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Glazes cone 6 : 1240°c/2264°f

Author: Michael Bailey
Publisher: Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 2001.
Series: Ceramics handbooks.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This book is about the popular temperature for firing glazes known as cone 6 (1220[degree]C to 1240[degree]C). It can be used purely as a recipe book, providing many base glazes (ranging from shiny to very matt) and with illustrations suggesting colouring additions. On the other hand it is also a textbook explaining and exploring the chemistry behind glaze formulation. Special effects such as crystalline and lustre  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Bailey
ISBN: 0812217829 9780812217827 0713651156 9780713651157
OCLC Number: 45325450
Description: 128 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. Introduction --
2. clay body and other variables --
their effect on glazes --
3. About glazes --
question of balance --
4. Transparent glazes --
5. Colouring the transparent glazes --
6. alumina matts --
7. High alkaline earth matt glazes --
8. Macro-crystalline zinc glazes --
9. High alkaline glazes --
10. High silica glazes --
11. Plotting and prediction --
12. Glaze fit --
13. Boric oxide in cone 6 glazes --
14. Jun glazes --
15. Orange red iron glazes --
16. Lustre glazes --
17. Raw glazes --
18. Gallery --
cone 6 in action --
19. Cone 6 on the Internet --
Making glazes --
health and safety considerations.
Series Title: Ceramics handbooks.
Responsibility: Michael Bailey.

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Using middle-range temperatures (cone 6) to fire pottery has advantages and disadvantages. In this work, the author details developments in firing at this temperature. He also discusses: glazes  Read more...

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