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Robert Briscoe’s White Bisque Slip

Robert Briscoe’s White Bisque Slip

Firing temperature : cone 9-10 | Atmosphere: Oxidation/Neutral Reduction

Published in "Cone 10 Clay & Glazes" by Robert Briscoe, in the Oct 2015 issue of Ceramics Monthly.

High-fire slip to use on bisque ware. The image shown here is Robert Briscoe's White Bisque Slip underneath White Ash Glaze.

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Do not make substitutions for the Georgia Kaolin. Use in a half-and-half cream consistency applied in layers for a crackle surface. I use this slip to mask out iron in my stoneware and to change the glaze colors.

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