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The Complete Guide to High-Fire Glazes
by John Britt
Average Customer Review: 5.0 
out of 5 stars

With hundreds of recipes for some of the most popular and enduring high-fire glazes used today, this reference will prove a boon to ceramicists who want to master this complex aspect of the art. Author John Britt, who recently served as Clay Coordinator at the respected Penland School of Crafts, has personally tested many of the recipes himself, and carefully reviews every one. He offers a thorough examination of glaze materials, chemistry, and tools, and presents the basics of mixing, application, and firing procedures. There’s specific information on each type of glaze, including copper, iron, shino, salt/soda, crystalline, and more. An exhaustive index of subjects and a separate index of glaze recipes will help ceramicists find what they need, quickly and easily.

Clay-Speak -- Terms, Tips & Techniques for the New Clay Artist
by Judith Enright 4.0 out of 5 stars
Average Customer Review:

Clay-Speak is a handy reference with basic information for anyone interested in exploring the magic of clay. Whether you're new to clay, teaching others, or just curious, "Clay-Speak" is an engaging read, chock full of color photos, cool tips, and more!
 

 

  
Celadon Blues
by Robert Tichane

Ingram
The definitive reference for potters of all skill levels who want to duplicate celadon glazes, one of the oldest and most beautiful high-fire reduction glazes, this guide carefully dissects Chinese glazes and reconstructs them with modern materials. The author offers explanations of the results and techniques. 16-page color section. 150 b&w photos.

Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars

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Ash Glazes
by Robert Tichane

From Library Journal
These two books are good sources of ideas for studio potters. Coakes presents a diverse collection of projects with glaze recipes and tips on technique from 19 potters. Many excellent photographs of additional pieces showcase the artists' work. Tichane has recipes and technical information for the ancient process of glazing with wood ash, which produces an earthy, mottled appearance favored by Asian potters. Tichane has researched the available information on ash glazes and brought it up-to-date for modern potters. This revised edition of a 1987 book has been expanded with an additional section of color photographs. Both books are suitable for crafts collections.
Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.

Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars Based on 1 review
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The Kiln Book: Materials, Specifications & Construction
by Frederick L. Olsen

Book Description
This updated third edition is the definitive guide on kiln design and construction for artisans and artists worldwide.

Author Frederick Olsen draws on 40+ years of experience to offer complete plans and instructions for building kilns of all sizes and purposes.

Includes principles for the design of highly efficient kilns, newly available refractory materials, building methods, flue types and construction, curved and common walls, bricklaying courses and arches. Updates include construction techniques, new kiln designs, as well as new safety equipment.

Hundreds of photos and illustrations detail design and construction of all types of kilns.
Advice on building materials and methods.
Indispensable information for all ceramists.

Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Crystalline Glazes
by Diane Creber

Reviewer: charles looney from Daytona Beach, FL
This is a well written book dealing with crystalline glazes. If you have tried to find material on crystalline glazes you will realize how scarce it is. I have tried four of her glaze formulas and followed her instruction on firing. Results: Two terrific glazes, one very nice glaze, and one which remained underdeveloped.

Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars Based on 2 reviews.
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Copper Red Glazes
by Robert Tichane


Ingram
Potters everywhere will welcome "Copper Red Glazes", the ultimate reference for this tricky but stunning glaze. Finally potters can master ancient secrets without expensive and frustrating experimentation. 50 color photos.
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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