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Looking for a few great low-fire glaze recipes? Here they are—15 great recipes from 11 professional ceramic artists and available on convenient recipe cards you can print out and take into your studio. No matter what your interest—color, texture, surface effect, majolica or slips—you’re sure to discover something you can use on your work from these successful glazes the pros are using. If you’ve been looking for a new low-fire glaze recipe to use as a base glaze for functional work, or maybe you’re in need of some highly unusual surface treatments, then you’ll find the assortment here covers glossy to matt and crusty to smooth. And by the time you add in all the possible variations through your experiments, your low-fire glaze palette should be teaming with possibilities. And remember, results vary with clay bodies, materials, and firing schedules, so be sure to test all your glazes in small batches using your own materials and equipment. Now get out there and mix up some new low-fire pottery glazes!

 

Here is one of the great glaze recipes you’ll find inside 15 Low-Fire Glaze Recipes from the Pros: Recipe Cards for Low Fire Pottery Glazes:

 

Arthur Halverson's Icy Blue Glaze Recipe - Low Fire - Cone 04

Arthur Halverson’s Icy Blue Glaze Recipe – Click to enlarge!

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Steve Davis-Rosenbaum:

 

Linda Arbuckle’s Majolica Glaze

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Sandra Luehrsen:  Matt Glaze Cone 06   Majolica Overglaze Cone 06-04Sandra Luehrsen:

 

Matt Glaze

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Majolica Overglaze

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Deanna Ranlett: Low-Fire Crystal Glaze Cone 04-02Deanna Ranlett:

Low-Fire Crystal Glaze

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Deanna Ranlett: Love Child Spodumene/Strontium Revision Cone 04-02

Deanna Ranlett:

Love Child Spodumene/Strontium Revision

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Joe Pintz: Hirsh Satin Matt Cone 04-02Joe Pintz:

Hirsh Satin Matt

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Kari Radasch: Kari’s Best Transparent Cone 04-02Kari Radasch:

Kari’s Best Transparent

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Howard Koerth: HK Dry Lithium Base Cone 010-04Howard Koerth:

HK Dry Lithium Base

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Darren Emenau: MNO Lichen Cone 06Darren Emenau:

MNO Lichen

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Joan Bruneau: Black Vitreous Slip Cone 04   Joan Bruneau: Deb’s Clear Glaze Cone 04Joan Bruneau:

Black Vitreous Slip

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Deb’s Clear Glaze

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Gail Kendall: White Slip Cone 06-10   Gail Kendall: Gerstley Borate Base Glaze Cone 03Gail Kendall:

White Slip

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Gerstley Borate Base Glaze

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Lana Wilson: Lana’s Purple Aqua Glaze Cone 06Lana Wilson:

Lana’s Purple Aqua Glaze

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2 Comments on "15 Low-Fire Glaze Recipes from the Pros: Recipe Cards for Low Fire Pottery Glazes"

  1. Jennifer September 12, 2011 at 10:59 am -
    Dear Marea, We get a lot of questions about whether or not a glaze or a particular method is food safe. Our answer is always either “no,” or we refer them to a lab that performs leach tests (there are several). It’s really the only way to verify what your glaze, in your kiln, in your studio is really producing. There are too many variables between different studios, specific materials, mixing and storage methods (the list is long) that can’t be accounted for between different studios. So, mix and fire any glaze you are interested in yourself, and have those tested by a lab. Here is one such lab that has online instructions on how to prepare and submit materials for testing: Brandywine Science Center http://www.bsclab.co…lab_pottery.htm All best, CAD editors
  2. Tuarau September 7, 2011 at 3:53 pm -
    When posting glaze recipes it should be a requirement that all recipes are labeled FOOD SAFE or NOT FOOD SAFE. A lot of potters or beginning potters would find this most helpful. Marea

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