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Jo Gilder on wed 24 mar 99

Hi Everyone,

Thanks for all the help in locating VT potters. I am now definitely
relocating to Burlington, VT next week. In order to make the trip
easier on my pocketbook the following are for sale.

--55 gal drum Raku kiln complete with firebrick, burner, pyrometer, and
gloves
--Multiple bags of chemicals for mixing raku glazes

All items are located in Panama City, FL. Please email me privately at
magilder@worldnet.att.net.

I am asking $700 for the kiln and $25 for the chemicals.

Thanks.

Jo Gilder
--

Jo Gilder
Panama City, FL

Bill Williams on tue 7 sep 99

-------------------
Have a Bluebird pug mill for sale. Not stainless, not deairing. Very good
condition. E-mail me privately for price and picture. I live in Kansas, =
near
Wichita. Connie (billwms=40fn.net)

hal mc whinnie on wed 23 feb 00

i have two items at my studio in kensington maryalnd for sale.
1]
a pacifica kickwheel in good conditions with wood bats
50.00
2] two raku kilns
these are old and good at least for parts and soft bvricks. they were made
out of old ecno kiln rings.
also two propane tanks with old kiln buner
50.00
hal mc whinnie

Bruce K Pack on thu 30 mar 00

House: 2-bedroom 1-bath 1000 sf home. Wood floors, tile kitchen and
bath. 2 screen porches, large deck and central A/C.

Studio: 2000 sf production studio. 24" slab roller, shelves, and work
tables. Separate kiln building with two cone 10 electric kilns and a 60
cf propane cart kiln. 500 gal gas bottle.

Land: 2.5 acres of natural Florida woodlands. Live oaks, palms, maples,
ferns, and tropical plants. Garden area and lily pond.

For more info and picture packet contact at,

packnpoe@juno.com

Mason Batchelder on fri 31 mar 00

Where in FL and what price and what studio dimensions?

mel jacobson on mon 31 jul 00


Just discovered the clay arts site. Haven't done any work with clay for
a number of years because the basal joints in my thumbs are shot but am
considering giving handbuilding and sculpting a go again; do pug mills
really work in place of wedging--wedging s too hard on the joints?

Also, might you know of an instructor or small studio, where I could
brush up on things forgotten, somewhere in the Annapolis or Eastern Shore
of Maryland areas or the Martinsburg, WV area?

Along the same line, I have a Shimpo RK-2 that I'd considering selling
for
the right price. I bought it in the 80's and used it twice so it is just
like new--the wheel is at our home in the Eastern Panhandle of West
Virginia if you know of anyone who is looking for one.

I will bookmark the Clayart site and check back frequently--it is an
interesting site.

Carol Whitaker


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Martin Howard on tue 1 aug 00


Carol Whittaker complains that her
"thumbs are shot but am
considering giving handbuilding and sculpting a go again; do pug mills
really work in place of wedging--wedging s too hard on the joints?"

Same problem. De-airing pug mills are the answer. Also, if your supplier has
done his/her job properly and the bags of clay are not too bashed around in
transit, there is no reason not to use the clay straight from the bag.

Pull it up and down on the wheel three times whilst centring and you are
away with centred air-free clay.

I wish teachers would realise what a strain all this compulsory wedging and
kneading is.
Yes, we should be able to wedge and knead, so that we can deal with raw
clay. But most of the time, in the west at least, we receive de-aired clay
in bags, or we can buy a de-airing pug for dealing with the reclaim. Are
there any teachers out there that actually introduce students to the pug
mill?

