A Shino glaze is an umbrella term for a category of pottery glazes that range in color from milky white to orange and even charcoal gray. Chino glazes add a very pretty luster to pottery pieces and are made using a carbon trap, or trapping carbon in the glaze during kiln firing.
If you want to take your vases to the next level then try out the Shino glaze as presented in this two part tutorial by master potter Simon Leach. He'll go through the process slowly so you won't miss a beat.
This glaze is for stoneware in reduction cone 9-10.
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