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This could be cone 6 oxidation as the clay body doesn't look like it has been reduced.
Perhaps the glaze on the cover of Hesselbreth and Roy's book?
This is also cone 6 reduction. It is the same tea-dust temmoku as below with nuka over. ( I am still trying to remember the exact nuka. I might have used Coffee cone 10 nuka but also revised it for cone 6 so will have to test again.)Thanks for the guesses.
what clay body did you use on this and the celedon, 25/25/25/25 above, it appears to be orangestone by highwater or is it a blend?
That is orangestone but only because I had it laying around. Use something that matures at cone 6 , brownstone, redstone, etc.
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