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Kiln repair now available in So. California area

When is the last time someone serviced your kiln?

You wouldn't do that to your car?

Kilns do need service and repairs!

Keep firing safely!

We now offer full service kiln repair & service in the Southern California area:

    • Prompt, reliable and affordable service

    • All brands

    • Electric kilns

    • Gas kilns

    • Industrial Furnaces

    • Normal & scheduled Kiln maintenance service

To schedule kiln service/repair in So. California, call Chuck's Kiln Service

toll free 1-888-800-KILN

Leave a message if not in, they reply fast, do great work and at a great price!

Tell them you heard about them from www.ceramicartspace.com

For kiln repair outside California, please see list at bottom of this page.

Different types of kilns

Manual Ceramic Kilns are kilns that use a Dawson Kiln Sitter and switches to control the heating of the kiln. When firing ceramic pieces with glaze on them, for example, one would insert onto the two prongs of the kiln sitter a small clay cone that is meant to bend at a certain temperature. The switches would be set to low for an hour, medium for an hour, and then high. When the kiln gets up to the temperature that will bend the cone, the kiln will shut off. Many use the manual kilns exclusively for home use because they are less expensive, and people are always around when a kiln is firing for safety reasons, and because switches are much less expensive to replace than a computer module. Manual Kilns can be used for a variety of purposes including ceramics, glass and metal anealing.

Electronic Kilns are controlled by either a computerized controller or a ramping switch. The computerized models allow you to select precise temperature build up and hold times to closely control your firings. The non-cumputerized ramping switch models allow you to also control these factors, but not as accurately as the computerized modules. Computerized kilns usually cost at least $200 more than the manual models, whereas the ramping switch kilns typically cost only $50-$75 more. The computerized kilns are substantially more expensive to repair if the computer module goes bad (most manufacturers have a 2 year warranty on all electronics). Since most computerized kilns have their curcuitry right next to the kiln, they heat up and can have a shorter life than if the circuitry were away from the kiln in a cool environment. Ramping switches are made for the hot environment and usually do very well. As with the other kilns, automatic kilns can be used for a variety of purposes including ceramics, glass and metal anealing. With an electronic kiln, its like using a microwavwe oven. Computerized is another term for electronic kilns.
Electronic kilns are great for push the buttons and walk away type operations. Also they do not require the kiln sitter cones to operate.

Glass Kilns can be either Manual or Automatic. Manual Glass Kilns use a pyrometer and temperature meter to indicate the inside temperature of the kiln. It is up to the person firing the glass to monitor the temperature and time the piece being fired. Automatic Glass Kilns use a computer module to adjust and monitor the kiln temperature and to shut it off according to a program. Other than the above mentioned differences, Glass Kilns are normally smaller than ceramic kilns and have an extra heating element in their lids. Glass Kilns are not only used for glass but also ceramics and anealing metal. Automatic kilns are more expensive to own and maintain than manual kilns.

No matter the kiln you choose, never leave a kiln unattended when firing!

Q: How do I fire the kiln to prevent pieces from "exploding"?
A: Slowly. The cause of the legendary "exploding" pot is almost always steam, that right, steam from the leftover water in the pot. Water turns into steam at 212°F, so the key is to keep the kiln below that temperature until you are certain all the pieces are really dry. Potters call this technique "candling" or preheat. And of course let your greenware dry very well before firing.

Q: What is the best way to load a kiln?
A: The results you get from a kiln depend greatly on the methods you employ when you load the kiln. Since most of the heatwork is accomplished via infrared heat transfer it is very important to load each shelf with lower pieces on the edges and taller pieces in the center of the shelf. This will afford every piece on every shelf a good cross section of IR heat.

Q: Which type of clay would be good to get started with?
A: There are 2 main types of clay that are popular in school settings. Earthenware (lowfire) and Stoneware (highfire). Our recommendation would be to get started with nice white earthenware clay body. Now, you need to remember we aren't clay experts (but we can sure fire it). One key to your success is probably to find a full service distributor and purveyor of ceramic supplies. They are a wealth of knowledge in all aspects of firing ceramic products (we'll stick with making great kilns, OK?) You dont have to go far to find us!.
 

