Talbott on sat 23 aug 97
If you have a specific firing schedule for copper reds which typically
produces good results then please post the schedule to the list.... It
would be interesting to see what factors these schedules have in common...
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Timothy Dean Malm on tue 26 aug 97
In "The Potter's Odyssey" by Willard Spence, Sunstone Press (1995) there
is a fair amount of info covering the nature and firing of Cu reds. I
found this book at my local library.
Where it's raining.