Terranova 2.1 (1/4 lb)

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: $25.00

Terranova2.1 is a highly saturated silver ruby.  A tremendously varied color, it is capable of blues, greens, purples, reds, browns and can produce copper red webs in a reduction flame.  The depth and hue of these colors are dependent on the heat treatment given.  Working hotter or colder, doing a lot of shaping or a little, all of these and more will affect the color.  

 

Work hot, cool and reheat.  Reduce for metallic effects.

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Product Reviews

(10 Ratings, 4 Reviews) Average Rating:
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Beautiful glass!
Melissa Dewey (Chatham, ON) 5/2/2012 7:41 AM
I had two rods. After using 1/4 rod and realizing how fantastic the blues, purples, and burgundies were from this glass, I bought more. Love it!
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Wonderful color!
Linda Wloszczynski (Jacksonville, FL) 4/21/2009 3:02 PM
I love working with this glass - easy to use and a nice range of color.
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one of my favorites
jamie blabaum (cuba city, WI) 1/15/2009 7:08 AM
i am obsessed with this color!!! i have three pounds of it in my studio! and a pound of frit! it is a must have, and really one of my favorites from DH. once you try it you will have three pounds of it too. when i heard from Frantz that they may not be able to get any more i scrambled to every online shop i could find to order as much as i could! but it is back- yeah! i struggled with this color at first- but i was working on a HH- but once i tried it on my minor- well i have three pounds of it- that says enough!
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this color is amazing and so easy!
nagibeads (So Cal, CA) 9/22/2008 11:36 PM
This is a wonderful addition to the DH striking color line! It will turn so many colors from green, blues, purples and deep burgundies. Stunning and so easy. I have gotten purple at garage temps as high as 1058F for 4 hours and as low as 945F for 2 hours. Even the part that doesn't strike in the flame comes out burgundy from the kiln....
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