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Features

Throwing Tall Narrow Forms....................................................................................9 by Annie Robbins Seattle potter reveals her seven steps to making tall cylinders.

The Grind of Being a Potter ....................................................................................16 by Don Adamaitis Types and tips for grinding tasks in the studio.

The Best Field Trip Ever ........................................................................................ 20 by Sumi von Dassow Sixth graders receive a hands-on treat.

As the Wheel Turns: A Survey of Electric Potters Wheels ....................................24 by Jonathan Kaplan Comprehensive look at over 30 wheels for the studio potter.

Choosing an Electric Potters Wheel........................................................................ 35 by Jonathan Kaplan Tips on how to select the wheel that’s just right for you.

In this issue, Jonathan Kaplan presents a comprehensive survey of more than 30 wheels he and dozens of potters tested at his facilities in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Jonathan wrote, “The last review of potters wheels was done in 1974 for Studio Potter magazine, where eight wheels were reviewed and opinions presented. Now, 28 years later, there are more manufacturers, more models, a wider variety of design, engineering and sophistication, more potters, and even wheels for niche markets. The time is indeed right for an in-depth survey, handson evaluation and review of the current marketplace.” Jonathan’s review begins on page 24.

Ohio Feats of Clay Competition .............................................................................40 New Potters Guide In this issue you’ll find the first by Lacey Luce PMI with a Potters Guide. This sec­ Students demonstrate prowess in some of the more unusual pottery skills. tion began as part of the Special 2002 Potters Guide................................................................................................... 47 Potters Guide issue, and retains Product Index ..................................................................................................... 47 many of the features it had there: Tools and Equipment.......................................................................................... 48 listings of products and vendors, a Studio Supplies .................................................................................................. 62 geographic locator to find sources you, and the world’s most Resources ........................................................................................................... 77 near complete directory of businesses Services............................................................................................................... 78 offering products and services to Geographic Locator.............................................................................................80 potters. Company Directory.............................................................................................82 Education Directory The Education Directory por­ Departments tion will appear in our upcoming PMI Online: Education Venues..................................................................................6 September/October issue. It will contain the most comprehensive by Helen Bates Surf college web sites to find the program you need for advancing your ceramic education. listing to date of venues where you Glaze Making 101 ................................................................................................... 37 can get pottery instruction. The list­ ing is free for colleges, universities, by Lili Krakowski art schools, community art centers, How to measure glaze consistency to get consistent glazing. Kid’s Corner: Finger Masks.....................................................................................40 commercial art centers and private studios. If you or your organization by Craig Hinshaw provide pottery instruction to the Miniature masks worn on the fingers provide a delightful project for any age. Down to Business: Making It As a Potter in 2002...............................................44 public, please complete the form on our Web site by July 25 to have your by Chris Campbell free listing appear in the issue. A look at different paths to meeting one’s clay habit. Off the Shelf: Decorating Pottery, Part II ...............................................................46 by Sumi von Dassow A selection of books to help you add more skills to your decorating.

Cover photo credits. Background photo of Annie Robbins and tall bottle form by John Cornicello. Grinding photo by Don Adamaitis and field trip photo by Sumi von Dassow.

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Education Venues

by Helen Bates

Many of us learn to make pottery and other ceramics by working with more experienced potters in potters' guilds, or at local continuing education facilities, workshops, and the like. But there are many colleges and universities where the person wanting to make a deeper study of the subject, or to become a full-time teacher of ceramics can pursue formal studies.This is espe­ cially true in the United States, where more than 200 institutions of higher learning offer a major concentration of studies in ceramics at the bachelor's and/or the master's level. Because admission to a college program takes time and some programs have limited enroll­ ment, planning ahead is not a bad idea. Here are a number of campuses with useful and often very interesting sites. The ones I’ve chosen range from the “funky” to the formal, from highly image-oriented sites to more course-based information, but all have something worth checking out, and all have at least some “pretty pictures.”

Ohio State University (Columbus, OH) www.arts.ohio-state.edu/Art/

The Ohio State University Ceramics area, with one of the major ceramics facil­ ities in the country, is an excellent place to start your viewing. All areas of ceram­ ic arts are included, with pottery and sculpture making a strong showing. The “Flash” site, supported by most browsers, allows easy and quick movement throughout the site. Highlights of this marvelous site are the exellent images of work by faculty and students. After loading the site, hover the mouse pointer over a menu item to open a lateral submenu. Select “Graduate,” click on “Ceramics” then on any link. All pages have a navigation menu on the left side. Besides view­ ing the faculty pages for images of work by Mary Jo Bole, Rebecca Harvey and Steven Thurston, visit the “Facilities” page for more images from The Arthur Baggs Ceramic Library’s collection of historical clay objects.

University of Texas—Tyler www.uttyler.edu/arts/studioarts/

The University ofTexas at Tyler offers degree work in 2-D and 3-D art, includ­ ing ceramics. An enjoyable part of the site is the online show, “The Twenty-Two Ways of Clay,” with vessels and sculpture by many of the major contemporary ceramicsts in the U.S. Another is the archived exhibition for NCECA ‘98: “Within The Borders,” showing the work of 18 contemporary Texas potters. There are also links to Professor Gary Hatcher’s own work—elegant, sparely decorated, woodfired vessels—as well as work by Daphne Hatcher and articles about the Hatchers’ apprenticeship with the Leach pottery at St. Ives, Cornwall, England. Planned for the future are pages on wood-firing and on apprenticeships in several countries. If you click on “Pine Mills Pottery,” you’ll see many other links, including the Dewayne Perry Collection of many other interesting potters’ pieces.

University of Wisconsin—Whitewater facstaff.uww.edu/olsonc/

A number of the University ofWisconsin campuses have ceramics programs, but the web site of Professor Charlie Olson drew me back again and again. Colorful and idiosyncratic in the extreme, with those staring, blinking eyes and the story of “Lillian” (Charlie’s old decorated station wagon), the site is nevertheless well-orga­ nized offering good visuals of works by Prof. Olson and his collegue Karl Borgeson, and even better ones of some of the UW-W students’ pieces. Recipes for a number of the high-fire glazes are on one of the pages, and the course requirements and syllabi are detailed. Don’t forget to click on the “Lillian” photos. This is one of the best sites for photos of the departmental area, students at work, and equipment. The site is not hard to navigate, but use of the scroll bar may be necessary to see some of the links.

Sheridan College Ceramics (Oakville, ON, Can) www.sheridanc.on.ca/academic/arts/craftsdesign/ceramics/

Sheridan College, near Toronto, is home to one of the oldest and largest educa­ tional crafts programs in North America, where fine arts and crafts are taught at a high level to students from all over the world. The ceramics work produced by stu­ dents, staff, and alumni is innovative, artful, and skillfully done. The Web site is tightly written and informative, and with images of the facilities and clay work throughout. At Sheridan, graduates learn the skills necessary to set up their own studios. To access the college home page, go to www.sheridanc.on.ca then select “Welcome to Sheridan.” Hover the mouse arrow over this and select “Virtual Video Tours” for a menu of QuickTime and Windows Media Player movies of col­ lege work and life. If you’re serious about further training in your art, peruse areas areas on this site that I haven’t room to mention. It’s a great school! 6

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PHOTO: BOHEMIAN NOMAD

by Annie Robbins I’ve always favored tall narrow forms, but no matter how hard I’ve tried, getting anything over 18 to 20 inches high just eluded me. Then a few years ago, I sprained my right wrist and thumb in a car accident so I didn’t work for a while to give my hand a rest. Fearing the worst, I went to a hand specialist and broke into tears. He explained that hand injuries were sometimes worse for artists because we use our hands to express our­ selves. He encouraged me to “find a new way” and inspired me to challenge myself. After 20 years of hard work as a thrower and even longer as a very stubborn woman, I left his office baffled. Somehow I had to take the stress of pulling up tall pieces off my right hand and wrist, and although I hardly expected to come out ahead, I was hoping to break even. The result is that I dis­ covered a technique that allowed me to stretch beyond my previous limits. I’m sure other potters have worked this way, but for me it’s still new and exciting!

Three tall bottles (the middle one is 27 inches high) that began as tall narrow cylinders. Annie Robbins states that “Lucie Rie is the potter I most admire and emulate.”

TIPS FOR SUCCESS

Bottle, 23 inches high. Annie believes that “simplicty brings out the beauty in a form.”

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• Apply the seven basic “C’s” for throwing: Collar it in, Clean it up/off, Cut it off, Compress, Compress, Compress and, of course, Cheat when­ ever possible. • Tall narrow forms can quickly become off center, similar to the rope in a spinning lasso. The faster the wheel spins, the more exaggerated the twirl. Work at a reasonable pace, and when in doubt, SLOW DOWN and collar your piece. • Water is not your best friend when throwing these tall forms. Water weakens the piece and lessens the integrity of the clay’s strength, so use it sparingly. Tip: Throughout the throwing process, I usually wet my hand instead of the clay. Pottery Making illustrated

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PROCESS PHOTOS: JOHN CORNICELLO

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Begin with well-wedged small balls of clay.

Form a large centered mass that’s tall and narrow.

Open the centered clay burrowing your left hand into the mass using very little water.

Note: Metal ribs tend to scrape off excess slip as opposed to rubber ribs, which compress the clay and moisture together.

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Lift your hand out while opening your fin­ gers inside the piece and raise it slowly so the opening is no more than about 4 inches across. Clean off excess moisture on the outside with a metal rib.

If there is any unevenness at the top of the piece, use a needle tool to trim it off. Do not press the unevenness back into the piece.

Figures 6, 7 and 8 (above)

Now, get ready to cone the clay. A similar technique is used by many potters when centering . The way that works best for my right wrist is to place my palm at 12 o’clock, flat against the piece facing my stomach, fingers aiming in a counter-clockwise direction. My left wrist is bent back at 6 o’clock, fingers pointing clockwise. Compress, using the weight of your center, and slowly bring the

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piece up while gradually collaring the cylinder. There should be some friction against the counter-clockwise motion of the clay. While compressing your hands together, move them clockwise to the 3 and 9 o’clock positions. With a wheelhead speed of about 60 rpm, this collaring action should take only about 3 to 4 seconds. The compression will make the opening smaller. That’s ok for now.

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Figures 9 and 10 (right)

Clean off the outside of the piece with a metal rib, open the top a little and cut off any excess at the top. Repeat the collaring process at least once more.

Figures 11 and 12 (right)

Wet your left hand and arm and insert them while opening your fingers just a little on the way down because the opening is now nar­ row from the collaring. The collaring com­ pressed the walls of the cylinder and made them thicker, but this left compression marks on the inside of the form, which you can feel as the wheel rotates. Use the whole long length of the outside of your thumb and apply pressure in the opposite direction of your wheel’s counter-clockwise rotation (go from 3 to 5 o’clock). As you insert your arm down into the cylinder, use this motion as an opportunity to compress the walls from the inside. With the exception of the moisture on your hands and arm, there should be no need for any additional moisture on the inside of the piece. While this step usually lowers the height, the cylinder is still over my elbow!

Figure 14 (left)

Stretch your wet hand and arm down to the base. Compress the thumb side of your left hand to the wall and start to pull up. It’s hard to get much strength without a bent elbow but don’t worry about the thickness of your piece at the base because it needs to be thick to hold up the walls. It also needs to be thick so that, when your piece is finished, it has some weight at the base so the cat doesn’t knock it over. Remember, you can always trim it off later if you want.

Figure 13 (above)

Clean and trim the form. Already, you should have a nice tall narrow cylinder, and you’re ready to make your first pull.

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Figures 15,16 and 17 (above)

The form will twist as you work your way to the top. Since the clay is not distributed the same way as it is on a wide piece, it usually takes me three passes to complete one pull. Here’s how: Pull up about one-third from the base. Right before you sense the twist is near, withdraw your hand. Now, place your hands at 3 and 9 o’clock,

directly above the place where you stopped pulling (one-third from the base) and start to collar it in, bringing your hands up as you go. Clean off the piece and trim the top. Note: When I pull, I use a damp sponge on the outside in my right hand. The piece will be hugging your left arm so, if the moisture runs out, be ready to squeeze some water down your arm.

Figures 18 and 19 (above)

Invert your wet left hand and arm back into the cylinder and go down to the area you started collaring (not lower). Compress and pull up until you feel the piece may want to twist, around two-thirds of the way up. Remove your hand and repeat the collaring process from the two-thirds point. Cut excess off the top and clean with a metal rib. Insert wet hand and arm down just as far as you last

started collaring (at the two-thirds point) and pull to the top and trim the rim.

Note: If you compress too hard when you collar the piece, the area above your hands may want to spin like a lasso. The taller the sec­ tion, the more likely this is to happen.

Figures 20 and 21 (left)

The next step is difficult and requires terrif­ ic coordination between your foot pedal and the speed of your hands. Start at the base and quickly collar up all the way. Sometimes, I apply water directly to the piece before this pass. The hand-foot coor­ dination is similar to speeding on a country road—the faster you’re traveling, the quick­ er you need to twist and turn with the curves. You’ll know right away if your hands aren’t fast enough because the piece will spin out of control. One fun way to deal with this problem is to recruit a friend!

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Have that person stand directly across from you. Make sure her or his hands are wet. Have your friend place their hands on either side of the cylinder at 9 and 3 o’clock posi­ tions, thumbs up about 2 to 3 inches from the top. Be ready for your next motion because if you wait too long her hands could dry from friction. If this person is not a potter, explain they aren’t squeezing, just “spotting” your piece.

Collar the form while compressing and raise your hands at a fairly swift pace. If my wheel is travelling at 60 rpm, I generally cover the whole upward distance in 4 to 5 revolutions. Be sure to have your friend move her hands up if she feels the piece moving up.

Now clean off the piece with your metal rib, trim the excess, and you should have a nice tall cylinder. This is where the fun begins. Start to create your form. Happy potting!

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One of Annie’s favorites is the bottle form with a cup shape on top. This is a tricky form since it is all thrown as one piece.

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PHOTO: JOHN CORNICELLO

PHOTO: BOHEMIAN NOMAD

“The Necklace,” 19¾ inches high. Annie fires allher pieces in an oxidation atmos­ phere and often fires them multiple times.

Annie Robbins is a potter living in Seattle. She is currently represented through the William Traver Gallery (see wuw.travergallery.com), and is also available for workshops. For questions or comments, write to Annie at 7002 19th Ave. Nlfy Seattle, WA 98117, or e-mail her annierobbins@msn.com and be sure to include your mailing address.

Annie allows the lips to speak for them­ selves and in this way the forms find their own voice.

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by Don Adamaitis Most potters are faced with the task of sanding or grinding off kiln grog, glaze, and silicon nodules from the bottoms of their finished fired work. This is an activity all potters must do before their work can be used, especially functional pieces. There are several possible grinding methods, and you can use one or more of them, depending on your firing technique, background, location, or financial sit­ uation. Lets discuss some of the most common meth­ ods, and I’ll provide some advice about their strengths and weaknesses based on my own experiences. TYPES OF GRINDING

One of the least expensive methods for grinding the bottom of a pot is to use a clean, smooth silicon car­ bide kiln shelf that has not been coated with kiln wash. To use this method, press the bottom of the pot square­ ly on the surface of the shelf, holding your pot in both

hands while wearing gloves, moving it in a circular motion. One problem with this method is that the grinding occurs only at the pot’s point of contact with the shelf surface. The undercut must still be cleaned with a piece of broken silicon carbide kiln shelf. Another inexpensive method is to used the com­ mercially available silicon carbide rods or bars used by brick masons and used by potters to keep their kiln shelf surfaces in good condition. The silicon carbide bars work well on large surfaces of pot bottoms and tiles, but can chip or break smaller foot ridges if not used with extreme care. I’ve been in studios where a potter uses a belt/disk sander for grinding pottery, and all I can say is, it’s not only ineffective but also awkward and dangerous. This tool, and the belt grits, are meant for wood and not rec­ ommended for ceramic use. In addition, many potters use the common shop grinding wheel. These commer-

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Left to right: a full-face shield, highly rec­ ommended and the plastic shield is replaceable. Eye protection with side and forehead extensions, to be worn when there is a need for the use of a dusk mask. Standard safety glasses, not recommend­ ed for use while grinding any material, but better than nothing.

Silicon carbide grinding block and rod, excellent for cleaning kiln shelves, but not recommended to smooth finish the bottoms of pots. They are too coarse and the grooves are likely to chip the bottom edge of the pot.

A standard wood belt and disc sander, designed to sand wood, not recommended for ceramic material. Because of their speed and design, they can be a safety hazard when attempting to grind ceramic material.

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A standard metal grinding wheel assemble. This tool can be used in a ceramic studio for grinding the bottom of ware, providing the grinding wheels are changed to ones that are designed for use with masonry or lapidary material.

The centripetal expanding rubber belt grinder, with changeable belt. Attached to a low rpm motor, it makes an excellent “must have” tool for any serious pottery studio.

An example of the author grinding the bot­ tom of a vase, note the lack of dust from the pottery and the grinding grit.

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cial wheels are manufactured for grinding metal and the rpm is usually too high for pottery, resulting in the contact point glowing red hot if the pot is not con­ stantly rotating. It will be susceptible to thermo chip or crack. For safety, use a low rpm motor with a fine­ grained masonry wheel, and then only with a light pressure while constantly rotating the pot. My favorite pottery-finishing grinder is one with a low rpm motor and an expanding rubber wheel with replaceable abrasive belts. These units are available at most well-stocked ceramic or lapidary supply stores, and they are made for grinding and polishing of rocks and minerals. The grinding belts hold up well to mod­ erate abuse, but the main drawback is that the initial purchase and a supply of belts are moderately expen­ sive. The grinding/sanding belts are easy to change because they are held securely by the centrifugal expansion of the rubber wheel beneath the belt only during operation.

My favorite grinding/cutting tool, and probably the most versatile, is the 4 1/2-inch angle grinder shown here with wood, masonry, and metal grinding and cutting discs. (Note: Not the 4-inch model! The 4 1/4-inch model’s grinding and cutting wheels will last longer and cost almost the same as the 4-inch discs.) What I like about it is that it is relatively inexpensive, and by simply changing the disc, it can be used as a metal grinder, masonry grinder, tile cutter, metal cutter (much better and quicker than a hacksaw), and a wood sander. The discs are very reasonable and available at most home centers or tool stores. Its major drawback is that it is not recommended for grinding small pots, but it works well on large architectural pieces or cutting and fitting tiles. Since this type of grinder is a two-handed tool, all work must be clamped or securely fixed when working on it.

Don Adamaitis has been an active potter since 1962. He has a degree in the physical sciences, and since retiring in 1981. has devoted his attention to glaze chemistry and other pottery-related activities.

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SAFETY PROTECTION

Warning! Grinding anything is hazardous! The first (and most important) aspect of grinding is using safety glasses to protect your eyes from flying debris during the grinding operation. Eye protection must be made of a material that will stop most small projectiles with­ out shattering. Common corrective prescription eye­ glasses, without safety glass, can shatter and do damage to your eyes and should not be used in place of safety glasses. The full-face shield offers the most effective protection device and protects both the face and eyes. One big advantage over simple safety glasses is that you can wear corrective eyeglasses under a face shield. Also, if grinding generates any dust, you need to wear a dust mask to protect your lungs from the fine silicon dust. Some types of dust masks cannot be worn under the face shield because of their size, so you’ll need to use safety glasses with side and forehead exten­ sions instead of the full-face shield.

The 4 1/2-inch angle grinder with a metal cutting disk, slicing through a piece of angle iron. Care needs to be taken to stand aside of the wash of the cutting wheel, as it has been known that the parks concentration will burn holes through jackets and work aprons. I use my 4 1/2-inch angle grinder to cut and grind angle iron when I am building kilns. It can also be used with the masonry grinding discs (green label) to grind off the glaze disasters on kiln shelves, or to grind off a few thousandths of an inch from the shoulder of a lid that may have warped during firing.You can make a clean cut with either an avail­ able diamond or a thin masonry abrasive disc on tiles to make the perfect fit. There is also a wound-wire brush attachment for cleaning the rust off your kiln frame when it’s time for repainting. With a little imagination and a lot of safety, this tool will cut, smooth, and grind almost any mate­ rial you wish. One note of caution, when cutting any mate­ rial, stand aside of the “spark splash” created by the cutting wheel, as the spark output will burn a hole in your clothing. WARNING: WEAR A SAFETY FACE SHIELD WHILE OPERATING AN ANGLE GRINDER! CAUTION: In operating any power equipment, always read and follow the safety guidelines in the owner’s manual! illustrated

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by Sumi von Dassow My recipe for the “best field trip ever� calls for 55 sixth-graders, two teachers, several parent volunteers and five Sotters. Mix these together with fire, clay, and mechanical devices for a day and I guarantee an enthusiastic response. For a “clay day� at the Washington Heights Art Center, where I usually teach adults, the above-mentioned kids, teachers and parents spent the day pit-firing and learning how to use a slab-roller, extruder, and pottery wheels. At a later date, I delivered all their work to their school (more than 165 pieces of pottery!). Although entertaining such a large group of kids in a pottery studio (and cleaning up after them) was a lot of work, when their art teacher told me that several kids and parents called the clay day “the best field trip ever,� all that work seemed worth it. This field trip was initiated when Euclid Elementary School art teacher Tamara Anderson heard about our pit-firing and wanted her students to have this experience. Since she had no facilities for such a project at her school and no equipment for work­ ing with clay, she arranged for a small grant from the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District. The SCFD is a sales-tax-funded Denver metro area agency that supports organizations ranging from the Denver Zoo to small dance groups. In an era when schools often have to cut back on the arts to fully fund core programming, it becomes increasingly important for agencies such as the SCFD to help provide learning experiences kids otherwise couldn’t get. A good way to introduce children to clay is to host a field trip such as this one. Whether at your studio or a public institution, hands on experiences are the best way to share the joys of working in clay Ed. 20

One of the stations inside the building was the wheel room. Even though they knew they wouldn’t be keeping their wheelthrown pots, the kids put their best effort into working on the wheel and had a great time with it. To make candle shelters, students pushed a dowel rod through a roughly 2-pound log of clay and rolled it from inside to form a cylinder.

Three weeks before “clay day,� I took a trip to Euclid for a day, where I helped each of Mrs. Anderson’s 55 students make a pot to be pit-fired. I chose to have them make candle shelters—a simple cylinder with no top or bottom, made by pushing a dowel rod through a log of clay and rolling it from the inside.

Three weeks later, when the stu­ dents showed up at Washington Heights, they were split into four groups, which were rotated among four stations. One of the stations was the wheel room, where two of my adult students centered prewedged lumps of clay for the kids and briefly demonstrated how to throw a cylin­ der before turning the kids loose at the wheels. This project wasn’t going to be a “keeper,� so the kids were encouraged to have fun with the process and not to worry about the finished product.

The next step was to cut openings in the cylinder for the light to shine through.

The students cut out shapes all around for a candle’s light to shine through.This was a project that could be executed in one class period, requiring minimal equipment and tools, but which allowed ample room for creativity in execution. In addi­ tion, as I explained to the students, it seemed appropriate to take a piece that had been fired in a pit and “painted by the flames� and use it to display a candle. Another reason I wanted them to make open cylinders was to encourage the movement of air and heat around the pit, thus (I hoped) allowing pots in every part of the pit the best chance to develop good color in the firing. Pottery Making illustrated

After cutting a square out of her textured slab, a student places it over a cottage cheese carton to form a draped slab dish. The carton is covered with dry cleaner plas­ tic to act as a cushion for the clay and to make it easier to remove once the clay stiff­ ened adequately. I removed all the cartons later that day, before the clay had a chance to shrink too much around the carton.

A second group got to work with a slab roller. Another of my students helped them roll slabs and texture them by impressing them with a vari­ ety of objects, including lace doilies, fabric stamps, leaves, and so on. The textured slabs were then shaped into dishes by draping them loosely over cottage cheese cartons. July/August 2OO2


Another station was the hand-building room, where each student extruded about six inches of hexagonal pipe to work with. Here, a volunteer stands by to help cut off the extrusion.

The third station was the extruder. Each child got to make a hollow hexagonal extrusion and alter it or add to it as they liked. Since the slab and the extruder projects were to be fired for the kids, they were encour­ aged to work carefully when joining parts, and to think about how they wanted the finished product to look.

Students place bisqued candle shelters on a bed of wood shavings in the pit.

Of course, each group also got to help out with the fourth station, which was the pit where their candle shelters were being fired. One group helped load preheated pots into the pit.

When I delivered the pit-fired pots. Since there were a lot of kids helping with this process, a lot of candle shelters (every one of which copper, salt, and soaked straw went picked up lots of color in the pit) and the slab and extruder projects (which into this pit! I had glazed with a random selection of our shop glazes), Mrs. Anderson told me about some of the ripple effects of the field trip. One of the parent chaperones, seeing how much her younger daughter enjoyed the clay day, got together a group of par­ ents to lobby the principal of her older daughters high school to insti­ tute a clay program there. Another The pit is lit. The kids really liked this part, “ripple” was the formation of a clay of course, and they passed around the fire club at Euclid. Other participants starters so different kids could light each chose to begin taking pottery classes corner. at local studios. I was particularly The third group carefully loaded pleased to hear that a couple of the kindling and firewood on top of the most enthusiastic and creative partic­ pots, and the fourth group lit the pit ipants were kids who normally had and covered it when it burned down no interest in art and who were often enough. discipline problems in school. At each station the kids (and their This was a learning experience for parent and teacher chaperones) got a me as well as for the Euclid students, chance to learn about ways of shap­ and I would change a few things ing and working with clay that about this project if we get a chance weren’t available to them at their to do it again. For instance, I would school, and to think about things like change the slab project so that the how clay shrinks and changes as it slabs are draped inside the form, dries and is fired. The pit firing rather than outside—some of those process gave the kids an opportunity draped-slab dishes were awfully large! to see some of their science learning Nevertheless, I look forward to the in practice, for instance, the need for next time, hoping that once again an adequate air supply to make the playing with clay will spark some fire hot enough, and why copper sul­ kids’ interest in art. fate might make red or green marks on their pots. They left full of enthu­ siasm for pottery and eager to see how all their projects were going to turn out.

A completed slab project. Some kids want­ ed to make the biggest possible draped slab dish, but the smaller ones were more successful. Some of the larger ones tore from the weight of too much clay hanging on the cottage cheese carton, or turned out to be unstable when they were turned right side up.

Students sprinkle salt, copper sulfate, and Miracle-Gro over the pots in the pit. Salt and copper-soaked straw, lots of scrap wood and firewood were then loaded on top of the pots. Each of the four groups of kids got to do part of this work.

The second group (wearing rub­ ber gloves) helped sprinkle the pots with copper sulfate, Miracle-Gro, and salt, and place straw soaked in a solu­ tion of copper and salt around the July/August 2OO2

A pit-fired candle shelter. Despite the cold and damp (there was snow on the ground), the pit-firing was very successful and the candle shelters picked up lots of color.

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Sumi von Dassow is a regular contributor to Pottery Making Illustrated and the author of Off-the-Shelf book reviews. A potter for more than 20 years, Sumi teaches at the Washington Heights Center for the Traditional Arts in Lakewood, Colorado. For comments, contact Sumi at www. well, com /~sumi.

