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Coleman’s Porcelain (Revised)

Coleman's Porcelain (Revised)

Firing temperature : cone 10-11 | Color : white | Atmosphere: Reduction

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Ingredients

Instructions

Also add 1 tsp of CMC gum per 220-pound batch.

Mix bentonite separately, and mix other materials in order from dense to light particles. Mahavir feldspar is a replacement for G200 feldspar.

This is a vitreous, translucent clay body that is excellent all around and has great green strength. This clay body begins to slump and warp from cone 11–12.

Add 0.3% Darvan 7 to the slurry to create a casting slip.

This recipe was shared by Jacob Monroe in the May 2021 issue of Ceramics Monthly.

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