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Recipe To Mimic Commercial Glazes

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vks84    0

I recently bought a commercial glaze from the Georgie's line of Cone 6 glazes for oxidation. The name of the glaze was Terrazo. I have fallen in love with this glaze however, the commercial glaze is quite expensive to use on a regular basis (about $15 for a pint). Does anybody have a recipe that could mimic this glaze? Thanks in advance for any help!!

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Ben    7

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Is that it?

Is it satin or matt?

 

 

Looks like a base glaze with some granular addition for speckles.

Anybody have any ideas what one could add to their glazes to make dark speckles at cone 6?

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GEP    863

Granular Ilmenite will make those tiny dark speckles at cone 6 (not to be confused with Powdered Ilmenite).

 

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vks84    0

That is it! It is actually a glossy surface to the glaze and is foodsafe! This is one my favorite glazes currently. I made a 5 piece serving set using this glaze on the inside and mayco black walnut on the rim/outside.

 

pg618.jpg

 

 

Is that it?

Is it satin or matt?

 

 

Looks like a base glaze with some granular addition for speckles.

Anybody have any ideas what one could add to their glazes to make dark speckles at cone 6?

 

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