Remarkably, this versatile glaze is capable of producing a wide range of colors that are very receptive to atmospheric changes inside the kiln and outside in post reduction.
Published in "Fish Tales" by Lisa Merida-Paytes, in the Jul/Aug 2009 issue of Pottery Making Illustrated.
Through experimenting with the application of this glaze, I have been able to achieve a beautiful mottled surface with striking luster and opalescent color. I have found that applying less is better–one thin coat then wiping the glaze off with a dry towel works best to achieve a matte, speckled surface.
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