Llewellyn Kouba on mon 30 dec 02
I forgot to mention the stilts say 'Roselli' on them...I did a search and
found the stilts but still no indication as to what cone firing temperature?
Mac and Judi Buchanan on mon 30 dec 02
Llewellyn, Roselli Stilts are good to cone 5 in my experience. One of the
only brands that are. Still, don't trust them on tall narrow pieces that
might fall over if one pin happens to bend in the firing or heavy ware. One
and a half pounds is just about max on a three point stilt.
Does anyone know of a supplier of Roselli Stilts? The catalogues don't
usually name the maker.
Judi Buchanan, Flutter-by Pottery, Heidelberg, Mississippi
> I forgot to mention the stilts say 'Roselli' on them cone firing
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Cindi Anderson on fri 28 mar 03
We carry many of the Roselli stilts
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> Does anyone know of a supplier of Roselli Stilts? The catalogues don't
> usually name the maker.