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Dense Waxy White with Cobalt Carbonate

Dense Waxy White with Cobalt Carbonate

Firing temperature : Cone 6 | Surface texture : satin | Color : blue | Atmosphere: Oxidation

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Instructions

Specific gravity: 1.43. This glaze is opaque and glossy, but has a soft sheen on the surface. Many color variations were possible, all of which are opaque, bright, and clean. For color variations, omit the tin oxide, titanium dioxide, and zinc oxide. I substituted Forshammer feldspar for Custer feldspar.

Original recipe shared by Gerald Brown in the June 1991 issue of Ceramics Monthly.

This recipe was shared by Alisa Clausen in the February 2020 issue of Ceramics Monthly.

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