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  1. Please Help! I have been firing work in a cone ^10 reduction kiln and having problems with my satin black glaze, (see recipe below), coming out with a heavy 'orange peel' texture. Usually it happens on the inside of lidded items--while the outside is a beautiful smooth and metallic satin black. Recently it happened on the inside of a bunch of mugs-usual since it's not a closed form. And at times there is a 'flash' of the 'orange peel' texture on the outside of pieces. Also seems to be happening more often. See attached photo. I should mention that we are firing in a Larson fiber ki
  2. hello everybody! I have tried the Copper-chrome green glaze from Linda Bloomfield book "Colors in glaze" and had 2 problems that probably are connected one ti the other. Here the glaze receipe (cone 04) High alcaline frit 75 China clay 15 Flint 10 + copper oxide 1,5 + chromium oxide 0,4 I post some pictures to better understand, but basically, the pot came out of the kiln in good shape, but after 5 or 6 days small white stains appeared on the surface. Those stains disappear if washed with water, but reapper later. The other problem is that there is a kind of dirty ring
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