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Ravenscrag Cone 10R Silky Talc Matte

Code: GR10-C
Modification Date: 2019-05-26 09:56:08
Member of Group: RV10

Just Ravenscrag Slip plus 10% talc produces a visually variegated surface that feels silky and looks stunning!

MaterialAmount
Ravenscrag Slip Raw45.0
Ravenscrag Slip 1000F Roast45.0
Talc10.0
 100.00  

Notes

This glaze is more silky (less matte) than the GR10-J glaze, it is more beautiful visually and to the touch than a photo can convey. It works well on both buff and dark stonewares and even porcelain. It would also be an excellent base for the addition of a zircon opacifier and of colors.

For mixing instructions please see the notes for the base GR10-A recipe.

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By Tony Hansen




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