Alberta Slip as-a-glaze at cone 10R

Tuesday 15th April 2014

This is 100% Alberta Slip (outside) on a white stoneware clay fired to cone 10R. The glaze is made using a blend of 60% calcine and 40% raw (as instructed at the support website). Alberta Slip was originally formulated during the 1980s (using Insight software) as a chemical duplicate of Albany Slip. The inside: A Ravenscrag Slip based silky matte.

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GA10-A - Alberta Slip Base Cone 10R, Alberta Slip, Duplicating Albany Slip, Alberta Slip, 20 Years of Substitution for Albany Slip, Calcine, Calcination

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