In reduction, these glazes will be enhanced by the reduction process.¬† Impurities and trace metals in the clay and glaze will react with carbon in the kiln atmosphere to create spotting.¬† Oxides react in various and sometimes spectacular ways.¬† Each firing creates a certain unique quality in the ware.¬†¬†
Read the description carefully to determine whether oxidation or reduction is advised.¬†¬†All are lead free and non-toxic, and may be used on dinnerware when fired properly.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†
An opaque glossy glaze that is a rich blue in areas where the glaze is thicker and brown where it breaks and becomes thinner. For best results Blue Brown should be fired in medium reduction.¬† In oxidation firing it becomes milky yellow.
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