A fluid melt glaze bleeds much more into adjoining ones


Wednesday 9th November 2016

The outer green glaze on these cone 6 porcelain mugs has a high melt fluidity. The liner glaze on the lower one, G2926B, is high gloss but not highly melt fluid. Notice that it forms a fairly crisp boundary with the outer glaze at the lip of the mug. The upper liner is G3806C, a fluid melt high gloss clear. The outer and inner glazes bleed together completely forming a very fuzzy boundary.

Pages that reference this post in the Digitalfire Reference Database:

G3806C - Cone 6 Clear Fluid-Melt Clear Base Glaze, GR6-N - Ravenscrag Alberta Brilliant Cone 6 Celadon, How to Liner-Glaze a Mug, Fluid Melt Glazes, Bleeding colors


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