Ravenscrag Cone 10R Silky White
|Modification Date||2012-07-23 11:43:00|
|Member of Group||RV10|
|Ravenscrag Slip||100.00||kg|| || |
|Talc||10.00||kg|| || |
|Tin Oxide||4.00||kg|| || |
| ||114.00 || |
NotesSilky matte reduction glazes depend on the volatility of the MgO melt phase that occurs at cone 10 to produce the pleasant-to-the-touch surface, and this glaze demonstrates that very well in both reduction and oxidation. You just need to add talc to Ravenscrag slip to get the effect (plus some tin to opacify the glaze). Adjust the talc to control the degree of the effect and the tin for the transparency of it. This glaze is a little more glossy than the GR10-G (and more variegated). You may like to try a zircon opacifier if the tin is too expensive.
Out Bound Links
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GR10-J - Ravenscrag Cone 10R Silky Magnesia Matte
2011-08-02 - This is the classic cone 10 reduction silky white ...
Ravenscrag Cone 10R White glaze GR10-G
GR10-G Ravenscrag white glaze at cone 10 oxidation
GR10-H Silky white Ravenscrag white cone 10R (contains 85 Ravenscrag, 10 talc, 4 Tin).
GR10-I Silky matte cone 10R (Ravenscrag 100, Talc 4, Tin Oxide 4).
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