Here are the two glaze recipes I would like to share.
Just a friendly reminder!! Cone 6 glazes react to work-heat ratio slightly different from the cone 10 glazes. A different firing program could change how the glaze turned out from firing. Always run some tests on smaller pieces before you use them on your “real” works.
I fired my works in Cone Art kiln (have I ever mentioned that Cone Art is my favorite kiln since I was working for the porcelain company in Taiwan : ) with fast glaze program and hold at cone 6 for 20 minutes.
I got most of cone 6 glazes from Sawtooth School for the Visual Art, Winston-Salem, NC, where I am teaching an intermediate/ advance wheel-throwing class.
Gerstly Borate 17.9%
F-4 Feldspar 46.8%
Red Iron Oxide 12%
Bone Ash 12%
Crocus Martis 6.2%
Strontium Carbonate 3.3%
Frit 3134 30.6%
Red Iron Oxide 6%
Tin Oxide 5%
|my glaze logs recorded how I applied and fired each glaze|
|glazed the whole piece in Orange Street and then dipped around 1/3 of the piece in Creamy Rust|
|when Creamy Rust is over Orange Street, it tend to run|