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A Survey of Electric Potters Wheels Potters wheels. We all use them in varying degrees in the pursuit of our craft. We throw, trim, cut spares from cast work, trim the flash from pressed or jiggered work, jand glazes or underglazes, decorate, wax bottoms, and much more. They’re an extension of our hands and mind, mucn ike any tool we use to craft our work, and they’re very personal and intimate. The question is how to review more than 30 potters wheels available in the United States? How to make it objective, unbiased, and provide the necessary information so that prospective purchasers can make an educated choice for a tool that may well be a fine friend, a part of their pottery making experience for many years into the future, if not a lifetime? While we all have our own preferences as to what features we like or dislike, every wheel in this review performs the same function. On May 18 and 19, 2002, a group of potters of all skill levels and abilities, ages, and experience came together at the Ceramic Design Group facilities in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, for precisely this purpose. The major domes­ tic manufacturers provided many models of their product lines. Each participant was provided with a questionnaire that asked objecive “yes” and “no” questions about the various features of each wheel with space provided for additional subjective comments. \nd of course, much dialogue ensued after hours. What is important to note is that this survey and review was not designed to select “the best or worst” or to rank wheels on such a scale. Its sole purpose is to provide information.

To be sure to present a “level playing field” all wheels were used directly from the box. No leg extensions were used, and the wheels were not adjusted on site. They were used just as they arrived from the fac­ tory. Everyone used the same clay, and everyone threw their ware on bats. Most wheels are delivered in a single box, except for the Bailey wheels, which require some simple assembly.

Amaco/Brent, Bailey Pottery Equipment, and Creative Industries donated bats. Zack Pool of Mile Hi Ceramics in Denver generously donated 2000 pounds of Dover White clay as well as his sage advice on many of the details. Also, thanks to the Steamboat School District for the use of the coffee pot, and B and K Distributing for the keg!

See our web site for the survey from the Ceramic Design Group as well as additional information on this review at www.potterymaking.org.

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Many manufacturers delivered wheels, and they deserve a great deal of thanks: • • • • • • • • • • •

Amaco/Brent Thomas Stuart Potters Wheels Kemper Tools Bailey Pottery Equipment Creative Industries Max Axner Pottery Supply Shimpo Ceramic Products Lockerbie Manufacturing Bluebird ManufacturinglSoldner Ceramic Services/California Potters Wheels • Laguna Clay/Pacifica.

Thanks to the Ceramic Design Group staff and organizers: Elisabeth Simeri, Gail Holthausen, Deb Babcock, Jonathan Kaplan, Bret Binford, and Chris Lyon for their hard work and dedication to make this event a true success. And thanks also to studio dogs Gobi and Durban.

Jonathan Kaplan is the owner of the Ceramic Design Group, a custom design and manufacturing company for the ceramic, pottery and giftware industries in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. For comments concerning this article, you can contact him at info@ceramicdesigngroup.net.

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Axner Pottery Wheels

Many hard-working potters and clay work­ ers joined us to provide their seasoned input as well as delicious food for the potluck dinner: Deb Babcock, Gail Bartik, Brett Binford, Amy Cosgrove, Linda Dadisman, Macy Dorf, Rachael Elston, Jody Elston, Tom Forte, David Gamble, Suzanne Graham, Gail Holthausen, Jonathan Kaplan, Lisa Koch, Irene LopezWessell Lucius, William A. Lucius, Chris Lyon, Jenni Lay, Kenton Oakes, Jon Pacini, Anita Pajon, Eve Partridge, Gail Price, Bill Sanders, Elisabeth Simeri, Kathy Thayer, and Rosie MacDonald. Many thanks for their efforts!

The Axner wheels are a recent introduction from Axner Company Inc., a full-service pottery supply, equipment, and publishing compa­ ny. Significant research and devel­ opment time over the past two years was done by both electrical and mechanical engineers as well as potters to produce this current line of wheels. The current models have Axner wheel was designed by Howard a 1/3-, 1/2-, or 1 1/2-hp DC motor with The a potter for more than 30 years. SCR controller, feedback circuitry, Axner, Shown is the M-600 equipped with a ½- hp and grooved V-belts for power motor. transmission. All moving parts are guarded and the motor can be moved to adjust the belt tension. Axners products feature a remov­ able wheelhead with bat pins, either a one-piece splash pan with a drain or a two-piece splash pan. Options include table and leg extensions, a jigger/jolly arm, and a thigh-pedal control. The wheels are built of powder-coated aluminum and have An Axner wheel is evaluated. A question­ a two-year warranty. The wheels naire with seven sections covering all aspects of design, engineering, ergonom­ are sold directly by Axner. ics, and proposed use were completed by the reviewers.

Bailey Pottery Equipment

Bailey Pottery Equipment Company introduced its potters wheels in 1999. They feature a welded steel frame and legs. Wheel heads are drilled for bat pins and are secured with a set screw. The wheels are available with 1/4- and 1/2-hp DC motors coupled to SCR controllers with feedback circuitry. Round polyurethane belts provide power transmission on multi-grooved pul­ leys. Moving parts are covered, and the position of the motor can be adjusted to alter the tension of the belt. There are two types of wheels available with several models of each type. Accessories include extension counters and shelves with either a standard, wrap around or swivel design, leg set extensions, wheelhead extensions, and a trimming shield. A new two-part splash pan has been July/August 2OO2

Bailey “Studio Wheels” (ST series) have a plastic-covered Medex top with a remov­ able two-part splash pan.

introduced that features a much larger rear section to hold more trimmings. Bailey wheels are shipped in two boxes; partial assem­ bly is required. All wheels feature a two-year warranty. Pottery Making illustrated

Bailey “Professional Wheels” (Pro series) feature an integral molded counter pan, a molded drain, and trimming door. This model has an optional trim shield.This model is shown with an optional shelf. Some wheels offered integral shelving and counter systems as options to supplement the existing wheel table top. This very for­ ward-thinking concept is a great addition to any wheel. The idea of a “wheel system” or “wheel station” is a direction that manufac­ turers may embrace in the future.

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Brent POTTERY EQUIPMENT

In 1969, Robert Brent started making potters wheels in California. His business soon expanded into gas kilns and moist clay bodies. In 1979, the company was purchased by American Art Clay Company (AMACO). American Art Clay produces clays, glazes, underglazes, overglazes, kilns, and other pottery supplies and equipment. Their equipment divi­ sions, Brent Pottery Eqtiipment and Excel Ceramic Equipment manu­ factures wheels, slab rollers, ware carts, extruders, and kilns. The Model B, C, and CXC Brent pot­ tery wheels feature welded steel frames and steel-plate tops and sides covered with a molded plastic pro­ tective surface. The small footprint Model A is a smaller wheel with a DC motor and electronic speed control. The Model 15 features an AC motor and a ring/cone drive. Wheelheads are drilled to accept bat pins and are press fit and pinned to the shaft, which is then pressed into the bear­

ings. Motors range from a 1/3-hp AC motor to a 1-hp DC and feature modular control boxes incorporating SCR motor controllers with feed­ back circuitry. All wheels have auto­ matic spring-loaded belt tensioning and moving parts are covered with a removable plastic shield. A two-part molded polypropylene splash pan is available for all models. Accessory items include an attachable stool and leg extension kit. All wheels feature a two-year limited warranty.

The model B, C, and CXC Brent pottery wheels feature welded steel frames, steelplate tops and sides covered with a mold­ ed plastic protective surface.

Hot Motors and Horsepower

The horsepower on DC electric motors can be rated as “peak” or “continuous duty.” Less expensive peak-rated motors provide horse­ power only for short intervals. “Continuous duty” motors, on the other hand, while typically more expensive, can run fully loaded 24 hours a day, day after day, without overheating. Temperature is the biggest cause of service problems and motor failure. Excessive running temperature severely degrades any electric motor, and because insulat­ ed wire is used to create the electrical magnetic fields that cause the shaft to spin, more heat builds up in these windings at slow speeds, and the insulation weakens over time. Once the insulation degrades, wind­ ing faults occur and the motor is compromised. Further, as motors overheat, the brushes wear quicker and this wears out the commuta­ tor. The larger the motor, the greater the number of windings and the better the insulation between them. Larger-sized brushes also run cooler, which allows for increased heat dissipation and cooler operat­ ing motors and, hence, longer motor life. Further, high-quality continuous-rated motors have a built-in cooling fan on the end of the shaft to further extend the life of the motor. 26

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While a wheel may be set up perfectly at the factory, use in the field eventually caus­ es any type of belt or belts to wear and fas­ teners to loosen. Motor mountings designed with adjustable nuts and bolts or pivoted on a plate with or without a ten­ sioning spring and bolts allow you to adjust the motor in or out to take up slack in the belt. This view shows the mounting plate inside the Brent CXC, which has an auto­ matic spring-loaded belt tensioning mech­ anism.

California Potters Wheel

The California Potters wheel is made by Ceramics Services, a com­ pany that also manufactures custom gas kilns. This wheel features a welded steel frame with 2-inch square legs with a plastic-covered Medex work table. The wheelhead is drilled for bat pins and is remov­ able. A two-part splash pan is included. It features a 1/6-hp DC motor and SCR controller with feedback circuitry. The wheel car­ ries a full two-year limited warran­ ty on parts and labor.

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Creative Industries

Hal Brody, an engineer and potter, started Creative Industries in 1971. The first wheel was orange and black and had four legs. Currently, the company manufactures two product lines of wheels. The DC motors range from a 1/4- to 1/3hp and use SCR controllers. Wheelheads are first machined from steel, covered with an injectionmolded plastic compound, then machined again for accuracy. Bat pins are standard. The wheel­ head and shaft are welded and not removable. The wheels use a micro V-belt system, belt ten­ sioning, and protective belt guards. Accessory items include injection molded bats, ware carts, grinding wheels for the bottoms of pottery, and an extensive line of potters stools and chairs. The company also manufactures an adjustable stand for its professional series of pottery wheels that enable handicapped access as well as throwing standing up. Bat racks, tool holders, hot air blow­ er stands, foam trimming bats and chucks, trim­ ming tools, and raku tongs round out the prod­ uct line. The wheels feature a five-year warranty on parts and labor. AC MOTORS

There are many types of motors available for potters wheels. While AC (alternating current) models are relatively inexpensive, the motor speed is difficult to control because they have no permanent magnets. And although it isn’t possible to successfully vary the speed of an AC motor electronically, a mechanical speed control, such as a ring-cone or cone and disk, can be used. On a ring-cone system, the motor has a machined cone on the end of the shaft that contacts a rubber ring or disk attached to the wheelhead. Friction between the ring and cone drives the wheel, and as the pedal pivots, it moves the cone over the surface of the ring/disk. Since the AC motor turns at a constant 1725 rpm, the change in the cone cir­ cumference moving over the disk varies the wheel speed. 28

Entry-level line, the Clay Boss and Big Boss are designed for the artist, stu­ dent, and hobbyist and fea­ ture a powder-coated steel frame and removable twopart plastic splash pan.

“Professional” series, the JR, MP, and HP models are made from an injection molded, reinforced, engi­ neered thermoplastic. The removable splash pan is designed to move material onto the molded table top to the drain hole rather than accumulate trim­ mings and slop.

Max Wheels

Max Wheels are available in two models, the 1500 with a flat-top table and the 2000 with a cast alu­ minum pan. Both wheels are heavy duty and use 10:1 ratio gear motors with worm gears and roller bear­ ings, PWM controllers andVaritrol foot pedals. Feedback circuitry pro­ vides additional power to the wheelhead when needed. The wheelhead, drilled for bat pins, sits on a large tapered shaft and is easily removable. Kemper Clay Devil

The Kemper Clay Devil is a small hobby wheel for the beginner or amateur, and also works well for children. It features a 1/8-hp gear motor and comes with legs, a foot pedal, and a centering arm. The wheel may be placed directly on a table or elevated using the legs. It is manufactured by Kemper Tools, one of the largest makers of clay-working hand tools. Pottery Making illustrated

The Max 1500 wheel. The wheelheads on Max Wheels sit on a tapered shaft and are easy to remove—a straight-forward design that requires no tools and no extraneous parts to lose.

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Innovative Design Although some wheel design elements seem to be afterthoughts, there is a high degree of attention to detail and innovation in so many of these wheels. I received correspondence from a wheel designer and manufacturer that really impressed me as to the level of thought that went into his particular line of pottery wheels. For example, UV resistant insula­ tion on the power cables to eliminate rubber degradation from the weather; heavy duty cable strain relief bushings if the wheel should be pulled across the room by the foot pedal, the design of the pivot and low profile of the foot pedal to decrease or eliminate potential ankle soreness, and rust resistant aluminum to cover the table top that has enough space for tools and a water bucket. Another manu­ facturer cast the speed controller housing into the pan so that it acts as a second heat sink to dissipate heat generated by the electronics, and another manufacturer designed an adjustable shelving system that mounts into the rear legs. Other innovations included modular plugs for the wiring so that electri­ cal components could easily be returned for service, and one manufacturer combined an indexing detent on the splash pan to the top of the wheel as a drain outlet.—JK

LOCKERBIE

Sculptor/designer Bill Lockerbie Williams designed Lockerbie wheels in 1966 to achieve his goal of build­ ing a high-quality durable pottery wheel. The company is currently owned by John Toki, who purchased it three years ago and designed the new line ofWillie Wheels and Tempo wheels. The Willie wheels have PWM motor controllers with feed­ back circuitry coupled to DC motors using a grooved poly V-belt for power The Willie Wheel designed by John Toki. transmission and incorporating belt tensioning. The pulley wheels are not only heavy duty but also custommade and machined by Lockerbie, as are the removable cast-aluminum splash guards. The frames are powder coated. The Tempo series has small­ er wheels with either a 1/6- or 1/3-hp motor and features laminate tabletops and a removable solid cast-aluminum splash guard or a plastic splash pan. Options for all wheels include seats and a reversing switch. The company also offers two options for foot pedals—a standard single pedal or two smaller foot pedals (one to control the high speed and the other to con­ trol the low speed). The wheelheads are drilled for bat pins; and both the Willie and Tempo wheels carry a one-year warranty on parts and labor.

Pacifica Wheels

The original Pacifica wheels were designed by Bob Luitwieler 30 years ago and sold by Pacifica Crafts in Washington. In 1992, the compa­ ny was purchased by Laguna Clay and the wheels are made in-house in City of Industry, California. There are two models available, the GT 400, providing more than ½-hp at the wheelhead and the GT 800, which develops more than 1 hp at the wheelhead. Pacifica wheels use custom SCR motor controllers with feedback circuitry and Hull Effect magnetic switches in the foot pedal. Both wheels use multiple round polyurethane belts running on grooved pulleys. Each wheel has a removable plastic splash pan. The wheel is built on a welded steel frame with an easy-to-clean molded plastic top. A revers­ ing switch is standard. Options include leg extensions and a seat. The war­ ranty is two years on parts and labor. For potters prone to back problems, standing at the wheel to throw may be the answer. Most wheels surveyed can be purchased with optional leg extenders. Durable, stable, and easily adjustable leg exten­ sions allow the potter to throw standing up, perhaps the best thing many potters can do for their health. For reference, see “To Sciatica and Back—A Potter’s Journey” in Studio Potter (June 1987), in which John Glick chronicles his back injury from years of seated throwing. July/August 2002

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Electronic speed controls use direct current (DC) motors, and a motor controller changes the household AC to DC. On potters wheels, they typically operate at 90 volts. When cou­ pled with a foot pedal using a linear potentiometer (or Hull Effect control), the controller allows a range of speeds with proper torque. Motor con­ trollers are solid-state electronic devices protected by a fuse or small push button re-setable circuit breaker. Controllers generate heat that’s dissipated with a heat sink.The controllers have small adjustable rotary switches called “pots” or poten­ tiometers that can be adjusted to trim the high- and lowspeed parameters, acceleration, and deceleration. 29


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The new Velocity Series com­ pact wheels are marketed as a complete workstation. These are available with aRr -hp DC motor using poly V-belts with a PWM controller. Velocity Wheels are of a three-legged design and have a steel frame and a UHMW work surface that’s easy-to-clean and main­ tain. A two-part splash pan is included. Accessory items include a jigger arm, a ball mill rack, and leg extensions.

Shimpo Wheels

Shimpo has been manufacturing potters wheels for 50 years with factories on the Pacific Rim, United States, and Canada. The company also manufactures pug mills, kilns, and banding wheels. All wheels feature heavy-duty steel construction. The RK series is the basic wheel with either a 1/4- or 1/3-hp AC motor and a patented ring/cone mechanical drive system. Both the RK 10 basic and the RK super have fixed foot ped­ als with an arm lever. One- or two-piece splash pans are available, as is an optional work table.The Master Series use 1/3-, 1/2- and 1-hp DC motors driven by PWM con­ trollers with feed-back circuitry. The wheels use a poly V-belt drive system. One- or twopart splash pans are available as is a work table for every Master wheel except the Ml Mini Master. A reversing switch is also an option. The wheelheads are removable. A two-year warranty is standard on all Shimpo wheels.

The Shimpo RK Basic wheel features an infinitely adjustable speed drive ringlcone system. Shimpo RK wheels feature a hand-controlled arm lever attached to a fixed foot pedal.

Soldner Wheels

Paul Soldner designed and man­ ufactured the original wheels. In 1988, Bluebird Manufacturing added these wheels to their equip­ ment line of pug mills and clay mix­ ers. These high end wheels feature DC motors withVariac speed con­ trollers and do not have any feed­ back circuitry. All wheels have adjustable leg heights and a forward and reverse switch. The S (studio) Series has motors of 1/6- and 1/4-hp and is smaller in physical size than

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the P series. The P (professional) series is a larger sized wheel and has three motors available, a 1/4-, 1/3-, and 3/4-hp. The S series has a cast alu­ minum frame with adjustable legs, ¾-inch plywood worktables with a polyurethane coating, a Brent splash pan and V belt drives with manual belt tensioning. The P series uses a V-belt drive system, no belt tension­ ing, and has a removable cast alu­ minum splash guard. The wheel is built from tubular steel and has a large plywood work table with a polyurethane coating. The Soldner CL50 is a small travel wheel that can clamp to a table top or be used from a wheelchair. All wheels have solid wheelheads and accept bat pins. A three-year warranty is standard.

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The interior of the Soldner Variac trans­ former. This controller varies the voltage to the motor and provides a silky smooth operation.

Torque

Horsepower alone doesn’t determine power. Torque deter­ mines power. Power under load, or torque, at the wheelhead is a part of the equation for select­ ing a wheel. A peak-rated motor working under load develops more heat and more heat translates into less torque. July/August 2OO2


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Thomas Stuart Wheels

Thomas Stuart is a family busi­ ness that started in 1970 with a tubular framed kickwheel. A motorized version of the kickwheel soon followed. Owner Tom Forte was then challenged by a colleague to design a wheel for classroom use. The result of this challenge is the current line of electric potters wheels. The Classic, Professional, and Elite have ½-, ½-, and 1-hp motors, respectively. All three mod­ els are designed around a heavy, durable cast-aluminum pan and three oversized steel legs. The motors use SCR controllers with feedback circuitry. Power transmis­ sion is by a multiple-grooved, wide V-belt with automatic belt tension­ ing. A reversing switch is standard. The wheelhead is removable with a simple “twist and lift “ and is drilled for bat pins. Accessory items include a machine cup head with 12- and 16-inch bat molds. A shaft exten­ sion, and leg extensions for a stand up version are also available. Thomas Stuart wheels come with a two-year guarantee.

Thomas Stuart wheels are designed around a heavy, durable, cast-aluminum pan and three oversized steel legs. Plaster bats are manufactured by a number of companies as after-market purchases to fit on bat pins, but cupheads or adapter rings to replace or to add on to the flat wheelhead are an appropriate solution. Thomas Stuart offers an optional plaster bat mold so you can make your own bats that fit on an optional cuphead. The standard, flat, 14inch diameter wheelhead can be removed by a simple twist and lift motion. The advan­ tage of plaster is that it does not warp.

Venco Wheels

Venco Products was founded in 1969 by Geoff Hill. Venco is an Australian company and manufac­ tures pug mills as well as electric potters wheels. There are five mod­ els available. The Compact Cone Drive wheel features a ½- or a ½hp motor with different sizes of wheelheads. The 550 Series uses a DC motor and speed controller with multiple-grooved V-belt. Models feature integral splash pans and all wheels carry a one-year warranty. Padded seats and leg extensions are available for some models.

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Fine tuning a Thomas Stuart wheel to meet individual needs is done by trimming the “pots” (potentiometers) to adjust the rpms and accelerationldeceleration.

DC Motors & Electronic CONTROLLERS PART II

There are two types of elec­ tronic motor speed controllers: SCR (silicon controlled rectifica­ tion) and PWM (pulse wave modulation). While there are subtle differences between these types, they perform the same functions and are ruggedly con­ structed to provide many years of trouble-free service. Both con­ troller types incorporate feed­ back circuitry that senses the load at the wheelhead, communicates this to the solid-state circuitry, and provides more amperage, which translates into torque for peak times to compensate for the excess load. Variac speed con­ trollers are very similar to light dimmer switches in a home. These controllers are essentially power transformers and vary the voltage very smoothly, and hence the speed, to the motor. Their electronic design cannot incor­ porate any feedback circuitry. 31


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Choosing an Electric Wheel

by Jonathan Kaplan Throwing pottery is an intimate and personal experi­ ence. We all started on particular wheels and we all have our likes, dislikes, and what we prefer as features in the wheel that we will purchase and ultimately use. If the Wheel Fits It is important to try a wheel before using it.While the endorsement of a friend or colleague might be a starting point, its not a substitute for actually using it. Perhaps a friend or a colleague has a wheel and would let you try it. Then you could go to the dealer and see what makes and models are for sale. Ask them to provide a list of cus­ tomers that they have sold particular wheels to and then you could further follow that up for a recommendation.Visit the local high school, college or potters in your area, and perhaps you could even try out the wheels they use. Wheels can have a well-designed frame, splash pan, tabletop, shelving, etc., and all the bells and whistles one could possibly want, but proper ergonomics will provide years of comfort and use. By experiencing how a wheel responds to your touch, how it ergonomically fits your body type, and if it’s aesthetically pleasing to you, are ways you can make an informed and proper selection. Cost Wheels in this survey list between $500 and $1700. Does this mean that the more you spend the better the wheel? To some degree, yes. But this is only part of the equation and yet a very important consideration. Answer a Few Questions So how then, do you select the right wheel forYOU? To begin, answer the following questions: How often will I use a potters wheel? Am I full- or part-time, professional or hobbyist? How many pounds of clay can I realistically expect to throw at once? Do I have space for a full-size or compact wheel? Do I need a lightweight wheel because I plan to move frequently or use it to present workshops? Do I appreciate powered tools and can I perform simple required maintenance? Is this the only wheel I will ever buy or an entrylevel wheel to replace when I upgrade later? Is the wheel for my personal use or will others share it? Is the wheel to be used in a school or insti­ tutional program? Do I prefer a flat tabletop with a removable splash pan or an integral counter-pan type? How much can I afford to spend? The Final Decision Potters wheels are expensive pieces of equipment you may use daily and hopefully well into the future.The staff at your dealer or at the manufacturer are that front line of information and their experience can help you a great deal. Armed with this survey, and an open and inquisitive mind, you can select the wheel that’s right for you. July/August 2OO2

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by Lili Krakowski Hydrometers can be bought for less than $10. They are not essen­ tial—practice teaches one the cor­ rect fluidity for each glaze—but they help in the classroom. Rather than having to keep records of the number on the hydrometer scale, it’s nice to make a cheap, separate, permanent one for each glaze.

A chopstick weighted with vitrified clay beads. The spot to which it sinks in a particular glaze is notched into the wood. Each stick is identified (perhaps with an appropriately glazed bead?).

Or even easier, a pill bottle filled with any heavy mate­ rial. (Here a nut glued to the center of the bottom). When the glaze is just right, the bottle sinks to the bottom of the cap, which is then glued in place and marked with the glaze name.

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OHIO FEATS OF CLAY COMPETITION by Lacey Luce Columbus College of Art & Design (CCAD) is proud to present the winners of the 2002 “Feats of Clay” competition: first place, Hilliard Darby; second place, Hilliard Davidson; third place, Fostoria; fourth place, Westland (Galloway); and fifth place, Westerville North. Twenty Ohio high schools, from all over Ohio, participated in “Feats of Clay” on May 17. In addition to displaying their skills with clay, stu­ dents competed in a T-shirt design contest and were invited to bring teapots (considered one of the most challenging forms potters can make) for judging. Westerville North took first place in the T-shirt con­ test. Bowling Green won the teapot contest. “Feats of Clay,” is a competitive ceramics event mod­ eled after Olympic athletic competitions. Students compete in four events: • No Hands Throwing Students manipulate clay on the potters wheel to form a bowl using any part of the body except hands. • Grand Prix de Mug Production Students have 10 minutes and 50 pounds of clay to make the most 4-inch-tall mugs with handles. • Cylinder Stacking Students throw and stack clay cylinders to make the tallest form from 50 pounds of clay in 10 minutes. • Coil to the Sky Students roll clay into coil shapes, which they then stack to make the tallest form in 10 minutes. While “Feats of Clay” is a fun (and certainly messy) event, there is a serious element. All of the activities are designed to improve the skills of young ceramics artists throughout Ohio. Columbus College of Art & Design, a private, four-year, degree-granting insti­ tution of higher education, prepares tomorrow's creative leaders for professional careers. With a history of commitment to fundamentals and quality, CCAD advances a distinct, challenging, and inclusive learning culture that supports individual development in art, design, and the humanities. Visit www.ccad.edu or phone 614-224-9101 for more information on CCAD and its programs.

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The coil to the sky competition is limited to 10 minutes.

Obviously it’s quanity over quality in the Grand Prix de Mug event.

Throwing with no hands is both challenging and fun.

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Finger Masks by Craig Hinshaw Alaskan masks are held in the same high aesthetic esteem as are totem poles (see May /June 2002 PMI). Carved and shaped of wood, bone, and ivory; these masks were worn only by men. Some were so large and heavy they were suspended from ceiling rafters and the wearer stood behind and operated movable appendages.

The diminutive scale did not diminish the students’ ability for creating a colorful expressive mask.Most students made two masks that comple­ mented each other.

Less well known, but equally fascinating, are the small carved and paint­ ed finger masks. Often made in pairs, one for each hand, they were worn only by women. The performers’ feet remained stationary while the hands created the dance movements. Third graders began by studying pictures of finger masks, photocopied from books. Flattening a small piece of clay then cutting to the desired shape created the masks, which were often circular or rectangular. The rings of the finger holes were shaped from rolled coils of clay. Most students designed their masks with complementary faces, for example, one happy, one sad. A few students created purely abstract designs, as they had seen in the examples. A sharpened pencil was used to create holes in the sides of the masks where feathers would later be glued. After bisque firing, the students brushed on low-fire underglazes then a clear cover coat. I reminded them that the masks were a pair and should be glazed as such. Gluing white feathers in the holes completed the masks. Big can be good. We made the larger Alaskan masks worn on the head from tagboard. Little can be good, as seen in these intriguing finger masks. Shown together (with the totem poles) in the display cases at our inter­ mediate school district offices, they made a powerful statement of both the rich diversity of Alaskan art and the limitless creativity of inspired children. 42

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Low-fire underglazes were used along with a clear cover coat.

Some students chose to make one finger ring on their masks while others chose to make two.

