The secret to cool bodies and glazes is alot of testing. But how will you be able to learn from that testing without a good place to store the recipes? Document the successes and failures? Do it in your account at https://insight-live.com.

Ravenscrag Cone 6 Raspberry Glossy

Code: GR6-E
Modification Date: 2019-03-13 15:00:37
Member of Group: RV6

A chrome-tin burgundy glaze using the Ravenscrag cone 6 base recipe.

MaterialAmountPercent
Ravenscrag Slip70.064.8%
Ferro Frit 313420.018.5%
Whiting10.09.3%
Additions
Tin Oxide7.56.9%
Chrome Oxide0.50.5%
 108.00  

Firing Schedule

Rate (F)Temp (F)Hold (Min)Step
100220601
300173302
1082195153
1502095304

Notes

Chrome-tin (either from the raw materials or a stain) pink and red glazes can be difficult to achieve and keep consistent at cone 6. In ceramics, red is perhaps the most difficult and most expensive color in ceramics. The chemistry of the host glaze has to be sympathetic to the color development, the chrome and tin require high calcium, zero zinc and low boron (if the chemistry is wrong the color will likely be grey). Glazes that do work in this system are normally highly fritted, and as such are more expensive and difficult to work with. However this Ravenscrag base has beautiful working properties, you can do multiple layers and it has all the other benefits imparted by a high Ravenscrag Slip content. However, keep in mind that red is red, it is difficult; test this first on different kinds of clay to determine if is is suitable for you. Again, remember that tin is expensive, it may be better to use a pink or maroon chrome-tin based stain instead (although they are not much lower in price).

Medium to medium thick application is best. Breaks clear around edges to highlight irregularities in the surface. On darker bodies the red color is darker. Slow cooling can matte the surface.

For mixing instructions please see the master recipe, GR6-A.

Out Bound Links

In Bound Links

XML to Paste Into Insight

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<recipes version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8">
<recipe name="Ravenscrag Cone 6 Raspberry Glossy" keywords="A chrome-tin burgundy glaze using the Ravenscrag cone 6 base recipe." id="78" date="2019-03-13" codenum="GR6-E">
<recipelines>
<recipeline material="Ravenscrag Slip" amount="70.000" unitabbr="kg" conversion="1.0000" added="0"/>
<recipeline material="Ferro Frit 3134" amount="20.000" unitabbr="kg" conversion="1.0000" added="0"/>
<recipeline material="Whiting" amount="10.000" unitabbr="kg" conversion="1.0000" added="0"/>
<recipeline material="Tin Oxide" amount="7.500" unitabbr="kg" conversion="1.0000" added="1"/>
<recipeline material="Chrome Oxide" amount="0.500" unitabbr="kg" conversion="1.0000" added="1"/>
<url url="https://digitalfire.com/4sight/recipes/ravenscrag_cone_6_raspberry_glossy_78.html" descrip="Recipe page at digitalfire.com"/>
</recipelines>
<urls/>
</recipe>
</recipes>


By Tony Hansen




Feedback, Suggestions

Your email address

Subject

Your Name

Message


Copyright 2003, 2008, 2015 https://digitalfire.com, All Rights Reserved