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  1. How did your further testing go?

    My father passed two weeks ago, and I want to use his ashes in trinket trays for the family.  Will also use them in some fused glass work.

    1. Denice

      Denice

      I am so sorry for your loss,  make sure you take the time to recover.  I hope you get the information you need to complete your trays for your family.   Denice

    2. glazenerd

      glazenerd

      Sorry to hear about your loss.

    3. oldlady

      oldlady

      so sorry to hear the bad news.  hope you are able to make something to remind you of him.  thinking of you.

  2. What Frit And/or Flux To Use?

    Will do. Thanks
  3. What Frit And/or Flux To Use?

    Also, would creating a dry mix of ash, flux, and frit work if it were sprinkled into a pot?
  4. My father passed away a few years ago and was cremated, and we've been holding onto the ashes since until I could use them in some ceramics. I'm finally in the process of making the pieces and I'm using some of the cremains in the glaze. I just completed my first round of testing and am wanting to just use the ash sprinkled on and letting it flux out as if it were in a wood firing. My test tile with just some of the ashes sprinkled on it was just about dead on as far as the color I was after, but it was crusty and didn't really flux out on its own. I was wondering what frits and/or fluxes I should add to the cremains to hell with this problem. I want to ensure that whatever is added doesn't alter the color. These are being fired under Δ10 reduction. Thanks for the input. Edit: I also need to know recommended percentages of added flux/frit
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