Martin Howard
Webb's Cottage Pottery
Woolpits Road, Great Saling
BRAINTREE, Essex CM7 5DZ
England
martin@webbscottage.co.uk

ww dfdfhg on tue 1 aug 00


Carol,
I am interested in youur Shimpo wheel. I would like
to get more info on it...Model, condition,etc.
What is the asking price?
If you like, e-mail me or phone me at 727-723-0264 or
give me your phone number. Thanks.
Bobert


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Cindy Strnad on tue 1 aug 00


Carol,

As long as you're making fairly small pieces (on the wheel--may not matter
how large if you're hand-building), the pug mill will work in place of
wedging. You will hear conflicting opinions on this, but I will tell you
that I make a lot of ware and only wedge clay for large wheel-thrown pieces,
and then not very much. Just enough to get it into a large enough shape to
suit the amount of clay.

I use a Peter Pugger VP-30, which his a vaccuum de-airing model, and I
highly recommend it for these reasons: recycling clay is simple, mixing in
grog or other additives is easy to do, it's an extremely well-built machine,
it provides more than enough output potential for my one-person studio, and
it's considerably less expensive, less bulky, and less work than the
alternative of owning both a mixer and a pugger. This is a
professional-quality machine for the small studio, whether the potter is a
serious hobbyist or, like myself, a person who makes her living from clay.

To clarify, I have no connection with the manufacturers, don't sell clay
equipment, and have nothing to gain by promoting the Peter Pugger. But I
have seen it attacked as inferior because it combines the functions of
mixing and pugging. While it would be inadequate for a large studio, it is
definitely superior for a small one. And it's much cheaper than having
joints replaced.

Cindy Strnad
Earthen Vessels Pottery
RR 1, Box 51
Custer, SD 57730
earthenv@gwtc.net
www.earthenvesselssd.com

Marek & Pauline Drzazga-Donaldson on tue 1 aug 00


Dear Martin et al,

you can take clay straight from the bag and throw it, coning several =
times. But when you use straight from the bag - or even straight from =
the pug mill - de-aired or not - the clay particles are not aligned, the =
clay is not in the correct state. There is no short cut to superb clay =
except to knead and wedge.
I throw amounts of clay 50lbs (20 Kgs) and upward, I do not cone the =
clay but go straight into throwing. I can do this as the clay has been =
properly prepared, straight from the bag or de-airing pugmill is asking =
for trouble. For those that have disabilities and cannot knead and =
wedge, then it is a way out, but it must be stressed that the clay is =
not at optimum condition.
You might be able to convince yourself that straight from the bag is OK. =
That is your perogative. You cannot get away from the FACT that clay =
properly prepared is light years ahead of pugged or bagged.
Do yourself a favour and enjoy kneading and wedging, its good for the =
soul and keeps you in good shape, and it's the best way for the clay.

Happy potting Marek http://www.moley.uk.com

H. L. Rogers on tue 1 aug 00


Hi Carol, In answer to your question about pugged clay, I very
seldom wedge because of carpel tunnel. I pug my clay then work it
into the shape I want for throwing by manipulating it on the wedging
table. Since it's deaired in the pugmill, it takes very little work
to get it into shape for throwing. I usually slam both ends down on
the table to compress and flatten, then roll into the shape I'm
after. Works for me!

Joyce in n. Georgia

Gayle Bair on tue 1 aug 00


Dear Marek,
I have just recently started
using clay straight from the bag.
I do cone it more than I do
wedged clay to align the molecules.
I haven't had any problems yet.
I used 3 different clay bodies
(^5 stoneware with and without
grog and ^5 porcelain).
I think the main problem is trying
to wedge and throw clay that is
too hard. Now that is really rough
on the wrists and fingers.
I am grateful I learned that
lesson early on!
When I was new to clay my class
was given clay that was way too hard.
The frustration level was too high
in that class. I persisted because
I was already hooked.
I still wedge because I like the feel
of it but there are alternatives.
There must always be alternatives!
Gayle Bair-will try out my new EZ-up
this weekend


Snip>
you can take clay straight from the bag and throw it, coning several times.
But when you use straight from the bag - or even straight from the pug
mill - de-aired or not - the clay particles are not aligned, the clay is not
in the correct state. There is no short cut to superb clay except to knead
and wedge.

