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Magruder Red cone 6

Here is a really nice cone 6 Iron red. Don't have an image but trust me- it is nice!

If you get an image - send it to me and I will post it.

Magruder’s (Iron ) Red cone 6 oxidation
44.8 Kona F-4
12.3 Silica
18.2 Talc
16.1 Bone Ash
  4.3 EPK
  4.3 Lithium Carbonate

2. Bentonite
12.3 Synthetic Iron Oxide
I would like to try it out. Anyone already worked with this?

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Comment by Sylvia Shirley on February 21, 2012 at 3:48pm

Joan,

Thanks for all the information!  I love that article on iron oxide and can't wait to experiment with the glaze they have listed there.  

I haven't had a lot of time to explore this web site yet.  There seems to be a ton of good information.  I could get lost in here.  I will try to put up some photos of my work that are more appropriate than this thumbnail.  It's actually a cone 10 gas glaze.  I'll switch to one that's cone 6.

Sylvia

Comment by Joan Scott on February 21, 2012 at 3:34pm

Hi Sylvia,

I had never heard of synthetic iron before either. It is described here in a pdf by John Britt http://ceramicartsdaily.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/cmtechnofile...  Very interesting article and another description here http://www.potters.org/subject83623.htm/  and I am sure you can find other articles about iron. It really is interesting. And you must have read this article http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramic-glaze-recipes/glaze-chemistry-c...

You don't have any examples of your work. The one that is your photo is interesting but very small. How about uploading some pieces?

Joan

Comment by Sylvia Shirley on February 21, 2012 at 10:58am

Where do you get Synthetic Iron Oxide?  I've never heard of it.

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