This glaze is originally a cone 10 glaze, which I modified in the computer program for glazes, “Hyperglaze”, to lower the temperature to cone 6. Amazingly, it worked! And this version looks nearly identical to the cone 10 version. A very reliable, not-very-runny glaze which is a jeans-color blue.
Amazon's Choice for ceramic glazes cone 6 Mayco Stroke and Coat Wonderglaze for Bisque Set #3 - Set of 12 Assorted Colors in 2 Oz Bottles 4.8 out of 5 stars 106
The recipe for this glaze is included in "Mastering Cone 6 Glazes" by John Hesselberth and Ron Roy. Like many other potters out there, I'm a big fan of this book. The first tile, shown below, is what I used to call Waterfall Blue, since it had some lovely subtle blue tones, thanks to the Rutile.
Cone 5/6 Glazes. All of these glaze recipes have been tested on white, mid-range clay fired to cone 5 in oxidation. Clay body: a white stoneware body for mid-range (cone 5/6), or so-called "porcelain" clay body (cone 5/6) commercially available.. Bisque firing temperatures: Cone 05 (1910F), fired in an automatic (computer-controlled) electric kiln for approximately 10 hours, after 6 - hours ...
It’s one of the most transparent and glossy cone 10 clear glazes that I’ve ever seen, and I am very proud of it. Our clay is a white stoneware but does have some iron flecks in it which are accentuated by the Quartz glaze really nicely (Figures 4-6). I’ve also figured out that Quartz over Ohata Kaki Red makes black (Figures 5 and 6).
WHITE GLAZES "A" Glaze Cone 5 6 Oxidation. Conrad Weiser. Potash Feldspar 41.3. Whiting 14.9. Zinc Oxide 12.0. EPK 4.9. Silica 26.9. Titanium Dioxide 5.0. This is a white basic glaze which will show texture nicely. Two or three dips gives a glossy surface. Is especially attractive over an albany slip underglaze decoration.
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The firing schedule may be important to developing this glaze effect. Cone 6 Standard Firing Schedule Cone 6 Slow Cool Firing. This is the base cone 6 Ravenscrag recipe, it fires as a transparent glossy. It has an addition of the most common North American borate frit, enough to produce a good glass at cone 6.