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Cone 6 Crystal Glaze

Code: G2902B
Modification Date: 2012-12-05 09:08:04

MaterialAmountPercent
Zinc Oxide25.024.3%
Dolomite5.04.9%
Ferro Frit 311051.049.5%
Silica19.018.4%
Lithium Carbonate3.02.9%
 103.00  

Firing Schedule

Rate (C)Temp (C)Hold (Min)Step
1763721
39810932
6512103
39810934
39810375

Notes

This is from an article at http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramic-glaze-recipes/glaze-chemistry-ceramic-glaze-recipes-2/cone-6-crystalline-glazes-the-secrets-to-developing-crystals-at-mid-range/

We have tested this using both calcined and raw zinc and it works well with either one.

Out Bound Links

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By Tony Hansen




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