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  • Bat Magnet by Zoo Ceramics
    4 5 cm wide CODE ZM02 PRICE 7 50 RETURN TO GIFTWARE GALLERY RANGE 2 Designs a imp magnets b hanging imp DESCRIPTION Novelty gargoyle ceramic tile design fitted with a large round magnet on the reverse The pieces are inspired by the funny little beak head stone motifs on the doorway of Lincoln Cathedral The powerful magnet is a large 3cm diameter disc held securely in place with epoxy glue These little hand made designs are also frost proof and water resistant and can be used safely outdoors in a mosaic or cemented into a water feature This design is also available without the magnet and with two small holes at the top so that it can be used as a little hanging plaque RETURN TO TOP OF PAGE PLEASE NOTE Price includes 1st class P P for small parcels to the UK mainland Medium parcels go by signed for service to the UK and Europe and by Airsure service to the rest of the world Large parcels go by private tracked and signed carrier services Please request quote for all other areas Discount is always given for multiple orders The item you receive will be very similar but

    Original URL path: http://www.zooceramics.co.uk/imp.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • Silver Sussex Hen Plaque by Zoo Ceramics
    stains RANGE 9 Designs bat bee butterfly cockerel dodo dragonfly hen seahorse small seahorse large PLEASE NOTE Price includes 1st class P P for small parcels to the UK mainland Medium parcels go by signed for service to the UK and Europe and by Airsure service to the rest of the world Large parcels go by private tracked and signed carrier services Please request quote for all other areas Discount

    Original URL path: http://www.zooceramics.co.uk/plaquesilverhen.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • Large Turquoise Seahorse Plaque by Zoo Ceramics
    seahorse wall plaque with oxides glazes and stains RANGE 9 Designs bat bee butterfly cockerel dodo dragonfly hen seahorse small seahorse large PLEASE NOTE Price includes 1st class P P for small parcels to the UK mainland Medium parcels go by signed for service to the UK and Europe and by Airsure service to the rest of the world Large parcels go by private tracked and signed carrier services Please

    Original URL path: http://www.zooceramics.co.uk/plaqueseahorselgtu.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • Brown Leghorn Cockerel Plaque by Zoo Ceramics
    stains RANGE 9 Designs bat bee butterfly cockerel dodo dragonfly hen seahorse small seahorse large PLEASE NOTE Price includes 1st class P P for small parcels to the UK mainland Medium parcels go by signed for service to the UK and Europe and by Airsure service to the rest of the world Large parcels go by private tracked and signed carrier services Please request quote for all other areas Discount

    Original URL path: http://www.zooceramics.co.uk/plaquecockerel.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • Brown Leghorn Cockerel Plaque by Zoo Ceramics
    wall plaque with oxides glazes and stains PLEASE NOTE Price includes 1st class P P for small parcels to the UK mainland Medium parcels go by signed for service to the UK and Europe and by Airsure service to the rest of the world Large parcels go by private tracked and signed carrier services Please request quote for all other areas Discount is always given for multiple orders The item

    Original URL path: http://www.zooceramics.co.uk/plaquedragonfly.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • The Latest New Designs from Ceramics News
    HISTORY TRADE STOCKISTS VISIT A Z LINKS SITE MAP CONTACT For the latest New Designs by Zoo Ceramics visit our facebook page Click on the blue icon and then click the like button NEWS EVENTS NEW WORK CLASSES NEWS WORK THEMED RAKU FEAST FAQ NEWS ARCHIVE New Designs 2015 Nothing To Leaf About 10 February 201 Tracy is impatiently waiting for Spring to arrive so she can decorate her little

    Original URL path: http://www.zooceramics.co.uk/newsnewdesigns.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • New Designs for 2009 Zoo Ceramics News
    News visit our facebook page Click on the blue icon and then click the like button NEWS EVENTS NEW WORK CLASSES NEWS WORK THEMED RAKU FEAST FAQ NEWS ARCHIVE ZOO CERAMICS POTTERY CLASS NEWS 2015 More News Coming Soon 1 January 2015 O Previous Pottery Class News Go Pottery Class News 2014 CLASS WORK FAQ SUMMER RAKU THEMED WORK CLASS NEWS WINTER FEAST RETURN TO CLASSES RETURN TO EDUCATION For

    Original URL path: http://www.zooceramics.co.uk/potclubnews.htm (2016-05-02)
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  • Pottery Classes Lincoln Zoo Ceramics Class Work
    Vase by helen Line Vase by Claire Chicken Colander by Claire Jug by Sarah Plaque Work Plaques made from flattened clay can be created in many sizes and styles from a small wall tile to a large house sign Plaques and tile work involves the process of slab rolling which is explained in more detail below in the slab building section Tiles by Vicki Mermaid Plaque by Helen Plaque by Rachel Paint Palette by Angie Bird Tile by Lisa Leaf Disks by Vidyah Mermaid Name Plaque by Jo Landscape Tiles by Katie Tractor Baby Plaque by Lucy Slab Work A lump of clay is placed upon a piece of material on a table Two flat guide sticks can be used to create an even thickness of between 7 12 cm and are placed either side of the clay Using a wooden rolling pin the clay is rolled out to an even finish The flat panel is now ready to cut into sections To join the clay together the edges must be lightly scored and then glued using slip Slip is made with clay and a small amount of water mixed to form a paste All rough edges must be smoothed and then the piece is ready to decorate Flower Box by Sarah Letter Rack by Sharon Barn by Kim Bird Box by Clare Bottles by Julia Frog Box by Annabel Daisy Box By Sue Japanese Lantern by Vidyah Figures on Bowl by Lisa Pirate Chest by Eric Patterned Box by Clare Fish Tray by Emma Modelling Modeling and sculpturing techniques can be applied to both coil and slab work The main thing to remember is not to allow areas to get to thick In the initial building stages the whole body of the piece can be pin pricked to allow

    Original URL path: http://www.zooceramics.co.uk/potclubwork.htm (2016-05-02)
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