I have been trying to find a good picture on the internet of the glaze I want. I'm inserting a link to a photo.
For those of you that are not familiar with Instagram, it is like the crack of visual reference. If you want to look at pictures of pottery, people making pottery, using pottery, it is all there.
This is the color I am trying to get to. So I want to make some pots with a red stoneware, dipped in white stoneware slip, and with a honey yellow glaze. Going for a earthenware tin glazed slipware look. I am assuming this is possible. Just having trouble finding a yellow glaze anywhere close enough to start with. I would really appreciate any direction that can be provided. I have already tested several glazes. None near what I am trying for. Also, I have tested my white stoneware slip over the red stoneware clay. That looks good to go. For anyone interested in this type of work, learning to coat the red stoneware in the white slip after being made was a tough learning curve. Lots of cracked, broken, collapsed work. Pots must be the right level of dryness and slip cant be to watery. Making the slip is work intensive also. I have it down now and am paying my kids to do it. Putting it through a screen manually just takes a lot of time.
Any help is greatly appreciated.