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Old February 8th 07, 05:18 AM posted to rec.crafts.pottery
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Hi. Does anyone have a ^6 yellow glaze recipe -- something similar to a ^10
yellow salt? Thanks in advance. Rick


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Old February 8th 07, 07:39 PM posted to rec.crafts.pottery
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Default ^6 Yellow glaze recipe?

In response to this same question I was sent this glaze. I have not however
had time to try it. (for oxidation cone 6)

Butterscotch
honey
glossy

3110 Frit 20
Dolomite 20
Spodumene - Foote 20
Ball Clay - Old Mine #4 20
Silica 20

Titanium Dioxide 10
Rutile 6


This is in my files but again it is untested.

golden yellow
semi-matt
6


Fire Clay--A.P. Green 64.35
Whiting 18.93
Kaolin--EPK 3.15
Clay--Albany Slip 5.68
Rutile 7.89
Iron Oxide--Red 6.31



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Hi. Does anyone have a ^6 yellow glaze recipe -- something similar to a
^10 yellow salt? Thanks in advance. Rick



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Old February 9th 07, 01:35 AM posted to rec.crafts.pottery
5string
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Default ^6 Yellow glaze recipe?

DKat --- thanks. I'll take a look at it and maybe give it a try. Rick


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In response to this same question I was sent this glaze. I have not
however had time to try it. (for oxidation cone 6)

Butterscotch
honey
glossy

3110 Frit 20
Dolomite 20
Spodumene - Foote 20
Ball Clay - Old Mine #4 20
Silica 20

Titanium Dioxide 10
Rutile 6


This is in my files but again it is untested.

golden yellow
semi-matt
6


Fire Clay--A.P. Green 64.35
Whiting 18.93
Kaolin--EPK 3.15
Clay--Albany Slip 5.68
Rutile 7.89
Iron Oxide--Red 6.31



"5string" wrote in message
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Hi. Does anyone have a ^6 yellow glaze recipe -- something similar to a
^10 yellow salt? Thanks in advance. Rick






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Old February 9th 07, 08:46 PM posted to rec.crafts.pottery
anna
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Default ^6 Yellow glaze recipe?

On Feb 8, 7:35 pm, "5string" wrote:
DKat --- thanks. I'll take a look at it and maybe give it a try. Rick

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In response to this same question I was sent this glaze. I have not
however had time to try it. (for oxidation cone 6)


Butterscotch
honey
glossy


3110 Frit 20
Dolomite 20
Spodumene - Foote 20
Ball Clay - Old Mine #4 20
Silica 20


Titanium Dioxide 10
Rutile 6


This is in my files but again it is untested.


golden yellow
semi-matt
6


Fire Clay--A.P. Green 64.35
Whiting 18.93
Kaolin--EPK 3.15
Clay--Albany Slip 5.68
Rutile 7.89
Iron Oxide--Red 6.31


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Hi. Does anyone have a ^6 yellow glaze recipe -- something similar to a
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I'm very curious as to how these turn out, as I also have been
searching for a pretty cone 6 yellow (though i tend to prefer lighter,
matte yellow). Let us know how these work for you!

 




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