Source/Alternate names: Peter Pinnell
Firing Notes: cool maximum rate to 800C hold 1 hour
Notes: Alisa Clausen: used Johnson Matthey J frit instead of 3134, kaolin instead of china clay. Applied thick. A mat glaze that is well
melted and very smooth surface. The colour is a strong aqua green. The glaze is well covering and has a slight sheen, although mat.
Where it is thicker, has more sheen than where thinner, but green in both areas. Has a lush and thick look overall. Tested same glaze
with ball clay instead of kaolin. Resulted in a very similar glaze, but is slightly darker in overall colour. It is not as uniform in colour or
as bright as the recipe with kaolin. It has an appearance that the aqua colour is higher surface, over a darker ground. With kaolin the
glaze has an even colour, with ball clay, there is more colour play on the surface.
Variation on Pete Pinnell's Weathered Bronze w/o lithium. See Clay Times article
p.19 Mar/Apr. 2004. More of a satin-matt. Breaks white/light green. A
better-behaved raw glaze w/o lithium.
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