If you’re bored with glazing, working with colored clay is a fun way to get color and pattern onto your … Read More
High-fired vitreous ware, literally as hard and durable as stone. Matures from 2200-2400° F. (cone 5–11).
Charlie and Linda Riggs began experimenting with saggar firing after being disappointed with the results of some of their pit … Read More
Though it would be nice to just mix up a glaze based on a photo and get exactly those results, … Read More
If you have been considering turning your pottery habit into a profession, you have probably pondered “what can I expect … Read More
Terra sigillata is an ultrarefined clay slip that can give a soft sheen when applied to bone-dry wares and, if … Read More