Helene Stolzenberg on fri 23 jul 99
sorry I don't have a tin recipe but terra sig is my love, so any recipe
that you'd like to share, would be appreciated.
Alisa and Claus Clausen on wed 3 nov 99
Ball clay mixed together with =22Calgon=22 is frequently used to burnish =
Is that a terra sig.?
I have no experience at all using that, only engobe, which I make from ...ta
da...the clay I am currently
using. Is it the calgon that gives luster?
Alisa in clean clay Denmark.
Vince Pitelka on thu 4 nov 99
>Ball clay mixed together with "Calgon" is frequently used to burnish pots here.
>Is that a terra sig.?
>I have no experience at all using that, only engobe, which I make from ...ta
>da...the clay I am currently
>using. Is it the calgon that gives luster?
Some information on terra sig which I wrote is posted on Tony Hansen's IMC
webpage, located at http://digitalfire.com/education/glaze/terasig.htm
It might answer some of your questions.
Good luck -
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Rogier Donker on thu 20 jul 06
Those interested in TS, might want to read the Terra Sig story on my
web site (Scroll down a little on the Pottery page). If you find
yourself intrigued... let me know ...I have a few pounds of the
original Turkish stuff left...
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