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Cone 6 Turquoise Glaze

The bottom of my gas kiln runs "cold", so I have started using cone six glazes on the bottom, and cone 9 glazes on the top.  

These recent test tiles of VC 71 base ( Val Cushing ) with additions of copper carbonate yielded some wonderful results. The glaze is a pearl, satin ....very smooth and nice to the touch.

The recipe is as follows:
Custer Feldspar....................   40.0
Frit 3124.............................    9.0
Whiting...............................   16.0
Talc...................................    9.0
EPK....................................    10.0
Flint...................................    16.0

**  I tried additions of 1.5 copper carb, 2.0 copper carb, 2.5 copper carb.
and 3.0 copper carb.   ( really liked the 3.0 addition!)

This works in oxidation or

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