I bought a beautiful glaze called Green Pooling Blue from Glazemixer.com. It had been posted there without a recipe listed. Now Glazemixer is defunct and I'm looking for someone who knows the recipe for this lovely glaze. It is very runny. I use it on the inside of gloss-white glazed pots and it is greenish blue pooling to a blue that looks like the depths of the sea. If you know of it, I would greatly appreciate the information since it's one of my favorite glazes.
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