Shine Chisholm
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Slipcast molds available for sale through eBay

Started Apr 12, 2014 0 Replies

Hi guys,A recently deceased relative left several ceramic slipcast molds, most of which were stored in handmade wooden boxes for the past 35 years.About half of them suited my tastes and preferences,…Continue

Tags: supply, mold, slipcast, eBay

Gerstley Borate / Kona F4 Feldspar and substitutions

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shine Chisholm Dec 28, 2012. 5 Replies

I just started making my own glazes again this year. Before that, it had been about ten years. At that time, Gerstley Borate and Kona F4 Feldspar were still being mined.Many recipes still call for…Continue

Tags: feldspar, minspar, substitions, f4, kona

What is this glaze?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brenda Outram Nov 2, 2015. 32 Replies

does anyone have any idea what this beautiful glaze is? I love how it interacts with the clay body.…Continue

Pinterest

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shine Chisholm Oct 31, 2012. 6 Replies

I've been enjoying looking at ceramics on Pinterest, and I'm curious who has a board. I do. It's http://pinterest.com/delicion/I would love to follow you.…Continue

 

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What is your experience with ceramics in general. (Long answer encouraged)
amateur, professional
What is your current involvement with electric fired ceramics? (long answer encouraged)
I work out of my home studio and sell both online and at Detroit Eastern Market. I use a Cress Electric kiln, firing bisque to cone 10 and glaze to cone 6. I use porcelain for thrown objects, such as bowls, mugs, and plates. I use stoneware for tiles and buttons.
All our content is viewable by the public. Why do you want to be a member, when you can already see everything as a non-member?
My search was for Cone 6 recipes. I am looking forward to being able to interact with other ceramists.
Where do you work on your ceramics projects?
home studio
Do you have your own, or participate in other ceramics Websites:
http://thedelicion.com
How did you find this network?
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At 3:10pm on September 27, 2012, Joe Shaw said…

I'm pleased to meet you!

At 11:48am on July 3, 2012, Jennifer Porah said…

Hey thanks for commenting on my bowl work. The glaze that's on that work is a crystal glaze, and no, there wasn't recycled glass added. It just happened to be the way the glaze pooled in the middle. It takes a few years to understand how to get it so the glaze doesn't oxide and look funky.

This glaze is rather complex. It involves all aspects of ceramics. The clay body needs to be porcelain, as the glaze is far more brilliant on this clay body. The kiln firing plays a huge role into how this glaze develops. The way you apply it, is another major factor, because this glaze runs. Every where.

The glaze recipe for you, if you wish to work with it:
Ferro Frit 3110
Zinc Oxide
 Kaolin
Silica
Lihium Carbonate
and a colorant of your choosing.

 
 
 

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