Q: What is a bisque firing?
A: The first firing which will take a raw & fragile piece of clay (greenware) to a durable ceramic object. This firing should not be confused with the 2nd firing which generally is referred to as the glaze firing.

Q: When can I glaze a clay piece?
A: After a piece has been through the initial bisque firing. Then glaze (sometimes called color) can be applied to the piece.

Q: Which firing speed should I use?
A: Slow. The mantra with hand built or wheel thrown pieces is: when in doubt fire slower.


Q: Does my kiln need to be ventilated?
A: Yes. In most school settings the building codes require kilns to be ventilated. Local codes vary, but there are very few exceptions.


Q: How often should I use pyrometric cone with my digital kiln?

A: Or better yet, what is a pyrometric cone? Well a cone is 2" tall piece of specially formulated clay that will tell you how much heat the objects on the kiln shelves received during the firing. They "indicate" this heatwork by bending from almost vertical at room temperature (no bend) to 90° (angular) a perfect firing.

Now, on with the main question. Over time the temperature probe in a digital kiln (called a thermocouple) will decalibrate. By using at least 1 cone every firing you will be able to keep and eye on the thermocouple. When the cone ceases to bend properly (range: 40<good firing<95 angular degrees) you should replace the thermocouple.

So as you can see utilizing pyrometric cones periodically will keep your kiln firing the way we both intend it to fire.


Q: OK, my Principal just told me I'm in charge of the clay program, now what?
A: If you are like a lot of Art Teachers you have had excellent training in many areas, but are perhaps lacking the confidence needed to get you feeling comfortable with clay, glazes and the kiln. Don't fret, you aren't alone. Call us and we can help in all areas of your project.

You're right to have a healthy respect for the temperatures that a kiln reaches. But we can help you understand how the kiln manages that extreme heat and how safe the units are.

 

 

Simple & Important safeguards for operating a kiln.

Please read and observe the following safety warnings before operating your kiln:

 Install kiln 18" or more from any wall or combustibles.

 Fire only on stand or legs furnished.

 Never fire hotter than cone 10 or 2350 degrees.

 Do not fire hotter than the manufacturer's recommendation for your clay, glazes, or decals, or permanent damage may result to your kiln or ware.

 Do not open lid until kiln has cooled.

 Before opening lid, turn off all switches, then carefully open lid and test that lid brace is securely engaged before allowing lid to stand freely.

 Do not leave kiln unattended while firing.

 Never use an extension cord.

 Operate kiln only in a well-ventilated room.

 Unplug kiln before servicing or cleaning.

 Dangerous Voltage - Do not touch heating elements with anything.

 Do not touch hot sides of kiln or hot lid. Burns may result.

 Never store anything under kiln; never lean objects against kiln.

 Do not store or use flammable liquids or sprays in the same room with your kiln.

 Do not store or use your kiln outside; keep rain and moisture away from kiln.

 Do not use kiln if cord is damaged.

 Wall receptacle must not be corroded.

 Use kiln only with adequate electrical supply and with the correct voltage, amperage and correct fuse size (not too large or small). Be sure the wire size is large enough (avoid aluminum wiring). Do not use a 208 VAC kiln on 220 VAC.

 Kiln must be grounded properly.

 Wear goggles when looking thorough peephole.

 Wear protective gloves when handling hot peephole plugs.

 When firing objects to be used with food and drink, use only supplies tested and labeled "safe" for such purposes.

 Avoid breathing fumes from materials being fired.

It is imperative that you read all instructions and follow ALL of the manufacturers instructions and recommendations before operating the kiln.

These are very simple guidelines, there is so much more to know before you are ready to use your kiln.