Marek & Pauline Drzazga-Donaldson on wed 2 aug 00


Dear Gayle,

of course there are always alternatives. When someone says you can't do =
that - bang I'm in there proving them wrong, or at least trying to. We =
must always experiment and push the limits further constantly.
When it comes to clay from the bag or de-airing pug mill I know from =
years of experience that properly wedged and kneaded clay is just so =
much better. I have never thought don't do it - I sometimes use clay =
straight from the bag, and know that by being lazy I will have to do =
certain things to help the clay along.
The long and the short of it is that kneading and wedging the clay =
properly does give you a BETTER clay, and that is a FACT. I do not say =
don't use clay straight from the bag or pug mill, just be aware that the =
clay is not at its optimum.

Happy potting Marek http://www.moley.uk.com=20

John Vandermeulen on wed 2 aug 00


Marek & Pauline Drzazga-Donaldson wrote:

> Dear Gayle,
>
> of course there are always alternatives. When someone says you can't do that - bang I'm in there proving them wrong, or at least trying to. We must always experiment and push the limits further constantly.

Nice sentiment, until one contracts one of those progressively deteriorating diseases, and can not knead. Thanks for the purist attitude. Try putting yourself in my place, and then read your bumpf.J.H.Vandermeulen

> When it comes to clay from the bag or de-airing pug mill I know from years of experience that properly wedged and kneaded clay is just so much better. I have never thought don't do it - I sometimes use clay straight from the bag, and know that by being lazy I will have to do certain things to help the clay along.
> The long and the short of it is that kneading and wedging the clay properly does give you a BETTER clay, and that is a FACT. I do not say don't use clay straight from the bag or pug mill, just be aware that the clay is not at its optimum.
>
> Happy potting Marek http://www.moley.uk.com
>
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Marek & Pauline Drzazga-Donaldson on fri 4 aug 00


Dear John,
if you think that I write sentimental bumph then examine yourself not =
me. I write from experience not sentiment. As it happens I do not have =
problems not with my hands as yet but with my back. I happen to have two =
vertebrae fused (childhood accident) that gives me constant pain when I =
let myself think about it. I have to work out ways to do things that do =
not aggravate my spinal problem. No sentiment there I just get on and =
do. If you are feeling angry don't take it out on me when there was no =
intention in that direction. The way I solve my pain is to not =
concentrate on it and get on with my life the way I can.
Maybe you think that I am waffling purist drivel,but if you actually =
read what I say then you might think differently. I never say do it this =
way as it is the only way, but that preparation of clay by kneading and =
wedging gives you better clay.

Even happier potting Marek http://www.moley.uk.com=20

Polly Harris on sun 13 aug 00


I have a Bailey kiln for sale.
-fiber
-dual base
-elevator
-electric
-lots of shelves
-Fire Right computer
-+/- 30 cu. ft.
-great production kiln, fires very evenly top to bottom.
orig $6000.00
$4000.00 obo

hndmdpots@aol.com

Zoeytana@AOL.COM on tue 15 aug 00


Where is the kiln?

bburdine on sat 26 aug 00


FOR SALE:
CERAMIC EQUIPMENT=20
KILN: =
"Cress Professional" Model FX-31-C fully equipped; =
Kiln Sitter; 240v - 53 amp. Will High Fire; 23" x 31" inside dimentions

POURING TABLE: Manufactured =
by Tom-Ann Ceramics Inc.; Model CAL-6; equipped with a 1/2 hp Dayton =
motor/pump.=20

MIXER:
50 gallon capacity; Model #4K9138 Manufactured by "Lehman Manufacturing" =
equipped with a Dayton 1/2 hp motor.

MISCELLANEOUS:
Numerous "Molds", Ceramic Magazines, Kiln Furniture and other =
Accessories.=20

DETAILS:
$1500 or best offer. All equipment is in "excellent" condition. To be =
sold as a unit ONLY! Please call (831) 336-5432. e-mail: =
bburdine@msn.com

Location: San Jose, California

Charles Hughes II on sun 8 apr 01


This fellow called the Creative Oasis with a Skutt kiln for sale. We have no
further information.

