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Black Matte Cone 6 Glaze

“Does this come in blue?” Probably every potter who has worked an art fair or festival has been asked this question at one time or another. So, many potter

Steven Hill ^6 Glaze Recipes and firing cycles to emulate large kiln condition in regular electric kilns.

Ceramic Arts Daily – Glazing and Firing Techniques Atmospheric-like Effects in an Electric Kiln

Though it might sound like a fancy coffee drink, mocha diffusion is a little-known technique of ceramic surface decoration developed and used in the southwest of England. Through a reaction between acid and alkali, intricate veined patterns reminiscent of trees or ferns are created in this process.   A while back, we posted an excerpt... Read More »

Though it might sound like a fancy coffee drink, mocha diffusion is a little-known technique of ceramic surface decoration developed and used in the southw

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Recoloring a Classic: Trying New Colorants in a Classic Pottery Glaze Recipe Can Lead to Some Great Results - Ceramic Arts Network

Ceramic Arts Daily – Glazing and Firing Techniques Atmospheric-like Effects in an Electric Kiln

Ceramic Arts Daily – Glazing and Firing Techniques Atmospheric-like Effects in an Electric Kiln

Mario's RUTHLESS Artwork: Cone 5-6 glaze recipes Interesting sounding luster glazes about half way down the page.

Mario's RUTHLESS Artwork: Cone glaze recipes Interesting sounding luster glazes about half way down the page.

Warm Jade Green ^6

In ceramics, finding the perfect glaze for your work is only part of the challenge. If the application is sloppy, it will show in the finished glazed piece

In ceramics, finding the perfect glaze for your work is only part of the challenge. If the application is sloppy, it will show in the finished glazed piece!   So in today’s post, Frank James Fisher shares some handy tips to make sure your glaze goes on right. He also shares recipes for three cone 6 glazes... Read More »

In ceramics, finding the perfect glaze for your work is only part of the challenge. If the application is sloppy, it will show in the finished glazed piece

Raspberry and Cranberry - ^6 -John Hesselberth and Ron Roy

Technofile: Demystifying Chrome Oxide for Fantastic Ceramic Glaze Color - Ceramic Arts Network