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    Saturation Gold

    Several recent projects using Amoco's Saturation Gold, fired to a very hot cone 6 (oxidation), on a red-brown stoneware, which had been bisque fired to 06.
  2. Saturation Gold poured heavily onto red brown stoneware, fired to hot cone 6 oxidation. Where very thick, there is some cratering; mildly thick brings out the gold tones, and can lead to a wrinkly texture. Results are good for this sculptural piece, but if I use it on a dinner plate, will have to go more lightly with the glaze.
  3. As the glaze is more thickly applied, the gold tones surface; when heavy, the gold is almost a wrinkled texture.
  4. As the glaze is more thickly applied, the gold tones surface; when heavy, the gold is almost a wrinkled texture.
  5. HInts of gold, on an industrial-appearance matte pewter (?) color; very appealing result, smooth surface.
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