There are a lot of traditional reduction glaze recipes out there, and they are typically formulated for firing at cone 10. But Rick Malmgren decided that he wanted to fire lower and still use a lot of these traditional glazes. So he set out to reformulate and adjust these cone 10 glazes to function well… Read More »
Mid Range Glaze Recipes
Mid range firing is an increasingly popular firing range in ceramics. If you fire to mid range and you’re looking for recipes, you’ve hit the jackpot. In this section, you’ll find a plethora of mid range pottery glaze recipes including loads of ever-popular cone 6 recipes. In addition to the mid range glaze recipes, you’ll see technical articles on mid-range firing. And don’t forget to download your free copy of 15 Tried and True Cone 6 Glaze Recipes: Recipe Cards for our Favorite Mid-Range Pottery Glazes, an assortment of recipes in a convenient recipe-card format, perfect for printing and taking to the pottery studio.
Firing to mid-range, which includes cones 4-7, but most commonly cone 6, is increasingly popular these days. Some folks are reducing their firing temperature because they are thinking more about energy consumption from an environmental standpoint or a purely economical one. Others are just discovering the great potential of this firing range. So, we decided… Read More »
Get the glaze recipe for Matt “B” Glaze, Cone 6 Oxidation.
Get the glaze recipe for Blue Green/Copper Red Glaze, Cone 6 Oxidation or Reduction
Get the glaze recipe for Marilee’s Lava Glaze, Cone 6, oxidation or reduction right here!
Get the glaze recipe for Eggshell Glaze, Cone 6, oxidation right here.
Get Rick Malmgren’s ceramic glaze recipe for Temmoku Glaze, Cone 6, reduction.
Get the glaze recipe for Wright’s Water Blue Glaze, Cone 1–6, Oxidation.
Get the glaze recipe for Floating Blue Glaze Recipe, Cone 6 oxidation.
Get the recipe for Frasca Wood Ash Glaze, Cone 6, oxidation or reduction.