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Casebeer Black

Firing temperature : cone 10 | Surface texture : matte | Color : black | Atmosphere: Reduction

Published in "Glazes for Latex Resist" by Courtney Martin, in the Dec 2013 issue of Ceramics Monthly.


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I fired these glazes to cone 10 in my wood kiln, and add 4-8 pounds of salt. When I've fired these glazes in friends' kilns, I've found that they also like hotter and saltier atmospheres. These are all very stable and I don't have any trouble with them running.

I add Epsom salts to each of these glazes. I like the way it helps keep the glaze in suspension, and I feel like it makes the glaze stronger after it is on the pot and before it's fired. Without the Epsom salts, I find the glaze to be dusty and hard to paint wax over.

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