Chūn glaze (Emanuel Cooper recipe) Really for cone 8-9, but I fire 10 – 11 with this glaze. Potash Feldspar 46 Dolomite 6 Zinc Oxide 6 Whiting 10 China Clay 2 Silica 30 Bentonite 1 This works well for me over a variety of tenmoko glazes or iron bearing slips.
bubble glaze technique - Dip entire piece in glaze color #1. In tall yogurt cup mix 1-2 inches of glaze #2 with one squirt liquid hand soap. Using a regular drinking straw, blow bubbles in the yogurt cup mixture until bubbles overflow and fall down one the pottery piece. Let glaze dry. Using flat hand lightly pop all the bubbles. Fire! You can also bubble on a third color if you'd like. by bettye
R626 Black with brown or blue dots. A very good glaze. Apply rather thick. Works well in oxidation an then gives a semi transparent to opaque glaze with a lot of blue. In reduction it gives a more opaque glaze. You can use it on white porcelain to dark brown stoneware clays. On brown clays it must be very thick to give blue patches. potash feldspar NR 38,57 whiting 5,71 barium carbonate 8,57 talc 2,86 ball clay 302 8,57 quartz 22,87 ilmenite 7,14 zinc oxide 5,71…
Oxidation Firing | ... in obtaining oil spot glazes is firing in an oxidation atmosphere
HAGIKOHIKI CHAWAN (Hagi Tea Bowl Covered with White Slip) TAMAMURA, Toyo (Hagi artist)