Craig Hinshaw is an elementary school art special­ ist in the Lamphere School district in Madison Heights, Michigan. E-mail comments to Craig at craighinshaw@hotmail. com

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Making It as a Potter in 2002 by Chris Campbell

Most potters used to toil by hand in their studios producing ware to meet the needs of the community. They worked long, hard hours, side by side with family members and apprentices, earning an income determined by their efficiency and local demand. Some potters still work in this style and derive a great deal of personal satisfaction from it. Today, potters are challenging the old boundaries and redefining the business of pottery. Their love of clay is a force that enriches their lives as they find less confining ways to define themselves as potters. Full time, part time or just for fun, they are pioneering new options for a lifestyle that includes pottery. I asked some working produc­ tion potters to help me compile a list of how they and their contem­ poraries are working today, and I also received input from other experts in the field. Let’s kick off the dust of the past and take a look at the long list of ways potters are working today. Maybe there’s a lifestyle here that suits you.

Full-time Potters Working alone or with a partner or assistants, a production-oriented studio potter may: • Produce functional and/or non­ functional ware, sculptural art, and public/private commissions. • Use wheel-thrown and handbuilding techniques, molds made from original designs or purchased from suppliers, ram presses, jiggers, and commercial green ware. • Sell work retail through an on­ site gallery (daily or occasional­ ly), off-site commercial galleries, group/co-op gallery, craft shows (local and national), Web site (personal or group site); or • Sell work wholesale through off-site galleries, craft/gift shows, Web site (personal or group site).

Randy Hinson

Mary Beth Bamforth

is an accomplished, teach­ ing potter and the director of the Sertoma Arts Center.

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is a part-time potterl full-time English teacher at a local commu­ nity college.

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Supplement income by: 1. Teaching at universities, schools, or arts and crafts cen­ ters or conducting classes and private lessons in their own studio 2. Running arts center programs 3. Presenting workshops 4. Selling studio supplies 5. Providing technical services, equipment maintenance and repair, and consulting on clay/glaze problems 5. Writing articles, books and educational materials 6. Selling work of other artisans at on-site gallery 7. Designing prototypes for commercial ware 8. Producing green ware for other potters 9. Making molds from original designs for others and 10. Throwing for other potters and producing greenware for contemporary pottery shops.

Pottery as a Second Job Sometimes you need another income source to live at the level you desire. If you don’t have a part­ ner to provide the extra salary, another job is a common option. It’s hard to keep a focus on pot­ tery production when your ener­ gies are split by a second occupa­ tion, so don’t be discouraged by the shrinking hours available for your

Al Howell

is a Financial Services Manager and the co-owner of Blue Moon Gallery in Seagrove, North Carolina. He is also a tal­ ented, productive raku potter.

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craft. I know lawyers, engineers, doctors, accountants, executives, moms and dads who juggle the hours to make and sell their work. Their booths at retail craft fairs across the country are proof that it can be done. The advice they offer is to keep your work area ready and waiting for any free hours you find. Set up and clean up is too time-consuming and will provide a hundred reasons to delay rather than work. Pottery as a Leisure Activity Don’t forget that you can use your talent simply to fill your life with beauty and relaxation. Whether you work in your home or at outside facilities, you can cre­ ate enough for yourself or for mod­ est sales. Most craft centers do not encourage any expectations of large-scale production. The camaraderie of fellow pot­ ters at a local pottery center is the high point of many hectic lives. Most offer experienced teachers, varied levels of classes, group fir­ ings, and weekend workshops. Don’t deny yourself the pleasures of creating simply because you can’t do it full time to earn a living.

Stefanie Distefano

works in the office of Bojangles and relaxes by creating pottery at her local community center.

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The Potter’s Guide to Ceramic Surfaces

The May/June issue included books about decorating during the forming process, using slips and textured or colored clay. While useful if you are limited to a single clear glaze, those books barely scratched the surface, so to speak, of the subject of the ceramic sur­ face. Decorating can also be done in the glaze, over the glaze, or in the firing without glaze. Whether you like a lot of color, a dazzling pattern or an austere simplicity, the surface of a pot is the first aspect of it that anybody notices, and finishing your pot requires as much attention as forming it. Following are some more choices for deco­ rating books, covering a wide range of techniques.

Jo Connell

Surface Decoration for Low-Fire Ceramics

Krause Publications, lola, Wl, 2002

This is one of a modern breed of pot­ tery books, with a lot of beautiful color pictures and minimal text. If you’re looking for a general idea of what you can do with the ceramic surface, this approach effectively proves the adage “a picture’s worth a thousand words.” The book is divided into four chapters grouping techniques according to the stage at which they are carried out, i.e., in the making process, the bisque stage, alternative firing techniques and post-firing tech­ niques. Within each chapter individual topics such as comb­ ing, terra sigillata, and saggar firing are covered in one or two pages with both photos of the process (with captions) and of several finished pieces. The pictures of the finished pieces tempt you to try each technique, and the process pictures are enough to get you started (though once you decide to try one of these techniques you may find yourself experimenting a lot or looking for a book with more text to answer your remain­ ing questions). This book is interesting for potters at any level of experience, though beginning students may not find all their most basic questions addressed. Pottery Decoration Thomas Shafer Gentle Breeze Publishing, Oviedo, Florida, 2000

This is a “Pottery Classic Brought Back,” a series of reprints of out-of-print pottery books which deserve a place on the bookshelves of twenty-first century potters. This one, originally published in 1976, divides the subject of decorating into two chapters, sculptural decoration created during the forming process, and color decoration applied with slips, majolica, glazes and overglazes. This book is to Jo Connell’s as a newspaper is to television, with more writ­ ten content but less compellingly illustrated. There are plenty of photos of finished work and some of tools, but they are black-and-white with some loss of quality from the original. However, it covers a wider range of decorating topics than the others discussed here, and thus might be a good source to turn to for educators or accomplished potters looking for “new” ideas. It also offers more detailed technical information than the other books. Once you’ve found a technique you’re inter­ ested in exploring further, you can always look for a single-sub­ ject book for even more in-depth information and prettier color pictures. One plus for this book is its inclusion of many histor­ ical pots as examples. Not only is this interesting, it furthers the reader’s understanding of decorating techniques and helps put contemporary pottery into historical perspective. 46

Lynn Peters Lark Books, Asheville, North Carolina, 1999

This book presents decorating tech­ niques one by one in a series of projects each designed to teach a particular tech­ nique, and each building upon the skills established in the previous project. Designed for the beginning to intermedi­ ate potter working with or without an instructor, the first chapter discusses materials (including some explanation of the process of firing and the use of cones). The second chapter describes several different decorating techniques and materi­ als, some of which are demonstrated in the third chapter, the projects. The projects are well-explained and fairly simple, and all involve decorating chargers (large platters). Most of the projects deal with slips, though one project uses maiolica col­ ors, and one involves making and applying ceramic decals (interesting even though some of the preparatory work neces­ sary for this process isn’t covered). Although the focus of the book is on decorating with low-fire materials, there is no rea­ son many of the projects couldn’t work at any temperature, and certainly the forms and design elements illustrated could be varied and adapted. Pottery Decoration, Contemporary Approaches John Gibson The Overlook Press, Woodstock, NY, 1987

This book is one of a modern breed of pottery books that describes in detail the way several artists use and adapt various techniques. Gibson features sixteen artists and separates them into five chap­ ters, including such topics as low-temperature decoration, stoneware and porcelain, and onglaze decoration. The decorating techniques include lusters, raku, maiolica, laminated colored clays, and many more; and con­ struction techniques are also detailed where relevant. The advantage of this format is that techniques are seen in context, as part of the process of creating a work of art, and in enough depth that specific problems and their solutions are covered. The disadvantage (mitigated by a good index) is that informa­ tion about a particular material or technique, such as luster painting, may need to be ferreted out from the profiles of sev­ eral different artists. The technical information will be useful to advanced potters, or students working with an instructor, but collectors and beginning students will enjoy the in-depth information about the lives and methods of working potters.

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The Potter’s Guide to Ceramic Surfaces

The May/June issue included books about decorating during the forming process, using slips and textured or colored clay. While useful if you are limited to a single clear glaze, those books barely scratched the surface, so to speak, of the subject of the ceramic sur­ face. Decorating can also be done in the glaze, over the glaze, or in the firing without glaze. Whether you like a lot of color, a dazzling pattern or an austere simplicity, the surface of a pot is the first aspect of it that anybody notices, and finishing your pot requires as much attention as forming it. Following are some more choices for deco­ rating books, covering a wide range of techniques.

Jo Connell

Surface Decoration for Low-Fire Ceramics

Krause Publications, lola, Wl, 2002

This is one of a modern breed of pot­ tery books, with a lot of beautiful color pictures and minimal text. If you’re looking for a general idea of what you can do with the ceramic surface, this approach effectively proves the adage “a picture’s worth a thousand words.” The book is divided into four chapters grouping techniques according to the stage at which they are carried out, i.e., in the making process, the bisque stage, alternative firing techniques and post-firing tech­ niques. Within each chapter individual topics such as comb­ ing, terra sigillata, and saggar firing are covered in one or two pages with both photos of the process (with captions) and of several finished pieces. The pictures of the finished pieces tempt you to try each technique, and the process pictures are enough to get you started (though once you decide to try one of these techniques you may find yourself experimenting a lot or looking for a book with more text to answer your remain­ ing questions). This book is interesting for potters at any level of experience, though beginning students may not find all their most basic questions addressed. Pottery Decoration Thomas Shafer Gentle Breeze Publishing, Oviedo, Florida, 2000

This is a “Pottery Classic Brought Back,” a series of reprints of out-of-print pottery books which deserve a place on the bookshelves of twenty-first century potters. This one, originally published in 1976, divides the subject of decorating into two chapters, sculptural decoration created during the forming process, and color decoration applied with slips, majolica, glazes and overglazes. This book is to Jo Connell’s as a newspaper is to television, with more writ­ ten content but less compellingly illustrated. There are plenty of photos of finished work and some of tools, but they are black-and-white with some loss of quality from the original. However, it covers a wider range of decorating topics than the others discussed here, and thus might be a good source to turn to for educators or accomplished potters looking for “new” ideas. It also offers more detailed technical information than the other books. Once you’ve found a technique you’re inter­ ested in exploring further, you can always look for a single-sub­ ject book for even more in-depth information and prettier color pictures. One plus for this book is its inclusion of many histor­ ical pots as examples. Not only is this interesting, it furthers the reader’s understanding of decorating techniques and helps put contemporary pottery into historical perspective. 46

Lynn Peters Lark Books, Asheville, North Carolina, 1999

This book presents decorating tech­ niques one by one in a series of projects each designed to teach a particular tech­ nique, and each building upon the skills established in the previous project. Designed for the beginning to intermedi­ ate potter working with or without an instructor, the first chapter discusses materials (including some explanation of the process of firing and the use of cones). The second chapter describes several different decorating techniques and materi­ als, some of which are demonstrated in the third chapter, the projects. The projects are well-explained and fairly simple, and all involve decorating chargers (large platters). Most of the projects deal with slips, though one project uses maiolica col­ ors, and one involves making and applying ceramic decals (interesting even though some of the preparatory work neces­ sary for this process isn’t covered). Although the focus of the book is on decorating with low-fire materials, there is no rea­ son many of the projects couldn’t work at any temperature, and certainly the forms and design elements illustrated could be varied and adapted. Pottery Decoration, Contemporary Approaches John Gibson The Overlook Press, Woodstock, NY, 1987

This book is one of a modern breed of pottery books that describes in detail the way several artists use and adapt various techniques. Gibson features sixteen artists and separates them into five chap­ ters, including such topics as low-temperature decoration, stoneware and porcelain, and onglaze decoration. The decorating techniques include lusters, raku, maiolica, laminated colored clays, and many more; and con­ struction techniques are also detailed where relevant. The advantage of this format is that techniques are seen in context, as part of the process of creating a work of art, and in enough depth that specific problems and their solutions are covered. The disadvantage (mitigated by a good index) is that informa­ tion about a particular material or technique, such as luster painting, may need to be ferreted out from the profiles of sev­ eral different artists. The technical information will be useful to advanced potters, or students working with an instructor, but collectors and beginning students will enjoy the in-depth information about the lives and methods of working potters.

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Potters Guide

The Pottery Making Illustrated Potters Guide is designed to pro­ vide a fast and easy way to locate materials, equipment, and services. Here are some basic pointers to help you get the most out of this valuble resource. Product Index Over the years we’ve identified scores of products and services pot­ ters need. If you’re looking for a product or service for the studio, locate it on the index and simply turn to the referenced page. Under the item heading, you’ll find all the companies that manufacture, dis­ tribute, and/or provide that product or service. Buyers Guides For your convenience, we’ve sep­ arated products and services into four major categories: Tools & Equipment, Studio Supplies, Resources, and Services. A bold­ face listing indicates that the provider is an advertiser in this issue. Turn to the Advertising Index on page 96 to locate their ad and more information. Geographic Locator If you’re looking for a supplier near your studio, this locator will help. All companies in the guide are listed here by state and country with the name of the city. Company Directory This is the most complete direc­ tory of its kind. Here you’ll find complete contact information including street address, phone and fax numbers, toll-free numbers, and e-mail, Web addresses, and brief descriptions supplied by the com­ pany. A “must” resource next to your phone or computer! The editorial material contained in the list­ ings has been furnished by manufactur­ ers, suppliers, and service providers. While conscientious precaution and effort have been taken to assure accuracy of the content, the publisher cannot be held responsible for errors or omissions. Listings in this directory do not indicate any endorsement, either implied or intended, of any product or service by The American Ceramic Society.

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Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX

Rainy Day Art Supply Co., Ml Rovin Ceramics, Ml

Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA

Air-Purification Systems

The Clay Place, PA Crucible Kilns, WA Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Kiln-Ray Services, NY Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Airbrush Equipment Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL

Badger Air Brush Co., IL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc., UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Arts & Crafts Supply, Canada Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., IVIN Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Creative Hobbies Inc., NJ Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Du-All Drafting & Art, Ml Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Metrosales, United Kingdom Miami Clay Co., FL Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

National Artcraft Co., OH New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Paintec, Argentina

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom

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Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Technique Inc., AZ Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Banding Wheels Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Artist Junction, FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT

Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Bats Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Aftosa, CA Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc., UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ

Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc., UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia

Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Metrosales, United Kingdom Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN

Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH Creative Industries, CA

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Dunghanrach Clay Co., MN Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fat Cat Pottery Inc., NC Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ Highwater Clays, Inc., NC Hydro-Bat, PA

Industrial Minerals Co., CA Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Jepson Pottery & World Pottery Institute, FL Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

National Artcraft Co., OH

Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO

New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Laguna Clay Co., CA

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potters’ Place Inc., TX Rovin Ceramics, Ml

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH

Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO

Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Nevada Dan’s, NV

Santa Fe Clay, NM Seeley’s, NY

New Mexico Clay Co., NM North Star Equipment Inc., WA

Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA Shimpo Ceramics (Nidec-Shimpo America Corp.), IL

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Technique Inc., AZ Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

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The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potters’ Place Inc., TX Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Pure & Simple Pottery Products, CA Rovin Ceramics, Ml

Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Krueger Pottery Inc, MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Plainsman Clay Ltd, CANADA The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd, United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd, United Kingdom Refractory & Industrial Services Ltd, United Kingdom Seattle Pottery Supply, WA

Santa Fe Clay, NM Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Seeley’s, NY

Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc, OH Mayco, OH

Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Miami Clay Co., FL

Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Technique Inc., AZ

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co, TN

Tri-State Kiln Service, Inc, IL Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc, TX Ward Burner Systems, TN West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Thomas Stuart Wheels, CO Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia Waves of Grain, MN Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Brushes Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Aegean Sponge Co., OH Aftosa, CA Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesls, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Bisque Treasures, Inc., CT Bisque USA, TN Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc., UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Cellar, NC

Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

National Artcraft Co, OH New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc, OH Olympic Enterprises Inc, OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd, CANADA Potclays Ltd, United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd, United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd, United Kingdom Rainy Day Art Supply Co, Ml Rovin Ceramics, Ml Royal Brush Mfg., IN Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Seeley’s, NY Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Silver Falcon, OH Sneddon’s Ceramic Studio, PA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Stoney Ridge Ceramic Supply, OK Technique Inc, AZ Teka Fine Line Brushes Inc, NY Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc, MN Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc, TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc, Canada Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

BurnerslBurner Systems

Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Ceramics by Pauline, PA Circle D Ceramics Inc., CO

Alligator Clay Company, LA

Smith-Sharpe Fire Brick Supply, MN

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Summit Kilns, FL Technique Inc, AZ

Clay Bins Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA ARC, CO Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd, United Kingdom Capital Ceramics Inc, UT Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Claymaker, CA Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Etc, Etc, Etc, TX Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd, Canada Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co, TN Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA The Potters Connection Ltd, United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd, United Kingdom Rovin Ceramics, Ml Seattle Pottery Supply, WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia

Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Countryside Ceramics, TX Creative Hobbies Inc., NJ Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Du-All Drafting & Art, Ml Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fash-en-Hues, OH Fat Cat Pottery Inc, NC Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Gare Inc, MA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd, Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Huey’s Ceramics, OH Industrial Minerals Co, CA J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY K-Marlin Ceramics, CO

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ARC, CO Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc, VA Ceramic Services, CA Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ Charles A. Hones Inc, NY Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Claymaker, CA Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworld, TX Continental Clay Co., MN

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Etc, Etc, Etc, TX Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Furnace Engineering, New Zealand Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd, Canada Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY Kiln-Ray Services, NY L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Metrosales, United Kingdom Miami Clay Co., FL Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

Nevada Dan’s, NV New Mexico Clay Co., NM Olympic Kilns, GA

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA

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Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc, MN Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Compressors Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA American Ceramic Supply Co., TX Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL

Badger Air Brush Co, IL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd, United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ The Clay Place, PA Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Continental Clay Co., MN Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Du-All Drafting & Art, Ml Etc, Etc, Etc, TX Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Florida Clay Art Co, FL GE Company, CT Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

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Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Metrosales, United Kingdom Miami Clay Co., FL Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO

Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Rainy Day Art Supply Co., Ml

Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Miami Clay Co., FL Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID

Davens Ceramic Center, GA

RAM Products Inc., OH

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Dragon Ceramex, United Kingdom Etc., Etc., Etc., TX

Rovin Ceramics, Ml Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Ward Burner Systems, TN West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fat Cat Pottery Inc., NC Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

RAM Products Inc., OH

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ

Rovin Ceramics, Ml

Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY

Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Technique Inc., AZ

Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA The Kiln Doctor Inc., VA

Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Dust Vacuum Systems Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Metrosales, United Kingdom Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Nilfisk-Advance America Inc., PA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Ward Burner Systems, TN West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

Nevada Dan’s, NV New Mexico Clay Co., NM North Star Equipment Inc., WA

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Ohio Industries/Fate Intl., OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potters’ Place Inc., TX Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom RAM Products Inc., OH

Randall Wheel & Pottery Co., NY Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml Scott Creek Pottery Inc., WA

Glass Fusing Equipment Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Aim Kiln Mfg., OR American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Archie Bray Foundation, MT BigCeramicStore.com, CA Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Davens Ceramic Center, GA Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Florida Clay Art Co., FL Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY The Kiln Doctor Inc., VA

Laser Kilns, United Kingdom Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Miami Clay Co., FL

Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA The Potter’s Center, ID Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA Skutt Ceramic Products, OR

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR

Kiln Controls Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Aim Kiln Mfg., OR Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

ARC, CO Archie Bray Foundation, MT Aremco Products Inc., NY Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bartlett Instrument Co., IA

Seattle Pottery Supply, WA

BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA

Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Boston Kiln Sales & Service, MA

Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Technique Inc., AZ

Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Extruders & Dies

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom Bennett’s Pottery Supply, FL BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceraco International, CA Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH

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Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Tri-State Kiln Service, Inc., IL Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc., TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY Western Clay Machinery Sales Inc., CA

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Services, CA Ceramic Services Inc., PA Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Charles A. Hones Inc., NY Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Gauges Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA ARC, CO Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Claymaker, CA Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Du-All Drafting & Art, Ml Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ

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The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Contemporary Kiln Inc., CA Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Creative Hobbies Inc., NJ Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Dunghanrach Clay Co., MN Duralite Inc., CT Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Euclids Kilns & Elements, Canada

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Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Evenheat Kiln Inc., Ml Fash-en-Hues, OH Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Furnace Engineering, New Zealand Geil Kilns Co., CA Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Industrial Pyrometer and Supply Company, IL J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA The Kiln Doctor Inc., VA

Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&L Kiln Mfg. Inc., PA

L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Laser Kilns, United Kingdom Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Metrosales, United Kingdom Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Olsen Kiln Kits, CA Olympic Kilns, GA Orton Ceramic Foundation, OH Paragon Industries Inc., TX

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Pyrometer Instrument Corp., NJ Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc.. Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Seeley’s, NY Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA Shimpo Ceramics (Nidec-Shimpo America Corp.), IL Skutt Ceramic Products, OR

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Contemporary Kiln Inc., CA Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Creative Hobbies Inc., NJ Cress Mfg. Co., NV Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Dunghanrach Clay Co., MN Duralite Inc., CT Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Euclids Kilns & Elements, Canada Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Evenheat Kiln Inc., Ml Fash-en-Hues, OH Fat Cat Pottery Inc., NC Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Furnace Engineering, New Zealand Geil Kilns Co., CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

ITC/lnternational Technical Ceramics Inc., FL J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA The Kiln Doctor Inc., VA

The Kiln Elements Co., OR Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&L Kiln Mfg. Inc., PA

L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Metrosales, United Kingdom

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Summit Kilns, FL Technique Inc., AZ Tri-State Kiln Service, Inc., IL Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Vulcan Kilns, OH Ward Burner Systems, TN

Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

West Coast Kiln, CA

National Artcraft Co., OH

West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Kiln Elements Aim Kiln Mfg., OR Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

ARC, CO Archie Bray Foundation, MT Aremco Products Inc., NY Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Boston Kiln Sales & Service, MA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Services Inc., PA Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

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Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Olympic Kilns, GA Paragon Industries Inc., TX

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Seeley’s, NY Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA Shimpo Ceramics (Nidec-Shimpo America Corp.), IL Skutt Ceramic Products, OR

Sneddon’s Ceramic Studio, PA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Summit Kilns, FL Technique Inc., AZ Tri-State Kiln Service, Inc., IL Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN

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Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Vulcan Kilns, OH West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Kiln Furniture/Shelves Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Aim Kiln Mfg., OR Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

ARC, CO Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL

B&B Refractories Inc, CA Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Boston Kiln Sales & Service, MA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd, United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc, VA Capital Ceramics Inc, UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc, UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co, CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Creative Hobbies Inc, NJ Cress Mfg. Co, NV Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA Debcor Inc., IL Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Dunghanrach Clay Co, MN Etc, Etc, Etc, TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Euclids Kilns & Elements, Canada Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Evenheat Kiln Inc, Ml Fash-en-Hues, OH Fat Cat Pottery Inc, NC Florida Clay Art Co, FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Furnace Engineering, New Zealand Geil Kilns Co, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR

Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co, TN Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

National Artcraft Co, OH New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc, OH Olsen Kiln Kits, CA

Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Olympic Kilns, GA Paragon Industries Inc., TX

J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd, CANADA Potclays Ltd, United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd, United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd, United Kingdom Refractory & Industrial Services Ltd, United Kingdom Resco Products Inc, NC Rovin Ceramics, Ml

Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA The Kiln Doctor Inc., VA

Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Seeley’s, NY

L&LKiln Mfg. Inc., PA

L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc, OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Metrosales, United Kingdom

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L&LKiln Mfg. Inc., PA

L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc, OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Miami Clay Co., FL

Nevada Dan’s, NV

Kiln Ventilation Systems Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Aim Kiln Mfg., OR Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

ARC, CO Archie Bray Foundation, MT Aremco Products Inc, NY Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Boston Kiln Sales & Service, MA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc, VA Capital Ceramics Inc, UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co, CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc, MO

Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc, MO

Sneddon’s Ceramic Studio, PA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Summit Kilns, FL Technique Inc, AZ Thorley Refractories Inc, CA Tri-State Kiln Service, Inc, IL Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc, MN Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc, Canada Vulcan Kilns, OH West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia

Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA The Kiln Doctor Inc., VA

Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co, TN

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd, Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ Homexx International, CA Industrial Minerals Co, CA J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd, Canada

Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA Shimpo Ceramics (Nidec-Shimpo America Corp.), IL Skutt Ceramic Products, OR Smith-Sharpe Fire Brick Supply, MN

Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Evenheat Kiln Inc, Ml Fat Cat Pottery Inc, NC Florida Clay Art Co, FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Geil Kilns Co, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR

Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc, OH Olympic Kilns, GA Orton Ceramic Foundation, OH Paragon Industries Inc., TX

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd, CANADA Potclays Ltd, United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID Potterycrafts Ltd, United Kingdom Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Seeley’s, NY Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA Shimpo Ceramics (Nidec-Shimpo America Corp.), IL Skutt Ceramic Products, OR

Sneddon’s Ceramic Studio, PA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Summit Kilns, FL Technique Inc, AZ Tri-State Kiln Service, Inc, IL Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc, MN Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc, Canada Vent-A-Kiln Corp., NY

Vulcan Kilns, OH West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Kilns, Electric Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Aim Kiln Mfg., OR Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH

ARC, CO Archie Bray Foundation, MT Aremco Products Inc, NY Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM

Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Creative Hobbies Inc, NJ Cress Mfg. Co, NV Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom

Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Etc, Etc, Etc, TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Euclids Kilns & Elements, Canada

Pottery Making illustrated

Bennett’s Pottery Supply, FL BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Bisque Treasures, Inc, CT Boston Kiln Sales & Service, MA Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd, United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Byrne Ceramic Supply Co. Inc, NJ Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc, VA Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc, VA

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Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Arts & Crafts Supply, Canada Ceramic Services Inc., PA Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Circle D Ceramics Inc., CO Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Contemporary Kiln Inc., CA Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Countryside Ceramics, TX Creative Hobbies Inc., NJ Cress Mfg. Co., NV Cromartie Group Ltd., United Kingdom Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Dunghanrach Clay Co., MN Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Euclids Kilns & Elements, Canada Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Evenheat Kiln Inc., Ml Fash-en-Hues, OH Fat Cat Pottery Inc., NC Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Furnace Engineering, New Zealand Gare Inc., MA Geil Kilns Co., CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Industrial Minerals Co., CA ITC/lnternational Technical Ceramics Inc., FL J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY K-Marlin Ceramics, CO Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA The Kiln Doctor Inc., VA

Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&L Kiln Mfg. Inc., PA

L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Laser Kilns, United Kingdom Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada MetalClay, NM Metrosales, United Kingdom Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

National Artcraft Co., OH Nevada Dan’s, NV New Mexico Clay Co., NM

New Orleans Clay, LA Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Olsen Kiln Kits, CA Olympic Kilns, GA Paragon Industries Inc., TX

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID

July/August 2OO2

The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potters’ Place Inc., TX Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Seeley’s, NY Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA Shimpo Ceramics (Nidec-Shimpo America Corp.), IL Skutt Ceramic Products, OR

Sneddon’s Ceramic Studio, PA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Summit Kilns, FL Sunset Ceramics, IA Technique Inc., AZ Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Tri-State Kiln Service, Inc., IL Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Vulcan Kilns, OH Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Kilns, Gas Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Aim Kiln Mfg., OR Alligator Clay Company, LA American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Amherst Potters Supply, MA ARC, CO Archie Bray Foundation, MT Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Boston Kiln Sales & Service, MA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Ceramic Services, CA Ceramic Services Inc., PA Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Charles A. Hones Inc., NY Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Contemporary Kiln Inc., CA Continental Clay Co., MN

Creative Hobbies Inc., NJ Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fash-en-Hues, OH Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Furnace Engineering, New Zealand Geil Kilns Co., CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

