Thursday, February 27, 2014

Table of Cone Temperatures

When I was in Salt Lake City last summer, I happened upon a small ceramics gallery (Red Kiln Pottery). I was initially looking for some glaze that I had ordered from my Provo supplier sounded a little iffy. At worst, I thought, I would end up with the wrong and the right glaze.

Red Kiln didn't have what I needed but they were able to help me understand the temperature ranges (that we use in our ASM workshops) that correlate to the various cones (that real ceramics folks use to gauge their kiln's temperature). It's a document to which I've referred a number of times, and I thought it might be helpful to share out. 

Thanks, Red Kiln!