Maggie Jones on wed 14 nov 07
google, of course...look what I found:
yet to study this but it looks promising.
On Wed, 14 Nov 2007 01:52:31 -0500 Gary Navarre
> On Tue, 13 Nov 2007 17:24:17 -0500, Maggie Jones
> >What is the word on Fireclay sources these days?
> >A while back there was a problem with Hawthorn contamination and I
> >did hear what was used instead.
> >Where can I find info about Fire Clays and their sources, location
> >mines and how the clays differ?
> >uh-oh....do I need to search the archives?
> >Maggie and Freeman Jones
> That's easy Maggie, type "fireclay" in Google and hit "enter"...
> about 270,000 references. It depends on what you want to use it
> for... brick
> work, sculpture, throwing? Guess I should study them results cause I
> handled as many different varieties as some on the list and will be
> ready to
> need a throwing body soon. Good searching aeh!
> G in da U.P.
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John Britt on wed 14 nov 07
Try the book "Out of the Earth, Into the Fire",