A Cone 6 white engobe works miracles on these dark and buff burning bodies

Friday 23rd June 2017

Left is Plainsman M340. Right is M390. Each mug has been white engobed inside and half-way down the outside. The insides have been glazed using G2926B clear. The inside surface has more depth and has a richer appearance than you could achieve using a white glaze (especially over the dark burning body). The outside of the left one is Alberta Slip base GA6A using Frit 3195 (it produces a more stable glass of lower thermal expansion). The outside glaze on the right is the clear plus 4% iron oxide. This technique of using the engobe enables porcelain-like functional surfaces on the insides and striking visual contrast and character on the outside of the dark body mug.

Pages that reference this post in the Digitalfire Reference Database:

GA6-A - Alberta Slip Cone 6 Amber Base Glaze, L3954B - White Cone 6 Engobe for Plainsman M390, M340, How to Liner-Glaze a Mug, GA6A Alberta Slip base using Frit 3249 and 3195 on buff body, Four drops of Davan deflocculant fixed the problem!, Rich, natural but vibrant colors. How was this cone 6 mug made?, Engobe

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