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  1. Hi I'm wondering if anybody has a recipe for a cone 10 reduction copper red glaze (I'm talking oxblood or peach bloom, NOT flambé) that flashes electric blue? I hear that if you use a feldspar based glaze and use a feldspar that is high in potassium and low in sodium (usually its the other way around) that the glaze will tend to have these blue flashes more. If you know a good recipe and have tried it yourself what cone does it work best around? I know that these glazes don't do best at cone 10 but rather around 8-9, but I still wanna hear your experience. Also, I like to do a quick oxid
  2. Hi everybody, Am Ahmad, a student from Oslo, Norway. I study Graphic art but am so interested in ceramics and I am pretty fascinated by Oxblood glaze. Last semester I produced a ceramic work that is 2.5 meter long, 1.6 high and weighs circa 1.5 ton in a shape of an ox. I want to glaze it with a deep red Oxblood but I never succeeded in finding one with less problems. My ceramic experience is not that rich yet so I would appreciate any help I get. I recently got a fine red color but the glaze ran off the sculpture and filled the oven. If anyone have any recommendation about a glaze that
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