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FA: huge, 2-piece polish pottery serving tray/bowl. by Al
I've got a nice piece of Polish pottery for auction. This is a really nice set. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3721268566&category=1044&sspagename=STRK%3AMESSE%3AIT&rd=1
May 4th 04 05:17 PM
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pottery wheels by Alan & Marti
I am living in the Durham NC area and looking for a pottery wheel for my wife's anniversary present. She was a ceramics major in college, so I want something that is good enough for a skilled potter. Anyone have any suggestions on type/manufacturer/stores to buy from? I'd also be interested in...
August 10th 04 01:56 PM
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pottery skills by alan morgan
Just retired and would like to take up pottery aas a pastime or hobby. Any ideas please. Web sites, books etc. Alan.
January 16th 05 08:09 PM
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Reduction fired luster glazes? by Alan Walker
Does anyone have any glaze recipes or recommendations for firing conditions? I am particularly interested in Arabian luster of Moorish luster. TIA Alan
October 26th 03 08:17 AM
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Pottery magazines? by Alan Walker
Which pottery magazines do you read, especially for materials and techniques? If anyone replies, please mention which country you are in :) Cheers A
November 10th 03 11:50 PM
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Unique Jar from Portugal by alecrimaosmolhos
Hello, If you are a collector just watch this item: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2662755169&category=1044 Thank You Alecrim
October 6th 03 11:36 PM
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Have you seen a piece of pottery with incrusted stones? (Portugal) by alecrimaosmolhos
Hello, Do you like portuguese pottery? Just visit this item: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2667512006&category=1044#ebayphotohosting Thanks Alecrim
October 30th 03 10:50 PM
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News or forum server in french ? by Alex
Hi all, Is someone knows about a news or forum server on pottery in french ? Thanks for your help. Best regards.
September 14th 03 12:36 AM
by Steve Mills Go to last post
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Mugs in England by Alex Hargreaves
Does anyone know where to get colored or white plain mugs suitable for water slide decal decoration?
February 8th 04 10:24 AM
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Hymus 3M kiln for sale UK by Alex Hargreaves
Hi everyone, I have a large electric 2 Phase kiln made by hymus 3M. Its just gone up on eBay, item no. 8134724563 it ends on Oct 06, don't miss out!
September 26th 04 05:52 PM
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Help! Asbestos! by Alex Hargreaves
Hi, I've been trying to sell my kiln a large Hymus 3M 2 phase kiln. However i found out from one of the engineers i was trying to sell it to that the panels are made from asbestos. No immediate threat to my health unless i attack it with a hammer but it explains why no-one will touch it. Have I...
June 29th 04 11:24 PM
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How much propane? by Alex S
If I am firing stoneware in a propane kiln of 8 cubic feet (something I am thinking about) does anyone have a ball park idea of how much propane might be required per firing? Sort of related to this, and apologies for going over old ground, I am interested in the idea of the "greenest" approach...
July 5th 07 03:27 PM
by STEPHEN MILLS Go to last post
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sharpening trimming tools by Alexis Yildir
Hello all, I have read that the sharper the trimming tool, the better the trim but how do I go about sharpening my tools (Kemperer)? Thank you in advance for sharing your advice and experience. Alexis in Winnipeg, Manitoba
November 12th 03 12:25 AM
by Steve Mills Go to last post
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Arts and Handicrafts in Russia by alex_traveller
I found www.stpeterburger.com which sell Russian arts and handicrafts...i loved it a lot..but i ve never used i nternet shop...does anybody knows how does they work? is it secure and reliable? Alex
March 18th 06 10:08 AM
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single firing ash glazes by ali
Does anyone out there single fire ash glazes? As far as getting the slop to stay on the pot there are no problems, the problem is that as, in my experience, ash glazes are nicest when applied nice and thick, the glaze water soaks onto the pot wall and causes cracking. I'm guessing that I could get...
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April 16th 05 02:58 PM
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single firing/raw glazing group by alipotter
Hi just to let you all know that a new group has been set up to help exchange on issues of once firing glazed ware. All those interested are welcome. http://groups.google.com/group/pottery-single-firing All the best, Alistair.
June 21st 06 09:27 PM
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wheel advice by alistair
hello, I'm thinking of buying a shimpo RK10 with remote pedal. Can anyone fill me in with pro's or cons of this machine? How is it from stationary to very slow speeds? Does the fact that the pedal is remote, change in any way the performance? what is the drive system? it says in the brochure that...
September 11th 04 06:09 AM
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ash glazes by alistair
does anyone have any advice concerning ash glazes? The particular problem I am encountering is when applying the glaze to the bisc, having it retract and crack up, this can (not always) make for bare patches. The problem seems to be mosre so when superposing (in this case on a tenmokou). Any advice...
September 25th 04 07:06 PM
by Slgraber Go to last post
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Thomas Stewart wheels: your opinion? by Allen Steen
What is your opinion of Thomas Stewart wheels? How do they compare with the other brands? What do you think of their customer service? Thanks for your help, Allen Steen
May 24th 04 05:17 PM
by Janet Price Go to last post
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fire bricks by Alpinekid
Hi, I just got a bunch of "fire bricks" given to me. I'm guessing that they might be refractory bricks and good to make a kiln with. I dont know much about the different types of bricks. I seem to have three kinds, 1) brand new, bright white, sort of light in weight, and fragile 2) new darker,...
October 25th 03 03:37 PM
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