Tag: red iron oxide

Fe2O3—powdered rust—refractory red in oxidation, converts to black iron (flux) in reduction and/or high-fire. Low quantities in clear glaze produces celadon-green—high quantities produce temmoku black or saturated iron red—powerful flux. More than 5% in a glaze significantly increases fluxing in reduction. Source: Clay: A Studio Handbook

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