[Clayart] white crackle raku glaze
wetherby.ss at gmail.com
Mon Jul 4 12:26:53 EDT 2016
The following is a two-ingredient raku crackle glaze that the Lockheed
Martin potters have used for years. It is clear, but looks white, applied
on white clay bodies.
Gerstley, 80%; Neph Syenite, 20%. Source/notes:
Source: Pam Summers, Raku Artist in Fort Worth, TX.
Application: Apply to bisque by brushing, dipping or spraying. Allow each
coat to dry till the sheen disappears. Each coat should be the thickness of
a playing card. Dry completely before firing. Protect from dust.
Firing Results: In oxidation glaze is a clear crackle with uncolored
cracks. In redux it is a crackle white with black lines.
Fort Worth, TX
On Mon, Jul 4, 2016 at 10:42 AM, Phyllis Canupp via Clayart <
clayart at lists.clayartworld.com> wrote:
> Hello Clayart Family
> I am looking for a recipe for white crackle raku glaze that is VERY glossy
> and has very large crackles. I used one like this over 20 years ago but can
> no longer find the recipe. The one I used had only 2 ingredients.
> Thank you for your help.
> Phyllis Canupp
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