"Natural titanium oxide with up to 15% iron oxide. When rutile is used in glazes, creams, yellows and oranges can be produced in association with tin oxide and red iron oxide, and yellow-greens with cobalt oxide and copper oxide."
-The Potter's Dictionary of Materials and Techniques

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A titanium dioxide tan colorant which contains a small amount of iron. Used both for color and its tendency to provide various mottled textures.

This is classified as a Dark Rutile. This is the same mineral as the ceramic grade rutile but this has not been calcined.

Most often used as a specking agent in clays.