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yellow glaze

Marcia Selsor
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This is a glaze posted on 12/4 /10 in response to a request for a yellow buttercup , not mustard glaze

Marci’s Matt ^6 Reduction

 

EPKaolin 1150 23

 

Dolomite 1000 25

 

Neph Syenite 1900 38

 

Silica 900 18

 

Whiting 200 4

 

Gerstley Borate 500 10

 

Variables:

 

Blue 1% Cobalt Carb

 

LightGreen1.5%Nickel Carb + 1.5%RedIron Oxide

 

Gray 2.5% Rutile +1.5% Nickel Carb

 

Warm Blue 1% 1% Cobalt Carb+ 5% Manganse Di

 

Tan 6% Manganese Di. +2.5 Red Iron Ox +1%

 

Rutile OR try using only 5% Rutile as a colorant

 

 

 

 

This particular example has 4% vanadium stain, 4% Rutile and 3% zircopax. To brighten it up , reduce the zircopax

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Do not use Vanadium on surfaces with contact with food. It is toxic. This glaze is very easy to manipulate color. For a food safe buttery yellow , eliminate the vanadium increase the rutile, reduce the zircopax to a lower %

 

 

Marcia

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