The most common colorant used in ceramics, Red Iron Oxide produces a wide range of colors: in oxidation- yellows, browns, red-browns, and blacks; in reduction-blues, grays, greens, and blacks. It disperses more easily in a glaze because it has a finer particle size than black iron. In oxidation it is refractory; in reduction it acts as a flux.
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