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I noticed we have a copper red glaze section:

http://www.websitetoolbox.com/tool/post/clayarts/vpost?id=1263986

and a section just for Shino:

http://www.websitetoolbox.com/tool/post/clayarts/vpost?id=1263582

but no natural red-orange glazes (other than shinos). 

 

Sure, copper red is flashy and sells well, but iron red has connotations of Southern Utah Red Rock and a natural feel.  I have a few recipes to contribute, but I hope we can build a wide selection.  -Dawn

 

IRON RED GLAZES and other non-copper reds

 

Tomatoe Red

from Anderson Ranch Arts Center 1986 Glazes

cone 9-10  redux (ox maybe)

 

Kona  F-4 Feldspar     54

Silica                       29

EPK                           8

Magnesium Carb          8

Bone Ash                  13

Red Iron Ox                8

add:

    Bentonite    2%

 

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Temmoku

cone 9-11

dark red-black gloss

 

custer feldspar       46

whiting                 17

flint                      26

grolleg                  11

red iron ox             10

 

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Boubaric Tesha Saturate Iron

cone 9-11

Kona K-4 Feldspar     20

Whiting                   16

Ball clay                   26

Silica                       26

Red Iron Ox              12

add:

   Bentonite   2%

 


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Oxblood

cone 9-10

 

Neph Syn          42

Custer Feld         9

Kaolin                 2

Silica                23

Colemanite        13

Whiting             11

Black Copper Ox   3

Tin Ox                1

Bentoninte          3


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Ohata Kaki

Cone 10 redux or oxidation

glossy iron red to brown-black

 

Kingman Feldspar   43.96

Flint                    19.48

EPK                       5.69

Talc                      5.69

Whiting                  6.49

Bone Ash                8.99

Red Iron Ox             9.69

 

Or the 1996 U of U studio glaze version which makes a lot more sence:

 

Custer Feldspar      44.0

Flint                     19.5

EPK                       5.7

Talc                      5.7

Whiting                  6.5

Bone Ash                9.0

Red Iron Ox             9.7

 

Be sure to screen either version well or tiny lumps will make sharp spurs in the glaze.


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