5 lbs. Revised Yana Glaze (dry material)
History: This glaze was originally a formula Tom was given by Mitzu Yanagihara on one of his visits to the US. It's a formula that was formulated for cone 10 oxidation. Over the years this glaze no longer worked well due to the changes in materials. Amy Kline started to change the formula in 2007. This formula is now on it's 6th revision and it's perfect!
Description: This glaze is white with small, whit micro-crystals. It loves a good, cone 10-12 reduction and does a variety of nice, crystal formations when a copper red is lightly misted into it. Or when it's top dipped on the top half of a piece and the bottom half is dipped into something else. The darker image is this glaze dipped over Zach's Black Underglaze. It will do a similar effect over Black Magic Slip.
Mixing: Add water so it's still thick and screen it through (only) a 60 mesh screen. Have this glaze at about 52 on the hydrometer.
Application: Dip or Spray and mist other glazes into it and take notes. It likes a bit of a "fat" application. Not too thick, but decent. Try on test work first before applying to important work.
Firing: Cone 10 - 12 reduction.