Karin Hurt on sat 27 oct 01
but would prefer to stick to Cone 5 or 6. Is there a book out there
specifically addressing that.
Thanks for any information.
John Hesselberth on sat 27 oct 01
on 10/27/01 11:38 AM, Karin Hurt at Laffnbearpottery@AOL.COM wrote:
> but would prefer to stick to Cone 5 or 6. Is there a book out there
> specifically addressing that.
There is one out now by Michael Bailey titled Glazes Cone 6. You can get it
from The Potters Shop or Axners and probably other places also.
There will be another one out early next year by Ron Roy and me. You will
find the two books to be quite different in their approach so, hopefully,
both will have something to offer.
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