June Perry's The glaze is as follows: 21 Gerstley Borate 16 Nepheline syenite 11 China Clay 20 Whiting 32 Silica 5 Tin oxide 0.15 Chromium oxide

Cone 21 Gerstley Borate 16 Nepheline syenite 11 China Clay 20 Whiting 32 Silica 5 Tin oxide Chromium oxide LOVE this color!

Rick Malmgren  |  "Five Reasons to Convert Cone 10 Reduction Glazes to Cone 6: A Potter Shares His Rationale and His Recipes" (Ceramic Arts Daily).

Five Reasons to Convert Cone 10 Reduction Glazes to Cone A Potter Shares His Rationale and His Recipes - Ceramic Arts Network

15 Low fire glaze recipes from the pros. Recipe cards for low-fire pottery gazes. www.ceramicartsdaily.com

15 Low fire glaze recipes from the pros. Recipe cards for low-fire pottery…

As listed in John Britt's High Fire Glazes  Also see http://glazy.org/recipes/364

Category: Glaze, Author: Ceramic Recipes, Notes: Purple to red if applied thin. Andrea Xenidis added to Ceramic Recipes

Chrome oxide glazes by John Britt

Technofile: Demystifying Chrome Oxide for Fantastic Ceramic Glaze Color - Ceramic Arts Network

Pete's Weathered Bronze (Green) - Electric Cone 6 & Other Ways w/ Clay

Pete's Weathered Bronze (Green) - Electric Cone 6 & Other Ways w/ Clay. 60 Nepheline Syenite 20 Strontium Carbonate 1 Lithium Carbonate 10 Ball Clay--Old Mine 9 Silica Additives 5 Copper Carbonate 5 Titanium Dioxide

cone 6 glaze recipe - Laura's Turquoise 36.7 Whiting 22.94 Custer Feldspar 29.36 Kaolin 9.17 Flint 1.83 Bentonite colorant: 2.98 Copper Carbonate 2.75 Rutile .23 Cobalt Carbonate

Laura's Turquoise Whiting Custer Feldspar Kaolin Flint Bentonite colorant: Copper Carbonate Rutile Cobalt Carbonate Posted by Tracey Broome at PMTracey Broome : More cone 6 test results

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