitish stoneware - I'm not sure, but I think it goes red where it catches a bit of flame

Adam celadon, cone 10R, white porcelainous clay

Adam celadon, cone 10R, white porcelainous clay

Joe's Green, cone 10R, whitish stoneware

Joe's Green, cone 10R, whitish stoneware

Glaze, Enamel

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