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#1 naghmeh

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Posted 11 July 2010 - 10:00 AM

hi guys
i heard that we make pink color glaze whit chromium.
who knows how and what should do?


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Posted 11 July 2010 - 10:13 AM

to start you use tin in the base and chrome as the colorant. Go to Clayart archives, MCG and also Digital fire website has a good experiments description. If you read that, you should be able to formulate a pink glaze to your clay and temperature range. I have seen chrome reds as low as ^09 and pinks as high as ^10.

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Posted 12 July 2010 - 04:35 AM

hi guys
i heard that we make pink color glaze whit chromium.
who knows how and what should do?


or - type "chrome tin pink" and "chrome tin red" into google search engine.

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Posted 13 July 2010 - 06:14 AM

chrome tin pink or red is one of the fun things possible in cone 6 electric or oxidation - one classic recipe is:
>Chrome /tin cone 6 (red/burgundy)
>Gerstley Borate 21
>Neph sy 16
>Kaolin 11
>whiting 20
>Silica 32
>
>Tin 5
>Chrome ox. .15 (yes point15)

>ron can you recalculate without GB or with sub


the tin of 5.0 and chrome of 0.15 is typical


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hi guys
i heard that we make pink color glaze whit chromium.
who knows how and what should do?


or - type "chrome tin pink" and "chrome tin red" into google search engine.

-h-






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Stone House Studio, Alexandria, Virginia

americanpotter.blogspot.com
thesuddenschool.blogspot.com

#5 hansen

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Posted 13 July 2010 - 06:16 AM

p.s. gillespie borate is a workable substitute for gerstley borate

[quote name='hansen' date='13 July 2010 - 06:14 AM' timestamp='1279019699' post='1487']
chrome tin pink or red is one of the fun things possible in cone 6 electric or oxidation - one classic recipe is:




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