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Cone 10R Base White Engobe

Code: L3954H
Modification Date: 2018-05-14 23:37:24

Coming soon.

Notes

Coming soon. We are working on stained versions (red, black). Different recipes will be need for the porcelains and stonewares (to match fired shrinkage).

G1947U vs. Ravenscrag Silky Matte on L3954J black engobe

G1947U vs. Ravenscrag Silky Matte on L3954J black engobe

Fired at cone 10R. Clay is Plainsman H450.

Two G2571A Bamboo color versions at cone 10R

Two G2571A Bamboo color versions at cone 10R

These mugs are Plainsman H450. Both have a black engobe (L3954J) applied to the insides and half way down the outside during leather hard stage (the insides are glazed with Ravenscrag silky matte and G1947U over the black engobe). The bamboo glazes can thus be seen over the black (upper half) and lover the raw buff body (lower). The bamboo glaze on the left has 1% iron added to the base G2571A recipe. The one on the right has 3.5% rutile and 10% zircopax added.

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