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  • Hesketh Potters Supplies for pottery and ceramic materials, potters wheels, kilns (Rohde and Potterycrafts Ltd.), tools and other potters' equipment.
    Spray Equipment Slab Rollers Pugmills Tools Handbuilding Tools Modelling Tools Throwing Tools Decorating Tools Clay Cutters Harps Tile Cutters Kidneys Sponges Brushes Bamboo Handles Safety Hygiene Sieves Lawns Whirlers Banding Wheels Offers Offers discounts deals and clearance items Placing an Order Contacting us Hours of business delivery etc Terms Conditions Incuding returns policy Privacy Statement Your information Subscribe to Newsletter News offers etc Community links Classes Workshops Firing Services Makers Art Galleries Useful Links Second Hand Goods Social Facebook Twitter Instagram Glazes in Powder Form Earthenware Transparent Opaque Stoneware Transparent Opaque Making a purchase The FULL PRICE is as listed with only delivery charges to be added Delivery by postage or courier is AT COST only For price comparisons remember to factor in the impact of VAT and delivery Earthenware Transparent Opaque We keep a stock of the following glazes however there is a wider range of coloured transparent and opaque powdered glazes available We can supply Potclays Ltd and Potterycrafts Ltd glazes which we we can obtain quickly on request and at no extra charge Code Description 1kg 5kg 10kg 25kg More P2014 Leadless zircon opaque 980 to 1060 deg C 8 00 33 00 63 00 155 00

    Original URL path: http://www.heskethps.co.uk/product_pricelist_page_subcat.php?subcat=EARTHGLZ (2016-04-28)
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  • Hesketh Potters Supplies for pottery and ceramic materials, potters wheels, kilns (Rohde and Potterycrafts Ltd.), tools and other potters' equipment.
    Clay Powdered Clay Casting Hobby Slips Decorating Slips Raw Materials Raw Materials Frits Miscellaneous Equipment Extruders Plastic Ware Spray Equipment Slab Rollers Pugmills Tools Handbuilding Tools Modelling Tools Throwing Tools Decorating Tools Clay Cutters Harps Tile Cutters Kidneys Sponges Brushes Bamboo Handles Safety Hygiene Sieves Lawns Whirlers Banding Wheels Offers Offers discounts deals and clearance items Placing an Order Contacting us Hours of business delivery etc Terms Conditions Incuding returns policy Privacy Statement Your information Subscribe to Newsletter News offers etc Community links Classes Workshops Firing Services Makers Art Galleries Useful Links Second Hand Goods Social Facebook Twitter Instagram Glazes in Powder Form Earthenware Transparent Opaque Stoneware Transparent Opaque Making a purchase The FULL PRICE is as listed with only delivery charges to be added Delivery by postage or courier is AT COST only For price comparisons remember to factor in the impact of VAT and delivery Stoneware Transparent Opaque We keep a stock of the following glazes however there is a wider range of coloured transparent and opaque powdered glazes available We can supply Potclays Ltd and Potterycrafts Ltd glazes which we we can obtain quickly on request and at no extra charge Code Description 1kg 5kg 10kg 25kg

    Original URL path: http://www.heskethps.co.uk/product_pricelist_page_subcat.php?subcat=STONEGLZ (2016-04-28)
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  • Hesketh Potters Supplies
    delivery etc Terms Conditions Incuding returns policy Privacy Statement Your information Subscribe to Newsletter News offers etc Community links Classes Workshops Firing Services Makers Art Galleries Useful Links Second Hand Goods Social Facebook Twitter Instagram Raku Glazes Raku Glazes The Raku process Health and Safety Making a purchase The FULL PRICE is as listed with only delivery charges to be added Delivery by postage or courier is AT COST only For price comparisons remember to factor in the impact of VAT and delivery What is Raku Raku is a method of firing pieces that have been previously biscuit fired at no more than 1000 deg C glazed with low fired glazes rapidly heated in a Raku kiln until the glaze melts and then removed from the kiln whilst still red hot The pots are then cooled rapidly by either sprinkling with water or placed in a sawdust bin to reduce It is an unpredictable and exciting method of firing and all results are unique and impossible to repeat The word itself is from Japan freely interpreted as enjoyment It was an ideograph engraved on a gold seal and given by the ruler Hideyoshi to Chojiro in 1598 Raku thereby became his family title Chojiro is credited with being the first to produce Raku ware which was mainly used for the tea ceremony Clay for Raku Firing Pieces for Raku firing should be made using a refractory clay which remains open and able to withstand extreme thermal shocks These usually contain molochite or grog i e HC7 Emma s White Raku HC8 Hesketh Crank HC9 APC or HC11 Magma White The Raku process raku firing in progress view through kiln vent raku firing complete pieces have a wet or shiny appearance rapid cooling fine crackle effects examples of different reduction effects

