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  1. Hi everyone I am the tech at a small studio and introduced a Zakin clear (cone6) to them as a new clear glaze. They had been using Ron Meyers recipe and wanted something they could dip. It seem to be working just fine until a studio member put it over a slip colored with Raven Black mason stain. It changed from black to a rusty chocolate brown. Has anyone else run into this issue? Any advice or ideas would be great. Thanks! Slip recipe: Raven Black mason stain porcelain sodium sicate soda ash Zakin clear: Silica 18 kona F4 40 wollastonite 10 Gerstley borate 16 OM4 12 Zinc 4
  2. Has anyone tried coloring gray stoneware with mason stains? I've used mason stains in cone 10 porcelain and it's been great, but I'm wondering if cone 10 stoneware is colorable too? I can of course test this out, but if someone else has done it that's of course a lot less time consuming! Of course the coloring won't be as bright as porcelain no matter what, but I'm more worried about the shrinkage rate changing possibly if I decided to use a colored stoneware with my regular stoneware.
  3. Hummingbird Dish

    From the album 2014 Featured Artist Pieces

    This large oval shallow dish or deep tray. The hummingbird and gazebo image is done with a Mason Transfer method from a design of my own. The front of the dish is painted in Amaco White LUG, Then the Mason Transfer is applied, bisque fired and then glazed in Amaco Zinc Free Clear and the back is glazed in Coyote Baby Blue.

    © Terry Buffington


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