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  • Pottery, Kilns, Glazes and Accessories, Clays, Raw Materials, Casting Slips and more - Bath Potters Supplies
    Bamboo Ribs Wooden Ribs Stamps And Rollers MKM Stamps4Clay MKM Rollers4Clay MKM HandRollers4Clay MKM FingerRollers MKM PADDLES Indian Wooden Clay Stamps Number Letter Stamps Impression Mats Rollers Potters Knives Stainless Steel Tools Forged Steel Tools Turning Tools Ball End Tools Metal Scrapers Rubber Kidneys Textured Ribs Horn Tools Slip Trailers Sponges Diddlers Sponges Diddlers And Sponge Sticks Clay Wire And Crimps Coilers Handled Wires Hole Cutters Potters Pins Rasps Sculpture Tools Tool Sets Stem Turning Tools Mini Strip Tools Strip Tools Wipe Out Tools Plastic Tools Calipers Clay Gun Cutters Metal Cutters Plastic Cutters Plastic Plunger Cutters Bow Harps Magnets Natches Miscellaneous Tools Budget Range Brushes Ribs Stem Turning Tools Hole Cutters Metal Scrapers Steel Modelling Tools Kilns Wheels Equipment Kilns Wheels Equipment Wheels Nabertherm Kilns Rohde Kilns Potterycraft Kilns Other Kilns Potclays Kilns Pyramid Kilns Blungers Sifters Pugmills Sedimentation Basin Slab Rollers Slip Prepartion Spray Booths Spray Guns Complete Pizza Oven Kit Kiln Building Firing Kiln Furniture Ceramic Stilts Metal Stilts Spurs Metal Pointed Stilts Orton Cones Firing Accessories Building Repair Controllers Pyrometers Thermocouples And Sets Tile Setter Cranks Burners Bisque Bisque Tiles Bisque Ware Workroom Equip Miscellaneous Throwing Batts Containers Utensils Banding Wheels Turntables Clay Extruders Tile Cutters Sieves Sale Clays Glaze Body Stains Brush On Glazes Sale Second Hand Books Ceramic Review Glaze Powders Dipping Glazes Oxides Onglaze Powder Tools COURSES Crafts Jewellery Findings Brooch Backs Hangers Cork Glue Jewellery Boxes Knives Milliput Key Rings Teapot Handles Plastic Stoppers Books Biographies Historical Decoration Design General Glass Glazes Technical Kilns Firing Sculpture Specific Techniques Tiles Ceramic Review Ceramic Monthly Bath Potters Gift Vouchers Shop by Brand Select a Brand AMACO Argiles Bisbal AXNER BENTRUP BOTZ BPS GLADSTONE H E SMITH MAYCO MUDTOOL NABERTHERM ORTON POTCLAYS POTTERYCRAFTS PYROTEC Roderveld ROHDE SHIMPO SPECTRUM STAFFORD TERRACOLOR Browse Collections Select Collection Gifts

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  • Pottery, Kilns, Glazes and Accessories, Clays, Raw Materials, Casting Slips and more - Bath Potters Supplies
    Wire Double Ended Loop Tools Fine Wire Loop Tools Decorating Clean Up Tools Bamboo Tools Bamboo Ribs Wooden Ribs Stamps And Rollers MKM Stamps4Clay MKM Rollers4Clay MKM HandRollers4Clay MKM FingerRollers MKM PADDLES Indian Wooden Clay Stamps Number Letter Stamps Impression Mats Rollers Potters Knives Stainless Steel Tools Forged Steel Tools Turning Tools Ball End Tools Metal Scrapers Rubber Kidneys Textured Ribs Horn Tools Slip Trailers Sponges Diddlers Sponges Diddlers And Sponge Sticks Clay Wire And Crimps Coilers Handled Wires Hole Cutters Potters Pins Rasps Sculpture Tools Tool Sets Stem Turning Tools Mini Strip Tools Strip Tools Wipe Out Tools Plastic Tools Calipers Clay Gun Cutters Metal Cutters Plastic Cutters Plastic Plunger Cutters Bow Harps Magnets Natches Miscellaneous Tools Budget Range Brushes Ribs Stem Turning Tools Hole Cutters Metal Scrapers Steel Modelling Tools Kilns Wheels Equipment Kilns Wheels Equipment Wheels Nabertherm Kilns Rohde Kilns Potterycraft Kilns Other Kilns Potclays Kilns Pyramid Kilns Blungers Sifters Pugmills Sedimentation Basin Slab Rollers Slip Prepartion Spray Booths Spray Guns Complete Pizza Oven Kit Kiln Building Firing Kiln Furniture Ceramic Stilts Metal Stilts Spurs Metal Pointed Stilts Orton Cones Firing Accessories Building Repair Controllers Pyrometers Thermocouples And Sets Tile Setter Cranks Burners Bisque Bisque Tiles Bisque Ware Workroom Equip Miscellaneous Throwing Batts Containers Utensils Banding Wheels Turntables Clay Extruders Tile Cutters Sieves Sale Clays Glaze Body Stains Brush On Glazes Sale Second Hand Books Ceramic Review Glaze Powders Dipping Glazes Oxides Onglaze Powder Tools COURSES Crafts Jewellery Findings Brooch Backs Hangers Cork Glue Jewellery Boxes Knives Milliput Key Rings Teapot Handles Plastic Stoppers Books Biographies Historical Decoration Design General Glass Glazes Technical Kilns Firing Sculpture Specific Techniques Tiles Ceramic Review Ceramic Monthly Bath Potters