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Glase Number 11

Bottom Glaze is Blue Matt
Jayne Shatz Ceramics Monthly Sept 2005
One Dip

Top Glaze is Glossy Black
Jayne Shatz Ceramics Monthly Sept 2005
One Dip

Results
This is a favorite of mine.
Nice patterning glaze, Smooth, no pinholes
Has a very waxy feel
Glaze Number 12

Bottom Glaze is Orange Matt
Same as the above Blue Matt
used 10% Rutile for oxides.
One Dip

Top Glazes is Glossy Black
One Dip

Results
Nice orange matt
with Glossy Black nice blue
pattern.  Very similiar to
Number 11
Glaze Number 13

Bottom Glaze is Green Matt
This is Blue Matt, but with a sub
of 4% Copper Carb for the Cobalt
Carbonate.

Top Glaze is Glossy Black

Results has similiar pattern as
Blue Matt but with a nice green color.
Glaze Number 14

Bottom Glaze is Glossy Black
One Dip

Top Glaze is Coyotte Red Gold
One Dip

Results
Green breaking blue, nice
smooth, nice pattern
Glaze Number 15

Bottom Glaze is Glossy Black
One Dip

Top Glaze is Green Matt
One Dip

Results
Good smooth, green breaking blue
Glaze Number 16

Bottom Glaze is Glossy Black
One Dip

Top Glaze is Jade Green
One Dip

Results
Very nice smooth glaze
green breaking blue with patterns
No pinholes
Glaze Number 17

Chappells Floating Blue
1.5% Cobalt Carb
4% Rutile
2% Iron
Two Dips

Results
Some pinholes
Blue breaking brown with nice
varigation and patterns
Glaze Number 19

Chappell's Floating Blue
1% Cobalt Carb
4% Rutile
2% Iron

Results
Some pinholes, same as
Number 17
Glaze Number 20

Nutmeg Variation
original from Richard Bursh
subed kaolin with redart
used only 1/2% iron
everything else was the same
One Dip all the way down
Another Dip top 1"

Results
One of my favorite glazes
I have to sieve mine 3 or 4 times
or I get small sandy specks of some
kind which makes the glaze ruff.
Nice glaze,  the closest electric shino
you will find.  No commercial glaze
has matched it from my testing.  You
get lighter patterns where you brush it
on thicker.
These glazes were fired on Highwater Ellen Buff clay.
Cone 6 was at 9 o'clock.  Fired in 7 1/2 hours.