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Electric Kilns and Firing (Ceramic Skill Books)

by Harry Fraser

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Pottery firing is not as simple as some 'experts' would have us believe, although there is nothing that should daunt anyone given a little knowledge of the procedures involved. This title details the processes, covering basics such as controlling the kiln temperature and the firing requirements of the products.… (more)
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Pottery firing is not as simple as some 'experts' would have us believe, although there is nothing that should daunt anyone given a little knowledge of the procedures involved. This title details the processes, covering basics such as controlling the kiln temperature and the firing requirements of the products.

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