Raw Materials in Cone 10 Reduction

From Utah State University Ceramics Technology Glaze Calculation Class.

Thanks to Shasta Kruger for Photographing, Editing, and Compiling These Images!!!!

Author: mattfiske

My name is Matt and I'm a potter living in Southeast Alaska. I've been an artist/teacher/potter for the past decade, and I got my start in ceramics in high school some 18 years ago. These days I make my living selling wheel thrown pottery that sits at the intersection of ceramics/science/mineralogy/and geology.

3 thoughts on “Raw Materials in Cone 10 Reduction”

  1. Great stuff. Thanks. Not only for this but for all the other useful info you provide on this blog. Will be firing my kiln tomorrow with several soda slip recipes found here.

    1. Thanks Paul. I’d be sharing more, but I’ve got a crazy hectic grad school schedule and little time to document and detail the results coming out of my studio. This update seemed particularly useful and interesting though, so I made time for it! Thanks for looking, expect more of the same in the future!

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