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Cone 6 Transparent Base

Code: G1214W
Modification Date: 2015-12-07 14:48:11

A cone 6 base clear glaze recipe developed by deriving a recipe from a formula taken as an average of limit formulas

MaterialAmount
Wollastonite10.0
Frit 313425.0
EP Kaolin25.0
Silica25.0
F-4 Feldspar15.0
 100.00  

Firing Schedule

Rate (F)Temp (F)Hold (Min)Step
100220601
300173302
1082175153
1502075304

Notes

More information is available in the articles section at the Digitalfire Reference Database.

G1214W dark blue glaze from Lilly Ann Hume

G1214W light blue from Lilly Ann Hume

G1214W light green glaze from Lilly Ann Hume

G1214W pastel orange glaze from Lilly Ann Hume

G1214W tangerine glaze from Lilly Ann Hume

How do black, red and yellow iron additions compare in a glaze?

How do black, red and yellow iron additions compare in a glaze?

Example of 5% black iron oxide (left), red iron oxide (center) and yellow iron oxide (right) added to G1214W glaze, sieved to 100 mesh and fired to cone 8. The black is slightly darker, the yellow has no color? Do you know why?

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