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Temmoku should work; as may Iron reds; and if they're getting crazing they can just add more silica in 5% increments till it stops; or if the crazing isn't bad, they can try to replace their regular silica with amorphous (Imsil) silica. If the glaze calls for G200 spar, they can try replacing it with Custer which has traditionally had a bit more silica.
I just figured that there is someone out there using Phoenix who has already done the work and has a glaze that works. We will see......
No, but I know of a new blog called Phoenix. Have you heard?
Got him on the blog roll.
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