ITC/lnternational Technical Ceramics Inc., FL Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Jepson Pottery & World Pottery Institute, FL Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Laser Kilns, United Kingdom Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Metrosales, United Kingdom Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

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New Mexico Clay Co., NM

The Kiln Doctor Inc., VA

Miami Clay Co., FL

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Olsen Kiln Kits, CA

Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO

National Artcraft Co., OH

Olympic Kilns, GA

Laguna Clay Co., CA

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID Refractory & Industrial Services Ltd., United Kingdom

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada

Santa Fe Clay, NM Seattle Pottery Supply, WA

Miami Clay Co., FL Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Nevada Dan’s, NV

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Summit Kilns, FL Technique Inc., AZ Tri-State Kiln Service, Inc., IL Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Unicast Development Corp., NY Ward Burner Systems, TN Wendt Pottery, ID

New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Peter Pugger Mfg., CA

West Coast Kiln, CA

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom

West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

RAM Products Inc., OH

Kilns, Wood Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Claymaker, CA Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO

Olsen Kiln Kits, CA Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Refractory & Industrial Services Ltd., United Kingdom Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Mixers & Mixing Equipment Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Alligator Clay Company, LA American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bluebird Mfg. Inc., CO

Boston Kiln Sales & Service, MA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceraco International, CA Ceramic Arts & Crafts Supply, Canada Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN

Creative Hobbies Inc., NJ Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Jepson Pottery & World Pottery Institute, FL Jiffy Mixer Co. Inc., CA

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Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA Soidner Clay Mixers by Muddy Elbow Mfg., KS

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Technique Inc., AZ Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Unicast Development Corp., NY Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY Western Clay Machinery Sales Inc., CA

Molds, Plaster Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Bisque Treasures, Inc., CT Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Arts & Crafts Supply, Canada Ceramic Design Group Ltd., CO Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Ceramics by Pauline, PA Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA

New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom RAM Products Inc., OH

Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Seeley’s, NY Technique Inc., AZ Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Molds, RAM Press Axner Co. Inc., FL

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Ceramic Design Group Ltd., CO Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ RAM Products Inc., OH

Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada

Oxygen

Probes

Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Claymaker, CA Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Crucible Kilns, WA Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Metrosales, United Kingdom New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Potters Wheel Accessories Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bluebird Mfg. Inc., CO

Boston Kiln Sales & Service, MA

Creative Hobbies Inc., NJ Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Etc., Etc., Etc., TX

Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fash-en-Hues, OH Freeform Clay & Supply, CA General Porcelain Mfg Co. Inc, NJ Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada

Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc., UT Ceramic Services, CA

Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Huey’s Ceramics, OH Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia

Laguna Clay Co., CA

Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH

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Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT

Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA

July/August 2OO2


Cornell Studio Supply, OH Creative Industries, CA

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Dunghanrach Clay Co., MN Etc, Etc, Etc, TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fat Cat Pottery Inc, NC Florida Clay Art Co, FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR Giffin Tec Inc, CO Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd, Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Industrial Minerals Co, CA Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA The Kiln Doctor Inc., VA

Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc, MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc, OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co, TN Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

National Artcraft Co, OH Nevada Dan’s, NV New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc, OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd, CANADA Potclays Ltd, United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd, United Kingdom Potters’ Place Inc, TX Potterycrafts Ltd, United Kingdom Randall Wheel & Pottery Co, NY Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Seeley’s, NY Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA Shimpo Ceramics (Nidec-Shimpo America Corp.), IL

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Technique Inc, AZ Thomas Stuart Wheels, CO Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Tri-State Kiln Service, Inc, IL Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc, MN Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc, TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc, Canada Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Potters Wheels Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Aftosa, CA Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Amherst Potters Supply, MA ARC, CO Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Artist Junction, FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY Bennett’s Pottery Supply, FL BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bluebird Mfg. Inc., CO Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

July/August 2OO2

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd, United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc, VA Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc, VA Capital Ceramics Inc, UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc, UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Services, CA Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co, CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Etc, Etc, Etc, TX Fat Cat Pottery Inc, NC Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Gates Furniture, NC Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR Gilmour Campbell Co, Ml Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd, Canada Hampshire Woodworking, MA Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY Jepson Pottery & World Pottery Institute, FL Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA The Kiln Doctor Inc., VA

Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Max Concepts, CO Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc, OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada MetalClay, NM Metrosales, United Kingdom Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co, TN Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO New Mexico Clay Co., NM

New Orleans Clay, LA Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc, OH Olympic Kilns, GA

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd, CANADA Potclays Ltd, United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd, United Kingdom Potters’ Place Inc, TX Randall Wheel & Pottery Co, NY Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Seeley’s, NY Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA Shimpo Ceramics (Nidec-Shimpo America Corp.), IL

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Stow Potters Wheels, United Kingdom Summit Kilns, FL Technique Inc, AZ Thomas Stuart Wheels, CO Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Tri-State Kiln Service, Inc, IL Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc, MN Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc, TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc, Canada Venco Products, Australia West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Presses Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Axner Co. Inc., FL Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ

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Claymaker, CA Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ

New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Industrial Minerals Co., CA Industrial Pyrometer and Supply Company, IL J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Industries/Fate Intl., OH

Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA The Kiln Doctor Inc., VA

Peter Pugger Mfg., CA

Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO

Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

Nevada Dan’s, NV

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom

Miami Clay Co., FL Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO

RAM Products Inc., OH

Nevada Dan’s, NV

Santa Fe Clay, NM Seattle Pottery Supply, WA

New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom RAM Products Inc., OH

Rovin Ceramics, Ml Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Pug Mills Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Alligator Clay Company, LA American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA Shimpo Ceramics (Nidec-Shimpo America Corp.), IL

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Technique Inc., AZ Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Tri-State Kiln Service, Inc., IL Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Venco Products, Australia Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY Western Clay Machinery Sales Inc., CA

Pyrometers Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA

Amherst Potters Supply, MA ARC, CO Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX

Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bluebird Mfg. Inc., CO Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT

Amherst Potters Supply, MA ARC, CO Archie Bray Foundation, MT Aremco Products Inc., NY Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bartlett Instrument Co., IA Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom

Carolina Clay Connection, NC

BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Ceraco International, CA

Boston Kiln Sales & Service, MA

Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT

Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Services, CA Ceramic Services Inc., PA

Laguna Clay Co., CA

Laser Kilns, United Kingdom Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Metrosales, United Kingdom Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Olympic Kilns, GA

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potters’ Place Inc., TX Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Pyrometer Instrument Corp., NJ Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Seeley’s, NY Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA Shimpo Ceramics (Nidec-Shimpo America Corp.), IL Skutt Ceramic Products, OR

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Standard Ceramic Supply, PA

Summit Kilns, FL Technique Inc., AZ Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Tri-State Kiln Service, Inc., IL Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Vulcan Kilns, OH Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia Ward Burner Systems, TN West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Scales Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA

Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Alligator Clay Company, LA

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia

Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc., UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL

Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Cress Mfg. Co., NV Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada

Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY

Dunghanrach Clay Co., MN Etc., Etc., Etc., TX

The Kiln Doctor Inc., VA

Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO

Euclids Kilns & Elements, Canada Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Evenheat Kiln Inc., Ml Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Furnace Engineering, New Zealand Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Dunghanrach Clay Co., MN Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR

Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Metrosales, United Kingdom

Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH

Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA

Midlantic Clay, NJ

Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Miami Clay Co., FL

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Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Etc., Etc., Etc., TX

Etc., Etc., Etc., TX

Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fat Cat Pottery Inc., NC Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Industrial Minerals Co., CA Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Midlantic Clay, NJ Minnesota Clay USA, MN

Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Industrial Minerals Co., CA Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Miami Clay Co., FL

Nevada Dan’s, NV

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN

New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potters’ Place Inc., TX Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Precision Weighing Balances, MA RAM Products Inc., OH

Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Seattle Pottery Supply, WA

Nevada Dan’s, NV New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potters’ Place Inc., TX Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Reade Metals & Minerals, Rl Rovin Ceramics, Ml

Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR

Santa Fe Clay, NM Seattle Pottery Supply, WA

Standard Ceramic Supply, PA

Technique Inc., AZ

Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR

Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Standard Ceramic Supply, PA

Sieves Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Sydney Heath & Son Ltd., United Kingdom Technique Inc., AZ Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Slab Rollers

Amherst Potters Supply, MA

Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA

Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Amherst Potters Supply, MA

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM

BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT

Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Bennett’s Pottery Supply, FL BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc., UT Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceraco International, CA

Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA

Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

July/August 2002

Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH

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Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Cromartie Group Ltd, United Kingdom Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Dakota Potters Supply, SD Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Etc, Etc, Etc, TX Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fash-en-Hues, OH Florida Clay Art Co, FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc, OH Paintec, Argentina

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd, CANADA Potclays Ltd, United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd, United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd, United Kingdom Rovin Ceramics, Ml

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Etc, Etc, Etc, TX

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd, Canada

Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY

Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fat Cat Pottery Inc, NC Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Furnace Engineering, New Zealand Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR Gordon Ward, OR

Laguna Clay Co., CA

Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Technique Inc, AZ

Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd, Canada Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA The Kiln Doctor Inc., VA

Krueger Pottery Inc, MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO

Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc, OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Miami Clay Co., FL Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc, OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Potclays Ltd, United Kingdom The Potters Connection Ltd, United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd, United Kingdom

Laguna Clay Co., CA

Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Laser Kilns, United Kingdom Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc, OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Metrosales, United Kingdom

Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Technique Inc, AZ Tri-State Kiln Service, Inc, IL Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc, Canada Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co, TN Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

Nevada Dan’s, NV New Mexico Clay Co., NM North Star Equipment Inc., WA

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc, OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd, CANADA Potclays Ltd, United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd, United Kingdom Potters’ Place Inc, TX Potterycrafts Ltd, United Kingdom Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Technique Inc, AZ Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Tri-State Kiln Service, Inc, IL Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc, MN Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc, TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc, Canada Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Spraying Equipment Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Axner Co. Inc., FL

Badger Air Brush Co, IL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd, United Kingdom Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc, VA Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Ceraco International, CA Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA

American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Etc, Etc, Etc, TX Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Florida Clay Art Co, FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd, Canada

Slip Casting Equipment Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA

Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd, United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Capital Ceramics Inc, UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL

Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Laguna Clay Co., CA

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co, CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc, OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Metrosales, United Kingdom

Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Claymaker, CA Clayworld, TX Creative Hobbies Inc, NJ Cromartie Group Ltd, United Kingdom Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA

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Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc, MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO

Miami Clay Co., FL Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

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Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Tri-State Kiln Service, Inc, IL Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc, MN Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc, Canada Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Studio Furnishings Debcor Inc., IL

Thermocouples Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Aim Kiln Mfg., OR Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Amherst Potters Supply, MA ARC, CO Archie Bray Foundation, MT Aremco Products Inc, NY Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Boston Kiln Sales & Service, MA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd, United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc, VA Capital Ceramics Inc, UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Ceramic Services, CA Ceramic Services Inc, PA Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co, CA Charles A. Hones Inc, NY Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Cress Mfg. Co, NV Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Dunghanrach Clay Co, MN Duralite Inc, CT Etc, Etc, Etc, TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Euclids Kilns & Elements, Canada Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Evenheat Kiln Inc, Ml Florida Clay Art Co, FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Furnace Engineering, New Zealand Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd, Canada Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Industrial Pyrometer and Supply Company, IL Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA The Kiln Doctor Inc., VA

Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc, MO

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Krumor Inc., OH L&L Kiln Mfg. Inc., PA

L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Olympic Kilns, GA

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Pyrometer Instrument Corp., NJ Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Seeley’s, NY Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA Shimpo Ceramics (Nidec-Shimpo America Corp.), IL Skutt Ceramic Products, OR

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Summit Kilns, FL Technique Inc., AZ Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Tri-State Kiln Service, Inc., IL Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc., TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada

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Vulcan Kilns, OH Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia Ward Burner Systems, TN West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Tools, Handbuilding & Throwing Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Aftosa, CA Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Bison Studios, NV Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Brown Tool Co., MN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Ceramic Cellar, NC Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Chris Henley Tools, CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA

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Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Dolan Tools, AZ Doo-Woo Tools, NY Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Falcon Co., CA Falcon Company, CA Fat Cat Pottery Inc., NC Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Gare Inc., MA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Giffin Tec Inc., CO Glyptic Modeling Tools, CO

Gordon Ward, OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ Herring Designs, LC, FL Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Industrial Minerals Co., CA Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Jepson Pottery & World Pottery Institute, FL Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN

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Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM North Star Equipment Inc., WA

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, C/\ Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom The Potters School, MA The Potters Shop, MA

Potters’ Place Inc., TX Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Rainy Day Art Supply Co., Ml Rovin Ceramics, Ml

Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Debcor Inc., IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ

Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR

Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia

Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH

Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY

Continental Clay Co., MN Cornell Studio Supply, OH Creative Industries, CA

Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada

Davens Ceramic Center, GA Debcor Inc., IL Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Seeley’s, NY Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Silver Falcon, OH Sneddon’s Ceramic Studio, PA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Technique Inc., AZ

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada

Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc., TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY www.potterytools.com, TX

Valves & Regulators Axner Co. Inc., FL

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Ceramic Services, CA Ceramic Services Inc., PA Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Charles A. Hones Inc., NY Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Continental Clay Co., MN

Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Geil Kilns Co., CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Kiln-Ray Services, NY L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Miami Clay Co., FL Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA The Potter’s Center, ID RAM Products Inc., OH

Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Summit Kilns, FL Ward Burner Systems, TN West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Ware Trucks Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Amherst Potters Supply, MA ARC, CO Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL

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Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada

Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Gordon Ward, OR

Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

The Kiln Doctor Inc., VA

Laguna Clay Co., CA

Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM

The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Rovin Ceramics, Ml

Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY

Seattle Pottery Supply, WA

Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA The Kiln Doctor Inc., VA

Technique Inc., AZ

Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM North Star Equipment Inc., WA

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Summit Kilns, FL Technique Inc., AZ Thomas Stuart Wheels, CO Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Wedging Boards Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

BigCeramicStore.com, CA Boston Kiln Sales & Service, MA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN

Crucible Kilns, WA • Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Pottery Making illustrated

Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Tri-State Kiln Service, Inc., IL Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Wheels,

Banding

Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH Axner Co. Inc., FL

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom Ceraco International, CA Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN

Cromartie Group Ltd., United Kingdom Crucible Kilns, WA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Florida Clay Art Co., FL Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

L&R Specialties Inc, MO Lockerbie Manufacturing, CA Miami Clay Co., FL Minnesota Clay USA, MN

Nevada Dan’s, NV Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia

Wheels, Potters Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH Axner Co. Inc., FL

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom Ceraco International, CA Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Creative Industries, CA

Crucible Kilns, WA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Edmunds Design & Mfg., MN Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Florida Clay Art Co., FL Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Klopfenstein Art Equipment, OH L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laser Kilns, United Kingdom Lockerbie Manufacturing, CA Miami Clay Co., FL Minnesota Clay USA, MN

Nevada Dan’s, NV Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Sydney Heath & Son Ltd., United Kingdom Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia Waves of Grain, MN Wendt Pottery, ID

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Acrylics Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Art & Clay, NM ATOFINA Chemicals Inc, PA BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd, United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Capital Ceramics Inc, UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Arts & Crafts Supply, Canada Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co, CA Circle D Ceramics Inc, CO Continental Clay Co., MN

Creative Hobbies Inc, NJ Dakota Potters Supply, SD Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Du-All Drafting & Art, Ml Duncan Enterprises, CA

Etc, Etc, Etc, TX Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fash-en-Hues, OH Gare Inc, MA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR Huey’s Ceramics, OH J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc, OH Mayco, OH Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc, OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Potclays Ltd, United Kingdom Rainy Day Art Supply Co, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Scotlin Ceramics, IA Sneddon’s Ceramic Studio, PA Spectrum Glazes, Canada

Stoney Ridge Ceramic Supply, OK Technique Inc, AZ Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc, MN West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Additives & Binders Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Alligator Clay Company, LA Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH Artist Junction, FL

Atlantic Equipment, NJ Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd, United Kingdom Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc, UT Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ Cerdec Corp., PA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Clayworld, TX Continental Clay Co., MN

CraftCote International, MO Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Etc, Etc, Etc, TX Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Florida Clay Art Co, FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA GE Company, CT J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co, TN Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM

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Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Potclays Ltd, United Kingdom Reade Metals & Minerals, Rl Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Spectrum Glazes, Canada Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Back Supports American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Clayworld, TX Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Blanks, Bisque Tile Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Aftosa, CA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Artist Junction, FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Bisque Treasures, Inc, CT Bisque USA, TN Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd, United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc, VA Capital Ceramics Inc, UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Creative Hobbies Inc, NJ Crucible Kilns, WA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Etc, Etc, Etc, TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Fat Cat Pottery Inc, NC Florida Clay Art Co, FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA General Porcelain Mfg Co. Inc, NJ Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd, Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ

Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

National Artcraft Co, OH New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd, CANADA The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd, United Kingdom Potters’ Place Inc, TX Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply inc., Ml

Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Sneddon’s Ceramic Studio, PA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Technique Inc, AZ Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc, Canada Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Blanks, Bisque Ware Aftosa, CA American Ceramic Supply Co., TX Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Bisque Treasures, Inc, CT Bisque USA, TN Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd, United Kingdom Capital Ceramics Inc, UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Catalina China Inc, AZ Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Creative Hobbies Inc, NJ Crucible Kilns, WA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Etc, Etc, Etc, TX Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fash-en-Hues, OH Florida Clay Art Co, FL General Porcelain Mfg Co. Inc, NJ Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc, OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Miami Ciay Co., FL New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Potclays Ltd, United Kingdom Potters’ Place Inc, TX Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Seeley’s, NY Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Sneddon’s Ceramic Studio, PA Technique Inc, AZ Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Blanks, Glazed Bisque Treasures, Inc, CT

Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY

Catalina China Inc, AZ Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Crucible Kilns, WA Etc, Etc, Etc, TX Florida Clay Art Co, FL General Porcelain Mfg Co. Inc, NJ Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada National Artcraft Co, OH

Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

London Tile Co, OH Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Manitou Arts (HBD Ceramics), Ml Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc, OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Miami Clay Co., FL

New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co, TN Midlantic Clay, NJ

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Cane Handles Aftosa, CA Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Art & Clay, NM Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Circle D Ceramics Inc., CO Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA

Creative Hobbies Inc., NJ Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Etc., Etc., Etc., TX

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fash-en-Hues, OH Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA General Porcelain Mfg Co. Inc, NJ Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR

Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fat Cat Pottery Inc., NC Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ

Creative Hobbies Inc., NJ Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO

Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Byrne Ceramic Supply Co. Inc., NJ Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Arts & Crafts Supply, Canada Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Creative Hobbies Inc., NJ Creative Paperclay Co., CA Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter s Supply Co., PA

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Du-All Drafting & Art, Ml Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Fash-en-Hues, OH Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY

Krueger Pottery Inc., MO

Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Huey’s Ceramics, OH Industrial Minerals Co., CA J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY

Laguna Clay Co., CA

Laguna Clay Co., CA

L&R Specialties Inc, MO

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada

Laguna Clay Co., CA

Miami Clay Co., FL Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO

National Artcraft Co., OH New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID Potters’ Place Inc., TX Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc., TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Ceramic Fiber Clark Art Glass & Refractories, VA

Clays, Casting Slip Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Byrne Ceramic Supply Co. Inc., NJ Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc., UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Arts & Crafts Supply, Canada Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ

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Miami Clay Co., FL Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

New Century Ceramic Arts Inc., WA New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Reade Metals & Minerals, Rl Resco Products Inc., NC Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Seeley’s, NY Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Sneddon’s Ceramic Studio, PA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Technique Inc., AZ

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

New Century Ceramic Arts Inc., WA New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Rainy Day Art Supply Co., Ml Resco Products Inc., NC Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Seeley’s, NY

Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc., TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Valentine Clays, United Kingdom Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Sneddon’s Ceramic Studio, PA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Technique Inc., AZ

Clays, Modeling Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Artist Junction, FL

Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc., TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Valentine Clays, United Kingdom Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY Zero Refractories Inc., Ml

Clays, Prepared Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA

Axner Co. Inc., FL

Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom

Amherst Potters Supply, MA

Aves Studio, Wl

BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom

Pottery Making illustrated

Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX

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Clays, Raw Materials

Art & Clay, NM

Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Standard Ceramic Supply, PA

Alligator Clay Company, LA

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom

Technique Inc., AZ

Amherst Potters Supply, MA

Bennett’s Pottery Supply, FL BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc., TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Valentine Clays, United Kingdom Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia WBB Ceramic Bodies, Germany Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY Zero Refractories Inc., Ml

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Byrne Ceramic Supply Co. Inc., NJ Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc., UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramic Supply of New England, MA Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Circle D Ceramics Inc., CO Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Countryside Ceramics, TX Coyote Clay & Color, NM Cromartie Group Ltd., United Kingdom Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fat Cat Pottery Inc., NC Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA General Porcelain Mfg Co. Inc, NJ Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Industrial Minerals Co., CA Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada MetalClay, NM Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

New Century Ceramic Arts Inc., WA New Mexico Clay Co., NM

New Orleans Clay, LA Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potters’ Place Inc., TX Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Rainy Day Art Supply Co., Ml Resco Products Inc., NC Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA

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Clays, Prepared-custom Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Alligator Clay Company, LA

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Byrne Ceramic Supply Co. Inc., NJ Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Carolina Clay Connection, NC Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Freeform Clay & Supply, CA General Porcelain Mfg Co. Inc, NJ Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Industrial Minerals Co., CA Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Krueger Pottery Inc., MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

New Century Ceramic Arts Inc., WA New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Reade Metals & Minerals, Rl Resco Products Inc., NC Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Standard Ceramic Supply, PA

Technique Inc., AZ Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Unicast Development Corp., NY Valentine Clays, United Kingdom Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia WBB Ceramic Bodies, Germany Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY Zero Refractories Inc., Ml

Pottery Making illustrated

Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA

Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Byrne Ceramic Supply Co. Inc., NJ Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc., UT Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Christy Minerals Co., MO Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

CraftCote International, MO Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fat Cat Pottery Inc., NC Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Gebr. Dorfner GmbH & Co., Germany General Porcelain Mfg Co. Inc, NJ Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada H.C. Spinks Clay Co. Inc., TN Hammill & Gillespie Inc., NJ Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Industrial Minerals Co., CA Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Kentucky-Tennessee Clay Co, TN Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Old Hickory Clay Co., KY Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom R.T. Vanderbilt Co. Inc., CT

Reade Metals & Minerals, Rl Resco Products Inc., NC Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Seattle Pottery Supply, WA

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Seeley’s, NY

Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co, CA

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Standard Ceramic Supply, PA

Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Technique Inc, AZ

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia

Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc, TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc, Canada Unicast Development Corp., NY U.S. Pigment Corp., IL Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY Zemex Industrial Minerals Inc, GA Zero Refractories Inc, Ml

Clock Components Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Aegean Sponge Co., OH Aftosa, CA American Ceramic Supply Co., TX Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd, United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Arts & Crafts Supply, Canada Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co, CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA Corey Ceramic Supply, MA

Creative Hobbies Inc, NJ Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fat Cat Pottery Inc, NC Florida Clay Art Co, FL Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd, Canada Huey’s Ceramics, OH J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Manitou Arts (HBD Ceramics), Ml Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc, OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Miami Clay Co., FL Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO

National Artcraft Co, OH New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc, OH Plainsman Clay Ltd, CANADA Potters’ Place Inc, TX Potterycrafts Ltd, United Kingdom Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Sneddon’s Ceramic Studio, PA Technique Inc, AZ West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Cones, Pyrometric Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Aegean Sponge Co., OH Aftosa, CA

Aim Kiln Mfg, OR Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Creative Hobbies Inc, NJ Cromartie Group Ltd, United Kingdom Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Dunghanrach Clay Co, MN Etc, Etc, Etc, TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Euclids Kilns & Elements, Canada Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Evenheat Kiln Inc, Ml Fat Cat Pottery Inc, NC Florida Clay Art Co, FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd, Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Huey’s Ceramics, OH Industrial Minerals Co, CA J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA The Kiln Doctor Inc., VA

Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc, MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc, OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co, TN Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

National Artcraft Co, OH New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc, OH Olympic Kilns, GA Orton Ceramic Foundation, OH

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd, CANADA Potclays Ltd, United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID Potters’ Place Inc, TX Potterycrafts Ltd, United Kingdom Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Seeley’s, NY Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA Shimpo Ceramics (Nidec-Shimpo America Corp.),

Sneddon’s Ceramic Studio, PA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom

Standard Ceramic Supply, PA

BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Technique Inc, AZ

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd, United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc, VA Capital Ceramics Inc, UT

Tri-State Kiln Service, Inc, IL Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc, MN Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc, TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc, Canada U.S. Pigment Corp., IL Vulcan Kilns, OH Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc, UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Arts & Crafts Supply, Canada

July/August 2OO2

Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

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Cerdec Corp., PA Circle D Ceramics Inc., CO

Badger Air Brush Co., IL

Columbus Clay, OH Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom

Crucible Kilns, WA Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY

Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC

BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA

Laguna Clay Co., CA

Continental Clay Co., MN Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Copper Enameling Supplies

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN

Cotton Linter Fiber Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Dakota Potters Supply, SD Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Metrosales, United Kingdom New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Seattle Pottery Supply, WA

Decals, Commercial/Custom Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Calcoworld Ceramic Decals, FL Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Arts & Crafts Supply, Canada Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Cerdec Corp., PA Continental Clay Co., MN

Dakota Potters Supply, SD Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fash-en-Hues, OH Hamdoun & Co., Syria Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Huey’s Ceramics, OH Innovative Ceramic Corp., OH Instar Enterprises Inti Inc., NJ International Decal Corp., IL J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO

National Artcraft Co., OH New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Olympic Enterprises Inc., OH Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Smoky Mountain Pottery, TN Sneddon’s Ceramic Studio, PA Technique Inc., AZ Teka Fine Line Brushes Inc., NY West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY Wise Decal, OH

Decorating Accessories Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Aftosa, CA American Ceramic Supply Co., TX Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH Axner Co. Inc., FL

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Arts & Crafts Supply, Canada Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics by Pauline, PA

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Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH

Creative Hobbies Inc., NJ Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD

Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia

Etc., Etc., Etc., TX

Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fat Cat Pottery Inc., NC Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Hamdoun & Co., Syria Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mayco, OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada

Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH Creative Industries, CA

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Enviro-Safety Products, CA Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Miami Clay Co., FL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN

Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO

Industrial Minerals Co., CA Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY

National Artcraft Co., OH

Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA The Kiln Doctor Inc., VA

New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Rainy Day Art Supply Co., Ml Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Metrosales, United Kingdom

Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA

Miami Clay Co., FL

Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Technique Inc., AZ Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc., TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Display Products Aftosa, CA

Artfixtures, ID Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Continental Clay Co., MN

Easels by Amron, FL Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Midlantic Clay, NJ

National Artcraft Co., OH New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA The Potter’s Center, ID Rainy Day Art Supply Co., Ml Sapir Studios, IL Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Technique Inc., AZ Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Waves of Grain, MN

Dust Masks & Respirators Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Aftosa, CA Alligator Clay Company, LA American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Axner Co. Inc., FL

Pottery Making illustrated

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Refractory & Industrial Services Ltd., United Kingdom Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Standard Ceramic Supply, PA

Technique Inc., AZ Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Eye Protection Aftosa, CA American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Carolina Clay Connection, NC

July/August 2OO2


Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia

Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fat Cat Pottery Inc., NC Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR

Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ

Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH Creative Industries, CA

Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Industrial Minerals Co., CA Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA

Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO

Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Laguna Clay Co., CA

Enviro-Safety Products, CA Etc., Etc., Etc., TX

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH

Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Florida Clay Art Co., FL Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR

Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Miami Clay Co., FL

Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada H.L. Bouton Co., MA Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY

Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM

The Kiln Doctor Inc., VA Laguna Clay Co., CA

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Reade Metals & Minerals, Rl Rovin Ceramics, Ml

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Metrosales, United Kingdom Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Refractory & Industrial Services Ltd., United Kingdom Rovin Ceramics, Ml

Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Seeley’s, NY Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR

Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Spectrum Glazes, Canada Standard Ceramic Supply, PA

Seattle Pottery Supply, WA

Technique Inc., AZ

Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Tri-State Kiln Service, Inc., IL Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Ward Burner Systems, TN West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc., TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada U.S. Pigment Corp., IL Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Frits Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA

Glass Fusing Supplies Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA

Alligator Clay Company, LA

American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Amherst Potters Supply, MA

Archie Bray Foundation, MT

Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom

Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Crucible Kilns, WA

BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT

Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Carolina Clay Connection, NC Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

July/August 2OO2

Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Evenheat Kiln Inc., Ml Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ

Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Olympic Kilns, GA Paragon Industries Inc., TX

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA The Potter’s Center, ID Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Skutt Ceramic Products, OR

West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

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Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co, CA Cerdec Corp., PA

Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia

Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN

Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH

Glazes, China Paints

Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Bisque Treasures, Inc, CT Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd, United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Capital Ceramics Inc, UT

Continental Clay Co., MN Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Continental Clay Co., MN Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS

Etc, Etc, Etc, TX Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fat Cat Pottery Inc, NC Florida Clay Art Co, FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Gare Inc, MA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR

Duncan Enterprises, CA

Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS

Etc, Etc, Etc, TX Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fash-en-Hues, OH Fat Cat Pottery Inc, NC Florida Clay Art Co, FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Gare Inc, MA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR

Duncan Enterprises, CA

Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Etc, Etc, Etc, TX Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Florida Clay Art Co, FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd, Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Mayco, OH

Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Miami Clay Co., FL

J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co, TN

Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd, Canada Hamdoun & Co, Syria Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc, OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada

Kiln-Ray Services, NY

Miami Clay Co., FL Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO

Miami Clay Co., FL Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co, CA Cerdec Corp., PA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Columbus Clay, OH Cornell Studio Supply, OH

National Artcraft Co, OH New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc, OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd, CANADA Potclays Ltd, United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd, United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd, United Kingdom Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Seeley’s, NY Sneddon’s Ceramic Studio, PA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Standard Ceramic Supply, PA

Technique Inc, AZ U.S. Pigment Corp., IL West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Glazes, Lusters Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom

Creative Hobbies Inc, NJ Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Laguna Clay Co., CA

Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc, OH Mayco, OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada

National Artcraft Co, OH New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc, OH Olympic Kilns, GA

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd, CANADA Potclays Ltd, United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd, United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd, United Kingdom Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Sneddon’s Ceramic Studio, PA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Standard Ceramic Supply, PA

Stoney Ridge Ceramic Supply, OK Technique Inc, AZ Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc, TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc, Canada U.S. Pigment Corp., IL Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Glazes, Prepared-custom Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Amherst Potters Supply, MA

Bisque Treasures, Inc, CT

Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL

Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd, United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc, VA Capital Ceramics Inc, UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc, UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Arts & Crafts Supply, Canada Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ

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Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc, VA Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Ceramic Arts & Crafts Supply, Canada Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co, CA Cerdec Corp., PA Circle D Ceramics Inc, CO

Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Huey’s Ceramics, OH Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY Krueger Pottery Inc, MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Plainsman Clay Ltd, CANADA Potclays Ltd, United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd, United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd, United Kingdom Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Spectrum Glazes, Canada Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc, Canada U.S. Pigment Corp., IL Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Glazes, Prepared-dry Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Bisque Treasures, Inc, CT Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd, United Kingdom Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc, VA Capital Ceramics Inc, UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc, UT Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co, CA Cerdec Corp., PA Clay Art Center Inc., WA The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA

Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

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Etc., Etc., Etc., TX

Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Coyote Clay & Color, NM Creative Hobbies Inc., NJ Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fat Cat Pottery Inc., NC Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Etc., Etc., Etc., TX

Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Industrial Minerals Co., CA Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fash-en-Hues, OH Fat Cat Pottery Inc., NC Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Gare Inc., MA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR

Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Krueger Pottery Inc., MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potters’ Place Inc., TX Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Huey’s Ceramics, OH Industrial Minerals Co., CA J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH

Santa Fe Clay, NM Seattle Pottery Supply, WA

Miami Clay Co., FL

Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Spectrum Glazes, Canada Standard Ceramic Supply, PA

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN

Technique Inc., AZ

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH

Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Olympic Kilns, GA

Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc., TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada U.S. Pigment Corp., IL Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potters’ Place Inc., TX Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Rovin Ceramics, Ml

Glazes, Prepared-liquid Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Bisque Treasures, Inc., CT Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT

Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Spectrum Glazes, Canada

Stoney Ridge Ceramic Supply, OK Technique Inc., AZ Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc., TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada U.S. Pigment Corp., IL Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Glazes, Raw Materials and Chemicals Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA

Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Alligator Clay Company, LA

Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc., UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL

Amherst Potters Supply, MA

Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Ceramics by Pauline, PA Cerdec Corp., PA Circle D Ceramics Inc., CO

Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia

BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA

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Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc., UT Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

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Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramic Supply of New England, MA Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Cerdec Corp., PA

Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom Bennett’s Pottery Supply, FL BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Bisque Treasures, Inc., CT

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia

Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT

Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Seeley’s, NY Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Sneddon’s Ceramic Studio, PA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR

Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Spectrum Glazes, Canada Standard Ceramic Supply, PA

Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc., UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Cellar, NC

Stoney Ridge Ceramic Supply, OK Sunset Ceramics, IA Technique Inc., AZ

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD

Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramic Supply of New England, MA Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Ceramics by Pauline, PA Cerdec Corp., PA Circle D Ceramics Inc., CO

Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc., TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada U.S. Pigment Corp., IL Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH

Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Hamdoun & Co., Syria Hammill & Gillespie Inc., NJ

Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Industrial Minerals Co., CA Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH

Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Countryside Ceramics, TX Coyote Clay & Color, NM Creative Hobbies Inc., NJ Cromartie Group Ltd., United Kingdom Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Miami Clay Co., FL

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN

Duncan Enterprises, CA

Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Pacer Corp., SD Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Reade Metals & Minerals, Rl Rovin Ceramics, Ml

Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fash-en-Hues, OH Fat Cat Pottery Inc., NC Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Gare Inc., MA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Santa Fe Clay, NM Seattle Pottery Supply, WA

Huey’s Ceramics, OH Industrial Minerals Co., CA J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY K-Marlin Ceramics, CO

Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Umicore Marketing Services, NC Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR

Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO

Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Spectrum Glazes, Canada Standard Ceramic Supply, PA

Technique Inc., AZ Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc., TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada U.S. Pigment Corp., IL Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY Westerwald Pottery Chemicals, PA Zemex Industrial Minerals Inc., GA

Glazes, Underglazes Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL

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Laguna Clay Co., CA

Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mayco, OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO

Miles Ceramic Color, CA Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Olympic Kilns, GA

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potters’ Place Inc., TX

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Grog Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Alligator Clay Company, LA

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc., UT Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Christy Minerals Co., MO Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter s Supply Co., PA

Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Hammill & Gillespie Inc., NJ

Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Industrial Minerals Co., CA Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maryland Refractories Co., OH Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Metrosales, United Kingdom Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM

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Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd, CANADA Potclays Ltd, United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd, United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd, United Kingdom Refractory & Industrial Services Ltd, United Kingdom Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Technique Inc, AZ Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc, TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc, Canada U.S. Pigment Corp., IL Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY Zero Refractories Inc, Ml

Jewelry Supplies Aftosa, CA

Art Clay World, USA, IL Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Dakota Potters Supply, SD Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada MetalClay, NM The Potters Connection Ltd, United Kingdom Rings & Things Wholesale, WA Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc, MN

Lamp Parts, Electric Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA

Lamp Parts, Oil Aftosa, CA Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Axner Co. Inc., FL

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd, United Kingdom Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Corey Ceramic Supply, MA

Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Don Snyder Imports, CA Dunghanrach Clay Co, MN Gearon Co, IL Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd, Canada L&R Specialties Inc, MO Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc, OH Miami Clay Co., FL

National Artcraft Co, OH New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Plainsman Clay Ltd, CANADA Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Technique Inc, AZ West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Lamp Shades New Brunswick Lamp Shade Co, NJ

Lead Test Kits American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Axner Co. Inc., FL

Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc, VA Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co, CA

Aegean Sponge Co., OH Aftosa, CA American Ceramic Supply Co., TX Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Crucible Kilns, WA

Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX

Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY Krueger Pottery Inc, MO

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd, United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Capital Ceramics Inc, UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Arts & Crafts Supply, Canada Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co, CA Circle D Ceramics Inc, CO Clay Art Center Inc., WA Corey Ceramic Supply, MA

Creative Hobbies Inc, NJ Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fash-en-Hues, OH Fat Cat Pottery Inc, NC Gearon Co, IL Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd, Canada Huey’s Ceramics, OH J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE L&R Specialties Inc, MO The Lamp Shop, NH Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc, OH Miami Clay Co., FL Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO

National Artcraft Co, OH New Brunswick Lamp Shade Co, NJ New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc, OH Osram Sylvania, MA OTT-LITE Technology, FL The Potter’s Center, ID Potters’ Place Inc, TX Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Sneddon’s Ceramic Studio, PA Technique Inc, AZ West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

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Clay Art Center Inc., WA Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA

Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc, OH Miami Clay Co., FL Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Plainsman Clay Ltd, CANADA The Potter’s Center, ID Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Technique Inc, AZ Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc, Canada U.S. Pigment Corp., IL

Metallic Foils Atlantic Equipment, NJ Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY Clay Art Center Inc., WA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Reade Metals & Minerals, Rl Seattle Pottery Supply, WA

Moldmaking Supplies Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom

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Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT

Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA

Bennett’s Pottery Supply, FL BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA

Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc., UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceraco International, CA

Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Gare Inc., MA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Hamdoun & Co., Syria

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fat Cat Pottery Inc., NC Freeform Clay & Supply, CA General Porcelain Mfg Co. Inc, NJ Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR

Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ

Krueger Pottery Inc., MO

Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Laguna Clay Co., CA

Industrial Minerals Co., CA Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY

Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Miami Clay Co., FL Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom RAM Products Inc., OH Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Technique Inc., AZ Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Packaging Materials/Equipment Argrov Box Co., OH Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Metrosales, United Kingdom Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom

Bisque Treasures, Inc., CT

Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramic Supply of New England, MA Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Chris Henley Tools, CA Circle D Ceramics Inc., CO Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Ciay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH Creative Industries, CA

Cromartie Group Ltd., United Kingdom Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Dolan Tools, AZ Duncan Enterprises, CA

Dunghanrach Clay Co., MN Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Giffin Tec Inc., CO Gordon Ward, OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Handmade Lampshades, OH Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Industrial Minerals Co., CA Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Jamark Laboratories Inc., Ml Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA The Kiln Doctor Inc., VA

Rovin Ceramics, Ml

Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO

Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Laguna Clay Co., CA

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Seeley’s, NY

Technique Inc., AZ

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Manitou Arts (HBD Ceramics), Ml Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada MetalClay, NM Metrosales, United Kingdom

Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA

Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Miami Clay Co., FL

Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc., TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN

GE Company, CT Georgia-Pacific Corp., IL Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Hamdoun & Co., Syria Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Sydney Heath & Son Ltd., United Kingdom

Plaster

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom BigCeramicStore.com, CA

BPB Formula, United Kingdom Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

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RAM Products Inc., OH

Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Standard Ceramic Supply, PA

Potters Accessories, Miscellaneous Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Aegean Sponge Co., OH Aftosa, CA Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

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Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

National Artcraft Co., OH New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potters’ Place Inc., TX Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Sneddon’s Ceramic Studio, PA

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Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR

Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Standard Ceramic Supply, PA

Etc., Etc., Etc., TX

Sydney Heath & Son Ltd., United Kingdom Technique Inc., AZ

Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc., TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Pumps Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Aftosa, CA American Ceramic Supply Co., TX Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Axner Co. Inc., FL BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Claymakers, NC Continental Clay Co., MN

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fat Cat Pottery Inc., NC Florida Clay Art Co., FL Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID RAM Products Inc., OH

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Technique Inc., AZ West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY Western Clay Machinery Sales Inc., CA

Refractories Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Aim Kiln Mfg., OR Alligator Clay Company, LA

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom BNZ Materials Inc., PA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Charles A. Hones Inc., NY Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA

Cotronics Corp., NY Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA

july/August 2OO2

Euclids Kilns & Elements, Canada Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Industrial Minerals Co., CA ITC/lnternational Technical Ceramics Inc., FL Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Refractory & Industrial Services Ltd., United Kingdom Resco Products Inc., NC Rovin Ceramics, Ml Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA Smith-Sharpe Fire Brick Supply, MN

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Spectrum Glazes, Canada

Summit Kilns, FL Technique Inc., AZ Thorley Refractories Inc., CA Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Unicast Development Corp., NY Vulcan Kilns, OH Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia Ward Burner Systems, TN Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY Zero Refractories Inc., Ml

Refractory Repair Materials Aim Kiln Mfg., OR Alligator Clay Company, LA Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom BNZ Materials Inc., PA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Claymaker, CA Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN

Cotronics Corp., NY Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Euclids Kilns & Elements, Canada Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Furnace Engineering, New Zealand

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Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd, Canada Industrial Minerals Co, CA ITC/lnternational Technical Ceramics Inc, FL Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY The Kiln Doctor Inc., VA

Krueger Pottery Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Metrosales, United Kingdom Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co, TN Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd, CANADA Potclays Ltd, United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID Potterycrafts Ltd, United Kingdom Reade Metals & Minerals, Rl Refractory & Industrial Services Ltd, United Kingdom Rovin Ceramics, Ml Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Skutt Ceramic Products, OR

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Vulcan Kilns, OH Ward Burner Systems, TN Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY Zero Refractories Inc, Ml

Rainy Day Art Supply Co, Ml Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Technique Inc, AZ West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Sculpting Supplies Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Aftosa, CA Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd, United Kingdom Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc, VA Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co, CA Chris Henley Tools, CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Artist Junction, FL

CraftCote International, MO Creative Paperclay Co, CA Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA

Aves Studio, Wl

Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Axner Co. Inc., FL Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Repair Compounds

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd, United Kingdom Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ

Etc, Etc, Etc, TX Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Florida Clay Art Co, FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR

Clayworld, TX

Glyptic Modeling Tools, CO Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Continental Clay Co., MN

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd, Canada

Cotronics Corp., NY CraftCote International, MO Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA

Herring Designs, LC, FL Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Industrial Minerals Co, CA Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY

Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Etc, Etc, Etc, TX

L&R Specialties Inc, MO

Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Laguna Clay Co., CA

Euclids Kilns & Elements, Canada Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Florida Clay Art Co, FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Furnace Engineering, New Zealand Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ ITC/lnternational Technical Ceramics Inc, FL Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY

Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc, OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada MetalClay, NM Metrosales, United Kingdom

Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA Laguna Clay Co., CA

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co, TN

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc, OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada

Miami Clay Co., FL Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

National Artcraft Co, OH New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd, CANADA

Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc, OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd, CANADA Potclays Ltd, United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID Potterycrafts Ltd, United Kingdom Rainy Day Art Supply Co, Ml Rovin Ceramics, Ml

Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Technique Inc, AZ Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA

West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Miami Clay Co., FL Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Sales & Marketing Supplies Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

The Grapevine, IL Instar Enterprises Inti Inc, NJ Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Technique Inc, AZ Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc, MN Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc, TX Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Sponges Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Aegean Sponge Co., OH Aftosa, CA Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd, United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc, VA Capital Ceramics Inc, UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc, UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Arts & Crafts Supply, Canada Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co, CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Creative Hobbies Inc, NJ Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Du-All Drafting & Art, Ml Etc, Etc, Etc, TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fash-en-Hues, OH Fat Cat Pottery Inc, NC Florida Clay Art Co, FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd, Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Huey’s Ceramics, OH Industrial Minerals Co, CA J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY Jepson Pottery & World Pottery Institute, FL Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Krueger Pottery Inc, MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc, OH Mayco, OH Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co, TN Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

National Artcraft Co, OH New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc, OH Olympic Enterprises Inc, OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd, CANADA Potclays Ltd, United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID

New Mexico Clay Co., NM

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The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potters’ Place Inc., TX Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Rainy Day Art Supply Co., Ml RAM Products Inc., OH

Rovin Ceramics, Ml Royal Brush Mfg., IN Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Seeley’s, NY Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Sydney Heath & Son Ltd., United Kingdom Technique Inc., AZ Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc., TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Stains Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Alligator Clay Company, LA American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potters’ Place Inc., TX Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Sneddon’s Ceramic Studio, PA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Spectrum Glazes, Canada Standard Ceramic Supply, PA

Stoney Ridge Ceramic Supply, OK Technique Inc., AZ Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada U.S. Pigment Corp., IL Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Stamps, Commercial/Custom Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom

American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Florida Clay Art Co., FL

Bisque Treasures, Inc., CT Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc., UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Arts & Crafts Supply, Canada Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Cerdec Corp., PA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Creative Hobbies Inc., NJ Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fash-en-Hues, OH Fat Cat Pottery Inc., NC Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Mason Color Works Inc., OH

Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Metrosales, United Kingdom Miami Clay Co., FL

July/August 2OO2

Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Innovative Ceramic Corp., OH Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Smoky Mountain Pottery, TN

Stoppers, Rubber/Plastic/Cork Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Aegean Sponge Co., OH Aftosa, CA American Ceramic Supply Co., TX Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Axner Co. Inc., FL BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Corey Ceramic Supply, MA

Creative Hobbies Inc., NJ Crucible Kilns, WA Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Florida Clay Art Co., FL Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ Huey’s Ceramics, OH J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY

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L&R Specialties Inc, MO

Technique Inc., AZ

Laguna Clay Co., CA

Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH

Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Miami Clay Co., FL Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO

National Artcraft Co., OH New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID Potters’ Place Inc., TX Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Sneddon’s Ceramic Studio, PA Sydney Heath & Son Ltd., United Kingdom

Wax Resist Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Aftosa, CA Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom

Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc., UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Supply Chicago, IL

Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Dunghanrach Clay Co., MN Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fash-en-Hues, OH Fat Cat Pottery Inc., NC Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada Heart in Hand Pottery, NJ Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Huey’s Ceramics, OH Industrial Minerals Co., CA J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mayco, OH Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Midlantic Clay, NJ Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

National Artcraft Co., OH New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Connection Ltd., United Kingdom Potters’ Place Inc., TX Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Reed Wax, MA Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Standard Ceramic Supply, PA

Technique Inc., AZ Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc., TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

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Associations The American Ceramic Society, OH

Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Hamdoun & Co, Syria Lead Corporation, Korea Lincoln Arts & Culture Foundation, CA Long Island Craft Guild-Potter’s Group, NY Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Potters Council, OH

Potters Guild of British Columbia, Canada West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Books A & C Black Publishers, United Kingdom Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Aftosa, CA Alligator Clay Company, LA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN The American Ceramic Society, OH American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Axner Co. Inc., FL

Badger Air Brush Co, IL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd, United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc, VA Capital Ceramics Inc, UT Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc, UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Arts & Crafts Supply, Canada Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co, CA Ceramics Consulting Services, MA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC ClayStation.com, CA Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Corey Ceramic Supply, MA Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Crucible Kilns, WA Crystal Productions, IL Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Digitalfire Corp., Canada Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Du-All Drafting & Art, Ml Edouard Bastarache Inc, Canada Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Falcon Co, CA Falcon Company, CA Fat Cat Pottery Inc, NC Florida Clay Art Co, FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd, Canada GUILD.com, Wl Hamdoun & Co, Syria Harry N. Abrams Inc, NY Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Industrial Minerals Co, CA Jack D. Wolfe Co, NY Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Krause Publications, Wl Krueger Pottery Inc, MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Lark Books, NC Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA

july/August 2OO2

Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc, OH MetalClay, NM

Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc, VA Capital Ceramics Inc, UT

Miami Clay Co., FL

Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co, CA

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co, TN Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Ceramics Monthly Magazine, OH Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Mint Museum of Art, NC New Century Ceramic Arts Inc, WA

The Clay Place, PA

New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Clay Times Magazine, VA

Niche Magazine, MD Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd, CANADA Potclays Ltd, United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID

Claymaker, CA Claymakers, NC Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia

The Potters Shop, MA

Potters’ Place Inc, TX PotteryAuction.com, FL Potterycrafts Ltd, United Kingdom Rainy Day Art Supply Co, Ml Reade Metals & Minerals, Rl Ritterbach Verlag, Germany Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA

Clayworks Supplies, Inc., MD

Clayworld, TX Columbus Clay, OH Continental Clay Co., MN Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Crucible Kilns, WA Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Du-All Drafting & Art, Ml Etc, Etc, Etc, TX Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fat Cat Pottery Inc, NC Florida Clay Art Co, FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc, OR The Grapevine, IL

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Sterling Publishing Company, NY Technique Inc, AZ

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd, Canada Hamdoun & Co, Syria

Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Scott Creek Pottery Inc., WA

Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Seeley’s, NY Seven Hills Book Distributors, OH

Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc, MN Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc, TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc, Canada Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, PA Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia Ward Burner Systems, TN West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY Whistle Press, MS

Books, Out-of-print Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom Ceramic Arts Library, NY The Clay Place, PA Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd, Canada Hamdoun & Co, Syria Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA The Potters Shop, MA

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Glaze Calculation Software Axner Co. Inc., FL

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Digitalfire Corp., Canada Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Krueger Pottery Inc, MO Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Matrix Glaze Calculation Software, New Zealand Plainsman Clay Ltd, CANADA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA

Magazines

Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Industrial Minerals Co, CA Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA

Krause Publications, Wl Krueger Pottery Inc, MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc, AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc, OH Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co, TN Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Niche Magazine, MD Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc, OH Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd, CANADA The Potter’s Center, ID Pottery Making Illustrated, OH

Pottery Production Practices/Ceramic Industry, OH Ritterbach Verlag, Germany Rovin Ceramics, Ml Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Seeley’s, NY Studio Potter, NH Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc, TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc, Canada West’s Ceramic Supply Inc, NY

Videos

Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA The American Ceramic Society Bulletin, OH

Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA

The American Ceramic Society, OH American Ceramic Supply Co., TX Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX

Archie Bray Foundation, MT Armadillo Clay & Supplies, TX Art & Clay, NM

Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

Artist Junction, FL Axner Co. Inc., FL Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY

American Ceramic Supply Co., TX Axner Co. Inc., FL

Badger Air Brush Co, IL Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bluebird Mfg. Inc., CO Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS Carolina Clay Connection, NC

BigCeramicStore.com, CA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc, UT Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc, NJ Chris Autio Photo, MT

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd, United Kingdom Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts, IN

The Clay Place, PA

Bath Potters Supplies, United Kingdom

Pottery Making illustrated

Clay Art Center Inc., WA

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ClayStation.com, CA Clayworld, TX Continental Clay Co., MN

Crucible Kilns, WA Crystal Productions, IL Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA

Florida Clay Art Co., FL Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd., Canada H.L. Bouton Co., MA Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Jepson Pottery & World Pottery Institute, FL Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa MBF Productions, GA Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN

New Century Ceramic Arts Inc., WA New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Orton Ceramic Foundation, OH Paragon Industries Inc., TX

The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Shop, MA Pottery Videos.com, OR

Rovin Ceramics, Ml Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Consulting Services, Business/Marketing American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Ceramic Arts & Crafts Supply, Canada Ceramic Design Group Ltd., CO Ceramic Services Inc., PA Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics Consulting Services, MA Craft Alliance of New York State Inc., NY Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Evans Ceramic Supply, KS General Porcelain Mfg Co. Inc, NJ Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR GSM Enterprises Kiln Repair, TX Hamdoun & Co., Syria International Decal Corp., IL Jas. A. Corrigan, Artisan, IL Laguna Clay Co., CA

Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Scotlin Ceramics, IA West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Consulting Services, Clay & Glazes

Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA

Blackjack Clay Co. Inc., TX

Skutt Ceramic Products, OR

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA

Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay, VA

Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc., MN Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc., TX Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Ceramic Design Group Ltd., CO Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics Consulting Services, MA Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Dakota Potters Supply, SD Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Falcon Company, CA Freeform Clay & Supply, CA General Porcelain Mfg Co. Inc, NJ

Visual Aids (Posters, Slides, CD-ROMs) Aardvark Clay & Supplies, CA Amaco/Brent/Genesis, IN American Ceramic Supply Co., TX Bailey Pottery Equipment, NY BigCeramicStore.com, CA Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Ceramic Arts Library, NY Chris Autio Photo, MT Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Clayworld, TX Crucible Kilns, WA Crystal Productions, IL Hamdoun & Co., Syria Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN The Potters Shop, MA

Seattle Pottery Supply, WA West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Hamdoun & Co., Syria Highwater Clays, Inc., NC

Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Jas. A. Corrigan, Artisan, IL L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO

New Century Ceramic Arts Inc., WA New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom Scotlin Ceramics, IA Spectrum Glazes, Canada

SunFlower Pottery, FL Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Consulting Services, Firing

Laguna Clay Co., CA

Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom Scotlin Ceramics, IA Smith-Sharpe Fire Brick Supply, MN

SunFlower Pottery, FL Tri-State Kiln Service, Inc., IL Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Ward Burner Systems, TN Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY Wheel to Work Pottery, NC

Consulting Services, Production ARC, CO Ceramic Design Group Ltd., CO Ceramic Services Inc., PA Ceramics Consulting Services, MA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Freeform Clay & Supply, CA General Porcelain Mfg Co. Inc, NJ Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada New Mexico Clay Co., NM RAM Products Inc., OH

Scotlin Ceramics, IA SunFlower Pottery, FL Ward Burner Systems, TN Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Contract manufacturing Aftosa, CA

Ceramic Design Group Ltd., CO

Equipment Repair American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

ARC, CO Archie Bray Foundation, MT Artist Junction, FL Bluebird Mfg. Inc., CO

Boston Kiln Sales & Service, MA Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Ceramic Design Group Ltd., CO Ceramic Services, CA Ceramic Services Inc., PA Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD

American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

Blackjack Clay Co. Inc., TX

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Dragon Ceramex, United Kingdom Etc., Etc., Etc., TX

Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Carolina Clay Connection, NC

Ceramic Arts & Crafts Supply, Canada Ceramic Design Group Ltd., CO Ceramic Services, CA Ceramic Services Inc., PA Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics Consulting Services, MA Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Dakota Potters Supply, SD Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Etc., Etc., Etc., TX Freeform Clay & Supply, CA

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General Porcelain Mfg Co. Inc, NJ GSM Enterprises Kiln Repair, TX Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Jas. A. Corrigan, Artisan, IL L&R Specialties Inc, MO

Pottery Making illustrated

Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Fat Cat Pottery Inc., NC Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

GSM Enterprises Kiln Repair, TX J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA The Kiln Doctor Inc., VA

Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO

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L&R Specialties Inc, MO Laguna Clay Co., CA

Lead Corporation, Korea Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Miami Clay Co., FL Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Ohio Industries/Fate Intl., OH Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom

Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS Duralite Inc., CT

Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR

Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd., Canada

Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Jas. A. Corrigan, Artisan, IL

Euclids Kilns & Elements, Canada Evans Ceramic Supply, KS Evenheat Kiln Inc., Ml Fat Cat Pottery Inc., NC Freeform Clay & Supply, CA Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Laguna Clay Co., CA

Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Summit Kilns, FL Technique Inc., AZ Tri-State Kiln Service, Inc., IL Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Marjon Ceramics Inc., AZ Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc., OH Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada

Ceramic Arts & Crafts Supply, Canada Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Deb’s Pottery, PA Dogwood Ceramic Supply, MS J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Technique Inc., AZ

Internet Portal BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Clay Art Center Inc., WA

Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Clayworld, TX Craft Alliance of New York State Inc., NY Digitalfire Corp., Canada GUILD.com, Wl Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Miami Clay Co., FL

North Carolina Arts Council, NC PotteryAuction.com, FL Reade Metals & Minerals, Rl Silverhawk Craft Realm, NM Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada

Kiln Maintenance & Repair

Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc., GA The Kiln Doctor Inc., VA

Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA

Artist Junction, FL

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Northwest Special Effects, WA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom

