Jim's Titanium Flashing SlipFiring temperature : cone 10-11 | Surface texture : satin | Color : amber | Atmosphere: Reduction Salt Soda
This is a flashing slip used for the salt/soda kiln.
After wadding the gallery, I place the lid on the pot and the whole piece on a bat. I spray a medium thickness of flashing slip evenly over the entire exterior. I let it dry on the bat until it is ready to load into the kiln. The soda vapors or wood ash create a glaze when they land on a piece during the firings, adding nuances of color and texture.
This recipe was shared by Arylnn Nobel in the May/June 2021 issue of Pottery Making Illustrated.
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