Nuka Glaze Recipe, ∆10 reduction Custer Feldspar 36.00 Quartz 30.00 Whiting 22.00 OM-4 6.00 Wood Ash (unwashed) 3.00 Talc 2.00 Bone Ash 2.00 Notes: This a ∆10 Reduction glaze that will fire to a Creamy White with low gloss to satiny finish. Good over tenmoku, will run if applied too thick over thick tenmoku. As always, test for your ingredient and firing conditions.
Amaco Iron Luster with Ancient Jasper Steven Pereira
Though it might sound like a fancy coffee drink, mocha diffusion is a little-known technique of ceramic surface decoration developed and used in the southwest of England. Through a reaction between acid and alkali, intricate veined patterns reminiscent of trees or ferns are created in this process. A while back, we posted an excerpt... Read More »
TOKYO NATIONAL MUSEUM - Collections The TNM Collection ceramics Tea bowl, shino type, Mino Ware.
Tea bowl with sugarcane design in black iron glaze. 1955. by Shoji Hamada. Mashiko, Japan. 10.5×12.0 cm. No.3619
Jim Snitily 2200 F Cone 5 - I brushed three coats in different directions of the black ( also added 2% black iron oxide to the base) Then applied 2-3 coats of the crawl with 4 inch wide brush medium thick, just so it goes on smooth, not runny. When that dries, it will crack and that shows its thick enough