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It adds some silica into the melt, and causes localized reduction within the melt. The outgassing can cause a lot of bubbles in the glaze, and it can be used decoratively for "crater glazes".

 

best,

 

.................john

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Here is a glaze from the Ceramic Arts Daily e-book "10 tried and true low -fire glaze recipes" It fires at cones 08-04.

 

 

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It adds some silica into the melt, and causes localized reduction within the melt. The outgassing can cause a lot of bubbles in the glaze, and it can be used decoratively for "crater glazes".

 

best,

 

.................john

 

 

 

thank you very much

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