Here are my new color palette’s test results. Not happy at all for the earthenware temperature tests, but stoneware colors are brilliant! They the lovely translucency what water colors have. Might have to make some difficult compromises, because the higher I firer my ceramic pieces, the bigger risks there might be with twisting/cracking or some other unpleasant surprises if I have not built my work well.
Earthenware 1060-1080 °C – Used own stains. The colors are not bright, and they look a bit dirty. Vintage stains from 1926’s after earthenware firing 1060-1080 °C. All the reds still turned brown or burned away, and all the colors looks that they have not meted well. Except brown one looks quite great for my opinion.