Seattle Pottery Supply, WA

Firing

Laguna Clay Co., CA

GSM Enterprises Kiln Repair, TX ITC/lnternational Technical Ceramics Inc., FL J. & J. Ceramic Studio, DE Jack D. Wolfe Co., NY

Kiln-Ray Services, NY Krueger Pottery Inc., MO L&R Specialties Inc, MO

RAM Products Inc., OH Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Great Lakes Clay & Supply, IL

Miami Clay Co., FL

Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co., TN Mile Hi Ceramics Inc., CO Minnesota Clay USA, MN New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc., OH Olympic Kilns, GA Paragon Industries Inc., TX

Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply, CA Plainsman Clay Ltd., CANADA Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom The Potter’s Center, ID Potterycrafts Ltd., United Kingdom Refractory & Industrial Services Ltd., United Kingdom Runyan Pottery Supply Inc., Ml

Scotlin Ceramics, IA Seattle Pottery Supply, WA Sheffield Pottery Inc., MA Smith-Sharpe Fire Brick Supply, MN

Sneddon’s Ceramic Studio, PA Southern Oregon Pottery Supply, OR Summit Kilns, FL Sunset Ceramics, IA Technique Inc., AZ Tri-State Kiln Service, Inc., IL Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc., Canada Vulcan Kilns, OH Ward Burner Systems, TN Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Marketing Services

RAM Products Inc., OH

Portfolio Photography Bisque Treasures, Inc., CT Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Wheel to Work Pottery, NC

Studio Space Rental Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Art & Clay, NM Artist Junction, FL BigCeramicStore.com, CA

Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc., UT Ceramic Design Group Ltd., CO Claymakers, NC Cynthia Curtis Pottery, MA Deb’s Pottery, PA Dragonfly Journeys, NM Fat Cat Pottery Inc., NC Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa M&M Pottery Supply, PA Miami Clay Co., FL

Northeast Ceramic Supply, NY The Potter’s Center, ID The Potters Shop, MA

Santa Fe Clay, NM Scotlin Ceramics, IA Shambhala Pottery, OR SunFlower Pottery, FL Wendt Pottery, ID

Testing Services Boston Kiln Sales & Service, MA Ceramic Design Group Ltd., CO Ceramics Consulting Services, MA Clayworld, TX Digitalfire Corp., Canada Innovative Ceramic Corp., OH Laguna Clay Co., CA

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa NATLSCO, IL New Mexico Clay Co., NM

Potclays Ltd., United Kingdom

Aim Kiln Mfg., OR

American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

RAM Products Inc., OH

American Ceramic Supply Co., TX

American Craft Council, NY Artique Inc., NJ ArtMaxim Gallery, NM

Summit Kilns, FL Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L, Australia Wendt Pottery, ID West’s Ceramic Supply Inc., NY

Amherst Potters Supply, MA Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

BigCeramicStore.com, CA

ARC, CO Archie Bray Foundation, MT Aremco Products Inc., NY

Buyers Market of American Crafts, MD Ceramics Consulting Services, MA

Artist Junction, FL

Ceramics Monthly Magazine, OH

Boston Kiln Sales & Service, MA

Craft Alliance of New York State Inc., NY Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc., OR The Grapevine, IL GUILD.com, Wl Hamdoun & Co., Syria

Bracker’s Good Earth Clays, KS

Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc., VA Capital Ceramics Inc., UT Central Florida Ceramic Supply, FL Ceramic Arts & Crafts Supply, Canada Ceramic Services, CA Ceramic Services Inc., PA Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc., NJ Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co., CA Circle D Ceramics Inc., CO Clay Art Center Inc., WA

The Clay Place, PA Claymaker, CA Clayworks Potters Supply, Australia Continental Clay Co., MN Cornell Studio Supply, OH

Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company, Ml Crucible Kilns, WA Dakota Potters Supply, SD Davens Ceramic Center, GA Del Val Potter’s Supply Co., PA

July/August 2OO2

Herring Designs, LC, FL

Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies, South Africa Market House Craft Center/SFPN, PA Mercedes Ceramic Supplies, Canada Niche Magazine, MD Ohio Designer Craftsmen Enterprises, OH Oklahoma Panhandle State University, OK PotteryAuction.com, FL Wheel to Work Pottery, NC

Mold & Modeling Services Annie’s Mud Pie Shop, OH

Bisque Treasures, Inc., CT Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd., United Kingdom Ceramic Design Group Ltd., CO Clayworld, TX Dakota Potters Supply, SD General Porcelain Mfg Co. Inc, NJ

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Arizona Phoenix - Marjon Ceramics Inc. Scottsdale - Dolan Tools Scottsdale - Technique Inc. Tucson - Catalina China Inc.

Arkansas Combs - Flourish Co.

California Areata - Phoenix Ceramic & Fire Supply Beaumont - Lockerbie Manufacturing Berkeley - Leslie Ceramics Supply Co. Inc. Camarillo - Creative Paperclay Co. Chino - Ceramic Services City of Industry - Laguna Clay Co.

Comptche - Don Snyder Imports Corona - Homexx International El Cajon - Creative Industries

Encinitas - Chris Henley Tools Fremont - BigCeramicStore.com Fresno - Duncan Enterprises

Gardena - Geil Kilns Co. Harbor City - Ceraco International Lincoln - Lincoln Arts & Culture Foundation Los Angeles - Western Clay Machinery Sales Inc. Lucerne Valley - West Coast Kiln

Mt. Center - Olsen Kiln Kits National City - Freeform Clay & Supply Novato - Contemporary Kiln Inc. Olivenhain - Falcon Company Redlands - ClayStation.com Richmond - Aftosa

Riverside - Jiffy Mixer Co. Inc. Sacramento - Industrial Minerals Co. San Diego - Ceramic Artists of San Diego San Diego - Falcon Co. San Diego - Hyperglaze/Richard Burkett San Francisco - Ceramics & Crafts Supply Co. San Jose - Claymaker Santa Ana - Aardvark Clay & Supplies Santa Ana - Miles Ceramic Color Santa Fe Springs - B&B Refractories Inc. South Gate - Thorley Refractories Inc. Ukiah - Peter Pugger Mfg.

Ukiah - Pure & Simple Pottery Products Visalia - Enviro-Safety Products

Colorado Boulder - Giffin Tec Inc. Colorado Springs - Circle D Ceramics Inc. Colorado Springs - Max Concepts Denver - Mile Hi Ceramics Inc. Denver - Thomas Stuart Wheels Ft. Collins - Bluebird Mfg. Inc.

Lakewood - ARC Littleton - BNZ Materials Inc. Longmont - K-Marlin Ceramics

Georgia Atlanta - Davens Ceramic Center Atlanta - Kickwheel Pottery Supply Inc.

Atlanta - Zemex Industrial Minerals Inc. Decatur - MBF Productions Flowery Branch - Olympic Kilns

Idaho Boise - The Potter’s Center Ketchum - Artfixtures Lewiston - Wendt Pottery

Illinois Alton - Industrial Pyrometer and Supply Company Bloomingdale - U.S. Pigment Corp. Buffalo Grove - The Grapevine Carpentersville - Great Lakes Clay & Supply

Chicago - Gearon Co. Chicago - Sapir Studios Deerfield - Georgia-Pacific Corp. Evanston - Ceramic Supply Chicago

Franklin Park - Badger Air Brush Co. Glenview - Crystal Productions Hinsdale - Jas. A. Corrigan, Artisan Itasca - Shimpo Ceramics (Nidec-Shimpo America)

Lake Zurich - NATLSCO Northbrook - International Decal Corp. Oak Lawn - Art Clay World, USA Park City - Tri-State Kiln Service, Inc. South Holland - Debcor Inc. Indianapolis - Amaco/Brent/Genesis

Indianapolis - Brickyard Ceramics & Crafts Merrillville - Royal Brush Mfg.

Iowa Ft. Madison - Bartlett Instrument Co. McGregor - Scotlin Ceramics Montezuma - Sunset Ceramics

Kansas Lawrence - Bracker’s Good Earth Clays Newton • Soldner Clay Mixers by Muddy Elbow Mfg.

Wichita - Evans Ceramic Supply

Kentucky Hickory - Old Hickory Clay Co.

Delaware Dover - J. & J. Ceramic Studio

Florida Coconut Creek - Easels by Amron Gainesville - Herring Designs, LC

Baltimore - Buyers Market of American Crafts Baltimore - Clayworks Supplies, Inc.

Baltimore - Niche Magazine

Massachusetts Boston - Ceramic Supply of New England Bradford - Precision Weighing Balances

Needham - The Potters Shop

Northampton - Hampshire Woodworking Reading - Reed Wax Rockport - Cynthia Curtis Pottery Sheffield - Sheffield Pottery Inc.

Southampton - Ceramics Consulting Services Watertown - Boston Kiln Sales & Service Woreham - H.L. Bouton Co.

Michigan Caseville - Evenheat Kiln Inc.

Miami - Miami Clay Co. Ocoee - Bennett’s Pottery Supply

Detroit - Gilmour Campbell Co. Grand Rapids - Jamark Laboratories Inc. Grosse Pointe Woods - Rainy Day Art Supply Co. Jackson - Crossroads Pottery & Clay Company Leland - Manitou Arts (HBD Ceramics) Madison Hts. - Du-All Drafting & Art Taylor - Rovin Ceramics Taylor - Zero Refractories Inc.

Oviedo - Axner Co. Inc.

Ponte Vedra - International Technical Ceramics Inc. Sanford - Florida Clay Art Co. Sarasota - Artist Junction

Tampa - OTT-LITE Technology Williston - SunFlower Pottery Winter Park - Central Florida Ceramic Supply Winter Park - PotteryAuction.com

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Gulfport - Dogwood Ceramic Supply Petal - Whistle Press

Missouri Kansas City - CraftCote International Nixa - L&R Specialties Inc St. Louis - Christy Minerals Co. St. Louis - Krueger Pottery Inc.

Montana Helena - Archie Bray Foundation Missoula - Chris Autio Photo

Nevada Carson City - Cress Mfg. Co. Las Vegas - Bison Studios Sparks - Nevada Dan’s

New Hampshire Concord - The Lamp Shop Goffstown - Studio Potter Bellmawr - Creative Hobbies Inc. Bellmawr - Midlantic Clay Bergenfield - Atlantic Equipment East Brunswick - Instar Enterprises Inti Inc. Flanders - Byrne Ceramic Supply Co. Inc. Hopewell - The Clay Garden Livingston - Hammill & Gillespie Inc.

Lodi - Ceramic Supply Division of HMI Ceramics Inc. Midland Park - Artique Inc. Mt. Holly - Heart in Hand Pottery North Brunswick - New Brunswick Lamp Shade Co. Northvale - Pyrometer Instrument Corp. Trenton - General Porcelain Mfg Co. Inc

New Mexico

Albuquerque - New Mexico Clay Co.

Geneva - Jepson Pottery & World Pottery Institute Land 0 Lakes - Summit Kilns

Orlando - Calcoworld Ceramic Decals Osprey - Creative Systems

Mississippi

New Orleans - New Orleans Clay

Maryland

Danvers - Osram Sylvania Hadley - Amherst Potters Supply Harverhill - Gare Inc.

Riverton - Duralite Inc. West Haven - Bisque Treasures, Inc.

Minneapolis - Waves of Grain Plymouth - Allograph Inc. Plymouth - Triarco Arts & Crafts Inc.

Baton Rouge - Alligator Clay Company

Braintree - Corey Ceramic Supply

Norwalk - R.T. Vanderbilt Co. Inc.

Minneapolis - Master Kiln Builders Minneapolis - Smith-Sharpe Fire Brick Supply

Albuquerque - ArtMaxim Gallery Albuquerque - Coyote Clay & Color Albuquerque - MetalClay

Louisiana

Loveland - Glyptic Modeling Tools

Fairfield - GE Company

Minneapolis - Continental Clay Co.

New Jersey

Indiana

Steamboat Springs - Ceramic Design Group Ltd.

Connecticut

Melrose - Dunghanrach Clay Co. Minneapolis - Brown Tool Co.

Clio - Runyan Pottery Supply Inc.

Minnesota Bloomington - Minnesota Clay USA

Duluth - Edmunds Design & Mfg.

Pottery Making illustrated

Taos - Dragonfly Journeys Taos - Silverhawk Craft Realm

New York Amityville - Charles A. Hones Inc. Brooklyn - Cotronics Corp. Brooklyn - Jack D. Wolfe Co. Brooklyn - Teka Fine Line Brushes Inc. Buffalo - Vent-A-Kiln Corp.

Corning - Ceramic Arts Library Glenville - Kuma Beads Great Neck - Long Island Craft Guild-Potter’s Group Highland - American Craft Council Kingston - Bailey Pottery Equipment

Montgomery - West’s Ceramic Supply Inc. New York - Harry N. Abrams Inc. New York - Sterling Publishing Company Oneonta - Seeley’s Pleasantville - Unicast Development Corp. Rochester - Randall Wheel & Pottery Co. Syracuse - Craft Alliance of New York State Inc. Troy - Northeast Ceramic Supply Valley Cottage - Aremco Products Inc. Warwick - Doo-Woo Tools Warwick - Kiln-Ray Services

North Carolina Asheville - Ceramic Cellar Asheville - Highwater Clays, Inc.

Asheville - Lark Books Charlotte - Carolina Clay Connection

Durham - Claymakers Goldsboro - Wheel to Work Pottery Greensboro - Resco Products Inc. Raleigh - North Carolina Arts Council Raleigh - Umicore Marketing Services

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Saluda - Gates Furniture Wilmington - Fat Cat Pottery Inc.

Ohio Bucyrus - Ohio Industries/Fate Intl. Campbell - Olympic Enterprises Inc. Campbell - Silver Falcon Centerville - Vulcan Kilns Cincinnati - Annie’s Mud Pie Shop

Cincinnati - Maxfield Ceramics Supply Inc. Cincinnati - Seven Hills Book Distributors Cleveland - Aegean Sponge Co.

Columbus - Bareclay Columbus - Ceramitec Inc. Columbus - Columbus Clay Columbus - Ohio Designer Craftsmen Enterprises Columbus - RAM Products Inc.

Crestline - Klopfenstein Art Equipment Crooksville - Ferro Corp. Dayton - Argrov Box Co. Dayton - Cornell Studio Supply

Ft. Worth - Texas Pottery Supply & Clay Co. Mesquite - Paragon Industries Inc.

Murchison - Blackjack Clay Co. Inc. San Antonio - Clayworld San Antonio - GSM Enterprises Kiln Repair Schertz - Countryside Ceramics Sugar Land - Potters’ Place Inc. Wichita Falls - Etc., Etc, Etc.

Utah Cedar City - Cedar Mountain Ceramics, Inc. Salt Lake City - Capital Ceramics Inc.

Virginia Alexandria - Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc. Front Royal - The Kiln Doctor Inc. Manassas - Tin Barn Pottery at Manassas Clay

Mendota - Clark Art Glass & Refractories Richmond - Campbell’s Ceramic Supply Inc. Waterford - Clay Times Magazine

Washington

Dayton - Wise Decal

Cheney - North Star Equipment Inc.

E. Liverpool - Mason Color Works Inc.

Grapeview - Northwest Special Effects Seattle - Crucible Kilns Seattle - New Century Ceramic Arts Inc. Seattle - Seattle Pottery Supply Spokane - Rings & Things Wholesale

East Liverpool - Innovative Ceramic Corp. Hilliard - Mayco Irondale - Maryland Refractories Co. Kent - Ohio Ceramic Supply Inc. Nashport - Huey’s Ceramics New London - London Tile Co. Oak Hill - Cedar Heights Clay Operation

Piqua - Fash-en-Hues Powell - Pottery Production Practices/Ceramic Industry Toledo - Handmade Lampshades Twinsburg - National Artcraft Co. Valley View - Krumor Inc. Westerville - The American Ceramic Soc. Bulletin Westerville - The American Ceramic Society Westerville - Ceramics Monthly Magazine Westerville - Orton Ceramic Foundation Westerville - Potters Council Westerville - Pottery Making Illustrated

Oklahoma Vian - Stoney Ridge Ceramic Supply

Oregon Ashland - Shambhala Pottery Birkenfeld - The Kiln Elements Co. Corvallis - Aim Kiln Mfg. Eugene - Gordon Ward Portland - Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. Inc. Portland - Pottery Videos.com Portland - Skutt Ceramic Products

Talent - Southern Oregon Pottery Supply

Pennsylvania Bensalem - Ceramic Services Inc. Boothwyn - L&L Kiln Mfg. Inc.

Collegeville - Deb’s Pottery Corry - M&M Pottery Supply East Petersburg - Market House Craft Center/SFPN Malvern - Nilfisk-Advance America Inc. Monaca - Ceramics by Pauline Norristown - Sneddon’s Ceramic Studio Philadelphia - ATOFINA Chemicals Inc. Philadelphia - Hydro-Bat

Philadelphia - Univ. of Pennsylvania Press Pittsburgh - The Clay Place Pittsburgh - Standard Ceramic Supply

Scenery Hill - Westerwald Pottery Chemicals Washington - Cerdec Corp. Wyndmoor - Del Val Potter’s Supply Co.

Zelienople - BNZ Materials Inc.

Rhode Island Providence - Reade Metals & Minerals

South Dakota Custer - Pacer Corp. Sioux Falls - Dakota Potters Supply

Tennessee Dandridge - Ward Burner Systems Gatlinburg - Smoky Mountain Pottery Laurel Bloomery - Bisque USA Nashville - Kentucky-Tennessee Clay Co

Nashville - Mid-South Ceramic Supply Co. Paris - H.C. Spinks Clay Co. Inc.

Texas

Tacoma - Clay Art Center Inc. Tacoma - Scott Creek Pottery Inc.

Wisconsin lola - Krause Publications Madison - GUILD.com River Falls - Aves Studio Sturtevant - A.R.T. Studio Clay Co. Inc.

Canada Ceramic Arts & Crafts Supply Digitalfire Corp. Donna Gitten Designs Edouard Bastarache Inc. Euclid’s/The Pottery Supply House Ltd.

Euclids Kilns & Elements Greenbarn Potters Supply Ltd. Mercedes Ceramic Supplies Plainsman Clay Ltd. Potters Guild of British Columbia Spectrum Glazes

Tucker’s Pottery Supplies Inc.

Outside North America Argentina - Paintec

Australia - Venco Products Australia - Clayworks Potters Supply Australia - Walker Ceramics (Aust) P/L Germany - Gebr. Dorfner GmbH & Co. Germany - Ritterbach Verlag Germany - WBB Ceramic Bodies Korea - Lead Corporation Nepal - Nepal Ceramics Cooperative Society Netherlands - Sphinx Technical Ceramics B.V. New Zealand - Furnace Engineering New Zealand - Matrix Glaze Calculation Software Republic of Ireland - The Log Book South Africa - Louie’s Pottery Studio & Supplies Syria - Hamdoun & Co. United Kingdom - A & C Black Publishers United Kingdom - Bates Electrical United Kingdom - Bath Potters Supplies United Kingdom - BPB Formula United Kingdom - Briar Wheels & Supplies Ltd. United Kingdom - Clayman United Kingdom - Cromartie Group Ltd. United Kingdom - Dragon Ceramex United Kingdom - Hancock Pottery Engineers Ltd. United Kingdom - Hepworth Minerals & Chemicals United Kingdom - Laser Kilns United Kingdom - Metrosales United Kingdom - Potclays Ltd. United Kingdom - The Potters Connection Ltd. United Kingdom - Potterycrafts Ltd. United Kingdom - The Potters’ Mate United Kingdom - Rayfeco Ltd. United Kingdom - Refractory & Industrial Services United Kingdom - Stow Potters Wheels United Kingdom - Sydney Heath & Son Ltd. United Kingdom - Valentine Clays United Kingdom - Walsh Momentum Wheels

Austin - Armadillo Clay & Supplies Dallas - Trinity Ceramic Supply Inc. El Paso - www.potterytools.com Ft. Worth - American Ceramic Supply Co.

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A & C BLACK PUBLISHERS 44-020-7758-0320 37 Soho Square Fax: 44-020-7758 0222 London W1D 3QZ, United Kingdom E-mail: llambert<@>acblack.com Web: http://www.acblack.com The largest list of ceramics books in English in the world. A.R.T. STUDIO CLAY CO. INC. 9320 Michigan Ave Sturtevant, wi 53177-2425 E-mail: melissa<@>artclay.com Web: http://www.artclay.com

847-593-6060 Fax: 847-593-0785 Toll-free: 800-323-0212

AMACO kilns, clays, glazes, and undergiazes, our Brent® line of potters wheels, ware carts, and hand extruders, and our Excel round kilns are used worldwide by art educators, ceramic artists, and hobbyists. THE AMERICAN CERAMIC SOCIETY 614-794-5890 BULLETIN Fax: 614-899-6109 735 Ceramic PI Westerville, OH 43081 E-mail: customersrvc<@>acers.org Web: http://www.ceramicbulletin.org

AARDVARK CLAY & SUPPLIES 714-541-4157 1400 E. Pomona St. Fax: 714-541 -2021 Santa Ana, CA 92705 Web: http://www.ceramics.com/aardvark Most comprehensive line of products from cone 018 thru cone 10 in the U.S.

AEGEAN SPONGE CO. 4722 Memphis Ave. Cleveland, OH 44144 E-mail: jplimnos<@>msn.com Web: http://www.craftbear.com

216-749-1927 Fax: 216-749-2110 Toll-free: 800-276-8542

Importer of natural and synthetic sponges: silk, elephant ear and wool from Greece. Many sizes to choose from. Ceramic and craft supplies include electrical, clocks, music boxes, brushes, tree lights, sprays, chalk, cones and much, much more. Write for a free catalog.

AFTOSA Fax: 510-233-3569 1034 Ohio Ave. Toll-free: 800-231-0397 Richmond, CA 94804 E-mail: customerservice<@>aftosa.com Web: http://www.aftosa.com Aftosa is the leading wholesale supplier of supplies to the ceramic and pottery community. Aftosa offers bisque ware and contract manufacturing as well.

AIM KILN MFG. 350 SW Wake Robin Ave. Corvallis, OR 97333-1619 E-mail: aimkiln<@>msn.com Web: http://www.aimkilns.com

541-758-8133 Fax: 541 -758-8051 Toll-free: 647-1624

Electric and gas-fired kilns, kiln controls and kiln acces­ sories. Custom builds and repairs.

THE AMERICAN CERAMIC SOCIETY 614-794-5890 735 Ceramic PI. Fax: 614-794-5892 Westerville, OH 43081 E-mail: customersrvc<@>acers.org Web: http://www.ceramics.org Publishers of Pottery Making Illustrated, Ceramics Monthly, Ceramic Bulletin and the Journal of the American Ceramic Society, as well as a wide range of books for artists, scientists, manufacturers and researchers. ACerS is an international association of sci­ entists, engineers, industrialists and the arts community active in the creation of new products, applications and research regarding ceramics and related materials.

AMERICAN CERAMIC SUPPLY CO. 2442 Ludelle St. Ft. Worth, TX 76105-1060 E-mail: sales<@>americanceramics.com Web: http://www.americanceramics.com

Wholesale/retail supply to traditional and contemporary potters, schools, production and institutions, providing sales, service, set-up, marketing and ongoing support for our customers. National and international, daily ship­ ping. Distributors of over 60 product lines.

AMERICAN CRAFT COUNCIL 21 S. Eltings Corner Rd. Highland, NY 12528 E-mail: shows<@>craftcouncil.org Web: http://www.craftcouncil.org

914-883-6100 Fax: 914-883-6130 Toll-free: 800-836-3470

We produce national craft shows for ceramic artists to dis­ play their finished work. AMHERST POTTERS SUPPLY 47 East St. Hadley, MA 01035 E-mail: aps<@>the-spa.com Web: http://www.stuffbymet.com/aps

ALLIGATOR CLAY COMPANY 225-932-9457 2721 W. Perdue Fax: 225-932-9446 Baton Rouge, LA 70814 Toll-free: 888-503-2299 E-mail: s.p.e.s.<@>worldnet.att.net Web: http://www.alligatorclay.com

817-535-2651 Fax: 817-536-7120

413-586-4507 Fax:413-584-5535

Wholesale and retail ceramic supplies. Deliveries in our truck in 200-mile radius of Hadley, MA. Large inventory of equipment, kilns, clay and glaze ingredients. Exceptionally accommodating delivery services.

303-232-2616 Fax: 303-232-4545

ARC 7801 W First Ave Lakewood, CO 80226

ARCHIE BRAY FOUNDATION 406-442-2521 2915 Country Club Ave. Fax: 406-443-0934 Helena, MT 59602-9240 Toll-free: 800-443-6434 E-mail: archiebray<@>archiebray.org Web: http://www.archiebray.org The U.S. distributor for Alberta Slip (the best Albany sub­ stitute on the market) and Ravenscrag Slip, a base glaze material. Wholesale inquiries are welcome. A supplier for Bray Patch, a repair and patch material that can be used on green or bisqueware. AREMCO PRODUCTS INC. 707-B Executive Blvd. PO Box 517 Valley Cottage, NY 10989

914-268-8165 Fax: 914-268-0041

Manufacture heating elements for all kiln manufacturers. Manufacture kilns and thermocouples. Service kilns in New York, Connecticut and New Jersey in approximately 150mile radius of New York City. ARGROV BOX CO. 937-898-1700 PO Box 13015 Fax:937-898-1770 Dayton, OH 45413-0015 Toll-free: 800-837-1704 E-mail: argrov<@>corrugatedboxes.com Web: http://www.corrugatedboxes.com Manufacturer/distributor of more than 500 sizes of corru­ gated boxes and related products, including packaging materials. Same-day shipping, small orders welcome, free catalog. Serving the craft industry for more than 30 years. ARMADILLO CLAY & SUPPLIES 3307 E. Fourth St. Austin, TX 78702 E-mail: catalogue<@>armadilloclay.com Web: http://www.armadilloclay.com

512-385-7311 Fax: 512-385-1152

Armadillo sells both retail and wholesale. We are a one-stop shop that gives the customer a chance to see and touch the products. We provide a fast and easy way to purchase those products, so you can get to the fun part—creating! ART CLAY WORLD, USA PO Box 607 Oak Lawn, IL 60454 E-mail: info<@>artclayusa.com Web: http://www.artclayworld.com

708-857-8800 Fax: 708-636-5408

ARTFIXTURES PO Box 6850 Ketchum, ID 83340 E-mail: deborah<@>artfixtures.com Web: http://www.artfixtures.com

208-622-3338 Fax: 208-622-3339

Two pieces interconnect to display art and objects. Small stand: matte black, matte bronze or clear frosted plastic. Accommodates from about 8”-14”, boxed for retail sales (stores and ships flat). Size 8.5”x6.25”x5.5”. Large stand: powder coated matte black aluminum or galvanized alu­ minum. Holds up to 100 lbs. Size: 11”x8.5”x7.25”h. ARTIQUE INC. 259 Godwin Ave. Midland Park, NJ 07432-1807

201-444-8989

Exhibit custom pottery made in the USA at leading whole­ sale gift shows.

