Glazes Cone 6: 1240 C / 2264 F (Ceramics Handbooks)

Glazes Cone 6: 1240 C / 2264 F (Ceramics Handbooks) Traditionally Potters Fired Their Work Either At Low Temperatures, As For Earthenware, Or At The High Temperature That Stoneware Requires However, A Growing Number Of Potters, Particularly Those Who Use Electric Kilns, Are Firing To A Middle Range Temperature, Of Which Cone Is Typical Using Middle Range Temperatures Saves Fuel And Expense, Reduces Wear On Electric Elements, And Yet Allows The Potter To Achieve Features Shared By Earthenware And Stoneware Because Of The Popularity Of This Technique, Pottery Suppliers Have Recently Begun Developing Clay Bodies And Glazes Suitable For The Temperature RangeIn Glazes Cone Mike Bailey Surveys The Growing Trend In Middle Temperature Firing And Guides The Reader By Practical Knowledge He Discusses A Range Of Different Glazes, Including Special Effects, Glaze Stains, And Underglaze Colors, Giving Both Recipes And Tips For Ensuring Success

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[Reading] ➼ Glazes Cone 6: 1240 C / 2264 F (Ceramics Handbooks) By Michael  Bailey –
  • Paperback
  • 128 pages
  • Glazes Cone 6: 1240 C / 2264 F (Ceramics Handbooks)
  • Michael Bailey
  • English
  • 03 April 2017
  • 9780812217827

10 thoughts on “Glazes Cone 6: 1240 C / 2264 F (Ceramics Handbooks)

  1. says:

    Although a very technical subject, I found this book quite readable A complex subject is explained in a straightforward way, and gives plenty of recipes to try The approach stands out over other books of a similar nature and provides a practical reference to many glazes without resorting to too many commercial stains.I would look forward to a book on Earthenware Glazes by the same author, if one exists.

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