Gift Vouchers Viewing Homepage About Us About Us Bath Potters Supplies is a family run company with a knowledgeable friendly team we are passionate about delivering a first class service in everything for working with ceramics We pride ourselves on our huge range of products we have a vast range of clays glazes tools equipment and books We strive to keep our range fresh and evolving so we are adding and updating our lines constantly We regularly price watch to ensure that our prices are always competitive We stock Spectrum Botz Amaco Terracolour Scarva and Mayco brands in glazes as well as our ever popular range of own glazes and slips which is being developed all the time Our range of clays is most comprehensive including clays from Europe as well as the UK We aim to keep a tonne of each clay in stock at any time in short we have everything from the Potteries and more under one roof Our website is a very user friendly place for buying everything you require for ceramics It has helpful tips and product information too in the useful information section We offer an excellent same day dispatch next day delivery on orders placed before 3pm Our shop is a lovely place to visit with our clays and glazes on display along with tools

    Original URL path: http://www.bathpotters.co.uk/about-us/i2 (2016-04-28)
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  • Pottery, Kilns, Glazes and Accessories, Clays, Raw Materials, Casting Slips and more - Bath Potters Supplies
    Boxes Knives Milliput Key Rings Teapot Handles Plastic Stoppers Books Biographies Historical Decoration Design General Glass Glazes Technical Kilns Firing Sculpture Specific Techniques Tiles Ceramic Review Ceramic Monthly Bath Potters Gift Vouchers Viewing Homepage Delivery Returns Delivery Returns Postal Charges These charges are based on the actual weight of goods purchased and make no allowance for the additional weight of packing and insurance For goods purchased weight not over Postal charges are only in our control with regard to the packing element Additional Signed For Guaranteed Saturday services are available but will require individual quotes As do international services Royal Mail First Class Delivery Prices 0g 750g 3 70 Up to 1kg 5 30 Fedex Delivery Prices for heavier parcels 2kg 6kg 8 00 6kg 25kg 10 00 25kg 50kg 15 00 50kg 75kg 25 00 75kg 100kg 29 00 Pallet Charges For deliveries in England and Wales greater than 60 miles from Bath and up to 1 tonne in weight we charge 70 00 For a small pallet from 250kg 500kg we charge 50 00 Other areas e g Scottish Highland I O Wight Channel Islands prices on application Delivery information We have tried to minimise carriage costs by using selected hauliers and our own vehicle wherever possible to help ensure a competitive and good quality service If access is very restricted you must notify us as a special delivery vehicle may be needed This may incur a surcharge please enquire Delivery of most consignments would normally include offloading from the vehicle but not taking into customers premises unless otherwise agreed With larger amounts and especially with kilns equipment special assistance may be required This must be discussed and agreed with us in advance Delivery will be to the nearest practicable point to the customers premises We can deliver Monday to Friday only No deliveries at public bank holidays Delivery Notification When ordering please advise us of your telephone number and fax number email address if available Please inform us of any shutdown periods to avoid the risk of extra re delivery charges We will endeavour to give advance warning of delivery With several deliveries on one lorry however unexpected delays due to weather conditions breakdowns traffic etc may cause some disruption to schedules In the event that we are unable to supply your goods within thirty days we will inform you immediately and advise you of the expected delivery date Outstanding orders items can be cancelled at any time In the event of any goods delivered by us being damaged in transit deficient of items shown on the delivery note or failing to match the items ordered by you then such details must be notified by you to us within seven working days of receipt If we receive no such notification the customer will be deemed to have accepted the items Returns and exchanges Return Policy In the unlikely event that a parcel arrives damaged or faulty please contact us on 01761 411077 Monday to Friday 9am to