George Franchock
(814) 692-7157
Stormstown, PA

Skutt Model 181 with two rings and a stand
200-230V
4800 watt
max rating is 2250 F

Best offer

Charles Hughes


We're in the middle of the Ian Stainton workshop. I have never seen a more
stunned group of people. Jaws dropping at every demo...
www.thecreativeoasis.com

Steven Branfman on tue 9 oct 01


Folks,
My friend Kendra Conn asked me to post the following. The reference to my
book is from Kendra and not added by me!!

900 lbs. Romberg Raku clay body, still boxed...............$135.

2 30lb. portable gas tanks..................................$50.(for both)

Materials for 6.5 cu.ft. raku kiln:
includes hard and soft brick (still in the box)for base
and l" 2400 degree kaowool blanket together with
a Maxon ventite inspiration burner and hose connection.....$200.

Plans for the kiln are included or use Steve Branfman's Raku Book for
instructions.

Contact Kendra Conn
@ 978-851-3255
or e-mail jackendra@earthlink.net

Charles on thu 27 jun 02


A former student of mine has developed severe arthritis and has decided =
to sell her potters wheel. She got a nice one with a lot of extras. Paid =
in the range of $1250 new, perhaps 2 years ago. It has had minimal use.

Shimpo M400 1/2 Horsepower. Comes with worktable (costs extra from =
shimpo) a one piece splash pan, A centering and opening tool.=20
She is asking $750 US, plus shipping/crating costs. She and her husband =
are firm in the price. They can be reached at (814) 235-0749. Ask for =
Mary Jo or Jay.

I will be off of clayart for the next month or so, so I will be unable =
to field questions on this.

Thanks and happy potting,

Charles



Visit my webpage...
http://www.thecreativeoasis.com/Hughes/hughes.html

Rikki Gill on thu 27 jun 02


I had the wrong Charles. So sorry. Thanks, Rikki
----- Original Message -----
From: "Charles"
To:
Sent: Thursday, June 27, 2002 8:32 AM
Subject: For Sale


A former student of mine has developed severe arthritis and has decided to
sell her potters wheel. She got a nice one with a lot of extras. Paid in the
range of $1250 new, perhaps 2 years ago. It has had minimal use.

Shimpo M400 1/2 Horsepower. Comes with worktable (costs extra from shimpo) a
one piece splash pan, A centering and opening tool.
She is asking $750 US, plus shipping/crating costs. She and her husband are
firm in the price. They can be reached at (814) 235-0749. Ask for Mary Jo or
Jay.

I will be off of clayart for the next month or so, so I will be unable to
field questions on this.

Thanks and happy potting,

Charles



Visit my webpage...
http://www.thecreativeoasis.com/Hughes/hughes.html

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mudlady@ATT.NET on wed 21 may 03


Dear Clay Art,

I have two items that I would like to sell.

The first is a Brent Slab roller SR-14, 14" wide and 3 feet long with 3
masonite shims, 1, 1/8'plain and 2,1/4" covered with canvas. It is in
excellent condition. Cost $650

The second is a studio model Bluebird Pugmill, Stainless steel interior but no
de-airing. Also in excellent condition. Cost $600

I live in Fairfield, Connecticut U.S.A. and can be reached via email at
mudlady@worldnet.att.net

Thanks,
Collette Smith

rob on fri 23 may 03


Collette,

I am very interested in the pugmill. When do you need an answer by? I'm
starting an art center, need a pugmill, and am in the proccess of securing
financing, but it'll be a few days at least before I have money in hand,
probably (more realistically) sometime in June.

