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Wild Rose Temmoku

This was my first grid glaze test. I hadn't attended Ian's workshop yet. I worked out the corner glazes for this grid using Glazchem software. To make the little squares to hold the glazes, I just pushed the end of a square piece of wood into a slab of clay. It's not as consistent as making grid tiles from a plaster slab, but it worked.

The inspiration for this glaze came from some discussions I was having on Clayart with Jan Walker. We were discussing slow cooling and iron reds. There was a glaze called Gibby's Wild Rose Temmoku being discussed at that time and that inspired the fluxes in corner C of the grid,


Download the recipes for this grid here.