John Britt's Snowflake Crackle - The cone 6 oxidation glazes - Electric Cone 6 & Other Ways w/ Clay

John Britt's Snowflake Crackle - The cone 6 oxidation glazes – Electric Cone 6 & Other Ways w/ Clay

Cream Breaking Rust     Cone 5-8 92.4%  	Cream Breaking Rust  ^5 to 8 30.7%	   Ferro Frit 3134 18.1%	   Silica 13.0%	   Tin Oxide  7.5 10.6%	   Wollastonite 8.4%	   EPK 6.0%	   Red Iron Oxide - or  5% 3.3%	   Strontium Carbonate 2.3%	   Talc

Cream Breaking Rust Cone Cream Breaking Rust to 8 Ferro Frit 3134 Silica Tin Oxide Wollastonite EPK Red Iron Oxide - or Strontium Carbonate Talc

Snowflake Crackle #8, ^5-6 Nepheline Syenite	82.7		 Frit 3124	7.5		 Ball Clay	5.9		 Magnesium carbonate	3.9		 Total Base:	100		  Bentonite	2		  Epsom salts	0.25		 Total:	102.25

With local frit Crecer 804

John Britt's Snowflake Crackle - The cone 6 oxidation glazes – Electric Cone 6 & Other Ways w/ Clay

John Britt's Snowflake Crackle - The cone 6 oxidation glazes – Electric Cone 6 & Other Ways w/ Clay Albino Python Nepheline Syenite Ball Clay Feldspar - Kona - Soda Cryolite

Coyote Cone 6 Glaze Opal 055 - Coyote - Mid-Fire (Cone 4-6) - Glazes

Coyote Cone 6 Glaze Opal 055 - Coyote - Mid-Fire (Cone 4-6) - Glazes

Val's Turquoise Matte    Val’s Turquoise Matte Neph Syn 61.54 Strontium Carb 20.88 OM4 6.59 Silica 7.69 Lithium Carbonate 3.3 Copp...

Ultra Mega Ceramics: Val's Turquoise Matte Val’s Turquoise Matte Neph Syn Strontium Carb Silica Lithium Carbonate Copper Carb Bentonite 4

nC Clay Club Dry Rot cone 05 40.0 EPK 10.0 Frit 3110 10.0 Soda Ash 10.0 F-4 Feldspar 10.0 Magnesium Carbonate   5.0 Lithium Carbonate   3.0 Barium Carbonate   2.0 Silica

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Detail of Snowflake Crackle Glaze fired to cone 6 in an electric kiln. Crazy Beautiful Crazing: Uncovering the Mysteries of Snowflake Crackle Glazes By John Britt, September 21, 2011

Crazy Beautiful Crazing: Uncovering the Mysteries of Snowflake Crackle Glazes

This is a very interesting type of crackle. Detail of Snowflake Crackle Glaze fired to cone 6 in an electric kiln. Crazy Beautiful Crazing: Uncovering the Mysteries of Snowflake Crackle Glazes By John Britt, September 2011

Glazeitorium  Transparent Base 5 (VC celadon)   Neph sy 44 Zinc oxide 13 Whiting 7 EPK 8 Flint 28  cobalt carb. 2

fired in a cone 6 electric kiln on white stoneware Transparent Base 5 (VC celadon) Neph sy 44 Zinc oxide 13 Whiting 7 EPK 8 Flint 28 co.

fired in a cone 6 electric kiln on white stoneware  Opaque Semi Matt Glaze 5 (from The Complete Book of Clay and Glazes) Custer feldspar 41....

fired in a cone 6 electric kiln on white stoneware Opaque Semi Matt Glaze 5 (from The Complete Book of Clay and Glazes) Custer feldspar

Glazeitorium,  fired in a cone 6 electric kiln on white stoneware

fired in a cone 6 electric kiln on white stoneware Opaque Semi Matt Glaze 8 (from The Complete Book of Clay and Glazes) Custer feldspar

239. Turquoise Matte (^6 oxidation) 57.2 Nepheline Syenite19.4 Strontium Carbonate6.1 OM-4 Ball Clay7.2 Silica3.1 Lithium Carbonate3.3 Copper Carbonate3.7 Bentonite

239. Turquoise Matte (^6 oxidation) 57.2 Nepheline Syenite19.4 Strontium Carbonate6.1 OM-4 Ball Clay7.2 Silica3.1 Lithium Carbonate3.3 Copper Carbonate3.7 Bentonite

Gibby's wild rose tenmokuRecipe: 9.5 Lithium Carb. 9.5 Bone Ash 55.7 Nepheline Syenite 15.8 Kaolin 9.5 RIO

Gibby’s Wild Rose Tenmoku Cone ^6 Ox

Gibby’s Wild Rose Tenmoku Cone Ox

255. Gunmetal Black (^6 oxidation) 39.36 Nepheline Syenite9.45 Gerstley Borate4.82 Whiting4.36 EPK Kaolin3.64 Copper Carbonate3.64 Manganese Dioxide1.82 Cobalt Oxide1.82 Bentonite1.09 Brushing Fluid (if brushing)

Gunmetal Black oxidation) Nepheline Syenite Gerstley Borate Whiting EPK Kaolin Copper Carbonate Manganese Dioxide Cobalt Oxide Bentonite Brushing Fluid (if brushing)

Pottery by Inge Nielsen: Glaze recipes

Pictured above: tianmu bowl with Jun 2 glaze (minus calcium borate/ colemanite) Jun (sometimes transliterated as Chun) is an elusive Chinese glaze. At its best, it is a light, opalescent .

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