Rob Van Rens
-at Pine Ridge Pottery Supply in Alexandria, VA
----- Original Message -----
From:
To:
Sent: Thursday, May 22, 2003 8:50 PM
Subject: For Sale


> Hi Clayart,
>
> I have not sold the Bluebird pugmill or the Brent slab roller. Anyone
> interested? Located in Fairfield,Connecticut U.S.A.
>
> Bluebird pugmill, studio model,stainless steel interior, no de-airing in
> excellent condition, rarely used. cost $600
>
> Brent slab roller SR-14, 14" wide with 3 masonite shims: 1,1/8"plain and
2,1/4"
> covered with canvas. In excellent condition. cost $650
>
> Please advise,thanks
> Collette Smith
>
>
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Brian Haviland on fri 23 may 03


Collett...

Could you send pictures of pugmill to sofia12@mailcity.com. Also
give the weight if you know approx.so i can figure what shipping might be
if i do buy it from you.

Thanks Brian Haviland








At 12:50 AM 5/23/03 +0000, you wrote:
>Hi Clayart,
>
>I have not sold the Bluebird pugmill or the Brent slab roller. Anyone
>interested? Located in Fairfield,Connecticut U.S.A.
>
>Bluebird pugmill, studio model,stainless steel interior, no de-airing in
>excellent condition, rarely used. cost $600
>
>Brent slab roller SR-14, 14" wide with 3 masonite shims: 1,1/8"plain and
>2,1/4"
>covered with canvas. In excellent condition. cost $650
>
>Please advise,thanks
>Collette Smith
>
>______________________________________________________________________________
>Send postings to clayart@lsv.ceramics.org
>
>You may look at the archives for the list or change your subscription
>settings from http://www.ceramics.org/clayart/
>
>Moderator of the list is Mel Jacobson who may be reached at
>melpots@pclink.com.

mudlady@ATT.NET on fri 23 may 03


Hi Clayart,

I have not sold the Bluebird pugmill or the Brent slab roller. Anyone
interested? Located in Fairfield,Connecticut U.S.A.

Bluebird pugmill, studio model,stainless steel interior, no de-airing in
excellent condition, rarely used. cost $600

Brent slab roller SR-14, 14" wide with 3 masonite shims: 1,1/8"plain and 2,1/4"
covered with canvas. In excellent condition. cost $650

Please advise,thanks
Collette Smith

Fred Cook on fri 23 may 03


on 5/22/03 8:50 PM, mudlady@ATT.NET at mudlady@ATT.NET wrote:

> Hi Clayart,
>
> I have not sold the Bluebird pugmill or the Brent slab roller. Anyone
> interested? Located in Fairfield,Connecticut U.S.A.
>
> Bluebird pugmill, studio model,stainless steel interior, no de-airing in
> excellent condition, rarely used. cost $600
>
> Brent slab roller SR-14, 14" wide with 3 masonite shims: 1,1/8"plain and
> 2,1/4"
> covered with canvas. In excellent condition. cost $650
>
> Please advise,thanks
> Collette Smith
>
> ______________________________________________________________________________
> Send postings to clayart@lsv.ceramics.org
>
> You may look at the archives for the list or change your subscription
> settings from http://www.ceramics.org/clayart/
>
> Moderator of the list is Mel Jacobson who may be reached at
> melpots@pclink.com.
I am confused, as stated above, I got this email at 8:50pm, but at 8:04AMMMM
the same day, you sent a note saying it was sold.
hmmmm.
Fred Cook

Vince Pitelka on sat 24 may 03


> I am confused, as stated above, I got this email at 8:50pm, but at
8:04AMMMM
> the same day, you sent a note saying it was sold.
> hmmmm.

