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Good news cone 6 potters! We've gathered some of our favorite cone 6 glaze recipes in a convenient recipe-card format, perfect for printing and taking to the pottery studio. If you are interested in building a collection of beautiful cone 6 pottery glazes, you've found the perfect resource. If you've been low firing and would like to turn up the heat a bit, here's a great assortment of cone 6 recipes to start with. Or if you have grown bored with your current cone 6 glazes, try out a few of these. There is something for everyone involved in ceramics, so download your free copy of 15 Tried and True Cone 6 Glaze Recipes: Recipes and Testing Procedures for our Favorite Mid-Range Pottery Glazes when you sign up for Ceramic Arts Daily today!

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How to test Cone 6 Glaze Recipes for Color Response and Surface Texture

by Yoko Sekino-Bove

A great place to start experimenting is with these five great recipes, from glossy to
matte, which have already been tested and are presented in chart form.

Blue Green/Copper Red Glaze, Cone 6 oxidation or reduction

From Rick Malmgren, Ceramics Monthly, October 2000

Wright’s Water Blue Glaze, Cone 6 oxidation or reduction

From David Wright, Ceramics Monthly, April 1998

Basic Bronze, Cone 6 oxidation

From A. Blair Clemo, Ceramics Monthly, December 2013

Fake Ash Glaze, Cone 6 reduction

From Diana Pancioli, Ceramics Monthly, June 2006

Strontium Crystal Magic—Warm and Cool, Cone 6 oxidation

From Steven Hill, Ceramics Monthly, March 2012

Temmoku, Cone 6 reduction

From Rick Malmgren, Ceramics Monthly, October 2000

Marilee’s Lava, Cone 6 oxidation or reduction

From Rick Malmgren, Ceramics Monthly, October 2000

Eggshell, Cone 6 oxidation

From Central Carolina Community College, Ceramics Monthly, October 2004

Textured Blue, Cone 6 reduction

From Diana Pancioli, Ceramics Monthly, June 2006.

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