Crystallization of Rutile at cone 6 completely subdued? How?


Thursday 10th June 2010

These glazes are both 80% Alberta Slip, but the one on the right employs 20% Ferro Frit 3249 accelerate the melting (whereas the left one has 20% Frit 3134). Even though Frit 3249 is higher in boron and should melt better, its high MgO stiffens the glaze melt denying the mobility needed for the crystal growth.

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Rutile, Ferro Frit 3249, Ferro Frit 3134, Variegating Glazes, Crystallization, Rutile Glaze


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