Tenmokus made from Alberta Slip and Ravenscrag Slip

Tuesday 23rd July 2013

GR10-K1 Cone 10R Ravenscrag Tenmoku (right) compared to Tenmoku made from Alberta Slip (left, it is 91% Alberta Slip with 5% added calcium carbonate and 2% iron oxide). Left is Plainsman P700 porcelain, right is H570. Tenmokus are popular for the way they break to a crystalline light brown on the edges of contours.

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GA10-B - Alberta Slip Tenmoku Cone 10R, GR10-K1 - Ravenscrag Cone 10R Tenmoku, Tenmoku, Breaking Glaze

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