Glaze Recipes, Tips and Tricks

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Chuck's Luscious

From Clay Times, October, 2003

Nepheline Syenite  1,800g

Spodumene              300 g

Gold Art                     900g
                     
Total   3,000g

Add Soda Ash           150g

Recipe provided by Anne Szilagyi

This is a carbon-trap shino glaze.

Like other shino glazes, it is orangish where thinly applied and whiter where thick.

For this bowl Anne sprayed Chuck's Luscious on the underside and the center of the inside.

She sprayed Chun around the rim with a light spray of Jackie's Blue Green over the Chun.

Finally, she brushed blue slip on the rim.

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Example provided by Sophie Wang

Shino Plus Angel Eyes

Clay body: porcelain 

Shino: dipped

Angel Eyes: Spray on (w/spray gun). 1st coat–brown, 2nd coat–orange, 3rd coat–green

 

These 2 photos show results from 2 different firings.