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"Here's a copy of that nutmeg glaze with the white satin over it as an accent. It's…"

June Perry replied Jun 6, 2016 to Getting a soda ash fired look with commercial glaze?

8 Jun 8, 2016
Reply by Pat

"Why not just make up a glaze. Here's a link to the nutmeg and other glaze which give…"

June Perry replied Jun 6, 2016 to Getting a soda ash fired look with commercial glaze?

8 Jun 8, 2016
Reply by Pat

"Since a picture is worth a thousand words, that 2nd tile from the left is the Carlt…"

June Perry replied Feb 6, 2013 to What is this glaze?

32 Nov 2, 2015
Reply by Brenda Outram

"Here's the late Ian Currie's recipe for a cone 6 matt glaze which mimics a tradition…"

June Perry replied Feb 6, 2013 to What is this glaze?

32 Nov 2, 2015
Reply by Brenda Outram

"Replacing the potspar with Neph sy will affect the firing range, because the Neph Sy…"

June Perry replied Feb 5, 2013 to What is this glaze?

32 Nov 2, 2015
Reply by Brenda Outram

"George, the results sheet I use for assessing tests has some of the following inform…"

June Perry replied Jan 20, 2013 to Online Glaze Recipe Database Project is Now Under Way

15 Jan 20, 2013
Reply by June Perry

"It looks like a typical copper, high barium carbonate matt. June "

June Perry replied Jan 20, 2013 to What is this glaze?

32 Nov 2, 2015
Reply by Brenda Outram

"Evelyn, check with your supplier. I suspect that if they only sell one type, that it…"

June Perry replied Jan 20, 2013 to Dark rutile v Rutile

12 Apr 17, 2013
Reply by Norm Stuart

"Randy, if you just copy and paste the photo into a program like Paint Shop Pro, you…"

June Perry replied Nov 29, 2011 to CORRECTED LIST AND NEW PHOTO OF CONE 6 TESTS

5 Apr 14, 2012
Reply by Darthe Hues

"I believe the dark rutile has a higher iron content.   If you're looking for a yello…"

June Perry replied Jul 20, 2011 to Dark rutile v Rutile

12 Apr 17, 2013
Reply by Norm Stuart

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