Modification Date: 2015-10-30 05:23:46
A classic recipe from David Shaner. It is a brilliant highly variegated blue.
|Iron Oxide Red||2.0||1.9%|
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This glaze has its own page at www.gerstleyborate.com
This is a good example of a glaze that works well using Boraq 2 as a substitute for Gerstley Borate.
Out Bound Links
Details how to substitute Gerstley Borate for another boron source in the popular Floating Blue glaze recipe. The lesson demonstrates that the most practical way to deal with the GB issue is on a glaz...
In Bound Links
Inspite of the fact it is very fickle, the floating blue cone 6 glaze is a good example of a recipe that displays many different kinds of variegation. Gerstley borate is one of the main reasons for its properties.
A discussion by Jonathan Kaplan on dealing the with fickle nature of this glaze
By Tony Hansen+