Glaze Mixer Community Glaze Recipes

This section holds glazes that users have chosen to share with the entire GlazeMixer.com community.

The user who enters the recipe can choose to show the actual recipe or keep the recipe secret. This is a great way for artists to share glazes they have worked so hard to create without giving up the actual recipe.

The list currently contains many high-fire glaze recipes, low-fire glaze recipes, raku glaze recipes and mid-range Cone 6 glaze recipes.

New recipes are added every day!


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Racer Celadon 3
Recipe ID:10027
Added By:ROSA
Added On:8/13/2014
Type:High-Fire
Firing Atmosphere:
Cone:10
Description:From Ceramics Monthly, October 2007, Page 44.
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Mere Kari Clear
Recipe ID:10025
Added By:ROSA
Added On:8/13/2014
Type:Low-Fire
Firing Atmosphere:
Cone:03
Description:Revised SWO from the Val Cushing handbook. From Ceramics Monthly June/July/August 2009, Page 53.
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Pete Pinnell's White Slip
Recipe ID:10023
Added By:ROSA
Added On:8/13/2014
Type:Low-Fire
Firing Atmosphere:
Cone:03
Description:For thick brushing slip, add 7% zircopax. If mixing thin, for use as a dunking slip, increase zircopax to 15% in order to maintain opacity. Wait 24 hours before fine-tuning the glaze batch, because the sodium in the nepheline syenite creates a slight deflocculation. From Ceramics Monthly June/July/August 2009, Page 53.
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Radasch Redware
Recipe ID:10022
Added By:ROSA
Added On:8/13/2014
Type:Low-Fire
Firing Atmosphere:
Cone:03
Description:From Ceramics Monthly June/July/August 2009, Page 53.
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Leach's Limestone
Recipe ID:10021
Added By:ROSA
Added On:8/13/2014
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Cone:8
Description:(Cone 8-14). This is a predictable clear glaze that is an excellent liner if fired above Cone 8. If used on the exterior of a piece, it must be fired in a saggar or it tends to shiver. From Ceramics Monthly June/July/August 2005, Page 59.
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Helmer Shino
Recipe ID:10020
Added By:ROSA
Added On:8/13/2014
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Firing Atmosphere:
Cone:8
Description:(Cone 8-14).Depending on placement, this will be glossy or matt orange with dramatic flashing. It will trap carbon on rims or high points. From Ceramics Monthly June/July/August 2005, Page 59.
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Malcom Davis Carbon Trap Shin
Recipe ID:10018
Added By:ROSA
Added On:8/12/2014
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Firing Atmosphere:
Cone:8
Description:(Cone 8-14). This classic glaze should be used with caution in anagamas. If too much ash covers the surface, this glaze will turn an unattractive, bubbly olive green. However, if protected by the ash and fired in heavy reduction, beautiful carbon trapping patterns can develop. The black carbon trapping can be resisted with wax that is brushed on just after glaze application. This glaze is a great candidate for saggar firing. From Ceramics Monthly June/July/ August 2005, Page 58.
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Orange Shino
Recipe ID:10017
Added By:ROSA
Added On:8/12/2014
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Cone:8
Description:(Cone 8-14). This is a great Shino for gas or wood firing. It is somewhat dry at Cone 6 and gets glassier the hotter it gets. No matter how thick this glaze is applied, it will not run. Wood ash tends to accumulate on top of the glaze, rather than melting into it, preserving the dramatic glaze drips that are often desired in anagama firing. The color varies from a light beige to a bright pumpkin orange. From Ceramics Monthly June/July/ August 2005, Page 58.
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Iron slip
Recipe ID:10016
Added By:ROSA
Added On:8/12/2014
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Cone:05
Description:(Cone 05-14). This slip is from David Leach for brushed decoration on porcelain. It can turn beautiful shades of purple and brown in an anagama. If applied too thick, it can have the appearance of burnt plastic. Natural ash tends to turn iron-saturated surfaces green or yellow. From Ceramics Monthly June/July/ August 2005, Page 58.
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Yellow Slip
Recipe ID:10015
Added By:ROSA
Added On:8/12/2014
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Firing Atmosphere:
Cone:05
Description:(Cone 05-14). When applied thick on an iron-bearing clay, this slip turns a bright mustard yellow with white and purple flashing. On lighter clay bodies, it flashes orange and pink with touches of yellow. Since it begins to mature at temperatures as low as Cone 05, it looks beautiful in any kiln zone. This slip also is enhanced by natural deposits. From Ceramics Monthly June/July/ August 2005, Page 58.
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