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Wollast-O-Matte Fara Shimbo Crystalline Glaze

Code: WM
Modification Date: 2008-08-06 12:28:17
Member of Group: Crystal

Matte textured crystalline glaze

MaterialAmountPercent
Custer Feldspar24.024.5%
Kona Feldspar21.021.4%
Zinc Oxide18.018.4%
Barium Carbonate18.018.4%
Wollastonite7.07.1%
Talc5.05.1%
Ferro Frit 32495.05.1%
 98.00  

Firing Schedule

Rate (C)Temp (C)Hold (Min)Step
10020001
20050002
500127003
999110004
10107505

Notes

This is essentially a raw glaze which gives small crystals on a very tactile surface. It accepts most colorants easily (with the exception of nickel and chrome) but does not appear to work well with more than 3% of any carbonate or 2% of any oxide in tests I've run so far.

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XML to Paste Into Insight

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By Tony Hansen




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