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I use this recipe as a background glaze. I originally found this glaze on DigitalFire (https://digitalfire.com) when searching for matte glazes. It is a lovely surface but can be a little sensitive to application; if applied too thick, it blisters. This is a great base for adding color. Note that I use a black and sage green Mason stain together in the glaze, which will have a greenish tint on white clay but not on the red clay that I use. There is also a very high percentage of clay in this recipe, so I add more water than I do for most glazes at 80–85% hydration.
This recipe was shared by Ruth Easterbrook in the May 2022 issue of Ceramics Monthly.