This glaze was inspired by a similar temmoku a friend showed me.
Using Turner's Celadon as a base (found in John Britt's Cone 10 glaze book) I increased the iron content to turn it into a temmoku.
I also slightly tweaked the wood ash and clay to make it slightly more fluid.
The result is a temmoku that, instead of rusting at the rim, breaks amber. Its half-way between a black celadon and a typical rusty temmoku.
|Kentucky OM #4 Ball Clay||10|
|Mixed wood ash||5|
|Red iron oxide||9|