SAFETY IN CERAMICS
(IMPORTANT)
The safe and proper use of ceramic materials is not only important, it is essential. Many materials you will use are safe and are clearly labeled Non Toxic. Those
requiring special handling or posing a health risk are labeled Health Caution and/or include a statement identifying safety measures to be taken when using the material.
Safety is easy.
1. Use common sense!
2. Read all directions and warnings on labels prior to working with materials.
3. Avoid breathing the dust of dry materials, many of which contain silica. Use a NIOSH approved respirator with ALL dry materials or when working
with any materials, liquid or dry, which are known to be toxic.
4. Keep potentially hazardous materials out of the reach of children.
5. Never smoke or consume food or beverages while working with ceramic materials.
6. Always wash up after working with ceramic materials and before smoking, eating or drinking.
7. Clean up (yourself and your workplace!) at the end of the day. A cleaner shop is a safer shop.
8. Be aware of the Non-Toxic* and Health Caution* labels on your Laguna products. Act accordingly.
WHY IS THERE A CANCER WARNING ON SOME CERAMIC PRODUCTS AND MATERIALS?
A significant number of chemicals and elements have been identified by Federal and State agencies, legislative bodies and voter-enacted propositions as carcinogenic.
There is debate over the soundness of some of these decisions, but there is no debate over their legality. IT IS UNEQUIVOCALLY THE LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY OF
CERAMIC MANUFACTURERS AND SUPPLIERS TO LABEL ALL PRODUCTS CONTAINING ONE OR MORE OF THESE IDENTIFIED CHEMICALS AS “KNOWN TO
CAUSE CANCER.” By simply following basic rules of cleanliness and common sense, such as the eight listed above, you can protect your health and the well being of
those around you.
If you have questions about the safe use of a ceramic material, review the appropriate Material Safety Data Sheet at either www.lagunaclay.com or the website of the
manufacturer of the material. You can also direct your question to (626) 330-0631 or info@lagunaclay.com.
These labels designate materials tested in accordance with the American Society of Testing and Materials health labeling standards ASTM C-1023 and D-4236. Under
these standards, products certified Non-Toxic do not contain any material in sufficient quantity to be toxic or to constitute a chronic health hazard when handled responsibly.
It is still Laguna’s recommendation that NIOSH approved respirators be used whenever working with dry or dusty materials or when working with ANY material identified
with a Toxic or Health Caution label.

 

Electric Requirements of Kiln (Volts & Amps)
Most small test kilns (1 cu./ft.) can be fired on a standard 110-volt outlet, and only draw 15 amps. However, larger kilns require more volts and amps. Ask your electrician what the available voltage is to your kiln room. The voltage supplied might be 208 or 240 volts. Note the voltage when ordering the kiln. If your voltage supply is 240 and your kiln requires 208 volts this situation will shorten the life of the kiln elements and switches. If you voltage is 208 and the kiln draws 240 volts the kiln might not reach its maximum temperature during the firing. The goal is to match the kiln to the power supply. When you have selected a kiln, ask the ceramic's supplier the voltage and amperage (amps) requirement of the kiln you are considering purchasing then relay this information to your electrician so he can determine the correct electrical connections when the kiln is in place.

A Reputable Ceramic Supplier (An Important Choice)
Before purchasing any ceramic supplies or equipment consider the company that stands behind their product or service. This will be the most important decision you will make when purchasing an electric kiln. Look for a local ceramics supplier who has a good business reputation and offers full service to its customers. It is best to buy from a "full service" dealer with a good reputation.

Click here for some places to kiln fire your ceramics in the US and Canada

Please check with the individual places for fees and times.

 

Kiln Repair US, Canada and international.

Please be advised that Ceramicartspace.com does not recommend or endorse any of the named repair services and cannot be held responsible for any of their work; the directory is simply a listing of repair services recommended to us by other clients. Please ask for references when ever hiring a repair contractor.

United States
State Area Serviced Company/Person Telephone           
AL Birmingham area Ceramic Kilns & Repair (Robbie) (205) 853-1118 ii
 
AL Montgomery area South Alabama Ceramic Supply (Jack) (334) 264-2349    
AL N. AL, S./Central TN Rick Allen (256) 830-4469    
AR Tucson & S. Arizona Ceramics of Tucson (Allan) (520) 747-2515    
AR Phoenix area Marjon Ceramics (Dean) (602) 272-6585    
AR please call Ceramic Resources (Shannon) (602) 507-5002
 