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  • Pottery, Kilns, Glazes and Accessories, Clays, Raw Materials, Casting Slips and more - Bath Potters Supplies
    Homepage Useful Information Useful Information STANDARD OPENING HOURS 9 5 MON FRI FIRST SAT OF MONTH 9 1 30 PLEASE CHECK OPENING TIMES FOR BANK HOLIDAY WEEKENDS Some notes on clays and firing All our clay bodies are in plastic form and most sold in 12 5Kg bags apart from paper clay which comes in 5Kg bags and Southern ice which comes in 9 25Kg bags When stored in a cool but frost free environment free from draughts and direct sunlight the clays will retain their condition indefinitely Glaze suitability Firing temperatures We recommend biscuit firing at 1000 1060 deg C followed by a glaze firing at a higher temperature which matures both the clay and the glaze at the same time Each clay and each glaze is listed with its firing range When selecting a glaze for use with a particular clay it is important to select one with a firing range above the lower temperature given for the clay If this is not done the clay will be under fired and the glaze may craze Alternatively you could biscuit fire the clay above the lower figure given for the clay then glaze fire to the firing range of the selected glaze however this method could cause difficulty with glaze pick up when dipping although this can be overcome by adding Magnesium Sulphate to the glaze which assists suspension and application to relatively vitreous biscuit ware Firing rate The optimum rate depends on the thickness of the pots and clay type e g thin cast and grogged bodies can be fired quicker than thrown and and ungrogged ones Ideally biscuit firings would be slower than 100 deg C per hour up to200 deg C and 100 200 deg C per hour beyond that point and ending in a short soak Glaze firings should be at 100 deg C 130 deg C per hour but at 100 deg C per hour maximum from 700 1100 deg C with high carbon ball clay or fire clay based bodies If clays are fired above their vitrification point then bloating is likely Bloating may also result from insufficient biscuit firing or too fast firing in the later stages of glost firing Over long firings may give excess heat work and cause bloating Firing notes on lustres and enamels Lustres These are usually fired at cone 018 to cone 016 720 deg C 790 deg C especially when applied over earthenware glazes However there can be a problem when using the lustres over high fired stoneware glaze when there is a tendency for the lustre to rub off In this case one will have to fire a bit higher to soften the glaze but not so high that it starts to sinter the first stage in melting which results in a harsh roughened surface The highest we have had to go is cone 013 860 deg C In this case it was gold FE3 and blue lustre on a satin matt stoneware glaze This

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  • Pottery, Kilns, Glazes and Accessories, Clays, Raw Materials, Casting Slips and more - Bath Potters Supplies
    Fire Glaze Stains 900 C upto 1300 C Raku Glazes BPS Raku Brush On Glazes Spectrum Raku Glazes Metals Lustres Tools Hardwood Modelling Tools Wooden Modelling Tools Fine Wood Modelling Tools Modelling Tools BRUSHES BRUSH SETS Fine Point Shader Brushes Hake Brushes Splatter Brush Chinese Pipe Brushes Detail Liners Glaze Mops Chinese Brushes Cut Line Banders with Quill Flat Laquer Brushes Sieve Lawn Stippling Brushes Loop Tools Coiled Ribbon Single Ended Loop Tools Coiled Ribbon Double Ended Loop Tools Coiled Wire Double Ended Loop Tools Fine Wire Loop Tools Decorating Clean Up Tools Bamboo Tools Bamboo Ribs Wooden Ribs Stamps And Rollers MKM Stamps4Clay MKM Rollers4Clay MKM HandRollers4Clay MKM FingerRollers MKM PADDLES Indian Wooden Clay Stamps Number Letter Stamps Impression Mats Rollers Potters Knives Stainless Steel Tools Forged Steel Tools Turning Tools Ball End Tools Metal Scrapers Rubber Kidneys Textured Ribs Horn Tools Slip Trailers Sponges Diddlers Sponges Diddlers And Sponge Sticks Clay Wire And Crimps Coilers Handled Wires Hole Cutters Potters Pins Rasps Sculpture Tools Tool Sets Stem Turning Tools Mini Strip Tools Strip Tools Wipe Out Tools Plastic Tools Calipers Clay Gun Cutters Metal Cutters Plastic Cutters Plastic Plunger Cutters Bow Harps Magnets Natches Miscellaneous Tools Budget Range Brushes Ribs Stem Turning Tools Hole Cutters Metal Scrapers Steel Modelling Tools Kilns Wheels Equipment Kilns Wheels Equipment Wheels Nabertherm Kilns Rohde Kilns Potterycraft Kilns Other Kilns Potclays Kilns Pyramid Kilns Blungers Sifters Pugmills Sedimentation Basin Slab Rollers Slip Prepartion Spray Booths Spray Guns Complete Pizza Oven Kit Kiln Building Firing Kiln Furniture Ceramic Stilts Metal Stilts Spurs Metal Pointed Stilts Orton Cones Firing Accessories Building Repair Controllers Pyrometers Thermocouples And Sets Tile Setter Cranks Burners Bisque Bisque Tiles Bisque Ware Workroom Equip Miscellaneous Throwing Batts Containers Utensils Banding Wheels Turntables Clay Extruders Tile Cutters Sieves Sale Clays Glaze Body

