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Maiolica Glaze

Firing temperature : cone 04 | Surface texture : matte | Color : clear | Atmosphere: Oxidation/Neutral

Published in "Clay & Maiolica Glaze" by Liz Quackenbush, in the Jan 2014 issue of Ceramics Monthly.


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Instructions

This glaze needs to be mixed into a very thick solution. Add only enough water to make it the consistency of a melted milkshake. If too thin, it will sink to the bottom of the bucket and harden like a rock! The glaze should be fired to a hot cone 04. The glaze needs to be cooled slowly so I down fire from 1100 degrees F to 400 degrees F, decreasing no faster than 150 degrees F per hour.

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