AR Phoenix area Unrestricted Kiln (Kevin) (602) 214-2380    
AR Searcy area TNT Ceramics (Terry) (501) 268-8858    
CA Fresno - Porterville area Salmagundi's (Vicki) (559) 584-3603
 
       
CA Los Angeles area C Enterprises (Chuck)

(818)-899-0660

(888)-800-KILN

   
CA National City area Casa Nina Ceramics & Crafts (619) 470-3220    
           
           
CA San Francisco Bay area Clay People (888) 236-1492    
CA Sacramento area Cortez Kiln repair (Otto) (916) 927-1514
 
           
CO Wheatridge area Mark's Kiln Repair (303) 425-4324    
CT Wethersfield area Rusty Kiln Ceramic Studio (806) 529-1066    
D.C. D.C., MD, VA metro area ***Instrument Service Inc. (David) (202) 296-2629    
FL Davie and surrounding area All Florida Kiln Service (305) 370-1372    
FL Jacksonville area John Dick (904) 786-6647    
FL Orlando area Kurt Vey Kiln Repair (407) 353-4219
 
FL Jacksonville area Dolphin Art Ceramics(Richard) (904) 389-0919    
FL E. central FL Elizabeth`s Ceramics (Ed Alder) (407) 264-9001    
FL Miami area Keith A. Knowles (305) 256-9208    
FL Sarasota area EZ Tools (Steve) (941) 727-1113
 
FL Gainesville/Naples/Largo Rob's Kiln Service (727) 585-7735
 
FL Fort Lauderdale area Dynamic Ceramics (954) 525-4110
 
FL Central FL Axner Pottery Supply (Glen Kundrick) (407) 365-2600
 
FL Treasure Coast/Palm Beaches Rare Earth Pottery (David Horowitz) (772) 287-7744

FL Miami/West Palm/Ft Laud. Steven Eiger (305) 343-5704
 

FL

Emerald Coast, south AL & GA Michael Weir (850-722-1000
 
GA N. GA Tim Wolterink (404) 966-8307    
GA GA Jim Snyder (229) 228-1436
 
GA Central Savannah River area Ceramics Unlimited (Carl) (803) 819-3311

GA Atlanta area Ready-Fire Kiln Service (Jason Obert) (404) 455-2953
 
IA IA;   S.W. WI ;  S. MN Scotlin Ceramics Inc. (Charlie) (319) 873-2289    
ID Boise area ***George Leighton (208) 362-2461    
IL N. central IL Ceramic Bug (Dan) (815) 568-7663    
IL N.E. IL & beyond Chicago Kiln Service (Carl) (847) 436-0919    
IL Darien area Tri-State Kiln Service (630) 852-3433    
IL Chicago area and S.E. WI Neil Estrick Gallery, LLC (847) 223-1807    
IN Owensburg Ken McVey (812) 863-2361
 
