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Firing temperature : cone 11 | Surface texture : matte to satin | Color : green | Atmosphere: Oxidation Reduction

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This is a cone-11 glaze that likes a 10-minute soak at the end of the firing and works best with a slow cool. It turns out equally well in reduction or oxidation. I have an electric kiln that I'll use to fire the glaze to cone 11 and it comes out beautifully. The glaze looks really clean on porcelain, but I also use it on a grogged stoneware with tiny specks of iron with nice results. It doesn't run very much, so it can be applied pretty thick. I always pour my glazes to get the bit of drip on the outside.

This recipe was shared by Connor McGinn in the December 2019 issue of Ceramics Monthly.

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