Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Guess glaze, cone and atmosphere 1


Here is another one to guess glaze, cone  and atmosphere.



5 comments:

Cambria Pottery said...

This could be cone 6 oxidation as the clay body doesn't look like it has been reduced.

Diane Puckett said...

Perhaps the glaze on the cover of Hesselbreth and Roy's book?

John Britt said...

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.

tommac said...

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?

John Britt said...

That is orangestone but only because I had it laying around. Use something that matures at cone 6 , brownstone, redstone, etc.