Stephen Grimmer on sat 3 mar 01
Here's the bronze surface I mentioned. Enjoy.
Not to be used on food surfaces. Don't smoke cigarettes or drive drunk. Sit
up straight. Stop grinning. Don't you laugh at me.
50 Magnesium Carbonate
50 Neph Sy
2 Red Iron Oxide
Spray on copper carbonate.
Fire to Cone 10 R, then buff with some White Diamond on the wheel.
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
> One of our undergrads was playing around with some high copper/mangannese
>concoctions and found one that came from the kiln flat black, but turned a nice
>bronze after a moment on the buffing wheel. I'll ask him for the recipe
>I'd bet it leaches a bit of copper.
>Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
> From: mel jacobson
> mike norman, local minneapolis potter is looking for a
> saturated slip glaze that he can patina.
> he feels it may run more to a slip than a glaze.
> it probably has a great deal of copper in it.
> he will more than likely use an acid on it after firing.
> cone 10, reduction.