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artistic ceramic of sicily by [email protected]
HISTORY OF TRINACRIA THE SYMBOL OF SICILY Not only people there, but anyone visiting the region, SICILY, enters immediately in contact with a symbol that flutter on banners institutions spreading colors and deeds of a legendary and ancient people, is the TRINACRIA. E SICILIA TRINACRIA have no...
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Book Recommendation : "Clay" by Suzanne Staubach by Bob Masta[_2_]
I just finished this book and thought the group might be interested. I got mine from Hamilton Books for $4.95. Here is the direct link: http://www.hamiltonbook.com/hamiltonbook.storefront/497072cd000df720271d424d36d60672/Export/products/7031599 The description (from the above link): "CLAY:...
January 16th 09 01:24 PM
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Insight Digital Fire Software is great! by dkat
I (after a direct request) got Insight as a Holiday gift and want to announce what a great piece of software this is. I write software myself for a living and have made my own little program for comparing glazes or adjusting formulas but it does not come close to the power of this software....
December 27th 08 11:22 PM
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Any way to patch cracks / chips in pottery butter dish? by Square Peg
My wife has a butter dish that she has had longer than she's had me. It's some kind of pottery with a glaze finish. Made in Italy. Recently, a small piece of the finish chipped off. It's in the middle of the base where the butter sits. The finish is shiny white. The material underneath, now...
December 26th 08 06:21 PM
by dkat Go to last post
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clayart back up by janet
Clayart is back up. If you subscribed or changed your email since 2005, you will need to re-subscribe to it at Just put subscribe clayart in the body of the message, nothing else. You will get a confirmation message that tells you how to confirm your request. Just...
December 24th 08 01:24 PM
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clayart by janet
Just got this message and thought it would be good to post it here. Janet Ceramicists, I've set up a new list on the new domain ceramicist.org. You're on it. Welcome.
December 20th 08 03:14 AM
by dkat Go to last post
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ITC-213 cement - need an ounce or less by WKW
I have a couple of nice soldering stations with burned out elements that I need to rewind. I found the nichrome wire I need cheap on eBay, but now I need something to insulate it from the metal. After doing some research, I came across ITC-213 refractory cement which seems to be ideal, but only...
December 18th 08 05:45 AM
by WKW Go to last post
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A Simple, Practical Control System for Ceramic Kilns by BoysMind Books
Free booklet tells how combining "obsolete" controls provides equally good results at a fraction of the cost of "high tech" solutions. Happiness and success in kiln firing means consistently achieving good results from low cost, easy to use equipment that operates reliably and efficiently. Too...
November 17th 08 01:37 AM
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Maccabee Cone 5 Clay by Mel[_2_]
I just started using Maccabee Cone 5 Clay and find all my thinner pieces warp on drying (before I bisque them). Is this a common problem eith this clay and how can I correct it.
November 16th 08 11:21 PM
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A new web portal for crafters by red46
I've just finished the new web portal. Eventually it will completely replace judysbookshop.com. This new portal is mainly for the promotion of crafters and ceramist, in selling their own products. You can build your own profile page, keep a journal, post to the events calendar, submit articles on...
November 10th 08 04:24 PM
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FA: Nice Pottery and ceramic Books on eBay by Marco Milazzo
I'm selling some very nice pottery books on ebay. I'm adding items each day, but here's what I have listed so far: Smashing Glazes - 53 Artists Share Insights and Glaze Recipes: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&item=330284186798 Practical Solutions for...
November 10th 08 02:10 AM
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cheap clay by simple
I am retiring from my day job and moving out of state to pursue a life fishing, pottery and just plain doing nothing. I am clearing out my storage shed. I have 700 lbs of cone 6 clay in 50 lb boxes. Standard Ceramics brown, dark brown and B-mix. $35 for all of it. You have to pick it up. No...
October 22nd 08 02:56 AM
by Elderberry Blossom Go to last post
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For the girl's by QueenOfCoupons
Check this out ladies... I can't start to tell you coupons I found. Thousands to print at a push of a button. Has to be the easiest thing for us moms. Coupons,promotion codes and rebate offers, This thing is GREEEEAT believe me. At least go to the link below and decide for yourself. Regards Mary...
October 21st 08 11:15 PM
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For the girl's by QueenOfCoupons
Check this out ladies... I can't start to tell you coupons I found. Thousands to print at a push of a button. Has to be the easiest thing for us moms. Coupons,promotion codes and rebate offers, This thing is GREEEEAT believe me. At least go to the link below and decide for yourself. Regards Mary...
October 21st 08 11:13 PM
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Help for our categories, please! by freddiefrog
Hello all, Excuse me barging in, I am hoping you experts can help. I am the Network Manager for Kaqoo. We are introducing an "Arts & Crafts" "Ceramics & Pottery" category and I wish to know which sub- categories I should place into the category. I am sure many of you buy or sell online and...
October 20th 08 03:26 PM
by dkat Go to last post
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I use and love CMC. It does the same. by Roxanne
I use and love CMC. It does the same. There are other substances that are used for this too ..vee gum? vee gum cer? Ask at your supplier? Rox in OR Play is the essence of creativity - Carl Jung
October 19th 08 06:21 PM
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liquid starch in glazes by [email protected]
I have used liquid laundry starch in my glazes for a number of years. It harden the dried surface and nearly eliminates glaze 'powdering' on kiln shelves. Also makes brush decoration much easier. Now I can't locate the liquid starch in any stores in may city. It seems starch is not used in our...
October 19th 08 12:17 AM
by Elaine Coggins[_3_] Go to last post
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The most hysterical picture I have ever seen! by Boris Underhill
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October 16th 08 11:10 PM
by Boris Underhill Go to last post
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FA Dorset Country Pottery ceramics history Verwood by Alys
Dorset Country Pottery, The Kilns of the Verwood District by Jo Draper & Penny Copland-Griffiths,in as new condition, large format, 192 pages. Superb history of the country pottery of Dorset ,and in particular the Verwood area.Hugely...
September 28th 08 09:54 PM
by Alys Go to last post
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Definitions of Food Safe by Elaine Stutt
I know we're not too active here but i'd be interested in your definition of food safe and how you determine if a glaze or particular piece of pottery is food safe. Anyone reading this in the next month or so feel free to chime in. Thanks, Elaine
September 24th 08 01:22 AM
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