Vert jade cendré (Jade green ash glaze)
Hardwood ash(washed) 36%
Custer spar 14.5%
Frit #3134 23%
Lithium carbonate 12%
Black copper oxide 3.5%
Copper Carbonate 80.0
Ferro Frit 4110 16.0
Frit 4064 (Toxic!) 3.0
Comments: beware of lead toxicity! Bisque with glaze to 1000 C, then raku to 850 - 880 C.
Not suitable for tableware!
Mix glaze same day as firing
Apply glaze thickly.
You can tell who is serious about getting good glaze results by seeing who tracks their results. Just like in business. If you want to get serious, get out the glaze journal and record what you are doing when you glaze your work.
For an interesting look with a sprayer: drip latex resist on a piece and let it run down the sides. Spray glaze the piece and fire. When the wax burns away there will be a pattern where the wax ran.
When you are getting started the wide range of colors and textures can seem amazing but also overwhelming. In the beginning - try everything. What you will probably find is you quickly narrow it down to four or five of your favorites. I'll save you some time and tell you some consistent cone 10 glazes that knowledgeable potters use again and again: Shino, Temeku, Celedon, Copper Red, and Leach White.
In the beginning try many glazes as you will find specific applications.