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http://glazy.org/recipes/export/3155?type=Card

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PAR . cerâmica . design: série . feito à mão

PAR . cerâmica . design: série . feito à mão

Boquillas

Boquillas

mixing mason stains into slip to make colored slip for pottery deco, update mix small amount of water into stain before adding to slip

mixing mason stains into slip to make colored slip for pottery deco, update mix small amount of water into stain before adding to slip

PARTI VICKE LINDSTRAND Lergods, Ekeby, 4 delar.  3 vaser, en oval ask med lock. Olika blå glasyrer. Höjd 9-16 cm

PARTI VICKE LINDSTRAND Lergods, Ekeby, 4 delar. 3 vaser, en oval ask med lock. Olika blå glasyrer. Höjd 9-16 cm

Noga med glasyr - Glasyrer/glasering - Keramik iFokus. Fylelera med vit engobe under för att få stuns i glasyern. Bra tips!

Noga med glasyr - Glasyrer/glasering - Keramik iFokus. Fylelera med vit engobe under för att få stuns i glasyern. Bra tips!

Single stroke pottery design  By : ( @tom_kemp_ ) #creative_instaarts

Single stroke pottery design By : ( @tom_kemp_ ) #creative_instaarts

A popular crystal glaze based on zinc and lithium. Too thick it will run a lot. Spray the glaze thinner near the bottom of the pot. 1260oC with 3/4 to one hour at the top temperature. Does not need a slow cooling. Also try with 2% stannic oxide. http://www.stoneware.net/stoneware/glasyrer/recept/crystal/6713-58.htm

A popular crystal glaze based on zinc and lithium. Too thick it will run a lot. Spray the glaze thinner near the bottom of the pot. 1260oC with 3/4 to one hour at the top temperature. Does not need a slow cooling. Also try with 2% stannic oxide. http://www.stoneware.net/stoneware/glasyrer/recept/crystal/6713-58.htm

Category: Glaze, Turquoise, Author: Lasse Östman, Notes: A very loved dark turquoise blue glaze. If too thick it will run and be very dry and not good. Works best on very fine porcelain clays. I use a French clay from Limoges. 1260-1280oC with one hour at top temperature. http://www.stoneware.net/stoneware/glasyrer/recept/otherox/g627.htm

Category: Glaze, Turquoise, Author: Lasse Östman, Notes: A very loved dark turquoise blue glaze. If too thick it will run and be very dry and not good. Works best on very fine porcelain clays. I use a French clay from Limoges. 1260-1280oC with one hour at top temperature. http://www.stoneware.net/stoneware/glasyrer/recept/otherox/g627.htm

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Ahh I LOVE these so much!

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