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" BIG BUCKS" WITH ONLY $6.00 INVESTMENT "NO BULL"!!!! by [email protected]
HOW TO TURN $6 INTO $6,000!!!!!! READING THIS COULD CHANGE YOUR LIFE! I found this on a bulletin board and decided to try it. A little while back, I was browsing through newsgroups, just like you are now, and came across an article similar to this that said you could make thousands of dollars...
March 16th 05 07:05 PM
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"Gleco Trap" for sink plumbing? by SpunMud
I just read someone's response to a question regarding the age-old question of how a potter keeps the sink gunk from going into the sewer/septic, and the suggestion was to look into a product called a "Gleco Trap." The poster gave a link that showed it. Anyway, it looks great, IF it works and...
February 6th 05 06:32 PM
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"ned ware"?? by pbhj
I was chatting to someone about a beautiful red-glazed piece which had veins of a purple glaze sprayed on ... I swear they said it was "ned ware". I didn't have my wits about me at the time and so didn't ask "what's that??". Any clues, did I miss-hear? Thanks, pbhj
July 12th 05 01:14 PM
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"Taking a spin at pottery class" by Mike
Taking a spin at pottery class http://www.washtimes.com/entertainment/20041010-102404-8539r.htm
October 12th 04 03:56 PM
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$75.00 slab roller by Pat King
I guess I'll just get some friends to start using this forum. I joined to see if anyone would critique my new web site. I'm building a little wood slab roller and selling it for $75.00. I thought I would get a lot of takers but I'm not having much luck. I thought someone here might go to my...
December 15th 11 07:13 AM
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%?fax Great Bargains On Everything %?fax by Kelly
I discovered a great marketplace for specials, deals and entertainment at http://www.cashdeals4u2save.com ! `E$b:
March 11th 06 06:36 AM
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"Copper Red Glazes" book by Bob Masta
Just got some pottery books from Edward R. Hamilton (www.hamiltonbook.com), including "Copper Red Glazes" by Robert Tichane for only US$4.95. This is a pretty amazing book, since it looks like Tichane has spent a *lot* of time experimenting with these glazes and is graciously sharing his results. ...
November 30th 06 02:44 PM
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"Shaping clay into pottery" by [email protected]
Shaping clay into pottery at http://www.washtimes.com/metro/20061001-114553-5315r.htm
October 2nd 06 02:58 PM
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(Parts)Help with an Amaco wheel needed by [email protected]
I am needing a coupler for a Amaco wheel. Can anyone provide a source? Thanks!
September 8th 06 01:06 AM
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*Really* white porcelain slip? by Robert Galejs
Does anyone have any suggestions on where I might find a *really* white porcelain slip? There are many companies out there selling slip that is named all manner of white, but they all turn out rather gray or yellowish when fired. I mean the kind of white that is the same color as your standard...
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February 24th 04 01:32 AM
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- IMG_0017.jpg (0/1) Help identifying a bowl I just Inherited??? by A-Regular-Joe
Hi, I attched an image of a bowl My wife and I just inherited form a family member. I supposedly came into the family in the 1960's. The bowl bears no markings of any kind. There is a good amount of wear to the gold parts. Its probably Asian?
July 14th 08 02:07 AM
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04 06? by Martin J. Kenny
This question is probably simple with a simple answer. Perhaps it narrows down to will it make a difference to the final product if I bisque porcelain at 06 (usually I do it to 04)? The reason for the question is that there is a terracotta piece already fired to 06. It has some glued wood...
October 7th 03 09:00 PM
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1027 Skutt for sale in SC by Randy[_2_]
I have a 30 year old 1027 Skutt for sale. In good working condition. Replaced all elements and two switches 2 years ago, and some wiring. It is straight wired to my electrical box. In working order. Bricks are in excellent condition. It was occasionally fired to Cone 06 until I got it 5 years...
December 21st 07 01:15 PM
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2 Books by Tsotsi
I have 2 books that may be of interest to readers of this group. Mold Making for Ceramics by Donald E. Frith. Soft. It's in like new condition and has 2 'calculators' in a pocket on the inside cover. & Clay & Glazes for the Potter by Daniel Rhodes.
June 13th 04 07:00 PM
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December 11th 03 09:29 AM
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29 Potters Drowned!! by Horatio
It's true: it happened in 1799 near the Coalport factory and kilns. The whole story is told in a long, sad poem in the book "Coalport: 1750-1950" by the famous novelist, Compton Mackenzie. As a result of an estate sale, I have been asked to auction some books from a private library, including...
February 16th 04 02:40 AM
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6 Hour Woodkiln Bisque by Lee In Mashiko, Japan
I put some photos up: http://potters.blogspot.com/ So you can see the bisque wasn't just small work. Bisqued tsubo, the shop in town wants some new ones. I went slow at first, because I put some plates in that weren't completely dry. Heat rise a little over 100*C / hour for the first...
April 3rd 05 04:41 PM
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9th gen. potter video can be viewed free by Brad Sondahl
I just watched Unbroken Tradition a portrait of Jerry Brown, a ninth generation potter from Hamilton, Alabama. If you have broadband internet, you can watch it too for free at http://folkstreams.net/ It was filmed in 1985-6 but could have been made in the 1800's for the technology employed--hand...
May 24th 05 06:13 AM
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A Few items for auction on ebay - Clarice Cliff, SylvaC by Chris F
Hi, i'm not sure if you have any guideleines regarding advertising in this group or not, but thought you may be interested in some of the items I'm in the process of auctioning on Ebay http://tinyurl.com/hutcb that's the link to my auctions page with all my items on. the china/pottery items are...
September 4th 06 11:58 PM
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A great onestop spot by [email protected]
Here is a site that was definitely worth checking out at http://www.gabbyinc.biz!
February 7th 06 06:24 AM
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