Old Yellow Glaze, No OxidesFiring temperature : cone 10-12 | Surface texture : glossy to satin | Color : yellow | Atmosphere: Reduction
Adapted from many old yellow glaze recipes. This glaze should be thinned to the consistency of whole milk or cream. It works best when a well-cleaned, bisque-fired pot is dipped once into the glaze. I fire to cone 12 in heavy reduction, spraying soda solution in one charge after cone 10 drops, then letting the kiln climb toward cone 12 for at least an hour.
This recipe was shared by Katie Fee in the January 2020 issue of Ceramics Monthly.
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