An ash glaze that is high in silica. It produces colors from matte white to a glossy bluish purple.
It produces colors from bright red to burgundy by using minuscule amounts of copper. It is one of the more tricky glazes in high fired ceramics.
It produces a greenish blue to a pinkish blush color. A unique glaze that contains ~ 5% copper.
TEA DUST TEMMOKU:
An iron saturated glaze that produces a brown to black glaze with tiny green specks. It can also produce an olive green if thickly applied.
A simple glaze made of only wood ash and clay. This glaze is one of the oldest glazes known. It is this glaze that gives my pottery its drippy/fluid effect.
Other glazes are used; however, these are the glazes that are used the most. The glazes are greatly affected by the kiln atmosphere and where they are positioned during the firing.