Helena Mellberg

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Western Pennsylvania Potters Community: Cone 6 Oxidation Results Group 4 Xavier’s Jade Green 	  	 	  	Talc 	0.09  	Whiting 	0.16  	Custer Potash Feldspar  	0.4  	Frit 3124 	0.09  	EPK 	0.1  	Silica 	0.16  	Copper Carb 	0.03  	Rutile 	0.06

Western Pennsylvania Potters Community: Cone 6 Oxidation Results Group 4 Xavier’s Jade Green Talc Whiting Custer Potash Feldspar Frit 3124 EPK Silica Copper Carb Rutile

Western Pennsylvania Potters Community: Cone 6 Oxidation Results Group 4 Blue Hare’s Fur Cone 6 	  	 	  	Nepheline Synite  	0.45  	Gillespie Borate 	0.26  	Silica 	0.19  	EPK 	0.05  	Red Iron Oxide 	0.02  	Cobalt Oxide 	0.01  	Rutile 	0.01  	Bentonite 	0.01

Western Pennsylvania Potters Community: Cone 6 Oxidation Results Group 4 Blue Hare’s Fur Cone 6 Nepheline Synite Gillespie Borate Silica EPK Red Iron Oxide Cobalt Oxide Rutile Bentonite

High Fire 9-11 Silica 35 China Clay 10 Gerstley Borate 9 Nepheline syenite 18.5 Whiting 20 Dolomite 10 Bentonite 2 + Tin oxide 5 Chromium oxide 0.5

These are glazes that I find useful for my work, and I will keep adding to the list as time permits, and as I discover more. Some glazes ar.

Example of Floating Blue Based on Mastering Cone 6 Glazes Glossy Base #1:  G-200 20% Frit 3134 20 Wollastonite 10 Epk 20 talc 11.5 flint 18.5 plus 1% cobalt 6% rutile .5 Iron Ox

Jeffrey Huebner: Cone 6 Glaze: mystery floating blue glaze that everyone was…

Glazeitorium Pepper Gray:  Custer Feldspar 30 EPK 27 Flint 21 Talc 11 Whiting 11 Rutile 5 Zinc 5

In order of tiles 570 Stoneware Soda (Black and White Slip) Porcelain Electric Porcelain Soda (Black Slip) Pepper Gray Custer Feldspar.

Ljuslykta i kavlad porslin

Ljuslykta i kavlad porslin

A Plethora of Purple: Glaze Recipes for Earthenware, Stoneware and Porcelain

A Plethora of Purple: Glaze Recipes for Earthenware, Stoneware and Porcelain - Ceramic Arts Network

Cone 6-8 glazes for porcelain.

Ceramic Arts Daily – A Plethora of Purple: Glaze Recipes for Earthenware, Stoneware and Porcelain

Lemon Frost Matte Cone: 6 Color: Pale Yellow Firing: Oxidation Surface: Matte 60 Nepheline Syenite 20 Strontium Carbonate 1 Lithium Carbonate 10 Ball Clay--Old Mine #4 9 Silica 100 Total Additives 5 Titanium Dioxide 10 Cerdec Degussa Yellow Stain 2 Bentonite The base of this glaze was developed by Pete Pinnell, (Pinnell's Strontium Matte).

Joe Shaw Recipe Name: Lemon Frost Matte Cone: 6 Color: Pale Yellow Firing: Oxidation Surface: Matte Amount Ingredient 60 Nepheline Syenite 20 Stront.

Alisa Clausen; Recipe Name: Rutile Matt; Cone: 6; Firing: Oxidation Surface: Matte; Amount Ingredient: 20 Whiting, 56 Nepheline Syenite, 18 Kaolin--EPK, 6 Silica, 100 Total; Add: 7 Rutile, 9 Zinc Oxide; https://www.flickr.com/photos/glazes/1087224388/in/set-72157602049172454

Recipe Name: Rutile Mat Cone: 6 Color: Firing: Oxidation Surface: Matte Amount Ingredient 20 Whiting 56 Nepheline Syenite 18 Kaolin--EPK 6 Silica 100 Total Additives 7 Rutile 9 Zinc Oxide Unity Oxide MgO CaO Total 0 .

Bronze Green Matt glaze C/6                  Lithium Carb               1%    Strontium Carb           20%    Neph Syenite              60%    Ball Clay                     10%    Silica                           9%    Titanium Dioxide        5%    Copper carb                 5%

(Compare this to Weathered Green): Bronze Green Matt glaze Lithium Carb Strontium Carb Neph Syenite Ball Clay Silica Titanium Dioxide Copper carb

Table Salt Texturing Technique... Roll clay in coarse salt, then once the clay is hard, just rinse the salt off!

Table Salt Texturing Technique… Roll clay in coarse salt, then once the clay is hard, just rinse the salt off! Table Salt Texturing Technique… Roll clay in coarse salt, then…

The advice that Brit McDaniel of Paper & Clay Studio gave in this interview is so valuable

The advice that Brit McDaniel of Paper & Clay Studio gave in this interview is so valuable. Artsy ceramic mug

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