Forgive me for sending yet another message to address this issue, but why in
the WORLD was this message sent to the whole Clayart message? Why clog up
all of our Clayart mail with a personal message that holds no interest at
all for anyone else. Come on, use some common sense!
- Vince

Vince Pitelka
Appalachian Center for Craft
Tennessee Technological University
1560 Craft Center Drive, Smithville TN 37166
Home - vpitelka@dtccom.net
615/597-5376
Office - wpitelka@tntech.edu
615/597-6801 x111, FAX 615/597-6803
http://iweb.tntech.edu/wpitelka/

DEBBYGrant@AOL.COM on sun 1 jun 03


I have a friend in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, who wishes to sell a 30 Qt.
floor model industrial mixer with paddle, wire whip and dough hook. He's asking
$300.00 or best offer.

Another friend has a brand new Lockerbie Model K motorized kick wheel for
sale for $700.00 in Manchester, NH.

Please let me know if you're interested.

Debby Grant in NH

L. P. Skeen on sat 12 jul 03


in Summerfield, NC (but not by me; posting for the owner):

hobby ceramic business folded, sold teh building, has to be out by 7/20. =
The following for sale:

Slip pouring table, $100 OBO
Various molds, lots of Christmas ones, $300 OBO for the lot of 'em.

MUST be moved before 7/20. Email me offlist if interested =
lpskeen@living-tree.net

L



L. P. Skeen www.living-tree.net
Living Tree Pottery, Summerfield, NC
Get your copy of the 2003 Clay Lover's Calendar
at my website above! :)

John & Carole Bandurchin on mon 22 mar 04


We have a display system which we are replacing with a new one, and =
would like to sell our "old" one. Actually it's not very old at all. =
It is about 2 years old and we want to replace it with one that has =
storage in the bottom sections. It consists of two units, each of =
which has 4 shelves, one unit has 6' by 15" shelves and the other has =
5'2" by 15" shelves. On each unit the second and third shelves have 4 =
halogen lights on the underside. (16 lights in all) They all run from =
one transformer which is included. The racks are 1" square aluminum =
tubing. The shelves are 1" laminated solid pine boards painted a fairly =
neutral grey colour.
We're located in Ontario, just about an hour east of Toronto.=20
I'd like $250 for the lot.
We can email a photo to anyone interested.

=20

pottery place on thu 20 may 04


For Sale: Halverson 30cf natural gas updraft car kiln. Must be removed =
by late July. Located in Muncie Indiana . Email: =
potter@thepotteryplace.com or call: 765-288-6633, or 765-779-4046 =
evenings. $1600.00 w/o shelves. G.Paschal

mayamoon@netzero.com on sun 20 jun 04


Want to learn how to build your own electric kiln??

Larry Fielder, who's been building electric kilns since 1985, will teach a kiln building workshop at my studio in Santa Fe NM on July 10 and 11th.

He taught it last year and got rave reviews. The course comes with a 130-page set of notes on building top loaders, front loaders and bell kilns. The notes are filled with design details, materials sources, wiring diagrams, etc, and Larry, of course, can answer all of your questions one on one. I built my own bell kiln for glass casting last year.

Cost for the course is $350. Best access is through Albuquerque, about an hour to the south. Santa Fe is filled with galleries and situated against the Sangre de Cristo Mountains at 7000 ft. Summer highs are in the low 90s and it's a beautiful time of year with lots to see and do.

Please contact me with questions.

Carol
www.craiglow.com
mayamoon@netzero.net

Cat Jarosz on sat 30 oct 04


For Sale : 2 custom built potter's wheels. Features 16" stainless steel
wheel heads W/ 1 1/4" stainless shafts, adjustable legs, Brent foot pedals and
controls. One wheel is built for standing throwning and the other for
sitting .. These wheels are in excellent condition . Must see to appreciate. $
2000 OBO

3 Brent ware carts with shelves. Excellent condition $ 225. each

Bluebird stainless steel movable mixer with tilting bucket. excellent
condition $2500. OBO

Please call or email for additional information or questions about this
equipment. Ask for Dennis

He can accept MC or Visa. There is also a possiblity of working out
payment in terms on the wheels and mixer.