Alligator Clay Company, a division of Southern Pottery Equipment and Supplies LLC, manufactures quality moist clay bodies and custom clay bodies. ANNIE’S MUD PIE SHOP 513-871-2529 3130 Wasson Rd. Fax: 513-871-5576 Cincinnati, OH 45209 Toll-free: 866-GET-CLAY E-mail: annie<@>anniesmudpieshop.com Web: http://www.anniesmudpieshop.com AMACO/BRENT/GENESIS 4717 W. 16th St. Indianapolis, IN 46222-2598 Web: http://www.amaco.com

317-244-6871 Fax: 317-248-9300 Toll-free: 800-374-1600

Supplier of ceramic materials and equipment. Public stu­ dio facilities/rental. Classes in handbuilding and wheel. Workshops. Professional and hobbyist potters, art teach­ ers. Unified purchasing approved.

Since 1919, AMACO® has been a leading manufacturer and supplier of quality ceramic products and equipment.

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ARTIST JUNCTION 6721 33rd St. East, Unit C Sarasota, FL 34243 E-mail: clay<@>artist-junction.com

941-727-1113 Fax: 941-727-2543 Toll-free: 800-942-0444

We manufacture Excaliber kilns and Sarasota slab rollers. We are a distributor for Standard Ceramics and Lizella Clay.

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ARTMAXIM GALLERY PO Box 14928 Albuquerque, NM 14928 E-mail: fenley<@>artmaxim.com Web: http://www.artmaxim.com

505-275-9461 Fax:505-275-9461

Online art gallery for purchasing art from a wide variety of artists with different regional styles such as, but definitely not limited to, Southwest, Japanese and Native American. Includes porcelain, anagama wood fired, sculpture, glass and functional art. ARTOGRAPH INC. 2838 Vicksburg Lane N. Plymouth, MN 55447 E-mail: sales<@>artograph.com Web: http://www.artograph.com

763-553-1112 Fax: 763-553-1262 Toll-free: 888-975-9555

BISON STUDIOS 1409 S. Commerce St. Las Vegas, NV 89102 E-mail: pdp1@earthlink.net BAILEY POTTERY EQUIPMENT 62 Tenbroeck Ave. PO Box 1577 Kingston, NY 12402 E-mail: info@baileypottery<@>com Web: http://www.baileypottery.com

845-339-3721 Fax: 845-339-5530 Toll-free: 800-431-6067

Celebrating 27 years as the leader of innovative and affordable pottery equipment. Gas and electric kins, pot­ ters wheels, extruders, slab rollers, ware carts and so much more. Free 186 page color catalog or visit Bailey online for the best prices on all your pottery needs.

Leading manufacturer of opaque projectors to enlarge pat­ terns and photographs for tracing and visualizing: spray booths to reduce mess and hazards associated with sprayed materials, such as paints and adhesives. Table clamp-on easel, fully adjustable height and angles. Lightboxes to backlight patterns, designs and photographs.

BARECLAY 1103 Michigan Ave. Columbus, OH 43201 E-mail: lbareclay@aol.com Web: http://www.bareclay.com

ATLANTIC EQUIPMENT 13 Foster St. Bergenfield, NJ 07621-0181 E-mail: aee<@>micronmetals.com Web: http://www.micronmetals.com

Bareclay specializes in the repair and restoration of dam­ aged ceramics. We can, in most cases, restore your broken heirlooms to their original beauty. Please visit www.bareclay.com for before and after photos. Letters of reference available upon request.

201-384-5606 Fax:201-387-0291 Toll-free: 800-486-2436

High-purity metal powders, foils and metallic compounds. ATOFINA CHEMICALS INC. 215-419-7000 2000 Market St. Fax: 215-419-7591 Philadelphia, PA 19103-3231 Toll-free: 800-225-7788 Web: http://www.atofinachemicals.com Specialty chemicals and polymers. AVES STUDIO PO Box 344 River Falls, Wl 54022 E-mail: maik@>avesstudio.com Web: http://www.avesstudio.com

715-386-9097 Fax: 715-381-2121 Toll-free: 800-261-2837

Manufacturers of self-hardening clays and maches. Apoxie® Clay, Fixit®, Apoxie® Sculpt, Critter Clay, Aves® Paper Mache. Nontoxic, no kilns or ovens, permanent.

AXNER CO. INC. 490 Kane Ct. PO Box 621484 Oviedo, FL 32762 E-mail: axner<@>ao.net Web: http://www.axner.com

407-365-2600 Toll-free: 800-843-7057

Axner Pottery Supply has the largest selection of potteryrelated supplies, materials, equipment and books any­ where, all at low discount prices. Get our free, gigantic 176-page catalog or shop our comprehensive online store at www.axner.com.

B&B REFRACTORIES INC. 12121 Los Nietos Blvd. Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670

319-372-8366 Fax:319-372-5560

BADGER AIR BRUSH CO. 847-678-3104 9128 W. Belmont Ave. Fax: 847-671 -4352 Franklin Park, IL 60131 Toll-free: 800-222-7553 E-mail: badgerairbrush<@>hotmail.com Web: http://www.badger-airbrush.com Badger Air Brush Co. has been making quality airbrushes for over thirty years. Badger manufactures several types of airbrushes designed to meet a vast array of spray needs. We also offer many airbrush-related products including a full spectrum of airbrush paints, masking mediums, educa­ tional videos, how-to books, and a complete line of air sources.

Manufacturer of functional trimming/turning tools for potters.

tungsten carbide Direct sales.

BISQUE TREASURES, INC. 636 First Ave. West Haven, CT 06516 E-mail: info@bisquetreasures.com Web: http://www.bisquetreasures.com

203-934-6699 Fax: 203-937-1790

Bisque Treasures is a manufacturer of high-quality ceram­ ic bisque and wholesaler to the ceramics industry. BISQUE USA 6421 Hwy. 91 N. Laurel Bloomery, TN 37680 E-mail: info@bisqueusa.com Web: http://www.bisqueusa.com

423-727-8888 Fax: 888-226-4133 Toll-free: 888-247-8729

Manufacture and distribute low-fire slip bisque to contem­ porary and traditional ceramic studios, hobby potters, schools and other potters throughout the U.S. Our bisque is mainly functional. BLACKJACK CLAY CO. INC. 9461 Bankhead PO Box 97 Murchison, TX 75778 E-mail: blackjac@aol.com

903-469-3322 Fax: 903-467-3952

Blackjack Clay is a clay processing company, specializing in a filter-pressed stoneware clay body, Cone 6-10. Blackjack services the Texas industrial stoneware industry as well as the university and studio potter.

Bartlett Instrument Company designs and manufactures kiln controllers that are used by many of the major kiln manufacturers. Our mission is to provide reliable, easy-touse and economical controllers. We ensure our customers’ satisfaction by providing knowledgeable, timely and per­ sonal service. BATES ELECTRICAL 67 Bournes Bank, Burslem Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs United Kingdom Web: http://www.bateselec.co.uk

Fax: 44-1782-837-939

BATH POTTERS SUPPLIES 44 1225 337046 Fax: 44 1225 462712 2 Dorset Close Bath BA2 3RF United Kingdom E-mail: enquiries@bathpotters.demon.co.uk Web: http://www.bathpotters.demon.co.uk We supply clays, glazes, colors, raw materials, tools, and equipment in Bath, England. We carry a wide range of stock and manufacture some of our own glazes, slips, equip­ ment, tools and kilns. We offer a comprehensive and con­ sistent service based on first-hand experience.

BLUEBIRD MFG. INC. PO Box 2307 Ft. Collins, CO 80522-2307 E-mail: info@bluebird-mfg.com Web: http://www.bluebird-mfg.com

970-484-3243 Fax: 970-493-1408

Bluebird Manufacturing, Inc. manufactures three sizes of pugmills, studio to large production models. All have cast aluminum barrels and stainless steel parts. Bluebird manufactures studio and production size clay mixers. Both have stainless steel buckets and blades and heavy structural steel frames. Bluebird produces the Soldner line of potter’s wheels.

724-452-8650 BNZ MATERIALS INC. 191 Front St. Fax: 724-452-1346 Toll-free: 800-955-8650 Zelienople, PA 16063 E-mail: mchieppor@bnzmaterials.com Web: http://www.bnzmaterials.com We are the manufacturer of BNZ-24 HK Insulating Firebrick, which is the premium brick available today for the proper lining and insulation of hobby kilns.

562-946-4535 Fax: 562-946-5904

Manufacture kiln furniture, special refractory shapes and technical ceramics in various compositions. Products include kiln shelves, posts, dinnerware setters, tile setters and saggers.

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BARTLETT INSTRUMENT CO. 1404 Ave. M PO Box 445 Ft. Madison, IA 52627 E-mail: bartinst@interl.net Web: http://www.bartinst.com

614-299-3083

702-388-2891

BENNETT’S POTTERY SUPPLY 431 Enterprise St. Ocoee, FL 34761

407-877-6311

303-978-1199 Fax: 303-978-0308

BOSTON KILN SALES & SERVICE 14 Center St. Watertown, MA 02472

617-926-1802 Fax: 617-926-3133

Boston Kiln provides sales, custom installation and repairs to all kilns and wheels, and consulting to schools and col­ leges regarding technical and code issues.

BIGCERAMICSTORE.COM 463 Miwok Ct. Fremont, CA 94539 E-mail: support@bigceramicstore.com Web: http://www.bigceramicstore.com Complete online ceramic supply store with everything for the beginner to the professional. Tools, glaze, chemi­ cals, equipment, bisque, discounted wheels and kilns. Articles. Free email tips. Product information, photos & user feedback. Find kiln space, potter’s studios, instruc­ tors. Fast loading pages. Award winning site! Free ship­ ping on most kilns.

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BNZ MATERIALS INC. 6901 S. Pierce St. #260 Littleton, CO 80128 E-mail: info@bnzmaterials.com Web: http://bnzmaterials.com

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BPB FORMULA Bowbridge Lane Newark Notts NG24 3BZ United Kingdom Web: http://www.bpbformula.com

44-1636-670200 Fax: 44-1636-613050

Europe’s leading manufacturer of specialty plaster for the ceramic industry.

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BRACKER’S GOOD EARTH CLAYS 1831 E. 1450 Rd. Lawrence, KS 66044 E-mail: bracker-mail@brackers.com Web: http://www.brackers.com

785-841-4750 Fax: 785-841-8142 Toll-free: 888-822-1982

Supplying ceramic and sculpture materials, equipment, tools and accessories to potters, sculptors, teachers, schools, institutions and hobbyists since 1982. We also offer equipment repair and assist beginners and experts with practical and technical advice and support.

BRIAR WHEELS & SUPPLIES LTD. 44-1425-652-991 Whitsbury Rd. Fordingbridge Fax: 44-1425-656-188 Nr Salisbury Hampshire SP6 1NQ United Kingdom E-mail: sales@briarwheels.co.uk Web: http://www.briarwheels.co.uk For the best price, choice and quality of pottery clays, glazes, tools, kilns, machinery and equipment. BRICKYARD CERAMICS & CRAFTS 317-244-5230 4721 W. 16th St. Fax:317-248-9300 Indianapolis, IN 46222 Toll-free: 800-677-3289

E-mail: info@capitalceramics.com Web: http://www.capitalceramics.com

E-mail: calib@stny.rr.com Web: http://www.abebooks.com/home/ceramics

For more than 50 years we have been the main source of potters’ supplies and equipment for Utah and the sur­ rounding area. Outstanding customer service and prompt shipment of orders have contributed to our reputation as a good place to do business. Try us!

Specializing in out-of-print and hard-to-find books, cata­ logs and slide programs in the ceramic field.

CAROLINA CLAY CONNECTION 2132 Hawkins St. Charlotte, NC 28203 E-mail: carolinaclay@aol.com

704-376-7221 Fax: 704-376-6824

We are a full-service supplier, featuring clays by Standard, Highwater and Laguna. We carry equipment by most major manufacturers. We are very service-oriented with easy accessibility.

CATALINA CHINA INC. 520-882-5850 2520 North Coyote Dr. Ste.104 Fax: 520-882-6077 Tucson, AZ 85745 E-mail: info@usamugs.com Manufacture vitreous glazed mugs and bisque coffee mug blanks in the USA.

Indiana’s largest, we have a wide variety of pottery equip­ ment and glazes. BROWN TOOL CO. 212 13th Ave. NE Minneapolis, MN 55413 E-mail: trimtools@aol.com

612-331-1556 Fax: 612-331-1556 Toll-free: 800-980-8665

Replaceable blade trimming tools and adjustable glazing tongs. BUYERS MARKET OF AMERICAN CRAFTS The Rosen Group 3000 Chestnut Ave. Ste. 304 Baltimore, MD 21211 E-mail: info@rosengrp.com Web: http://www.americancraft.com

410-889-2933 Fax: 410-889-1320

The Buyers Market of American Crafts is the world’s largest wholesale art event. Buyers find the finest production and limited edition work. The best of contemporary, transition­ al and traditional work from the U.S. and Canada. BYRNE CERAMIC SUPPLY CO. INC. 973-584-7492 95 Bartley Rd. Fax: 973-584-6349 Flanders, NJ 07836 E-mail: paul@byrneceramics.com Web: http://www.byrneceramics.com Manufacturer of hobby ceramic slips, stoneware and porcelain slips, and wheel and modeling clay. CALCOWORLD CERAMIC DECALS PO Box 616046 Orlando, FL 32861 E-mail: calcoworld99@hotmail.com Web: http://www.calcoworld.com

407-352-6176 Fax: 407-903-1392

Unique selection of imported ceramic decals with hundreds of designs available in open stock. For your full color cata­ log contact: Calcoworld Ceramic Decals at 407-352-6176 or www.calcoworld.com. CAMPBELL’S CERAMIC SUPPLY INC. 804-329-0109 4231 Carolina Ave. Fax:804-329-1439 Richmond, VA 23222 Toll-free: 800-657-7222 E-mail: claysupply111@aol.com Web: http://www.claysupply.com We manufacture our own line of pottery clays and glazes. We service small retail pottery outlets.

CEDAR HEIGHTS CLAY OPERATION PO Box 295 Oak Hill, OH 45656 Web: http://zoomnet.net

740-682-7794 Fax: 740-682-6438

CEDAR MOUNTAIN CERAMICS, INC. 90 West Hoover Ave. Cedar City, UT 84720 E-mail: cmceramics@accesswest.com

CENTRAL FLORIDA CERAMIC SUPPLY 407-657-1505 4760 Palmetto Ave. Fax: 407-681 -4151 Winter Park, FL 32792 E-mail: info@ceramic-store.com Web: http ://www.ceram ic-store.com Wholesale/retail distributor of hobby/art ceramic/pottery supplies including kilns and equipment, clays, slips, glazes, stains, brushes, electrical items and tools. 717-577-9894 Toll-free: 877-540-7808

CERAMIC ARTISTS OF SAN DIEGO PO Box 22534 San Diego, CA 92192 E-mail: nctarps@aol.com

858-270-3828 Fax: 619-275-7107

An open membership of professional (full-and part-time) ceramists and interested persons, established to promote fine ceramic arts and artists to the general public; share ideas and education; annual workshops and lectures; attend exhibits, galleries, studios and factories; group co­ op purchases of materials and equipment; annual group exhibit and sell fine ceramics; and to have fun through social events and public happenings. CERAMIC ARTS & CRAFTS SUPPLY 905-335-1515 3103 Mainway Dr. Fax:905-332-4403 Burlington, ON L7M 1A1 Canada E-mail: info@ceramicarts.com Web: http://www.ceramicarts.com

We manufacture our own line of pottery clays and glazes. We service small retail pottery outlets.

Wholesaler, distributor, classes. Business package. Wholesale ceramic supplies. On-line shopping at web site.

CAPITAL CERAMICS INC. 2174 S. Main St. Salt Lake City, UT 84115

CERAMIC ARTS LIBRARY 79 E. Third St. Corning, NY 14830-3101

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Custom design and manufacturing for the ceramic pottery studio. Molds and tooling for slip casting, jiggering and pressing. Consultation services for clays, glazes, kilns and firing. We can make your bisque ware! CERAMIC SERVICES 4780 Chino Ave. B Chino, CA 91710 E-mail: ceramicservices@earthlink.net Web: http://www.gaskilns.com

909-986-1566

Quality equipment for today’s potter. CERAMIC SERVICES INC. 1060 Park Ave. Bensalem, PA 19020-4652 E-mail: kilns@kilnman.com Web: http://www.kilnman.com

215-245-4040 Fax:215-638-1812

The place to go for solutions to drying and firing problems. Bringing industrial know-how to production potters. Home of the Kilnman, the Pottery Pro 2000 dryer and Pottery Master kilns, the best-built kilns and dryers available any­ where. We also provide dryer services.

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CERAMIC SUPPLY CHICAGO 942 Pitner Ave. Evanston, IL 60202 E-mail: ceramicsupply@msn.com

847-425-1900 Fax: 847-332-2575

Provider of materials and equipment for potters, sculptors and ceramic decorators. Distributor for Standard Ceramic Supply, moist clay bodies, Duncan, Opulence, Amaco and Spectrum prepared glazes, raw clays and glaze ingredi­ ents, plasters, Kemper and Dolan tools, Shimpo, Brent and Northstar equipment and safety accessories.

CERAMIC SUPPLY DIVISION OF 973-340-3005 HMI CERAMICS INC. Fax: 973-340-0089 7 Rt. 46 W. Toll-free: 800-7CERAMIC Lodi, NJ 07644 E-mail: cersupnynj@aol.com Web: http://www.7ceramic.com Full-service ceramic arts distributor offering free delivery on our fleet of trucks throughout the Northeast.

CAMPBELL’S CERAMIC SUPPLY INC. 703-750-9437 5704 D General Washington Dr. Fax: 703-750-9442 Alexandria, VA 22312 Toll-free: 800-657-7222 E-mail: claysupply111@aol.com Web: http://www.claysupply.com

801-466-6471 Fax: 801-466-6946

CERAMIC DESIGN GROUP LTD. 970-879-9139 PO Box 775112 Fax: 970-879-9139 Steamboat Springs, CO 80477 Toll-free: 800-945-8967 E-mail: info@ceramicdesigngroup.net Web: http://www.ceramicdesigngroup.net

435-867-9966 Fax: 435-867-9976

Distributor of Laguna, Axner, Amaco, Brent and other equipment and materials. We service the southern Utah region with their pottery needs, supplying educational facil­ ities and individual potters.

CERACO INTERNATIONAL 1086 251st St. Harbor City, CA 90710-2418 Web: http://www.ceraco.com

828-253-3805 Fax: 828-253-4908

CERAMIC CELLAR 899 Haywood Rd. Asheville, NC 28806 E-mail: ladymacl@msn.com

607-962-6042 Fax: 607-962-1636

CERAMIC SUPPLY OF NEW ENGLAND 617-522-1500 284 Armory St., Bldg. G Fax: 617-524-2529 Boston, MA 02130 E-mail: ceramicsupply@att.net We supply moist clay, tools, chemicals, glazes and equip­ ment. CERAMICS & CRAFTS SUPPLY CO. 415-982-9231 490 Fifth St. Fax:415-957-1492 San Francisco, CA 94107 E-mail: ceramics@ceramicssf.com Web: http://www.ceramicssf.com Materials and equipment for potters, ceramists and porce­ lain doll artisans. Mayco & Duncan glaze distributor. CERAMICS BY PAULINE 1133 Pennsylvania Ave. Monaca, PA 15061 E-mail: crazytwo@access995.com

724-728-5982

Mayco distributor. CERAMICS CONSULTING SERVICES 6 Glendale Woods Dr. Southampton, MA 01073

413-527-7337 Fax: 413-529-2674

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E-mail: fixpots@aol.com Web: http://www.fixpots.com Ceramics consulting services offers technical information on clays, glazes, raw materials, kilns, equipment, product development, and ceramic toxicology. Specializing in clay body and glaze defects cause and corrections. Glaze and clay body formulas for low, medium, and high temperature, oxidation, reduction, salt, soda, wood, raku, slip casting.

CERAMICS MONTHLY MAGAZINE 614-523-1660 735 Ceramic PI. Fax: 614-891-8960 Westerville, OH 43081 E-mail: circulation@ceramicsmonthly.org Web: http://www.ceramicsmonthly.org Founded in 1953, Ceramics Monthly is an internationally distributed magazine on ceramic art and craft. Each issue brings the subscriber up-to-date information on artists/craftspeople, exhibitions, symposia, marketing trends and prices, technical data, and suppliers within the ceramics field. Also included are calendar listings for upcoming events, book and video reviews, advice from experts in the field, and commentary on art-related issues. An indispensable source of information and inspiration for studio potters and artists.

CERAMITEC INC. 2132 Citygate Dr. Columbus, OH 43219-3566

614-818-1005 Fax: 614-818-1006

CERDEC CORP. PO Box 519 Washington, PA 15301 Web: http://www.cerdec.com

412-223-5808 Fax: 412-228-3170

CHARLES A. HONES INC. 607 Albany Ave. Amityville, NY 11701-0518 E-mail: gobuzzer@aol.com Web: http://www.cahones.com

631-842-8886 Fax: 631-842-9300

We are a 5th generation family business which dates back to 1911. For almost 100 years our family has served the artisan community. We supply potters, artists, studios and schools with kiln burners, casting equipment and forging equipment to meet all artistic needs. CHRIS AUTIO PHOTO 1225 Sherwood St. Missoula, MT 59802 E-mail: chris@chrisautio.com Web: http://www.chrisautio.com

406-728-5097

Available: videos and slide sets. The most recent video cap­ tures the 50th year celebration of the Archie Bray Foundatin. Voulkos and Autio and Ferguson show their hand in live workshop and pay tribute to the residency they founded. $50 for 72 minutes. Available: Potters of Oaxaca video. $50 for 45 minutes. Available: Legacy Show slide set $200 Available: Continuum slide set $175. CHRIS HENLEY TOOLS 912 Third St. Encinitas, CA 92024 E-mail: dch999@hominid.net Web: http://www.hominid.net/chris.htm

760-924-0086

Hand crafted potters tools for throwing, handbuilding, sculpture and tile molding. Specializing in tools crafted from exotic and domestic woods, bamboo and high carbon tool steel. Custom and traditional patterns available, or to your specifications. See www.hominid.net/toolpage2.htm for selection and pricing. References on request. CHRISTY MINERALS CO. 4641 McKee Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110

314-664-6700 Fax: 314-773-8371

Christy Minerals mines, refines and markets a variety of raw clay, calcined clay and grog for the pottery market. Products include Hawthorn Bond® and other sPecialty clays. Products are available in bags, supersack and bulk containers. CIRCLED CERAMICS INC. 706 Arrawanna Colorado Springs, CO 80909 E-mail: circledceramics@juno.com

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719-632-1188 Fax: 719-632-1157

Web: http://www.circledceramics.com

Web: http://www.claystation.com

Mayco distributor. Duncan dealer, kilns and repair, clays and raw materials.

Uniting the world of ceramic arts on the Internet. If you are a ceramic artist, educator, or collector, ClayStation.com is a great place to start to find info about ceramic art.

CLARK ART GLASS & REFRACTORIES 540-466-8410 6381 Mendota Rd. Fax: 540-466-3338 Mendota, VA 24270 The lowest cost, best quality ceramic fiber on the market.

CLAY ART CENTER INC. 2636 Pioneer Way E. Tacoma, WA 98404 E-mail: clayart@clayartcenter.com

253-922-5342 Fax: 253-922-5349 Toll-free: 800-952-8030

Full-service pottery supply. Brick and mortar business since 1972. Have the largest pottery website in the world. Manufactures clay, glaze, kilns, equipment. Have classes. Fused glass supplier, Bullseye distributor. Experienced and friendly staff.

THE CLAY GARDEN 34 Second St. Hopewell, NJ 08525 E-mail: theclaygarden@hotmail.com Web: http://www.theclaygarden.com

609-466-2637 Fax: 609-333-0732

THE CLAY PLACE 5416 Walnut St. Mineo Bldg. Pittsburgh, PA 15232 E-mail: clayplace1@aol.com Web: http://www.clayplace.com

412-682-3737 Fax: 412-682-3239

We sell ceramic equipment, supplies and books. We are distributors for Amaco, Brent, Kemper, Olympic, Paragon, Shimpo, Soldner, Standard Ceramic Supply Co., and Sculpture House. We sell modern and contemporary ceramics and sculpture, some glass and polymer clay. We are a gallery with 8 exhibitions a year.

CLAYWORKS POTTERS SUPPLY 61-3-979-16749 6 Johnston CRT Dandenong Fax: 61-3-979-24476 Dandenong, Vic 3175, Australia E-mail: claywork@ozemail.com.au Web: http://www.ozemail.com.au/~claywork Clayworks retails and wholesales pottery supplies and manufactures pottery clay, pottery tools and general pot­ tery equipment. We are the manufacturer of the world class translucent porcelain, Les Blakebrough’s Southern Ice, as well as many other procelain, stoneware, earthenware, terra cotta, sculptural and wood firing clays.

CLAYWORKS SUPPLIES, INC. 410-235-5998 4625 Falls Rd. Fax: 410-235-6061 Baltimore, MD 21207 E-mail: clayworks@clayworkssupplies.com Web: http://www.clayworkssupplies.com

CLAYWORLD 1231 W. Martin San Antonio, TX 78207 E-mail: raymond@clayworld.com Web: http://www.clayworld.com

210-222-1331 Fax:210-222-1777

Clayworld is a full-service pottery and ceramics supply business. Clayworld supplies moist clay and ceramic slip to potters, schools and commercial ceramic businesses; plus carries a complete line of raw materials, glazes and chemi­ cals, tools, kilns and equipment at the storefront location on W. Martin St. in San Antonio. COLUMBUS CLAY 1080 Chambers Rd. Columbus, OH 43212 E-mail: columbusclay@aol.com

614-488-9600 Fax: 614-488-9849

Complete source of supplies for ceramic art class and pot­ tery making. Clays, raw materials, kilns, potters wheels, tools, glazes and more. Call or e-mail us for a free catalog. CLAY TIMES MAGAZINE PO Box 365 Waterford, VA 20197-0365 E-mail: ctmagsubs@aol.com Web: http://www.claytimes.com

540-882-3576 Fax: 540-882-4196 Toll-free: 800-356-CLAY

Clay Times is designed to inform ceramic enthusiasts of all levels of the latest developments in the clay world, while providing useful information and techniques to help our readers learn and grow in their individual pur­ suits in clay.

CLAYMAKER 1240 N. Thirteenth St. San Jose, CA 95112 Web: http://www.claymaker.com

408-295-3352 Fax: 408-295-8717 Toll-free: 800-443-CLAY

Claymaker is a uniquely stocked full-service pottery, sculp­ ture and moldmaking material and equipment supplier. We stock over 500 tons of moist clays and raw materials. We distribute all major brands of tools, books, kilns, wheels, equipment and all other accessories. We also stock four lines of glazes and underglazes. CLAYMAKERS 705 Foster St. Durham, NC 27701 E-mail: claymakers@mindspring.com

919-530-8355 Fax: 919-530-8306

Claymakers is a supplier of clay, supplies and equipment. We carry a full line of Campbell’s clay and commercial glaze products, as well as other materials at competitive prices. Individual rental studios are available, with access to kilns. We also provide firing services and pottery classes. CLAYMAN 44-1243-265-845 Morells Barn, Park Ln., Lagness Chichester, W. Sussex P020 6LR, United Kingdom CLAYSTATION.COM 1371 Milburn Ave. Redlands, CA 92373 E-mail: aclift@claystation.com

Pottery Making illustrated

909-307-6346

CONTEMPORARY KILN INC. 24C Galli Dr. Novato, CA 94949-5706

415-883-8921 Fax:415-883-2435

Manufacturer of quality custom-designed gas and electric kilns for over 35 years.

