Japanese Ceramics. The Six Old Kilns Refers to the six traditional medieval pottery centers of Japan. Shigaraki Bizen Tanba Echizen Seto Tokoname.

The Six Old Kilns Refers to the six traditional medieval pottery centers of Japan.

Tea Bowl Hamada Shōji  (Japanese, 1894–1978) Date: ca. 1935 Medium: Stoneware Dimensions: H. 3-1/8, W. 4-1/2 inches (7.9 x 11.4 cm) Classifi...

Tea Bowl Hamada Shōji (Japanese, Date: ca. 1935 Medium: Stoneware Dimensions: H.

Great Video for Converting Electric Kiln to Gas - Watch this ceramics tutorial by potter Simon Leach to learn how to turn your old electric kiln into a snazzy new propane gas kiln.    The conversion takes a bit of time but you'll be able to save on your energy bill while creating your most beloved ceramics. Watch the video to get the how-to.

How to Convert an old electric kiln into a propane gas kiln

How to Convert an old electric kiln into a propane gas kiln « Ceramics & Pottery :: WonderHowTo

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Tips for Making, Firing, and Finishing Saggars and Saggar Fired Pottery in a Raku Kiln - Ceramic Arts Network

Fine Mess Pottery: January 2012 Good site, lots of images

Matthew Hyleck · Ceramic Artist · Gallery Love the colors!

MASHIKO Shoji Hamada 1960s Vintage NEW Old STOCK Japanese RARE Huge POTTERY VASE

MASHIKO Shoji Hamada 1960s Vintage NEW Old STOCK Japanese RARE Huge POTTERY VASE

John's Beads cone 6 75 Nepheline Syenite 20 Light Magnesium Carbonate   3 Ball clay   2 Zinc Oxide  The only thing you need to to is watch the application. I had the Sp. Gr. at 125. And did two dips with some pouring.

John's Beads cone 6 75 Nepheline Syenite 20 Light Magnesium Carbonate 3 Ball clay 2 Zinc Oxide The only thing you need to to is watch the application. I had the Sp. at And did two dips with some pouring.

The Glazeitorium is a free resource for glaze information that includes images, recipes, and a forum for discussion. Based off the glaze pallet of Tara Hagen the Glazeitorium houses glaze that have been tested in electric and soda kilns at cone 10 as well as a new selection of cone 6 electric glazes.

fired in a cone 6 electric kiln on white stoneware Opaque Semi Matt Glaze 6 (from The Complete Book of Clay and Glazes) Custer feldspar

Chrome oxide or Cr2O3 is a common studio material that can help produce beautiful colors in the kiln. But it can be quite challenging to perfect. So, in the November 2012 Technofile department in Ceramics Monthly, John Britt, one of our expert glaze guys, gives the low down on how to get chrome right. In today’s post, I am sharing... Read More »

Chrome oxide or is a common studio material that can help produce beautiful colors in the kiln. But it can be quite challenging to perfect.

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