Alberta Slip Ravenscrag Slip Textured Engobe G2934 Matte Cone 6 Base Glaze G2926B Cone 6 Transparent Whiteware Base Glaze GA6-A/B Alberta Slip Cone 6 Base Glazes G2916F Transparent Cone 6 Stoneware Glaze L3954B Mid Temperature Engobe Zero3 K Cone 04-02 Transparent Glaze Zero3 Cone 04-02 Engobe G1947U Cone 10 Transparent Glaze G2571A Cone 10 Dolomite Matte Glaze GR10-A Ravenscrag Cone 10R Base Glaze
GR10-A Ravenscrag Cone 10R Base Glaze
All by itself, Ravenscrag Slip fires a slightly silky transparent at cone 10R. You can use it like this, or add a little talc for very silky matte. Or add zircopax to opacify it. At cone 6 add about 20% frit tell get similar melting.
Ravenscrag Slip melt flow test fired at cone 10R
This glaze is most often prepared using the traditional method of simply adding water until the desired consistency is achieved (do the initial mix with 8 parts water and 10 powder). No flocculant additions are generally needed and application properties are very good as long as the slurry is not too viscous or too runny (dries quickly without cracking and, after dipping, there is minimal dripping).
P580 with Ravenscrag GR10-A and G1947U liners. The Ravenscrag is not quite as glossy and it contains enough iron to darken the color of the underlying porcelain. Zircopax could be added to whiten it, however it is best to limit the use of GR10-A to ware that has compatible aesthetics.
This is GR10-C Ravenscrag Talc matte on H440 and H450. Fired at cone 10R. The recipe is just pure Ravenscrag with 10% talc added.
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