demystifying the reduction firing process- ceramic arts

Mar 08, 2021 · Reduction firing is a science in it self. Getting a good reduction firing is difficult. I have been doing a lot of Raku and have had to learn alot about reduction. I tried doing cone ten reduction glazes in a gas kiln and that became to difficult to get a good reduction. I have been having better success with Raku

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Jun 28, 2014 · This is a cone 10 reduction glaze; ... My guess is that it would turn out a clear/whitish glaze. Regarding the cone 9 vs cone 10, I don’t think there is a huge temperature difference, so manipulating the glazes might not be necessary. If needed though, you could just add more flux, for example add maybe 10% Nepheline Syenite.

copper red glaze recipes - cone 9andcone6!!! - marian

Jul 11, 2013 · Copper Red Glaze Recipes – Cone 9 and Cone 6!!! ... and I’ve worked so hard to get them in high fire gas reduction!!! Article in Ceramics Monthly. No matter, one of my best copper reds is a Cone 6 recipe that I use in the high fire reduction to cone 10 and it works great!

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In general the glaze seems to improve at higher temperatures, but you should get something from it at cone 9. If the glaze really wasn't looking very nice at cone 9, my instinct would suggest adding 1 or 2 percent lithium carbonate to this one to lower the maturing temperature, lithium may also give a "redder" red. June 19, 2016 at 1:02 PM

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Jan 11, 2015 · Chinese Glazes Russet Ding. Left: Potash Feldspar 26, Silica 25.5, Kaolin 34.5, Dolomite 10, Titanium Dioxide 1, Red Iron Oxide 10. Right: Potash Feldspar 30.5, Silica 30, Kaolin 28.5, Dolomite 7, Titanium Dioxide 1, Red Iron Oxide 5.5. Chinese Glazes Russet Ding 1 1310 Reduction; Chinese Glazes Russet Ding 2 1310 Reduction

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Jan 04, 2021 · I have become a strong advocate of cone 6 reduction firing in recent years. My reasons are as follows: Lovely traditional glazes look as good as or better fired at cone 6 than they do at cone 10. Copper reds, Shinos, temmokus and dolomite mattes are virtually indistinguishable from their cone …

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You will need to push your reduction a little harder and/or longer. Red reduction glazes are very touchy and take time to learn how to make them work in your kiln. I use a long light reduction I start reduction at cone 010 (orton) and leave it in reduction till I shut it down

proper reduction firing schedule- studio operations and

Sep 03, 2015 · No sense wasting gas with a really slow climb if everything has been bisqued. Put the kiln into reduction at cone 012-08, and stall out the climb. Hold temperature with the reduction for 45 minutes. If you're trying to carbon trap a shino glaze, then make this a heavy smoky reduction. Then put it into a neutral atmosphere and let it climb to

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copper red glaze recipes - cone 9 and cone 6!!! - marian

Jul 11, 2013 · Copper Red Glaze Recipes – Cone 9 and Cone 6!!! ... and I’ve worked so hard to get them in high fire gas reduction!!! Article in Ceramics Monthly. No matter, one of my best copper reds is a Cone 6 recipe that I use in the high fire reduction to cone …

my favorite glaze recipes phillip schmidt pottery

Jun 28, 2014 · This is a cone 10 reduction glaze; ... My guess is that it would turn out a clear/whitish glaze. Regarding the cone 9 vs cone 10, I don’t think there is a huge temperature difference, so manipulating the glazes might not be necessary. If needed though, you could just add more flux, for example add maybe 10% Nepheline Syenite.

peter's pottery: high fire glazes

In general the glaze seems to improve at higher temperatures, but you should get something from it at cone 9. If the glaze really wasn't looking very nice at cone 9, my instinct would suggest adding 1 or 2 percent lithium carbonate to this one to lower the maturing temperature, lithium may also give a "redder" red. June 19, 2016 at 1:02 PM

demystifying the reduction firing process - ceramic arts

Mar 08, 2021 · Reduction firing is a science in it self. Getting a good reduction firing is difficult. I have been doing a lot of Raku and have had to learn alot about reduction. I tried doing cone ten reduction glazes in a gas kiln and that became to difficult to get a good reduction. I have been having better success with Raku

kaki (persimmon, tomato) glaze derek philip au

Jan 11, 2015 · Chinese Glazes Russet Ding. Left: Potash Feldspar 26, Silica 25.5, Kaolin 34.5, Dolomite 10, Titanium Dioxide 1, Red Iron Oxide 10. Right: Potash Feldspar 30.5, Silica 30, Kaolin 28.5, Dolomite 7, Titanium Dioxide 1, Red Iron Oxide 5.5. Chinese Glazes Russet Ding 1 1310 Reduction; Chinese Glazes Russet Ding 2 1310 Reduction

five reasons to convert cone 10 reduction glazes to cone 6

Jan 04, 2021 · I have become a strong advocate of cone 6 reduction firing in recent years. My reasons are as follows: Lovely traditional glazes look as good as or better fired at cone 6 than they do at cone 10. Copper reds, Shinos, temmokus and dolomite mattes are virtually indistinguishable from their cone …

turn up the heat! 10 cone 10 glaze recipes available for

You will need to push your reduction a little harder and/or longer. Red reduction glazes are very touchy and take time to learn how to make them work in your kiln. I use a long light reduction I start reduction at cone 010 (orton) and leave it in reduction till I shut it …

proper reduction firing schedule - studio operations and

Sep 03, 2015 · No sense wasting gas with a really slow climb if everything has been bisqued. Put the kiln into reduction at cone 012-08, and stall out the climb. Hold temperature with the reduction for 45 minutes. If you're trying to carbon trap a shino glaze, then make this a heavy smoky reduction. Then put it into a neutral atmosphere and let it climb to

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Aug 01, 2018 · Due to Cu 2+ tinting glaze blue or green color and Cu° tinting red color, the copper red glaze needed higher firing temperature than that of the blue and green glazes [2,9]. Copper in high-fired glaze could show blue or blue-green color, either in oxidation or reduction atmosphere, which suggested that the blue and blue-green glazes were easy