GR10-B Ravenscrag transparent glaze (with 10 talc)


Wednesday 28th November 2012

Because this glaze employs 10% dolomite instead of 10% calcium carbonate it has a lower thermal expansion and is less likely to craze. While the dolomite is contributing MgO, which normally mattes glazes, there is not enough to do it here.

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Talc, Calcium Carbonate, MgO, GR10-B - Ravenscrag Cone 10R Gloss Base, The unexpected reason for this crazing can be seen in the chemistry, Add 5% calcium carbonate to a tenmoku. What happens?


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