5 lbs. Riverstone Matt Glaze: Green Cone 10 Reduction
Description: This glaze is great on any cone 10 clay body when fired to cone 10 in reduction. The fired color of Riverstone Green has a lot to do with thick or thin application, dip or spray, and, clay body. A thicker application can produce a brighter green. A thinner application on porcelain will create a yellow. And, in some places it breaks brown and moss green. This glaze is considered a sculptural glaze and is best on the outside of functional pottery simple because it will "silver mark".
Mixing; One order equals 5 lbs of dry glaze which makes approximately 1 gallon of liquid glaze. Add water and screen through an 80 mesh screen two times. Works well at 45 - 48 on a hydrometer. If breaks different color where it goes thick to thin.
Application: Dip or Spray.
Firing: Cone 10 reduction.
Important Note: Remember to run a few tests before applying any unfamiliar slip orglaze to lots of work. Take notes. Find the correct application for your work with the way your kiln is being fired.