Located 324 King Rd. Pisgah Forest, NC 28768 Phone:828 883-8300


Email _bernwellpots@citcom.net_ (mailto:bernwellpots@citcom.net)

_www.bernwellpottery.com_ (http://www.bernwellpottery.com)

Pisgah forest is near Brevard NC about 1 hr out of Asheville NC...

I got one of the ware carts and can attest they are in perfect condition..
comes with 24 shelves. I checked out highwater clay's price and it wants
$400 plus 5 dollars per shelf for a brand new brent ware cart when ON SALE !!!
PS if you hang out long enough he has a venco and gas kiln he would sell
ya Those wheels are a beautiful thing to behold and he will talk turkey
on price with you.. They are downsizing.

Ken Russell on tue 9 nov 04


Crusader 7 c.f. electric kiln (needs electrical control boxes) $40.00, 1
metal kickwheel(unknown brand, not a Lockerbie, Stuart or anything I've
ever seen) $200, 1 Stuart kickwheel, $250.00, approx 4000 NEW AP Green
asst firebrick (K-23 & K-25 equivalents) including arched brick for what
looks like enough to build 100 cf arch kiln $1.50 per brick or take all
for 4 grand, one used Walker non-deairing pug mill $200.00. Will sell
all or sell separately, you pay shipping costs or you can pick them up
at Quincy University. DO NOT contact the university, call me or e-mail
me (gone2pot@earthlink.net), Ken Russell 573-242-9860 (shop) and if you
want to pick up at QU, we'll arrange a time for your pick up.

Gay Judson on tue 9 nov 04


Where is Quincy University? I am interested in the Walker pug mill.
Thank you,

Gay Judson
In San Antonio, TX

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Clayart [mailto:CLAYART@LSV.CERAMICS.ORG] On Behalf Of Ken =
Russell
> Sent: Tuesday, November 09, 2004 2:03 PM
> To: CLAYART@LSV.CERAMICS.ORG
> Subject: for sale
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> Crusader 7 c.f. electric kiln (needs electrical control boxes) $40.00, =
1
> metal kickwheel(unknown brand, not a Lockerbie, Stuart or anything =
I've
> ever seen) $200, 1 Stuart kickwheel, $250.00, approx 4000 NEW AP Green
> asst firebrick (K-23 & K-25 equivalents) including arched brick for =
what
> looks like enough to build 100 cf arch kiln $1.50 per brick or take =
all
> for 4 grand, one used Walker non-deairing pug mill $200.00. Will sell
> all or sell separately, you pay shipping costs or you can pick them up
> at Quincy University. DO NOT contact the university, call me or =
e-mail
> me (gone2pot@earthlink.net), Ken Russell 573-242-9860 (shop) and if =
you
> want to pick up at QU, we'll arrange a time for your pick up.
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Ken Russell on wed 10 nov 04


Quincy University is in Quincy, IL and sorry the one wheel is not a
Stuart but is a Randall. The wheel o' unknown origin is quite smooth
and built very sturdy.

Priscilla Melesco on sun 4 dec 05


L & L electric kiln for sale. 27" deep by 23 1/2" wide. Manual temperature
control and Dawson kiln sitter, comes with two shelves. Good working
order. Asking $700. Located in SW Virginia, delivery may be possible.
contact priscillamelesco@hotmail.com

priscilla melesco on mon 5 dec 05


L&L electric kiln including two shelves for sale. 27" deep x 23 3/8 deep, 7
cubic feet.
manual temperature control with Dawson kiln sitter. Good working order,
lightly used. Asking $700.
Located in SW Virginia, close to NC border, TN and KY. delivery possible.
contact: priscillamelesco@hotmail.com

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Priscilla Melesco on tue 6 dec 05


L&L 7cft. electric kiln for sale. manual temperature control with dawson
kiln sitter and two shelves. lightly used, good working order. asking $700
located in SW Virginia, close to NC, TN, KY and WV delivery possible
contact priscillamelesco@hotmail.com

