There are few people who will argue that English fine bone china is a standard when it comes to dishware that is a cut above the rest. These beautiful pieces, fashioned out of a mixture of clay and bone ash, have long been considered the ultimate dishes for lavish...

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Now that you've made your first cookie jar, cup or vase you may want to decorate and glaze it. Decorations in pottery are usually stains that are formulated to work well on a fired piece. They are used on the outside of the piece, much like paints, to color the...

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Although you are filled with confidence about creating a beautiful pottery piece, it is best to start from the bottom and try out the easy projects first. After you have mastered some of the easier pottery projects, you can than work your way up to the more difficult tasks. Some...

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Earthenware

Earthenware clay was one of the first clays ever used by potters. In today’s pottery world it has become one of the most commonly used clays due to the wide variety of colors within the class. The colors that can be found in Earthenware are brown, red, orange, medium grey,...

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Chamois

Chamois skin is great for compressing the edges of your pottery. The skin can also be used to smooth any pottery ware that has a rough feel.

Towels

Towels are a necessity in pottery. When you are throwing, it is ideal to wipe your hands occasionally as well as placing the towel...

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