Dean Walker on thu 9 jan 03
I can only tell you that the Brent C wheel was the least expensive at a place
called Bennett's, in Florida. They advertise in Ceramics Monthly.
Unfortunately I discovered this after I had ordered one from Clay World
(also advertises in CM.) I had to wait 4 weeks and paid 200 dollars more.
In the Oct. 2002 issue page 7 they list the C wheel for $770. The B model
Pigdog19@AOL.COM on thu 9 jan 03
hi... just starting to set up the "studio"... any ideas as to=20
where i can get a decent price on kilns/kiln
supplies.... etc? =A0 appreciate any help...
Lily Krakowski on thu 9 jan 03
Eileen: Dear Heart! Where in the galaxy are you? What kind of a kiln do
you want? Have you tried the clay magazines at the library? Have you
spoken to the art teacher at the high school? Have you checked the yellow
Last: many companies have reduced prices on kilns in Summer....
> hi... just starting to set up the "studio"... any ideas as to
> where i can get a decent price on kilns/kiln
> supplies.... etc? appreciate any help...
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