IN Indianapolis Indiana Ceramic Supply, Inc. (Mark) (317) 955-8444    
IN Bloomington Tipper Willow Art Glass (George) (812) 334-3058    
IN Central IN Stoney Creek Ceramics & Arts (765) 644-6859    
IN Fairbanks - Midwest Donker Studio (800) 394-2289    
KS Kansas City (100 mi. radius) Bracker's  (David Sturm - kiln tech) (888) 822-1982    
LA Hebert area David's Pour House (318) 243-2780    
LA Gonzales (50 mile radius) Donna`s Ceramics (David Arnold) (225) 647-4105    
LA New Orleans area New Orleans Clay Supply Co (504) 948-0080    
MA Watertown - eastern MA ***Boston Kiln Sales & Service (licensed) (617) 926-1802    
MA Braintree area Corey's Ceramic Supply(Charles) (781) 848-2772    
MA Quincy area E & T Industries Inc. (617) 479-4107    
MA New England, NY, NJ, PA Sheffield Pottery (888) 774-2529    
MD MD, northern VA Jay Batterden (410) 974-9379    
MD Eastern shore, Delaware Erik Herz (410) 641-8769    
ME S. Portland area Cathy Schroeder (207) 767-2960    
ME ME area East Coast Kiln Repair (Vinnie) (207) 363-8440    
MI Bay City area TM Porcelain Company (517) 893-3526    
MI Metropolitan Detroit area Rovin Ceramics (Ron) (734) 374-0010    
MN Bloomington area ***Minnesota Clay Co. (800) 252-9872    
MN MN, WI, IA, ND, SD Continental Clay (Mike or Ed) (612) 331-9332    
MO Kansas City (60 mile radius) Wink Ceramics (George) (816) 523-3753    
MO St. Louis area Busy Bee Ceramics (Gene) (314) 352-6306    
MO Hannibal (100 mile radius) Mudhole Ceramics (Richard) (573) 221-2277    
MO Kansas city (25 mile radius) Kings Kiln Repair (816) 358-9209    
MO St. Louis area Kreuger Pottery (314) 963-7712    
NC Raleigh (50 mile radius) Hilton China (Kenneth) (919) 782-2057    
NC NC;  SC;  lower VA ***All Fired Up (David) (704) 365-2063    
NC Belmont area Ken's Ceramics (704) 827-1191    
NC Mebane area Piedmont Pottery Sup. Co. (910) 578-5100    
NC Granite Falls area Shumaker Ceramic Studio (704) 396-2642    
NE Omaha & Surrounding Agosta Ceramics(Ray or Dan) (402) 571-3343    
NH NH area East Coast Kiln Repair(Benny) (207) 363-8440    
NM Chaparral area, El Paso Walkabout Station (Larry) (505) 824-3225    
NY Rochester Tom or Nicks Ceramics & Pottery Inc. (585) 254-0640    
NY Upstate NY Capitol district North East Ceramic Supply (518) 274-2722    
NY Warwick area Kiln-Ray Services (914) 987-9589    
OH Cincinnati area Annie`s Mud Pie Shop Ltd. (513) 871-2529    
OH Cleveland & area Electric Studio Inc. (John Paolo) (216) 932-3032    
OH Ohio & Eastern USA Delta H Systems, Inc. (888) 868-2457    
OH Columbus area Coffee Break Ceramics and Pottery (614) 871-3035    
OK Tulsa area Broken Arrow Ceramics (Gene) (918) 258-2966    
OR OR & WA area McKay Creek Ceramics (Rodger) (503) 647-5464    
OR Tigard area Aeschylus Enterprises (Kenny) (503) 620-5800    
PA Lehigh Valley Hester's Ceramics(Bob) (610) 759-1929    
PA PA Aud-a-Bud Ceramics (Bud Hausaer) (717) 898-7537    
PA W. PA;  E. OH;  WV Point Breeze Ceramics (412) 953.3325    
TN Knoxville area Firebrick Pottery (423) 637-7034    
TN Knoxville area Shelton's Kiln Repair (615) 525-6058    
TN Gatlinburg area Smokey Mountain Pottery (Dennis)      
TX Lake Jackson area Brazo's Port Ceramics (409) 265-5009    
TX Fort Worth area Jim Harley (817) 598-1267    
TX Odessa area Tony Duran (915) 367-8721    
TX Dallas/Fort Worth area Glen`s Kiln Repair (817) 545-3828    
TX Austin area Richard's Kiln Repairs & Sales (512) 470-9734    
TX Austin area North Shore Pottery & Glass (Cliff ) (512) 217 3699    
TX Houston area Bridges Kiln Repair (713) 641-2045    
TX San Angelo area Grannie's Shed (915) 653-8639    
TX TX; Central & S. America GSM Enterprises (210) 656-0360    
TX Houston area Katy's Country Ceramics (281) 391-9555    
TX Victoria area Stockton Office Machines (361) 573-7936    
TX Texas, central U.S.A. McCrea Kiln Repair (512) 217-3699    
UT Wasatch Front ***Alan Lohrke Kiln Repair (801) 754-3330    
