Published in "High-Fire Glazes" by Bill Wilkey, in the May 2014 issue of Ceramics Monthly.
This glaze looks good in gas reduction, wood, and soda kilns and works well as a liner glaze. When cooled slowly, it can form micro crystals where thicker, which helps add more variation to surface textures. It tends to bleach out and turn yellow where the soda is concentrated. There is a happy medium thickness where it doesn't run too much even at a soft cone 11. Amber Celadon is adapted from John Britt's book, High Fire Glazes.
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