Matt B Glaze Recipe, Cone 6 Oxidation

Matt “B” Glaze Cone 6 Oxidation
Glaze Material
Percentage
Lithium Carbonate 2.7%
Strontium Carbonate 26.5
Nepheline Syenite 57.5
Kentucky Ball Clay (OM 4) 6.2
Flint 7.1
Total 100.0%
Add:
Bentonite 3.0

 

The matt quality of this glaze is easily affected by colorants, so variations have different surface qualities as well as colors.
For Dark Green Add: For Orange Add:
Copper Carbonate 3% Encapsulated Orange Stain 5%
Nickel Oxide 2% Zirconium Yellow Stain 5%

Comments
  • Claudia A.

    I am looking for a matte clear. How does this glaze look without the colorants or oxides?

  • Did anyone find a semi matte cinnamon cone 6 oxidation for mid range brown clay…I’m using standards 211 mid range clay

  • Laurie E.

    I too, am looking for a semi matte rich umber of reddish brown, cinnamon cone 6 oxidation glaze. I also am using a med. brown mid range clay. I m

  • Subscriber T.

    I am looking for a semi Matte rich umber or reddish brown, cinnamon cone 6 oxidation glaze. Anyone have one they are willing to share. I have had no luck with a good fitting and behaving glaze in this color. I am using a Buff mid range clay.

  • I just recieved this glaze recipe and am going to start testing it. Does anyone have any results to share? For instsance, does this glaze work well dipped or srayed? Colorant successes or mishaps. What clay body was used? Thickness issues, running or just any info would be welcome. Sounds like I ‘m not alone in questions about the glaze, so I’ll let you know what happens with my experiments. Be playful and hav fun!

  • Sarah S.

    Thanks for this fab recipe I’m after a matt midnight blue (almost black) what do you suggest I add to this matt receipe.

  • Is the pot glazed with one base glaze with two different colorant combinations or is it a combination of glazes other than the one listed?

  • Najla A.

    go to account at the bottom of the page, sign in using your email and password then go to free gifts (at the bottom of the page too) and you will be able to download the file and all other files in the free gifts section.

  • Ann M.

    i have tried to access these recipes 10 times!! what is the secret code to find them????

  • Cathy R.

    All efforts to receive the free gifts have failed. I keep getting a message that says that my email is already in use. It’s MY e-mail!

  • Deborah P.

    Go to the free gifts link at the top left of the screen; click on the title of the book (dark reddish brown), save or open when the dialog window opens. 🙂

  • I too would like to see all ten but can only access three. Did I miss a link?

  • Dale S.

    So far I’ve only been able to access 3 of the glazes. How I get all ten ?

  • Donna K.

    They give two color variations – Look below the glaze recipe. One for green and the other for orange.

    The matt quality of this glaze is easily affected by colorants, so variations have different surface qualities as well as colors.
    For Dark Green Add: For Orange Add:
    Copper Carbonate 3% Encapsulated Orange Stain 5%
    Nickel Oxide 2% Zirconium Yellow Stain 5%

  • which color is the recipe for? Is it the rusty color or the yellow?

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