UT Salt Lake area Capital Ceramics (Roger, Lee) (801) 466-6471    
VA Washington D.C. area Tall Pines Ceramics (John) (540) 788-9957    
VA VA, WV, DE, MD, DC The Kiln Doctor Inc. (toll free #) (877) KILNDOC    
WA S.E. corner of WA Randy Erickson (509) 544-9693    
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$13.99
A ceramic bisque unpainted perfect mug bi445 size 4½" L x 3" W x 4" H CASE OF 12 LIMIT 2 CASES
A ceramic bisque unpainted perfect mug bi445 size 4½" L x 3" W x 4" H CASE OF 12 LIMIT 2 CASES
$51.48
$29.99
Ceramic bisque unpainted Christmas tree 7" w/ light kit & plastic color bulbs
Ceramic bisque unpainted Christmas tree 7" w/ light kit & plastic color bulbs
$31.29
$27.95
Ceramic bisque unpainted easter egg box 4" L x 3" W
Ceramic bisque unpainted easter egg box 4" L x 3" W
$14.95
$8.99
Plastercraft nofire use acrylics alien skull 3 1/2"h 3 1/2" w
Plastercraft nofire use acrylics alien skull 3 1/2"h 3 1/2" w
$11.99
$6.99
Plastercraft nofire use acrylics butterfly 5"h 5 3/4" w
Plastercraft nofire use acrylics butterfly 5"h 5 3/4" w
$11.99
$7.59
Plastercraft no fire use acrylic paints Christmas tree complete set 8" with base
Plastercraft no fire use acrylic paints Christmas tree complete set 8" with base
$34.50
$22.95
Plastercraft no fire use acrylic paints Christmas tree complete set 13" with base
Plastercraft no fire use acrylic paints Christmas tree complete set 13" with base
$42.50
$32.79
Ceramic bisque unpainted 08-168 tea pot coaster 5-1/4" x 3-11/16"
Ceramic bisque unpainted 08-168 tea pot coaster 5-1/4" x 3-11/16"
$6.49
$2.39
Ceramic bisque unpainted bi2007 Socking dish 8" L x 6" W x 1" H
Ceramic bisque unpainted bi2007 Socking dish 8" L x 6" W x 1" H
$12.99
$4.99
Ceramic bisque unpainted pnx001 Snoopy & Woodstock Bank 6"h
Ceramic bisque unpainted pnx001 Snoopy & Woodstock Bank 6"h
$19.99
$13.99
Cramic bisque unpainted mvx006 spiderman mug 3 1/4"H x 3 1/2"W
Cramic bisque unpainted mvx006 spiderman mug 3 1/4"H x 3 1/2"W
$15.99
$8.99
Ceramic bisque unpainted hkx001 hello kitty box 3"L x 4"W
Ceramic bisque unpainted hkx001 hello kitty box 3"L x 4"W
$15.99
$8.79
Royal set cr105 5 brush set with acrylic handles
Royal set cr105 5 brush set with acrylic handles
$14.99
$5.99
Stars medium plastic top of tree blue & purple 2.75"h 1.75"w base 1/8"stem 2 pack FREE SHIPPING ON THIS PRODUCT
Stars medium plastic top of tree blue & purple 2.75"h 1.75"w base 1/8"stem 2 pack FREE SHIPPING ON THIS PRODUCT
$9.99
$6.99
Ceramic bisque unpainted singer fairy 3.5" x 1.5"x 5"
Ceramic bisque unpainted singer fairy 3.5" x 1.5"x 5"
$12.99
$5.99
Ceramic bisque sunglass fairy 3" x 1.5" x 5"
Ceramic bisque sunglass fairy 3" x 1.5" x 5"
$12.99
$5.99
Ceramic bisque unpainted snowborder fairy 3.5" x 2"x 5".
Ceramic bisque unpainted snowborder fairy 3.5" x 2"x 5".
$12.99
$5.99
Ceramic bisque unpainted cheerleader fairy 3.5" x 1.75"x 5"
Ceramic bisque unpainted cheerleader fairy 3.5" x 1.75"x 5"
$12.99
$5.99
Ceramic bisque unpainted soccer fairy 3.5" x 2" x 5".
Ceramic bisque unpainted soccer fairy 3.5" x 2" x 5".
$12.99
$5.99
Ceramic bisque unpainted cat box 4.5"w 2.75"h LIMIT 2
Ceramic bisque unpainted cat box 4.5"w 2.75"h LIMIT 2
$12.99
$2.99
Ceramic bisque unpainted bi1540 F-18 Jet 8" L x 6¾" W x 3" H
Ceramic bisque unpainted bi1540 F-18 Jet 8" L x 6¾" W x 3" H
$19.99
$15.99
Ceramic bisque unpainted bi1541 Stealth Fighter 7" L x 5" W x 3" H
Ceramic bisque unpainted bi1541 Stealth Fighter 7" L x 5" W x 3" H
$17.99
$13.99
Ceramic bisque unainted m02 MINI PONY 4"L X 2"H
Ceramic bisque unainted m02 MINI PONY 4"L X 2"H
$5.99
$4.29
Ceramic bque unpainted db21674 assorted bud vases (3) 1.5"x1.5"x6"
Ceramic bque unpainted db21674 assorted bud vases (3) 1.5"x1.5"x6"
$19.50
$11.95
Ceramic bisque unpainted  ck7053 cat bowl 6.5"w x 2.25"h
Ceramic bisque unpainted ck7053 cat bowl 6.5"w x 2.25"h
$17.45
$9.99
