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I love the Chun blue that Jessica uses. I know that you made a cone 6 oribe glaze that was cone 10. Do you have a cone 10 Chun blue recipe? My studio is a high fire studio.
You may want to try glazy.org and look for come 10 glazes.
I believe she adapted a cone 10 chun blue to make her cone 6 chun blue. I was wondering what the original chun blue was that she made