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^6 Red Glaze with 6006 Deep Crimson

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This is using 10% deep crimson Mason stain in a glaze altered by Ron Roy for Sue Hintz

Version#2 ^6 OXIDATION

Cornwall Stone 33.5

G200 22

Whiting 18

Ger. Borate 10

EPK 5.5

Silica 11

Bentonite 2

 

Deep Crimson 10%

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Compared to the deep crimson color swash on the Mason site, it looks like there's quite a bit of fading.

 

mason colors

 

Are there any better alternatives or techniques?

Just increase the percentage to get the color you want. It is not fading. It may not be as intense due to the percentage used.

That photo was taken the day after it was fired. It is the same color today after 5 years. Maybe what you think is fading is the reflection of the sun or where it is breaking on the rim and high spots. It is on porcelain.

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