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Mid Fire Glazes

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    Edouard’s Bleu marbré cendré (Mottled blue ash glaze)
    Cone 4
    Nepheline/Syenite
    Hardwood ash(washed)
    Silica
    Ball clay
    Gerstley borateBentonite
    Ultrox
    Cobalt oxide
    25%
    20%
    20%
    5%
    30%2%
    15%
    5%

    View an example of this glaze!
    Thank you to Edouard Bastarache
    for supplying glaze recipe and image.
    Edouard’s Brun veiné cendré (Mottled brown ash glaze)
    Cone 4

    Nepheline/Syenite
    Silica
    Hardwood ash (washed)
    Lithium carbonate
    Ferro Frit #3134
    Bentonite
    Sorelslag
    35%
    16%
    27%
    3%
    10%
    3%
    12%

    View an example of this glaze!
    Thank you to Edouard Bastarache
    for supplying glaze recipe and image.
    Steve’s Brilliant Ink Blue
    Cone 4
    Oxidation or Reduction

    Ferro Frit 3134
    Potash Feldspar
    Ball Clay
    Zinc Oxide (dense)
    Cobalt Carbonate
    Cobalt Oxide
    50.0
    20.0
    20.0
    10.0
    1.5
    1.5

     

    Translucent Clear Gloss
    Cone 4 – 5
    Oxidation

    Ferro Frit 4508
    Nephelene Syenite
    Ball Clay
    Tin Oxide
    60.0
    20.0
    20.0
    6.0

     

    Clear to Milky Crackle
    Cone 4 – 6
    Oxidation

    Lithium Carbonate (Toxic!)
    Gerstly Borate
    Zinc Oxide (calcined)
    Calcium Flouride
    Silica
    Bentonite
    25.0
    25.0
    5.0
    5.0
    25.0
    2.0

    Not suitable for tableware!
    Clear Satin Matt
    Cone 4 – 7
    Oxidation

    Ferro Frit 4508
    Potash Feldspar
    Ball Clay
    Magnesium Carbonate
    50.0
    20.0
    20.0
    10.0

     

    Smooth White Matt
    Cone 4 – 7
    Oxidation

    Ferro Frit 4616
    Nephelene Syenite
    Ball Clay
    60.0
    20.0
    20.0

     

    Clear Bright Gloss
    Cone 5
    Oxidation

    Gerstly Borate
    Silica
    Kaolin
    Potash Feldspar
    Bentonite
    51.0
    31.0
    16.0
    3.0
    1.0

     

    Helens Matt Textured Rust
    Cone 5
    Neutral Gas Atmosphere

    Potash Feldspar
    Nephelene Syenite
    Dolomite
    Kaolin
    Silica
    Barium Carbonate
    Copper Carbonate
    15
    20
    25
    5
    15
    5
    2

    Not suitable for tableware!

    Helens Satin Mottled Eucalyptus
    Cone 5
    Neutral Gas Atmosphere

    Nephelene Syenite
    Whiting
    Ball Clay
    Lithium Carbonate
    Silica
    Copper Carbonate
    40
    25
    25
    5
    5
    2

    Comment: Results in muddy color in electic kiln. Not suitable for tableware!

    Clear Gloss
    Cone 5 – 6
    Oxidation

    Nephelene Syenite
    Ferro Frit 4508
    Kaolin
    Silica
    40.0
    45.0
    10.0
    10.0

     

    Ababi’s Cone 6 Glazes

    FALLS CREEK SHINO ABABI.#6
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    Cone 6
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    FRIT 3134 40.00
    RED CLAY (GRT) 30.00
    Dolomite 5.00
    ULTROX 10.00
    Tin Oxide 5.00
    Red Iron Oxide 1.00

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    Seger Weight%
    KNO 0.287 7.20%
    CaO 0.606 12.54%
    MgO 0.107 1.59%
    Al2O3 0.194 7.30%
    B2O3 0.463 11.89%
    SiO2 2.291 50.83%
    ZrO2 0.190 8.64%
    K2O 0.052 1.82%
    Na2O 0.235 5.37%
    Al:Si 11.81
    Expan. 7.57
    ST 323.02

    You can try it with any red clay. This recipe substitutes a recipe with lithium carbonate.
    To get the yellow breaking brown I had to add 1 RIO. You might not need it if your local red clay has more than 7% Fe2O3. Use on buff clay body.

