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Limestone Glaze

Limestone Glaze

Firing temperature : cone 10 | Surface texture : glossy | Color : clear | Atmosphere: Reduction

Published in "Mary Cay's Glittering Obsession" by Sumi von Dassow, in the Feb 2006 issue of Ceramics Monthly.

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Stains can be added to this glaze according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. For Yellow Glaze Kiln Jewels, 3% Cerdec yellow stain was added.

Carbonates and oxides also have been added to this recipe with success by using various proportions. A strong cobalt glaze was mixed with this glaze to produce the Sky Blue Glaze Kiln Jewel, but cobalt carbonate or oxide also could be used.

A wash of copper sulfate can be sprayed or brushed on to create the Copper Sulfate Glaze Kiln Jewels.

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