Pamela Annarilli on mon 6 nov 06
I am looking for a amber celadon recipe that looks good on both
stoneware and porcelain. Any help with this would be wonderful!
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John Britt on mon 6 nov 06
Here is an Amber Celadon recipe from Dennis Tobin:
Amber celadon cone 10
30 Custer Feldspar
10 OM-4 Ball Clay
3 Gerstley Borate
7 Yellow Ochre
I have never used it. But I have more in my book, (at home), so I will
send some later if no one else does.
karen gringhuis on tue 7 nov 06
VC Amber Celadon C/10
Gerstley borate 3
Redart clay 29
Barnard clay 10
red iron oxide 2
Fairly dark. Wide firing range as I recall i.e. looks
good at C/6, too, so can stand cooler part of kiln.
Box 607 Alfred NY 14802
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sacredclay on sun 12 nov 06
Karen, you don't say if this is reduction or oxidation? say hello to
my alma mater for me! Kathryn in NC--- In firstname.lastname@example.org,
karen gringhuis wrote:
> P -
> VC Amber Celadon C/10
> Custer 19%
> Gerstley borate 3
> Dolomite 2
> Wollastonite 9
> Whiting 14
> Redart clay 29
> Barnard clay 10
> EPK 2
> Flint 10
> red iron oxide 2
> total 100%
> Fairly dark. Wide firing range as I recall i.e. looks
> good at C/6, too, so can stand cooler part of kiln.
> Karen Gringhuis
> KG Pottery
> Box 607 Alfred NY 14802
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