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Bryce’s White Slip

Bryce’s White Slip

Firing temperature : cone 11 | Surface texture : matte | Color : white | Atmosphere: Oxidation/Neutral Reduction

Published in "Bryce Brisco: The Art of Serving" by Yoko Sekino-Bove, in the Mar/Apr 2014 issue of  Pottery Making Illustrated.

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Bryce adjust the base recipe by adding varying amounts (between 2 and 10%) of Zircopax, Grolleg, feldspar, and/or silica to the bucket to change the opacity, whiteness, melt, and fit of the slip, respectively. This a a loose recipe for a bigportion, just like a home cooking recipe.

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