Priscilla Melesco on tue 13 dec 05


L&L electric kiln model J230
rated cone 10
240 volt
Dawson kin sitter, manual temp control
2 shelves
good working condition
asking $700
contact priscillamelesco@hotmail.com for possible delivery! thanks

Addis McCarthy on thu 3 aug 06


Small gas kiln Alpine HF-6 2500F cone 10 std. cone 14 with plat TC See
Craigs list Lakewood Colorado. Can deliver, install, add digital
controls. 1800/2000lbs. front loader

Bonnie Staffel on fri 4 aug 06


How I wish I lived near Colorado and in different circumstances =
(including
20 years younger). When I left Cranbrook in 1952 my husband was so =
happy to
have me home that he bought an Alpine gas kiln 5 cu. Ft, Cone 10 for me.
What a wonder that was. We built the kiln shed I have shown on Flickr =
site
that we could take apart when we moved. I had a lot of enjoyment =
learning
to fire that kiln as mine had the water tube and other bells and =
whistles
available at the time. I turned out some neat award winning pots from =
that
kiln. Carlton Ball was coming out with them. It was quick to load and
unload. My pyromaniac urges were fulfilled with that kiln. When we =
moved
to Charlevoix, I sold it. That was a sad day. =20

Thanks for the trip down memory lane.

Bonnie Staffel

http://webpages.charter.net/bstaffel/

Bruce on fri 18 aug 06


Skutt KM-1227-3 In good condition for sale located in Williamsburg
Brooklyn, NY. It comes with eight half shelves and posts. There is also a
down draft vent system. $1549. I may be able to help with local delivery.
Please email me at ecurb899@yahoo.com . Thank you.

Kevin Ritter on thu 12 jul 07


Beautifully rehabbed unique 2700 sq. ft. building on 3 lots currently used
as a gallery/studio/cafe with many extras. Can be used as a live/work space
with room for teaching classes. Located in an up and coming area of St.
Petersburg, Florida, centrally located with an enthusiastic and growing arts
community near beaches and numerous outdoor activities. Our website address is
_www.tribugallery.com_ (http://www.tribugallery.com) , you can see the
building and some of the amenities there. Please email me off list if you have any
interest or questions.

Thanks,
Kevin



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billie schwab on sun 9 nov 08


North West Pennsylvania - Pick up only:
For Sale - All equipment and chemicals from pottery studio - for complete l=
isting please email with pottery in subject line. Wheel=2C slab roller=2C e=
xtruder=2C scales=2C canopy=2C kiln along with much more. Prefer selling as=
group - very reasonable price for entire lot.=20
Thanks for looking=2C=20
Billie
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larry on sun 9 nov 08


I have "1000 new"
2600 degree Insulating Fire Brick for sale in Southern California
(about the right amount to build a kiln). They are new in boxes 20 per
box. i prefer to sell all the brick at once and the price is $2.80 per
brick (or we can talk). I can help with local delivery and can assist in
shipping by
trucking company if necessary, (shipping is not included in the price).
I operate a company where we ship regularly with SAIA Trucking. I am
currently building some fast fire kilns with my portion of the bricks,
but when I wanted to order them the manufacturer had a minimum order so
I am selling the balance. If you need any other information please feel
free to call me on my cell phone 562 773-8324
Thanks, Larry Now get your hands dirty and go play in the mud.

ELAINE CARROLL on tue 2 aug 11


Skutt KS 818, used, runs great, asking $500. located in Baton Rouge, LA, pi=
ckup
only

James Neiman on sun 8 jul 12


brent 20" slab roller god condition $700 or offer in sheboygan wi james_nei=
man@yahoo.com

James Neiman on sun 8 jul 12


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James Neiman on mon 9 jul 12


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James Neiman on mon 9 jul 12


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also six 1.5"x1.5"x30" matching bars. items are new condition seconds can =
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i buyer must collect or pay reasonable packing and shipping cost.

James Neiman on mon 9 jul 12


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