    Original URL path: http://www.heskethps.co.uk/raku_image_page_process.php?cat=RAKU (2016-04-28)
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  • Hesketh Potters Supplies
    Raku glazes Colouring Oxides Clays Slips Clay Powdered Clay Casting Hobby Slips Decorating Slips Raw Materials Raw Materials Frits Miscellaneous Equipment Extruders Plastic Ware Spray Equipment Slab Rollers Pugmills Tools Handbuilding Tools Modelling Tools Throwing Tools Decorating Tools Clay Cutters Harps Tile Cutters Kidneys Sponges Brushes Bamboo Handles Safety Hygiene Sieves Lawns Whirlers Banding Wheels Offers Offers discounts deals and clearance items Placing an Order Contacting us Hours of business delivery etc Terms Conditions Incuding returns policy Privacy Statement Your information Subscribe to Newsletter News offers etc Community links Classes Workshops Firing Services Makers Art Galleries Useful Links Second Hand Goods Social Facebook Twitter Instagram Raku Glazes Raku Glazes The Raku process Health and Safety Making a purchase The FULL PRICE is as listed with only delivery charges to be added Delivery by postage or courier is AT COST only For price comparisons remember to factor in the impact of VAT and delivery Raku Health and Safety Considerations Do not fire Raku kilns indoors Wear protective heat resistant gauntlets and make sure bare skin is covered Wear sensible footwear Try and fire with another person to assist with lifting of kiln lid etc Keep gas containers at a safe distance

    Original URL path: http://www.heskethps.co.uk/raku_image_page_safety.php?cat=RAKU (2016-04-28)
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  • Hesketh Potters Supplies for pottery and ceramic materials, potters wheels, kilns (Rohde and Potterycrafts Ltd.), tools and other potters' equipment.
    oxides in dry form Manganese Compounds give brown colours in glazes Pink purple or plum colours can be obtained in alkaline glazes When mixed with iron Manganese compounds produce brown and when mixed with cobalt produce violet Iron compounds generally give a wide range of colours ranging from honey yellow brownish reds brown black yellow and purple depending on the firing conditions Under reduction a blue colour can be obtained Details of sample preparation COLOURING OXIDES We pressed a wooden Indian printing block into soft buff clay to create texture and interest and used a square tile cutter to produce crisp samples These were dried out slowly to prevent warping and biscuit fired to 1000 deg cent A small quantity of oxides were mixed with water and brushed on to stain the tile with a hake and then left to dry for 30 minutes The oxide was then removed from the high points with a wet sponge and glazed with Potterycrafts Ltd P2048 on the right side diagonal and fired to 1230 deg cent HO2 Chromium Oxide Normally green in colour but in some lead glazes will give red and yellow Pink is produced in the presence of tin oxide Normally additions of 1 3 is used Adding 1 to low firing glazes with a soda content gives a brilliant yellow 100gm 500gm 1kg 5kg 10 00 19 80 HO3 Cobalt Carbonate A weaker form of Cobalt Oxide but gives less risk of specking 1 to 3 to obtain a blue glaze 100gm 500gm 1kg 5kg 12 00 45 00 70 00 HO4 Cobalt Oxide The most powerful colouring oxide It produces a deep blue or blue black colour in lead and leadless glazes and a vivid blue in alkaline glazes Adding magnesium gives a more purple colour 1 to 1 5 for a deep blue black glaze 100gm 500gm 1kg 5kg 12 00 45 00 70 00 HO5 Copper Carbonate A weaker form of Copper oxide but gives less risk of specking 100gm 500gm 1kg 5kg 3 50 12 00 20 00 HO6 Copper Oxide A transparent green under normal neutral or oxidising conditions except in alkaline glazes then a turquoise blue is obtained Under reduction conditions a copper red colour is obtained often referred to as ox blood or sang de boeuf When copper is added to low solubility glazes it causes the solubility of the lead to be greatly increase and therefore making the glaze not food safe 100gm 500gm 1kg 5kg 3 00 10 00 18 00 HO7 Iron Oxide Black 4 to 8 gives darker shades than red iron oxide 100gm 500gm 1kg 5kg 7 00 26 00 HO8 Iron Oxide Red Natural 2 to 10 produces even shades ranging from ambers to brown 100gm 500gm 1kg 5kg 5 50 18 00 HO9 Iron Oxide Spangles 1 to 5 produces dark browns and speckles 100gm 500gm 1kg 5kg 5 00 7 00 25 00 HO10 Iron Oxide Yellow 3 to 8 produces browns and honey

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