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Lilly Brewer Flashing Slip

Lilly Brewer Flashing Slip

Firing temperature : cone 10-11 | Surface texture : glossy | Color : clear | Atmosphere: Reduction

Published in "High-Fire Glazes" by Bill Wilkey, in the May 2014 issue of Ceramics Monthly.


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Instructions

This slip has a lot of different faces. With lots of soda and heavy reduction, the titanium can trap carbon, giving darker blushes. It even looks good when lightly reduced yielding warm tans, oranges, and yellows. Apply it thin so it doesn't completely mask surface detail.

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