5 lbs. Chun Glaze. Cone 10 reduction.
Description: This particular Chun came from Paul Davis who is a potter living in Australia. He had gotten this formula during his visit to Japan. It fires out a thick, milky, semi-transparent glaze that pools with bright blue areas and sometimes breaks into crystal formations. It takes other glazes well by spraying or brushing them into this Chun. It also works well over Amy's Color Box of Slips. We also recommend spraying Minty White glaze into this Chun.
Mixing: add water and screen twice thru an 80 mesh screen. It tends to settle a bit. You might add a bit of pool acid to help keep it from settling out. Works well at 45 on a hydrometer.
Application: Dip, Spray. Layers well over Amy's Color Box of Slips. And, it works well with other colors sprayed into it.
Firing: Cone 10 reduction.
Images: Porcelain with Chun Glaze and Lavender Yanagihara sprayed into it. Green Riverstone Matt around the top. There might also be a bit of Sunset Red sprayed into it. The porcelain bowl has Tiki Turquoise with the Chun rolled around it's outer edge.
Note: As with any unfamiliar slip or glaze be sure to test before applying onto important work.