Published in "Successful Raku Firing" by George Juliano with Elizabeth Hudgins, in the Fall 1998 issue of Pottery Making Illustrated.
This glaze looks best when applied thin. I generally dip the pot once in a thin mixture. The glaze has a dark cranberry luster in appearance. I place pieces glazed with Copper Luster in a lidded trash can filled with newspaper, since this seems to make the colors shine a bit brighter.
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