Monroe New Zealand PorcelainFiring temperature : Cone 6 | Color : white | Atmosphere: Oxidation Reduction
This clay is very vitreous and translucent. Begin by weighing out 17% water from your gross batch size and calculating the dry materials based on subtracting the water weight. Use an appropriate proportion of the weighed water to mix the Veegum T separately, and put the rest of the water in the clay mixer or incorporate it more slowly if mixing in a pug mill. Add dry ingredients from dense particles to light. You can also mix this recipe in a slurry form and dry out small batches of it on plaster to a workable consistency.
This recipe was shared by Jacob Monroe in the May 2021 issue of Ceramics Monthly.
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