Potters & Sculptors - Making Rock from Mud
I found that I had a 2013 glazechem database.There are hundreds of recipes. I extracted the recipes for you folk. The files were so large that this software would not accept even one of them as attachments. So, I put them on google drive. The links to download these .html files are below. Your browser should let you view them.
Thanks, Lawrence. One thing people should understand, is that there are many thousand recipes out there, online. I would rather see two extensively documented recipes (photos on different clays, thickness info, known issues and solutions, firing suggestions, etc.) than two hundred bare recipes.
Actually, Now that I've looked at some of the mid-fire recipes you posted, the batch is better documented than most of the recipe lists that I have found over the years, but still totally lacks any the photo documentation that we are capable of handling here, and on the Insight-live glaze database.
If you follow the links to Lawrence's recipe files, you have to scroll down quite a distance to get to the actual recipes. The first few pages are filled with list formatting code for database records (recipes). (Please correct me if that is incorrect.)
Thank you Lawrence for posting this recipes, I found many mid range older formulations that I was looking for. Going to test quiet a few. Elena
Please also post your test results to www.glazy.org