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Stain (green)

Greens (CrCa)

Color
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Bright transparent yellowish green.

Specific Gravity: 3.0-3.5
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Stability/Kiln Atmosphere
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Excellent at firing temperatures up to 1200 C with zinc oxide-free glazes having a high content of lime. Stable in moderately reducing conditions.

Compatibility
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Suitable for blending with chrome-cobalt blue-greens to produce bright emerald greens.

Cost
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Relatively low.

Note: This description is taken from information provided by Blythe Matthey and may or may not apply to stains of this family from other companies.

Suitable for use with zinc oxide-free glazes having a high content of lime, for firing at temperatures up to 1200 C. Zircon may be used as an opacifier; tin oxide is unsuitable.
Underglaze Color: Excellent for use under zinc oxide-free glazes, preferably having a high content of lime, for firing at temperatures up to 1200 C.

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By Tony Hansen

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