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I had to laugh when I saw the topic. I have some really pretty red-green pottery. Unfortunately, it's not intentional. The studio where I take classes has a glaze called Pete's Cranberry. It's supposed to be a deep red but all too often comes out a green celadon type color. My classmates and I are absolutely frustrated with it. I think it depends on where the Ceramics technician puts the pieces in the kiln.
"Enthusiasm is the greatest asset in the world. It beats money and power and influence. It is no more or less than faith in action." - Henry Chester
Hello, I don't make my own glazes but do experiment with colors and various commercial glazes to get a custom color,I periodically make crystal glaze experiments and sometimes they come out quite nice.I really enjoy making and creating the pieces but don't really enjoy glazing.
Frit 3134 (Ferro)....................50.0 %
Add : Copper Carbonate.........3.2%
From Ramon Camarillo,
Ceramics Monthly, April 2002
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