Ceramic bisque unpainted FOOTBALL HELMET BANK 5"L X5.75"H Limit 2
Ceramic bisque unpainted FOOTBALL HELMET BANK 5"L X5.75"H Limit 2
$16.99
$5.99
Plastercraft nofire unpainted use acrylics Pope J. Paul bust 9.5"h 6"w
Plastercraft nofire unpainted use acrylics Pope J. Paul bust 9.5"h 6"w
$34.99
$13.99
Plastercraft nofire unpainted use acrylics plain large cross 11.50"h 7"w
Plastercraft nofire unpainted use acrylics plain large cross 11.50"h 7"w
$15.99
$8.99
Plastercraft nofire unpainted use acrylics rectangle small box 2"w 1.5"h
Plastercraft nofire unpainted use acrylics rectangle small box 2"w 1.5"h
$6.99
$2.99
Plastercraft nofire unpainted use acrylics cross with Jesus 11.25"h 6.75"w
Plastercraft nofire unpainted use acrylics cross with Jesus 11.25"h 6.75"w
$14.95
$9.99
Plastercraft nofire unpainted use acrylics fancy cross 6.5"h 4"w
Plastercraft nofire unpainted use acrylics fancy cross 6.5"h 4"w
$11.99
$6.99
Plastercraft nofire unpainted use acrylics small 6 sided box 2"w 1.5"h
Plastercraft nofire unpainted use acrylics small 6 sided box 2"w 1.5"h
$6.99
$2.99
Plastercraft nofire unpainted use acrylics small oval box 2.5"w 2"h
Plastercraft nofire unpainted use acrylics small oval box 2.5"w 2"h
$7.99
$2.99
Plastercraft nofire unpainted use acrylics oval jewel box 4.5"w 3.5h
Plastercraft nofire unpainted use acrylics oval jewel box 4.5"w 3.5h
$11.50
$6.95
Ceramic bisque unpainted ck7558 wavy dip dish 3.75"L X 3"W
Ceramic bisque unpainted ck7558 wavy dip dish 3.75"L X 3"W
$8.75
$3.49
A Rubber white 1" stopper for small ceramic or other banks
A Rubber white 1" stopper for small ceramic or other banks
$2.69
$1.29
Ceramic bisque unpainted MB885 great shape vases assortment of  (3) 6"h x 4.5" h
Ceramic bisque unpainted MB885 great shape vases assortment of (3) 6"h x 4.5" h
$34.99
$23.99
Duncan cone 06 low fire food safe  CN2000D clear dipping glaze designed specifically for covering Concepts.  Zinc-Free. 3.5 gallon size bucket
Duncan cone 06 low fire food safe CN2000D clear dipping glaze designed specifically for covering Concepts. Zinc-Free. 3.5 gallon size bucket
$119.00
Ceramic bisque cc0059A style race car 7.75"L X 3.25"W X 2.5"H
Ceramic bisque cc0059A style race car 7.75"L X 3.25"W X 2.5"H
$13.99
$2.99
Ceramic bisque ck7602 MEDIUM EUROPEAN CANISTER W/ LID 4.5"W X 6"H
Ceramic bisque ck7602 MEDIUM EUROPEAN CANISTER W/ LID 4.5"W X 6"H
$19.99
$11.99
Ceramic bisque unpainted 10-1061 ufo flying saucer bank 6 3/8 x 6 3/8 x 3 1/2
Ceramic bisque unpainted 10-1061 ufo flying saucer bank 6 3/8 x 6 3/8 x 3 1/2
$14.99
$9.99
Ceramic bisque unpainted bh 07-339 elf ornament 3.5"h x 3"w
Ceramic bisque unpainted bh 07-339 elf ornament 3.5"h x 3"w
$4.99
$2.49
Mender AC-306 to repair bisque or greenware low fire 2 oz.
Mender AC-306 to repair bisque or greenware low fire 2 oz.
$4.39
Sponge 404-01 sea wool 2"-3"
Sponge 404-01 sea wool 2"-3"
$2.99
Sponge 606-03 sea silk 2.5"-3"
Sponge 606-03 sea silk 2.5"-3"
$2.89
Sponge 505-02 elephant ear 3"-4"
Sponge 505-02 elephant ear 3"-4"
$3.89
Ceramic bisque unpainted bi1971x shelf sitting santa 4-1/4" L x 3-1/2" W x 7" H LIMIT 2
Ceramic bisque unpainted bi1971x shelf sitting santa 4-1/4" L x 3-1/2" W x 7" H LIMIT 2
$15.99
$2.99
Ceramic bisque unpainted bi1356 soccer ball coaster 4" diameter
Ceramic bisque unpainted bi1356 soccer ball coaster 4" diameter
$7.99
$2.99
Ceramic bisque unpainted bi1355 basketball coaster 4" dia. x 1/2 " Thick
Ceramic bisque unpainted bi1355 basketball coaster 4" dia. x 1/2 " Thick
$7.99
$2.99
Ceramic bisque unpainted bi1354 baseball coaster 4" dia. x 1/4 " Thick
Ceramic bisque unpainted bi1354 baseball coaster 4" dia. x 1/4 " Thick
$7.99
$2.99
Ceramic bisque unpainted bi1353 footbal coaster 6" L x 4" W x 1/4" H
Ceramic bisque unpainted bi1353 footbal coaster 6" L x 4" W x 1/4" H
$7.99
$2.99
Ceramic bisque unpainted bi1070 measuring cup set (4)
Ceramic bisque unpainted bi1070 measuring cup set (4)
$24.95
$15.99

