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My co-op studio is desperately seeking a glaze recipe for one of our favorites called "My Blue" that we had previously ordered through Glazemixer. It is a cone 6 oxidation glaze that is a beautiful opaque light blue that breaks dark brown over texture. If you or anyone you know is aware of this recipe, we would be ecstatic to be able to get more!
I've been reading past posts regarding the safety of using Barium Carbonate in a glaze. I understand the dangers to the potter while making the glaze, I use every precaution possible. Should I feel comfortable using it in mugs and dinnerware? My recipe calls for 9%... Thanks...
Because of the nature of sourdough, I want to be sure the clear, cone 6 glaze that I am using is safe. Following is the recipe --- Spodumene 35% SGP-1 (ball clay) - 12% Whiting - 17% Flint - 19% Ferro Frit 3134 - 17% Bentonite - 6% I hope someone can give me some insight on the safety of this glaze and a suggestion if you do not think it is safe. Thank you for your help.