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Lava glaze test   Marilee’s Lava Glaze	Cone 6, oxidation or reduction Glaze Material	 Whiting	23.91% Custer Feldspar	49.73% Edgar Plastic Kaolin (EPK)	13.18% Silica (Flint)	13.18% Total:	100.00% Add:	 Titanium Dioxide	11.29% Silicon Carbide	3.4%

Lava glaze test Marilee’s Lava Glaze Cone oxidation or reduction Glaze Material Whiting Custer Feldspar Edgar Plastic Kaolin (EPK) Silica (Flint) Total: Add: Titanium Dioxide Silicon Carbide

Metallic glaze test tile, cone 6. Stephen Murfitt recipe ||  manganese dioxide 61, China clay 23, copper oxide 8, cobalt oxide 8. Firing range 1240-1260 C.

Metallic glaze test tile, cone Stephen Murfitt recipe Pam, we gotta try this!

Clay Club: May 2010. More glaze recipes in site.

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Ceramic glazes form crystals on cooling if the chemistry is right and the rate of cool is slow enough to permit molecular movement to the preferred orientation.

Glazeitorium Lua Luster Shino: Neph Sye 53 EPK 25 Silica 10 Whiting 2 Soda Ash 5 Lithium Carb 5 Tin Oxide 2 Bentonite 2

Glazeitorium In order of tiles 570 Stoneware Soda (Black and White Slip) Porcelain Electric Porcelain Soda (Black Slip) Lua Luster Shino Neph Sye 53 EPK 25 Silica 10 Whiting 2 Soda Ash 5 Lithium Carb 5 Tin Oxide 2 Bentonite 2

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.