    SUPERCRAWL AVERAGE 4
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    Cone 6
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    Cryolite 15.00
    ULTROX 35.00
    BALL CLAY AK 9.00
    Magnesium Carb Light 11.00
    Nepheline Syenite 30.00
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    Seger Weight%
    KNO 0.551 12.59%
    CaO 0.013 0.26%
    MgO 0.436 6.21%
    Al2O3 0.430 15.47%
    SiO2 1.826 38.75%
    ZrO2 0.612 26.62%
    TiO2 0.004 0.10%
    K2O 0.047 1.56%
    Na2O 0.504 11.03%
    Al:Si 4.25
    Expan. 8.31
    ST 367.33
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    And

    SUPERCRAWL #6
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    Cone 6 1201 deg.C. –
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    Nepheline Syenite 10.00
    Magnesium Carb Light 3.66
    BALL CLAY AK 3.00
    Cryolite 25.00
    ULTROX 58.33

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    Seger Weight%
    KNO 0.813 14.17%
    CaO 0.005 0.08%
    MgO 0.181 2.03%
    Al2O3 0.373 10.57%
    SiO2 1.776 29.63%
    ZrO2 1.271 43.49%
    TiO2 0.001 0.03%
    K2O 0.020 0.51%
    Na2O 0.794 13.66%
    Al:Si 4.75
    Expan. 8.67
    ST 345.52

    Both recipes must be like “sour cream”. You better add CMC just before use, apply several times until the glaze crakles (i.e. before the firing). The CMC will help it to stay on the ware. As times passes you will learn how much or which of the two you prefare. I like #6

    PLASTIC TOUCH
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    Cone 6 1201 deg.C. –
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    STRONTIUM CARBONATE 23.00
    Bone Ash 4.00
    Dolomite 3.00
    NORFLOAT POTASH FELDSPAR 16.00 like G-200 not far from custer feldspar
    Calcium Carbonate 7.00 FRIT 3110 23.00 ENGLISH KAOLIN CC31 24.00 copper oxide 3.00 
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    Seger Weight%
    KNO 0.228 8.30%
    CaO 0.379 10.62%
    MgO 0.031 0.63%
    SrO 0.362 18.76%
    Al2O3 0.285 14.54%
    P2O5 0.030 2.13%
    B2O3 0.020 0.70%
    SiO2 1.475 44.32%
    K2O 0.077 3.64%
    Na2O 0.151 4.67%
    Al:Si 5.17
    Expan. 9.65
    ST 377.62
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    The glaze feels like touching plastic it is milky as clear and delicate turqouise.

    ABABI’S CONCRETE FOR ^6
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    Cone 6 1201 deg.C. –
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    Portland Cement 22.00
    Magnesium Carb Light 8.00
    Borax 15.00
    ENGLISH KAOLIN CC31 20.00
    SILICA 15.00
    Cryolite 20.00

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    Seger Weight%
    KNO 0.329 14.83%
    CaO 0.469 18.25%
    MgO 0.202 5.66%
    Al2O3 0.260 18.39%
    B2O3 0.075 3.64%
    SiO2 0.941 39.24%
    K2O 0.030 1.98%
    Na2O 0.299 12.85%
    Al:Si 3.62
    Expan. 11.55
    ST 363.58
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    A kind of silky clear mottled glaze ( the fluor in the cryolite has a mottling efect) While firing the fluor fumes are not healthy! Make as much as you need for one session. Looks different thin or thick!

     

    Clear Gloss
    Cone 6
    Oxidation

    Gerstly Borate
    Silica
    Kaolin
    Whiting
    Bentonite
    49.5
    32.0
    16.0
    1.5
    1.0

     

    Clear Gloss
    Cone 6
    Oxidation

    Nephelene Syenite
    Magnesium Carbonate
    Zinc Oxide
    Kaolin
    Silica
    Bentonite
    35.5
    14.6
    11.9
    2.4
    35.6
    1.0

     

    Clear Gloss
    Cone 6
    Oxidation

    Nephelene Syenite
    Gerstly Borate
    Silica
    Kaolin
    Bentonite
    46.2
    28.0
    20.4
    5.4
    1.0

     

    Clear Gloss
    Cone 6
    Oxidation

    Volcanic Ash
    Ferro Frit 3134
    Koalin
    Bentonite
    63.7
    27.3
    9.0
    1.0

     

    Helens Satin Brilliant Blue
    Cone 6-7
    Neutral Gas Atmosphere

    Potash Feldspar
    Nephelene Syenite
    Zinx Oxide
    Silica
    Barium Carbonate
    Cobalt Oxide
    15
    20
    20
    5
    40
    0.7

    Not suitable for tableware!
    Translucent Clear
    Cone 6 – 7
    Oxidation

    Potash Felspar
    Calcite
    Silica
    Ball Clay
    Ferro Frit 4508
    Barium Carbonate (Toxic!)
    25.0
    20.0
    35.0
    25.0
    20.0
    10.0

    Not suitable for tableware!

    Clear Crackle
    Cone 6
    Oxidation

    Volcanic Ash
    Ferro Frit 3134
    Kaolin
    Kaolin (calcined)
    Bentonite
    52.5
    28.0
    5.3
    4.0
    2.0

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