Some glazes look great on red clay and horrible on white


Tuesday 11th November 2014

Alberta Slip cone 6 lithium brown (GA6-G1) on a red burning clay (left Plainsman M390) and buff burning (right M340). Obviously this looks better on the former where iron from the underlying body variegates the entire surface and bleeds through on contours where the glaze is thinner, creating a breaking effect.

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GA6-G1 - Alberta Slip Lithium Brown Cone 6 Low Expansion, Breaking Glaze


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