Sterile white vs. pure Ravenscrag Slip as a liner glaze at cone 10R


Monday 12th September 2016

This picture does not fully convey how much better the Ravenscrag is as a liner (vs. G1947U). It has depth and looks much richer. It course, it could be opacified somewhat to be whiter and would still retain the surface quality (as long is it is not too opaque). The body is Plainsman H450. The outside glaze is pure Alberta Slip.

Pages that reference this post in the Digitalfire Reference Database:

G1947U - Cone 10 Glossy Transparent Base Glaze, GR10-A - Pure Ravenscrag Slip, Roasting Ravenscrag Slip instead of calcining


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