Clay Body RECIPE

Margaret’s Porcelain Cone 9/10

29

26

21

16

8

2%

Grolleg

Tile 6

Custer Feldspar

Flint

Pyrophyllite

Bentonite


PROCESS ARTICLE

SOFT SLAB TEAPOT Article

by Margaret Bohls

Pottery Making Illustrated, March/April 2010.

 

Code 10 Glaze RECIPES

White Satin Matte (Margaret's)

43

12

7

14

5

19

Custer Feldspar

Gertsley Borate

Dolomite

Talc

Kaolin

Flint

Note: Smooth consistent satin white. Best over white clay. Greyer over darker stoneware. Shows drips and overlaps.


St. John’s Black – cone 6-10

80

20

5%

Alberta Slip Clay

Nepheline Syenite

Cobalt Oxide 5%

Note: Very shiny black in oxidation, slightly metallic in reduction. I use this as a liner glaze for most of my pots. It is food safe.


Flat Matte Black cone 10*

42

15

10

23

10

6%

2%

1%

Cornwall Stone

Dolomite

Whiting

EPK

Flint

Yellow Ochre

Cobalt Carb.

Chrome Oxide

Note: This is, as it says, a flat matte. It is a very nice white without the colorants; slightly translucent. It is also an excellent base for other colors

*To use this glaze at cone 6, add 5% Gerstley Borate or 5% Ferro Frit 3124