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Blue-Green/Copper Red Glaze

Firing temperature : Cone 6 | Surface texture : glossy | Color : medium green | Atmosphere: Oxidation/Neutral Reduction

Like most copper red glazes, if this is fired in oxidation it will be green rather than red (because the copper will not reduce and will therefore refract light differently).

Published in "My Way with Clay" by Rick Malmgren, in the Oct 2000 issue of Ceramics Monthly.


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If you're firing this glaze in reduction to acheive a red color, it benefits from being covered with clear glaze; it helps reduce burning out of the red if there are variations in the atmosphere.

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