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cone 6 glaze recipe - Laura's Turquoise 36.7 Whiting 22.94 Custer Feldspar 29.36 Kaolin 9.17 Flint 1.83 Bentonite colorant: 2.98 Copper Carbonate 2.75 Rutile .23 Cobalt Carbonate

cone 6 glaze recipe - Laura's Turquoise 36.7 Whiting 22.94 Custer Feldspar 29.36 Kaolin 9.17 Flint 1.83 Bentonite colorant: 2.98 Copper Carbonate 2.75 Rutile .23 Cobalt Carbonate

26 Likes, 3 Comments - matt fitzsimmons (@matthew_fitzsimmons) on Instagram: “Blue rutile with ancient jasper on the rim.  Fired twice cone 6 oxidation. Amaco glazes.  #mug…”

26 Likes, 3 Comments - matt fitzsimmons (@matthew_fitzsimmons) on Instagram: “Blue rutile with ancient jasper on the rim. Fired twice cone 6 oxidation. Amaco glazes. #mug…”

Recipe Name: C HARRIS TENMOKU  Cone: 6 Color: TEMMOKU Firing: Oxidation Surface: Glossy  Amount Ingredient 18.6 Nepheline Syenite 8.5 Gerstley Borate--1999 9.3 Dolomite 9.3 Talc 18.6 Ball Clay Number 1 28.2 Silica 7.5 Bone Ash  100 Total  Additives 11 Iron Oxide--Red

Recipe Name: C HARRIS TENMOKU Cone: 6 Color: TEMMOKU Firing: Oxidation Surface: Glossy Amount Ingredient 18.6 Nepheline Syenite 8.5 Gerstley Borate--1999 9.3 Dolomite 9.3 Talc 18.6 Ball Clay Number 1 28.2 Silica 7.5 Bone Ash 100 Total Additives 11 Iron Oxide--Red

Mata Ortiz's burnishing solution recipe: 5% finely ground Graphite and 5% baby oil into kerosene (90%) and applies that with his hand over the black manganese slip. Then he takes an agate, highly polished –sometimes they sand them- but this looked like it was out of a rock tumbler and he said they used that too and began to burnish. Immediately the surface was a brilliantly shiny black.

Mata Ortiz's burnishing solution recipe: 5% finely ground Graphite and 5% baby oil into kerosene (90%) and applies that with his hand over the black manganese slip. Then he takes an agate, highly polished –sometimes they sand them- but this looked like it was out of a rock tumbler and he said they used that too and began to burnish. Immediately the surface was a brilliantly shiny black.

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