Lisa Naples Ceramics – Doylestown PA USA
 
 

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Naples-Wagner Breaking Glaze (cone 2)

Naples-Wagner Opaque, Breaking Glaze (Cone 1-2)

This glaze yields best results fired to a full cone 2

Frit 3134 46.0%
OM4 20.5
Lithium Carb. 11.0
Neph Sy 5.5
Silica 17.0
TOTAL 100%
Add:Titanium Diox. 5.5%
Zircopax 5.5%
Zinc Oxide 3.4%

Cobalt Blue:  2% cobalt carb (density: 1.40)

Creamy white w/blue streaks:  3% Yellow Ochre  (sg-1.50)

Moss green:   3% Blk Iron Ox. + 5% Blk copper ox. (experiment with density)

Copper Green:  5% Blk Copper Ox. (sg -1.45)

Notes:

In order to get as much satin as possible out of this glaze, it’s best to fire your kiln DOWN. Crystals grow on the cooling cycle between 1900-1400 degrees. I use a final ramp in my firing program that allows for 100 degrees/hour from 1900-1400.

This glaze is to be used on pots with texture but no slip. My black iron oxide step (used with the pots covered in colored slips) isn’t necessary here. Just bisque the textured pots to cone 06 and use this glaze directly.

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