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  1. hi everybody, i'm a ceramic designer from michigan currently living in the netherlands. I would like to adapt one of Val Cushing's earthenware recipes to materials I can access in Europe. I think I have access to most of the chemicals expect for the Frit. Also I was wondering if there was an equivalent to EPK in Europe. E.P.K. (Plastic Kaolin) --- 10 Grolleg China Clay --- 20 Ball Clay --- 10 (Ferro) Frit # 3124 - 10 Talc - 10 Wollastonite - 10 Molochite - 30 + 2% Bentonite From what I gather so far the Molochite is pretty expensive from where I'm ordering it (Keramikos.nl) Cushing-LowFireClay.pdf
  2. I'm currently developing a white glaze for use at Cone 6, oxidation. (Yes, Pres, I did read your recent post!) I'm using a combination of Zircon and Tin to opacify, which gives an almost imperceptible bluish tinge to the white - something I very much like. In fact, I like Tin glazes altogether - but my wallet protests. I'm sure I've seen somewhere or other the idea of adding a tiny amount of a stain to a Zircon opacified glaze to go some way toward emulating the complexity of a snowy blue Tin glaze (and thus saving considerable expense). Has anyone tried this? If so, what stain did you try, and at what sort of percentage?
  3. Jroe

    Porcelain twist

    From the album: Jewels

  4. Jroe

    Blue and white squares

    From the album: Jewels

    Blue and white porcelain pieces as a necklace with matching ring
  5. rayaldridge

    White Buffalo Effigy Water Pipe

    From the album: newer work

    This is a one-piece water pipe in the form of an American Bison. The glaze is my standard white titania glaze.
  6. Gittit

    Ceramic Teapot

    From the album: Mad About Pottery

    Hand thrown stoneware pottery teapot and cups are made with a speckled clay. The are coated in a white glaze.

    © Gittit Rad-El

  7. Gittit

    Handmade Ceramic Plates

    From the album: Mad About Pottery

    Medium size plates are made with a beige speckled clay on a pottery wheel, I then coated the surface with a rustic white glaze and added a light touch to the rim with a brown glaze.

    © Gittit Rad-El

  8. rayaldridge

    Rose and white steampunk lizard pipe

    From the album: newer work

    This is an effigy pipe, in the form of a lizard with wheels and gears. The glaze is a silky white with a pooling of warmer colors along edges.
  9. rayaldridge

    Sake Set

    From the album: newer work

    This sake bottle and two cups are glazed with my silky white satin glaze, over a very pale blue and lavender slip, with faint pink veils of color. The warm coloration is more noticeable on the cups.
  10. rayaldridge

    Sake set

    From the album: newer work

    A sake set of white-glazed porcelain. A light spray of iron glaze helps to define the flutes carved into the forms.
  11. franaldea


    From the album: Our Workshop

  12. Brita

    White Glaze

    I am looking for a recipe for a white or light glaze. I will use it on dark clay, so I want an opaque glaze. Perhaps it should be an ash glaze. I want to burn at 1250C - cone 7 or 8. I just today got my new studio (for the first time in 15 years - hooray). Tomorrow I will order materials so a good answer is urgent - and very appreciated!
  13. I am looking for a white glaze that will blend well with a darker glaze, so that I can glaze 2/3 white and 2/3 dark, with middle section white over dark. I have some nice darks--red, purple, black, blue--but I'm glazing hundreds of plates and need that 1/3 plate division glaze pattern with one section white. thanks. Jennifer

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