Chrome tin pinks

Hi all, does anybody have the recipe for Emannuel Cooper's chrome/tin
pink, stoneware glaze, I had it several years ago but can't find it
amongst my papers. It's an unusual glaze, pink where thick and blue in
thinner areas; I believe he called it "Midnight fun". Help please!
Cheers, Andy
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plodder
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Don't suppose you would like to share? I'm curious how it looks compared to MC6 Raspberry....
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DKat
Wow! I've just had a look at 'mastering glazes' and if that's the 'Raspberry' you speak of it's spectacular, is it reduction or oxidised? Andy
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plodder
It is oxidation (if you read they say be careful not to overdo on the chome or it turns a sick yellow I think). I like it when it is transparent and as a dash of decorative color but it can become somewhat opaque and then it is way too much for me. It does look like what you see though and I have never had it not be that color. It does wonderful things with Pennell's Weathered Green. You kind of get an idea on the MC6 web site but for me it can be much more opal.
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DKat
Email sorted out I hope. I think the two glazes( Raspberry and Midnight fun) must have very similar recipes at there base.
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plodder

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