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Although bright colors have become just as easy to achieve at cone six as they are at cone 06, Gail Kendall still prefers the low fire approach, inspired by the casual decorative style of peasantware from Europe and Great Britain.   In today’s post, Gail explains her techniques for creating simple and beautiful slip-decorated surfaces.... Read More »

Although bright colors have become just as easy to achieve at cone six as they are at cone Gail Kendall still prefers the low fire approach, inspired b

Bill van Gilder crocus martis red - cone 6 NC Soda Feldspar (I’ve used F-4 or Minspar) 46.7 Talc 16.9 Bone Ash 15.0 Silica 11.4 EPK 4.0 Lithium Carbonate 4.0 Bentonite 2.0 Total 100 Crocus Martis 8.5 Red Iron Oxide 3.0

must be slow cooled Bill van Gilder crocus martis red - cone 6 NC Soda Feldspar (I’ve used or Minspar) Talc Bone Ash Silica EPK Lithium Carbonate Bentonite Total 100 Crocus Martis Red Iron Oxide

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Glaze That Glitters: A Little Experimentation Leads to Some Nice Low Fire Crystal Glazes - Ceramic Arts Network