I recently donated this piece to an auction fundraiser for the University Art Gallery at Chico State. This was a new glaze that I had been testing out and I absolutely love it. It is called Chung's Satin Mint and I got the recipe out of The Complete Guide to High-Fire Glazes: Glazing & Firing at Cone 10 by John Britt.
What is amazing to me is how much this glaze changes depending on thickness and atmosphere in the kiln. I got a lot more reds and pinks than I expected. I had a couple of pieces come out completely pink from a heavy reduction and a few pieces that didn't get as much reduction had more greens and yellows.
This piece was thrown with recycled clay and then given a coat of white slip and porcelain slip trailed dots before bisque firing. Lush! I can't wait to do some more work with this glaze. If I have time, I want to take the base and try some other color variations. Fun, fun, fun. I love glazes and glazing!