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There was a recipe I used in community college that changed its shade of blue to green depending on the weather outside and where it was placed in the kiln. The problem is I dont have the recipe and cant get ahold of the professor and want to use it on pieces for my senior show. Does anyone know the recipe for it?

the base of this mug is fishscale with a type of flat black (good black for microwaves- doesnt get hot) and is what im looking for

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Lovely glaze.  I have never heard of fishscale.  I hope someone has the recipe because I would love to try it myself.  Is it a cone 10 glaze?

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its a cone 9-10
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