    Original URL path: http://www.bathpotters.co.uk/contact-us/i51 (2016-04-28)
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  • Pottery, Kilns, Glazes and Accessories, Clays, Raw Materials, Casting Slips and more - Bath Potters Supplies
    Ended Loop Tools Coiled Ribbon Double Ended Loop Tools Coiled Wire Double Ended Loop Tools Fine Wire Loop Tools Decorating Clean Up Tools Bamboo Tools Bamboo Ribs Wooden Ribs Stamps And Rollers MKM Stamps4Clay MKM Rollers4Clay MKM HandRollers4Clay MKM FingerRollers MKM PADDLES Indian Wooden Clay Stamps Number Letter Stamps Impression Mats Rollers Potters Knives Stainless Steel Tools Forged Steel Tools Turning Tools Ball End Tools Metal Scrapers Rubber Kidneys Textured Ribs Horn Tools Slip Trailers Sponges Diddlers Sponges Diddlers And Sponge Sticks Clay Wire And Crimps Coilers Handled Wires Hole Cutters Potters Pins Rasps Sculpture Tools Tool Sets Stem Turning Tools Mini Strip Tools Strip Tools Wipe Out Tools Plastic Tools Calipers Clay Gun Cutters Metal Cutters Plastic Cutters Plastic Plunger Cutters Bow Harps Magnets Natches Miscellaneous Tools Budget Range Brushes Ribs Stem Turning Tools Hole Cutters Metal Scrapers Steel Modelling Tools Kilns Wheels Equipment Kilns Wheels Equipment Wheels Nabertherm Kilns Rohde Kilns Potterycraft Kilns Other Kilns Potclays Kilns Pyramid Kilns Blungers Sifters Pugmills Sedimentation Basin Slab Rollers Slip Prepartion Spray Booths Spray Guns Complete Pizza Oven Kit Kiln Building Firing Kiln Furniture Ceramic Stilts Metal Stilts Spurs Metal Pointed Stilts Orton Cones Firing Accessories Building Repair Controllers Pyrometers Thermocouples And Sets Tile Setter Cranks Burners Bisque Bisque Tiles Bisque Ware Workroom Equip Miscellaneous Throwing Batts Containers Utensils Banding Wheels Turntables Clay Extruders Tile Cutters Sieves Sale Clays Glaze Body Stains Brush On Glazes Sale Second Hand Books Ceramic Review Glaze Powders Dipping Glazes Oxides Onglaze Powder Tools COURSES Crafts Jewellery Findings Brooch Backs Hangers Cork Glue Jewellery Boxes Knives Milliput Key Rings Teapot Handles Plastic Stoppers Books Biographies Historical Decoration Design General Glass Glazes Technical Kilns Firing Sculpture Specific Techniques Tiles Ceramic Review Ceramic Monthly Bath Potters Gift Vouchers Viewing Homepage CLASSES CLASSES BONE CHINA AND MOULD MAKING COURSES

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  • Pottery, Kilns, Glazes and Accessories, Clays, Raw Materials, Casting Slips and more - Bath Potters Supplies
    arrive very quick Thanks Brian Delivery arrived in just under 24 hours I was amazed that my delivery arrived in just under 24 hours from placing my order Fantastic service and many thanks Philippa Your attentiveness is refreshing and so very greatly appreciated Thank you for the kindness of your reply and for the follow up and update A courtesy so lacking in other retail companies today Your attentiveness is refreshing and so very greatly appreciated Thank you again for all your time energy and efforts I look forward to discovering the Iris Lustre when it should become available Fred I can t thank you enough for sending them this quickly I ordered some vital pieces to complete my kiln on the 16th and received them today on the 18th I can t thank you enough for sending them this quickly It means I can have a fun Christmas potting in France Brilliant Megan Thank you for giving my students fabulous service when they called Dear Bath Potters this is not an enquiry more a thank you I run the short courses in Ceramics at Grays School of Art in Aberdeen and have had several students buy their own materials from you and call for advice etc I felt that I needed to contact you regarding a few things Firstly I would like to congratulate you on an amazing website its