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Shelly’s Blue

Shelly’s Blue

Firing temperature : Cone 6 | Surface texture : glossy | Color : turquoise blue | Atmosphere: Oxidation/Neutral

Published in "Glazing Patterns" by Frank James Fisher, in the Nov/Dec 2006 issue of Pottery Making Illustrated.


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  • Lynne M.

    Love this glaze ! However, getting a lot of pin holing with a 2 and 3 layer dip. Any recommendations

  • Sherman H.

    Thanks to Lanse Stover for catching a typo in this recipe! It has 1.5% Copper Carb., not 91.5%
    Good eye, Lanse.
    Sherman Hall—admin

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