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Ceramic bisque unpainted LARGE traditional menorah 7.75"h 11"w
Ceramic bisque unpainted LARGE traditional menorah 7.75"h 11"w
$24.50
$9.99
01.Tiles Bisque unpainted use underglazes 1 3/4" x 1 3/4" x 1/8" small tile
02.Tiles Bisque unpainted use underglazes 4 1/4" x 4 1/4"
03.Tiles bisque unpainted use underglaze 1" x 1" x 1/8" small tile
04.Christmas tree plastic light up twist med 1'' L x 3/8'' W overall Stem: 7/16'' L x 3/16'' Dia.(100) quantity assorted colors FREE SHIPPING ON THIS PRODUCT
05.Tiles Bisque unpainted use underglazes 6" x 6"
06.Christmas tree plastic light up large twist bulbs Height (overall):1-3/8'' Stem:1/2'' Diameter: 3/16'' assorted (50) FREE SHIPPING ON THIS PRODUCT
07.Ceramic bisque unpainted bi2074 3-1/8"h 9"diameter one ball ornament with hanging firable wire PRE-SEASON SALE limit 36
08.Bisque round unpainted coaster 3.5"d
09.Ceramic bisque unpainted Mask stick pin for lapel
10.Christmas tree plastic light up twist small 1/2'' H x 5/16'' W overall Stem: 3/8'' L x 1/8'' D assorted colors (100) quantity FREE SHIPPING ON THIS PRODUCT
Plastercraft nofire use acrylics 2 bunnies with basket  4"h 5.5"w
Plastercraft nofire use acrylics 2 bunnies with basket 4"h 5.5"w
$12.99
$7.99
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