Sunday, April 21, 2013

Cone 6 glazes in progress


Yo, getting some NICE cone 6 glazes for the book. Can't tell you the recipes yet but soon....

20 comments:

Linda Starr said...

yummy

Keramos said...

Are any of these going to tested in oxidation AND reduction?

John Britt said...

You bet!

Judith Kornett Arts said...

What a tease- OK- Do we get to pre-order?

Judith Kornett Arts said...

O\

Marian Parkes said...

This is just awesome!

Arthur Kettner said...

Nice hematite precipitation!

J Miller said...

Gorgeous! Can't wait

JUDI TAVILL said...

very excited!!! keep me on the list!!!

Liz Paley said...

So where's the pre-order link?

John Britt said...

I will let you know!

Dana Lehrer Danze said...

OOh, yes! I want one too! Will they be tested for leaching/durability?

John Britt said...

It will be with Lark Books.

I won't test for durability but will have glazes that should be more durable as well as all other types.

As always you have to test your glazes for durability. Even the MC6 glazes need to be tested ..they only give the possibility of more durability not guarantees!

Sterling VanDerwerker said...

I'm in on the first edition.... when can we pre-order from the author?

John Britt said...

You guys are all very nice and encouraging but it will be out with Lark Book in 2014. I just have a deadline coming up but there are still many other things to do. So be patient!

cynthia said...

Very exciting - a contingent at the Colorado Potters Guild has been working on ^6 reduction firings and having some good success (and some not so good), but still a lot of experimentation.

New Prospect Pottery said...

Can't wait. Your high fire glaze book is my 'bible'. Hope Lark puts it out early in 2014.

Clay Grandma said...

Very excited! Can't wait to try them out!

Eleanore said...

Tell Lark to do a big printing - this is going to be very popular!

Joe Troncale said...

That is a SWEET bottle you've glazed there!