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Fantastic pair (2) of signed knotted handle pottery cups. One is blue, and the other is tan. Beautiful smooth surfaces. Extremely comfortable to hold. These measure approx. 4 1/2" wide (including handle), 3 1/4" across the mouth, and 4 3/8" tall. Excellent condition with the exception of one tiny surface chip on the blue cup opposite the handle; virtually unnoticeable unless looking for it. A great "table for two" set of mugs for the cool Fall days ahead! SHIPPING COST IS AN ESTIMATE. IF YOU…
Tips and Techniques: Hand Building Pottery Alfredo Ratinoff There are two broad methods of pottery, hand building and wheel throwing that give very different ways to create pottery. Here at The Smithsonian Associates in our studio art classes we teach hand building. Here are a few terms that can help you learn the technique. Pinching: This is one of the oldest, simplest and most direct ways of shaping clay. Pinch Pots are created by patiently and steadily poking, pinching and pulling a lump…
Trying to throw make a perfect clay pottery sphere / ball vase on the wheel
I was asked to try to make a round ball shape on the wheel by one of my viewers ,so here it is. Not the best effort as the hole went a bit wonky at the end b...
Pottery Video of the Week: Using Plastic to Make Handbuilding with Thin Slabs Easier | Ceramic Arts Daily
Most master potters have at least one signature piece or technique that they are known for. These signature pieces embody years of study, practice, and refinement, and demos of these pieces are often requested by workshop attendees. That’s why we decided to start a new series of CAD videos that focuses on in-depth demonstrations... Read More »
Terra Sigillata 101: How to Make, Apply & Troubleshoot Terra Sigillata
If you've been intrigued by terra sigillata, today's post is for you. Sumi von Dassow gives the low-down on terra sigillata, from mixing, to applying, to burnishing, and, of course, troubleshooting. She also shares a number of terra sigillata recipes.
Making Multiples: Using Templates to Throw Uniform Shapes on the Pottery Wheel - Ceramic Arts Network
Today, potter Bill Schran explains how he makes and uses templates to throw multiples on the pottery wheel. Making multiples has never been easier!
WORKING WITH COLORED SLIPS | Chris Campbell
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