prefect there s nothing worse than not having the correct image or info explained on a product and everything is so fantastically explained and photographed Secondly thank you for being the only website that honestly charges realistic amounts for delivering the Scotland I know we are far any but some companies assume that north of Glasgow means Orkney Thirdly thank you for giving my students fabulous service when they called I have had experiences where companies have sold my students unsuitable and overly complicated materials and glazes for their purposes I will be pointing all my students and fellow ceramicists who have not already heard of you to your website in the future no other pottery supplier comes close to the level of information on your site for both experience and beginner ceramicists And of course I will still be using you myself Best Regards Morag All of your staff are so helpful and really informative Hello I just wanted to say a long overdue Thankyou I ve ordered from you a few times while at college but since July and finishing college and getting ready to jump into the world of self employment I have called you for advice on products and placed a couple of orders with you I can quite honestly say that in 2 phone calls to you I have learnt more about firing porcelain and glazes than in 2 years at college All of your staff are so helpful and really informative my orders are dealt with efficiently and delivery is incredibly quick Keep up the good work and thankyou to you all Stephanie

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  • Pottery, Kilns, Glazes and Accessories, Clays, Raw Materials, Casting Slips and more - Bath Potters Supplies
    same time The glaze interacts with the clay forming an integral glaze clay layer Stoneware biscuit firings are usually around 1000 c and glaze firings 1230 C to 1300 C Can I th row with airdry Clay The Creative Clay can be used in exactly the same way as any other clay but of courseyou will be able to detect the nylon fibres during throwing QUESTIONS ABOUT GLAZES AND GLAZING What is the best way to fire Botz Gold and Reds Fire low 1040degC Leave brick off slightly Apply thickly Is my glaze food safe The only way to be sure is to have your glazed pot sent to Ceram Research to have it tested Can I use Earthenware brush on glazes on Stoneware clays If stoneware clay is fired to maturing temperature it will be difficult to apply brush on glazes as the surface will not be porous if this can be achieved then the earthenware glaze might fire successfully but there is a risk of crazing The glaze must be fired to its specified temperature Some stoneware clays are dual purpose and can be used at earthenware temperatures What is the difference between a stain and an underglaze on glaze colours Stains are used to colour clay and glaze and are very strong colours Underglaze colour is finer ground glaze stain and normally contains a frit or flux addition Underglaze colours may also be used to colour glazes and clays but are primarily designed for applying to ware either greenware or bisque which is subsequently glazed usually with a transparent glaze They can also be used on top of a white glaze before firing Majolica technique On glaze colours are fusible colour where all the constituents are melted together and finely ground they are applied on top of a fired glaze and are typically fired to 700 C 800 C They are also called china paints or enamels Reglazing fired pieces To re glaze a fired piece you need to do one of the following Spray the piece with spray starch let dry then reglaze Spray the piece with sticky hairspray usually the cheapest you can find dry reglaze Heat the piece first with a heat gun or in the oven or kiln then apply glaze my favourite Brush white PVA glue on let dry reglaze Microwave the piece for 30 seconds Some potters say this makes a huge difference and the piece doesn t need to actually get or stay hot Add some suspension agent to the glaze CMC gum or Bentonite Add some detergent shampoo to the glaze baby shampoo is good because it doesn t foam To improve your odds further wash the pot first with ammonia or detergent wearing rubber gloves and don t touch it The oils from your fingers can prevent glaze from sticking And Don t use too much of anything If you get the coating too thick you may prevent adhesion instead of encouraging it How do I mix a

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