CONTINENTAL CLAY CO. 1101 Stinson Blvd. NE Minneapolis, MN 55413 E-mail: sales@continentalclay.com Web: http://www.continental.com

612-331-9332 Fax: 612-331-8564 Toll-free: 800-432-CLAY

Premier source for pottery, handbuilding, sculpting and casting supplies. Catalog includes a complete offering of clays, glazes, chemicals, kilns, pottery wheels, tools, books and related equipment. Twenty-five stock clay bod­ ies and superior custom blending to your specifications. For catalog call 1-800-432-CLAY.

COREY CERAMIC SUPPLY 87 Messina Dr. Braintree, MA 02184 E-mail: coreysupply@aol.com

781-848-2772 Fax:781-356-4112

Wholesaler/retailer of pottery supplies to public and pri­ vate schools, colleges, universities, art museums, art schools, and commercial and home potters. We stock a wide variety of clays, raw materials, kilns, wheels, glazes and tools.

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CREATIVE PAPERCLAY CO. 79 Daily Dr. Ste. 101 Camarillo, CA 93010 E-mail: webmaster@paperclay.com Web: http://www.paperclay.com CORNELL STUDIO SUPPLY 8290 N. Dixie Dr. Dayton, OH 45414

937-454-0357 Fax: 937-454-0397

We carry a complete line of supplies for pottery, sculp­ ture, and enameling. Our technician has 30 years’ expe­ rience at repairing equipment. Our staff is knowledge­ able and courteous and ready to assist customers with their questions. We offer free delivery based upon dollar amount of purchase. A catalog is available.

COTRONICS CORP. 3379 Shore Pkwy. Brooklyn, NY 11235 E-mail: sales@cotronics.com Web: http://www.cotronics.com

718-646-7996 Fax: 718-646-3028

High-temperature materials, castables, moldables, tapes, cloths, fabrics, insulating mats, blankets and high-temperature adhesives. COUNTRYSIDE CERAMICS 210-651-6473 16513 I.H. 35 North Fax: 210-651-6473 Schertz, TX 78154 E-mail: davelder@countrysideceramics.com Web: http://www.countrysideceramics.com COYOTE CLAY & COLOR 5125 Edith Blvd. NE Albuquerque, NM 87107 E-mail: clayncolor@aol.com Web: http://www.coyoteclay.com

505-344-2250

Coyote Clay & Color manufactures a unique line of high-fire underglazes, as well as a line of beautiful Cone 6 glazes. We also produce a line of mid-range stoneware clays and our unusual sparkling mica clays. Be sure to check out our sis­ ter company, Coyote Clay School & Studios. CRAFT ALLIANCE OF NEW YORK STATE INC. 501 W. Fayette St. Syracuse, NY 13204 E-mail: esca@escacraft.com Web: http://www.escacraft.com

315-472-4245 Fax:315-472-4604

The Craft Alliance of New York State, Inc. is a statewide, not-for-profit organization. Its purpose is to provide pro­ grams and services to assist the professional development of craftspeople and foster a greater awareness and appre­ ciation of New York State crafts. Membership is open to all persons interested in crafts. CRAFTCOTE INTERNATIONAL 3883 E. 75th Terrace Kansas City, MO 64132 E-mail: sales@craftcote.com Web: http://www.craftcote.com

816-363-6800 Fax: 816-363-7757

Safe, low-cost, new medium that you can cast, carve, squeeze, drape, paint or dip. Replaces ceramics, plaster and resin. CraftCote is non-toxic, fire-proof, air dries and water clean-up. Adheres to wood, cardboard, styrofoam, metal, paper, plaster, sheetrock and even to itself. Ideal for restoration. CREATIVE HOBBIES INC. 609-933-2540 900 Creek Rd. Fax: 800-992-7675 Bellmawr, NJ 08031-1687 Toll-free: 800-THE-KILN E-mail: mail@creative-hobbies.com Web: http://www.creative-hobbies.com 24-hour shipping, free freight, best discounts regardless of quantity. 500-page catalog with 100 pages of color charts ($5.00 plus $3.20 priority mail).

CREATIVE INDUSTRIES 1946 John Towers Ave. El Cajon, CA 92020 E-mail: potwheel@creative-ind.com Web: http://www.creative-ind.com

We offer air hardening, non-firing, modeling materials for artists and crafters. CREATIVE SYSTEMS 374 MacEwen Dr. Osprey, FL 34229-9233

941 -966-4219 Fax: 941-918-0695

Davens Ceramic Center carries a complete line of pottery equipment and supplies. Anything needed to make pot­ tery. If we don’t have it, we’ll get it! PO’s welcome.

DEB’S POTTERY 752 Raynham Rd. Collegeville, PA 19426 E-mail: randyjazz@aol.com Web: http://www.shaklee.net/debsarles

610-409-1104 Fax: 610-489-7518

Firing and studio time available for advanced potters. Reasonable rates.

Distributor of slide labels, record keeping supplies and marketing materials. CRESS MFG. CO. 4736 Convair Dr. Carson City, NV 89706

775-884-2777 Fax: 775-884-2777 Toll-free: 800-423-4584

For over 50 years Cress Manufacturing has been producing the finest in electric firing equipment. Cress kilns feature competitive pricing without compromising quality or safe­ ty. From small test units to large production-grade equip­ ment, Cress is your best choice. CROMARTIE GROUP LTD. Park Hall Rd. Longton Stoke on Trent Staffs ST3 5AY United Kingdom E-mail: enquiries@cromartie.co.uk Web: http://www.cromartie.co.uk

44-1782-313-947 Fax: 44-1782-599723

Manufacturers of intermittent kilns for craft, hobby, and small industry for 50 years. Suppliers of all craft pottery machinery and materials. UK exclusive authorized distribu­ tor of Duncan and Gare brush-on colors and glazes. CROSSROADS POTTERY & CLAY 517-783-2942 COMPANY Fax:517-817-0252 3022 Francis St. Toll-free: 877-872-8471 Jackson, Ml 49203 E-mail: jbretes@voyager.net

DEBCOR INC. 513 W. Taft Dr. South Holland, IL 60445

708-333-2191 Fax: 708-333-2245

Manufacturer of quality furniture and equipment for ceramic work areas, including ware trucks, clay carts, drying and damp cabinets, kiln carts, work tables, stor­ age containers and wedging boards.

DEL VAL POTTER’S SUPPLY CO. 1230 E. Mermaid Lane Wyndmoor, PA 19038 E-mail: delvalpotters@earthlink.net

215-233-0655 Fax: 215-233-0496

We are a full-service pottery supply offering dependable, friendly, helpful service to the professional and the hobby ceramist. Distributors of many manufacturers and stand behind the materials and equipment that we sell.

We provide for all your pottery needs by selling equipment, clay, chemicals and tools. We also do demonstrations at schools and we provide personal one-on-one service with each customer. Our shipping fees and prices are very com­ petitive.

DIGITALFIRE CORP. 134 Upland Dr. Medicine Hat, AB T1A 3N7, Canada E-mail: thansen@digitalfire.com Web: http://www.digitalfire.com

CRUCIBLE KILNS 206-587-0570 35 S. Hanford St. Fax: 888-587-0373 Seattle, WA 98134-1807 Toll-free: 800-522-1975 E-mail: info@seattlepotterysupply.com Web: http://www.seattlepotterysupply.com

Our INSIGHT ceramic chemistry and database software, Magic of Fire books, and Digitalfire website empower pot­ ters to understand, formulate, and adjust their own ceram­ ic glazes and clay bodies.

847-657-8144 CRYSTAL PRODUCTIONS 1812 Johns Dr. Fax: 800-657-8149 Toll-free: 800-255-8629 PO Box 2159 Glenview, IL 60025 E-mail: custserv@crystalproductions.com Web: http://www.crystalproductions.com Producer and distributor of art resources including videos, prints, posters and books. Committed to providing the highest quality resources throughout the world. Featuring top selling videos and teaching posters for ceramics class­ rooms and the home or professional ceramist. CYNTHIA CURTIS POTTERY 80 Pigeon Hill St. Rockport, MA 01966 E-mail: cynthiacurtispottery@earthlink.net DAKOTA POTTERS SUPPLY 2315 W. Madison St. Sioux Falls, SD 57104 E-mail: dakotapotters@sio.midco.net

978-546-6186

605-332-1946 Fax: 605-332-2729

We have been in the pottery business for over 30 years. We manufacture pugged clay and are distributors of glazes, kilns and equipment for Paragon, Skutt and L&L Kilns, Laguna, Coloramics/Mayco, Spectrum Glazes, Vent-A-Kiln and Peter Pugger equipment. We manufacture our own line of ‘Fire-Top’ raku kilns. Our service is second to none!

619-449-1834 Fax: 619-449-1854 Toll-free: 800-748-5530

Manufacturer of potter’s wheels for 30 years. Professional series and entry wheels: Clay Boss, Big Boss, Model JR, MP and HP. Also a manufacturer of grinders, bats, stools and tools for ceramics.

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805-484-6648 Fax: 805-484-8788 Toll-free: 800-899-5952

DOGWOOD CERAMIC SUPPLY 228-831-4848 13187-C Dedeaux Rd. Fax: 228-831-3111 Gulfport, MS 39503 Web: http://www.dogwoodceramics.com Dogwood Ceramic Supply is one of the largest multi-line pottery and ceramic distributors in the southern United States offering a great selection of kilns, clay, glazes, wheels, molds and related supplies. DOLAN TOOLS PO Box 15161 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 E-mail: dolantools@hotmail.com

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770-451-2105 Fax: 770-455-7012 Toll-free: 800-695-4805

ILLUSTRATED

480-998-7169 Fax: 480-991-4509 Toll-free: 800-624-3127

A complete line of pottery tools. All handcrafted, individu­ ally made of high quality knife steel. Custom orders avail­ able. Dealers welcome. DON SNYDER IMPORTS 8900 Flynn Creek Rd, PO Box 207 Comptche, CA 95427-0207 E-mail: info@donsnyderimports.com Web: http://www.donsynderimports.com

707-937-0300 Fax: 707-937-3445

Supplier of the world’s finest European-made solid brass oil lamp burners, glass chimneys, etched glass shades, glass and brass wick inserts, wicks, glass oil candles and more. Our components are used by potters, porcelain artists, sculptors, pewterers, woodworkers and glass artists. Free brochure upon request. We are adding new components in 2002, so please visit our web site. DONNA GITTEN DESIGNS 19510 55th Ave. Ste. 3 Surrey, BC V3S 8P7, Canada E-mail: gittens@telus.net

DAVENS CERAMIC CENTER 5076 Peachtree Rd. Atlanta, GA 30341

403-527-2826 Fax:403-527-7441

604-514-2244 Fax: 877-514-2255 Toll-free: 888-514-2244

Pin Frog Cap—a black injection molded cap with Japanese pin frog (kenzan) molded into the bottom. Create your own ikebana vase with clay or any other material of choice. Retail and quantity prices on request.

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DOO-WOO TOOLS PO Box 589 Warwick, NY 10990-0589 E-mail: doowoo@warwick.net Web: http://www.doowoo.com

845-986-5162 Fax: 845-986-8660

DRAGON CERAMEX 44-1934-833409 5 Nomis Park Fax: 44-1934-833409 Congresbury Bristol BS49 5HB, United Kingdom Design, manufacture and supply a range of Clay Bulley hand-operated extrusion machines for all forms of studio work, also building materials, e.g., roof, floor, wall tiles, bricks, pipes, screen bricks. Consultant on extrusion tech­ niques. Customers include schools, colleges, potters worldwide and projects in developing countries. DRAGONFLY JOURNEYS PO Box 2539 Taos, NM 87571 E-mail: dragonfly@taosartretreat.com Web: http://www.taosartretreat.com DU-ALL DRAFTING & ART 31431 John Rd. Madison Hts., Ml 48071 E-mail: info@duall.com Web: http://www.duall.com

505-751-3220 Fax: 505-751-0131

248-583-9158 Fax: 248-583-4714 Toll-free: 877-583-9158

Du-All has been in business 55 years specializing in art, drafting and picture framing. All major brands and hard-tofind art and drafting products. Special orders anytime. Art classes for adults and kids as well as nationally known teacher workshops.

559-291-4444 DUNCAN ENTERPRISES 5673 E. Shields Ave. Toll-free: 800-237-2642 Fresno, CA 93727 E-mail: consumer@duncanmail.com Web: http://www.duncanceramics.com One of the world’s leading manufacturers of ceramics, low and high fire glazes, molds and acrylics. Serving educators, potters, finishware manufacturers and hobby­ ists for over 50 years, Duncan is recognized for its qual­ ity products, expertise and extensive distribution network spanning North America and the world.

DUNGHANRACH CLAY CO. 536 N. Third Ave. W. PO Box 003 Melrose, MN 56356 DURALITE INC. 15 School St. Riverton, CT 06065 E-mail: engineering@duralite.com Web: http://www.duralite.com

320-256-7310

860-379-3113 Fax: 860-379-5879

Duralite Inc., a family business established over 50 years ago. We manufacture custom quality electric heating ele­ ments for kilns and furnaces and provide replacement ele­ ments, switches, controls, connectors and thermocouples; design service by qualified experienced engineers. EASELS BY AMRON 6601 Lyons Rd. Ste. H 3 Coconut Creek, FL 33073 E-mail: info@amroninc.com Web: http://www.amroninc.com

Fax: 800-94-EASEL Toll-free: 800-44-EASEL

A complete line of over 300 decorative floor and tabletop easels for display and resale. EDMUNDS DESIGN & MFG. 315 N. Lake Ave. No. 408 Duluth, MN 55806 E-mail: dedmunds@edmfg.com Web: http://www.edmfg.com

218-723-4059 Fax: 218-723-4059

Leach-style treadle wheels, affordable, functional design, easy-to-assemble. EDOUARD BASTARACHE INC. 2340 Des Erables Sorel-Tracy Quebec J3R 2W3, Canada E-mail: edouardb@sorel-tracy.qc.ca Web: http://www.sorel-tracy.qc.ca/~edouardb

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450-742-2170

I am the author, editor, publisher and distributor of Substitutions for Raw Ceramic Materials. This book is also available in French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, and soon in Esperanto. Please contact me by e-mail. ENVIRO-SAFETY PRODUCTS 559-625-5592 516 E. Modoc Ave. Fax: 559-625-5595 Visalia, CA 93292-7630 Toll-free: 800-637-6606 E-mail: info@envirosafetyproducts.com Web: http://www.envirosafetyproducts.com Enviro-Safety Products is a distributor of 3M respirators of all types, including powered-air systems and supplied-air systems. We also are distributors of safety glasses and goggles, face shields, nitrile and latex gloves, all at dis­ counted prices. ETC., ETC., ETC. 3101 Barnett Rd. Wichita Falls, TX 76310 E-mail: adfrac@aol.com

940-781-2529 Fax: 940-696-0223

I am a distributor for Laguna Clay Co. I’m in North Texas, easily accessible to Oklahoma or Louisiana. I’ve been in the ceramics business since 1983. We will deliver within 150 miles.

EUCLID’S/THE POTTERY SUPPLY HOUSE LTD. 1120 Speers Rd. Oakville ON L6L 2X4, Canada E-mail: mail@pshcanada.com Web: http://www.pshcanada.com

905-827-1129 Fax: 905-849-0001 Toll-free: 800-465-8544

Fax: 905-849-0001 Toll-free: 800-296-5456

Buy direct from the manufacturer and save. Euclid manu­ factures quality electric kilns for pottery and glass as well as replacement elements, bricks and slabs for any kiln. Euclid offers custom kiln and element design service and maintains a wide selection of kiln parts, controls, pyrome­ ters, thermocouples, vents and furniture. EVANS CERAMIC SUPPLY 1518 S. Washington Wichita, KS 67211-0654 E-mail: donevans@swbell.net Web: http://www.evansceramics.com

316-262-2551 Fax: 316-262-1396

For 45 years, Evans Ceramic Supply has been a supplier of raw materials to retail studios, schools, colleges, universi­ ties and art centers. Hobbyists and finishware producers also find our products important for their completed pro­ jects. New business development is one of our specialties. EVENHEAT KILN INC. 6949 Legion Dr. PO Box 399 Caseville, Ml 48725-0399 E-mail: evenheat@avci.net Web: http://www.evenheat-kiln.com

989-856-2281 Fax: 989-856-4040

Manufacturer of high quality kilns for over 50 years with emphasis on home artists and commercial studios. Accessories available are: RampMaster II computer con­ trols, PC-based kiln software, pyrometers, Orton cones and downdraft vent system, full line of cone 10 shelves and posts, kiln wash, and stilt kits. FALCON CO. PO Box 22569 San Diego, CA 92192

FASH-EN-HUES 118 Bridge St. Piqua, OH 45356 E-mail: hues2000@aol.com

937-778-8500 Fax: 937-778-9647 Toll-free: 800-6979436

We manufacture oil translucent stain, acrylic stain and metallic stain and also specialty products. We carry all types of equipment. FAT CAT POTTERY INC. 436-A Raleigh St. Wilmington, NC 28412 E-mail: fatcatpott@aol.com Web: http://www.fatcatpottery.com

910-395-2529 Fax: 910-395-4684

Fat Cat Pottery offers studio space at hourly, daily or monthly rates. We are distributors for Skutt kilns, Standard Ceramic clays, Kemper tools, Spectrum, Gare, Doo-Woo tools, Orton cones, North Star, Giffin Grip, Brent wheels, Amaco glazes and many others. Please check out our web site for a complete description. No catalog as of yet. FERRO CORP. 416 Maple Ave. PO Box 151 Crooksville, OH 43731 E-mail: tx21 -ferro@ferro.geis.com Web: http://ferro.com FLORIDA CLAY ART CO. 1645 Hangar Rd. No. 103 Sanford, FL 32773 E-mail: flclay@worldramp.net Web: http://www.flclay.com

740-697-7382 Fax: 740-982-9396

407-330-1116 Fax: 407-330-5058 Toll-free: 800-211-7713

We have been a supply house for over 7 years,

PSH carries all your needs for making pottery: kilns, kiln furniture, wheels, clay, raw materials, pre-made glazes, and tools. We also have an assortment of glass fusing and slumping supplies.

EUCLIDS KILNS & ELEMENTS 1120 Speers Rd Oakville ON L6L 2X4, Canada E-mail: mail@euclids.com Web: http://www.euclids.com

Manufacture quality heavy duty hand tools for ceramic and craft areas and publish technical books for the studio potter.

760-942-6321 Fax: 760-942-6733

FLOURISH CO. Rt. 1, Box 47 Combs, AR 72721-9705 E-mail: info@flourish.com Web: http://www.flourish.com FREEFORM CLAY & SUPPLY 1912 Cleveland Ave National City, CA 91950 E-mail: freeformclay@juno.com

501-444-8400 Fax: 501-444-8480 Toll-free: 800-296-0049

619-477-1004 Fax: 619-477-1333

San Diego’s leading ceramic supplier. Best prices on equip­ ment. FURNACE ENGINEERING 64-09-233-6690 435 Razorback Rd. RD No. 2 Fax: 64-09-233-6693 Pokeno 1872, New Zealand E-mail: fekiln@ihug.co.nz Web: http://www.furnace-eng.co.nz We are a New Zealand-based kiln manufacturer capable of exporting kilns into the US. GARE INC. 165 Rosemont St Harverhill, MA01830 E-mail: information@gare.com Web: http://www.gare.com

978-373-9131 Fax: 978-372-9432

GATES FURNITURE PO Box 103 Saluda, NC 28773

828-749-1181 Fax: 828-749-1634

GE COMPANY 3135 Easton Turnpike Fairfield, CT 06431 Web: http://www.ge.com

Fax: 212-334-2463 Toll-free: 800-626-2004

GE is a diversified services, technology and manufacturing company that produces lighting products (including light bulbs), plastics, engineered materials, and controls. GEARON CO. 2944 W. 26th St. Chicago, IL 60623

773-247-4716 Fax: 773-247-2563 Toll-free: 800-847-8342

Manufacturer of hand tools and publisher of technical books for the studio potter.

The Gearon Company supplies components to assemble lamps and lighting fixtures. For over 60 years we have been supplying quality parts to the pottery industry, including sockets, cords, harps, and decorative brass finials.

FALCON COMPANY 3435 Jasmine Crest Olivenhain, CA 92024 E-mail: johnconrad17@hotmail.com

GEBR. DORFNER GMBH & CO. 49-9622-82-0 Kaolin und Kristallquarzsand werke KG Fax: 49-9622-8278 Scharhof 1 D-92242 Hirschau, Germany

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E-mail: webmaster@dorfner.de Web: http://www.dorfner.de

ers of Blackbird clay and Gillespie borate as well as importers of fine English china and ball clays.

Manufacturer of raw materials such as kaolin, feldspar, quartz powder and silica sands for the ceramic industries.

HAMPSHIRE WOODWORKING 21 State St. Northampton, MA 01060 E-mail: info@leachwheel.com Web: http://www.leachwheel.com

GEIL KILNS CO. 1601 W. Rosecrans Ave. Gardena, CA 90249 E-mail: geil@kilns.com Web: http://www.kilns.com

310-532-2402 Fax: 310-532-2471 Toll-free: 800-887-4345

GENERAL PORCELAIN MFG CO. INC 609-396-7588 951 Pennsylvania Fax: 609-989-9343 Trenton, NJ 08638 Established in 1939, General Porcelain Co. offers a full range of products and services. Each of our 5 divisions specializes in areas of ceramic and porcelain to serve the largest industrial customer to the start-up store front. GEORGIA-PACIFIC CORP. 1650 Lake Cook Rd. Deerfield, IL 60015 Web: http://www.gp.com

847-317-5000 Fax: 847-317-3755

GREAT LAKES CLAY & SUPPLY 847-551-1070 120 S Lincoln Ave Fax:847-551-1083 Carpentersville, IL 60110 Toll-free: 800-258-8796 E-mail: greatclay@greatclay.com Web: http://www.greatclay.com Inventors of the Versa-Bat and Glaz-Eze markers, we re Chicagoland’s most respected source of ceramic and pot­ tery making supplies. Provider for commercial potters, hobby/craft artists and school programs. All our clay bod­ ies are screened, de-aired and test fired to assure a con­ sistent, quality product. Call us at 800-258-8796.

GREENBARN POTTERS SUPPLY LTD. 604-888-3411 9548 192nd St. Fax: 604-888-4247 Surrey BC V4N 3R9, Canada E-mail: greenbarn@telus.net Web: http://www.greenbarn.com Greenbarn supplies potters on the west coast of Canada. We carry everything potters need: clay, materials, glazes, tools, equipment, books, and much more.

Paper packaging and materials.

GSM ENTERPRISES KILN REPAIR 5847 Castle Hunt San Antonio, TX 78218-4112 E-mail: gsm_ent@msn.com GEORGIES CERAMIC & CLAY CO. INC. 756 NE Lombard Portland, OR 97211 E-mail: info@georgies.com Web: http://www.georgies.com

503-283-1353 Fax: 503-283-1387 Toll-free: 800-999-CLAY

Complete supplier and manufacturer for all pottery and ceramic-related supplies. Plus all 3-dimensional art sup­ plies for sculpture art. Three locations in Oregon.

GIFFIN TEC INC. 629 Dixon Rd. Gold Hill PO Box 4057 Boulder, CO 80302 GILMOUR CAMPBELL CO. 2700 Erskine Detroit, Ml 48207-2208 E-mail: kingspin@core.com

303-449-9142 Fax: 303-442-2997

313-568-0561 Fax:313-568-1008

We manufacture Kingspin portable electric potters wheels and hand turntables. Our emphasis is on our low-priced hand turntables, which we sell large quantities of.

210-656-0360 Fax: 210-656-2234

On-site kiln repair and rebuild service: all Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Central South America. All brands and models. Master kiln repair technician. Oneyear warranty on all work. Kiln repair and firing seminars, also seminars in ceramics, stoneware and porcelain. GUILD.COM 931 E. Main St. Madison, Wl 53703 E-mail: guild@guild.com Web: http://www.guild.com

608-227-4147 Fax: 608-227-4300 Toll-free: 800-948-4539

Based in Madison, Wisconsin, GUILD.com is the world’s most complete online collection of original art. An out­ growth of The Guild, an art publishing company founded in 1985, GUILD.com provides its customers with 1,700 prac­ ticing artists, 10,000 original works of art, and credibility unmatched in the online art community. H.C. SPINKS CLAY CO. INC. PO Box 820 Paris, TN 38242 E-mail: hcspinks@worldnet.att.net Web: http://www.spinksclay.com

901-642-5414 Fax:901-642-5493

Specialize in mining of nonmetallic clay minerals used in casting slips and moist bodies. Sold through distributors throughout the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Other products sold direct: Texas talc, bentonite, and ceramic additives. Contact us for your nearest distributor. GLYPTIC MODELING TOOLS 404 W. 8th St. Loveland, CO 80537 E-mail: kdreith@earthlink.net Web: http://www.glyptic.com

970-663-3247 Fax: 970-622-8071 Toll-free: 800-260-4690

Glyptic (from the Greek "to carve") modeling tools are high quality, interchangeable tools. There is a good vari­ ety of sizes and a wide range of loop shapes for every size project from miniature to monumental. Great for modeling and cutting/trimming.

GORDON WARD 50 W. 30th Ave. Eugene, OR 97405 E-mail: gordward@mindspring.com Web: http://www.gordonward.net

541-343-7844 Fax: 541-343-7844

H.L. BOUTON CO. 11 Kendrick Rd. Woreham, MA 02571 E-mail: eyewear@hlbouton.com Web: http://www.hlbouton.com

508-295-3300 Fax:508-295-3521 Toll-free: 800-426-1881

H.L. Bouton is a leading manufacturer of safety eyewear, Lensclean and eyewash products. HAMDOUN & CO. PO Box 12426 Damascus, Syria E-mail: unimills@net.sy

963-11-441-8586 Fax: 963-11-442-2806

847-520-4766 Fax: 847-520-0582

We are a quarterly publication that lists art and craft shows, fairs and festivals in the Midwest. The Grapevine is an indispensable guide for artists and crafters looking for places to sell their goods.

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HANCOCK POTTERY ENGINEERS LTD. 44-1785-761-322 Unit 4-6, Brookside Bus. Park, Cold Meece Stone, Staffs ST15 ORZ, United Kingdom 419-893-3050 Fax: 419-897-0100

HANDMADE LAMPSHADES 2844 Rathburn Toledo, OH 43606

212-206-7715 HARRY N. ABRAMS INC. Fax: 212-645-8437 100 Fifth Ave. New York, NY 10011 E-mail: webmaster@abramsbooks.com Web: http://www.abramsbooks.com HEART IN HAND POTTERY 609-518-7808 Mill Race Village, 37 White St. Fax: 609-518-7809 Mt. Holly, NJ 08060 E-mail: hihpottery@comcast.net Web: http://www.heartinhandpottery.com Official distributor for Ceramic Supply Company of Lodi, NJ. Pottery supplies (tools, clay, glazes, brushes) in stock and no shipping charges. All Ceramic Supply catalog items may be ordered. Serving South Jersey, Eastern PA and Delaware. Hours 11-6 (Wed, Fri, Sat), 11-8 Thurs, 12-4 Sun. Closed Mon & Tues. HEPWORTH MINERALS & 44-01270-752752 CHEMICALS LTD. Fax: 44-01270-752499 Brookside Hall Congelton Rd. Sandbach Cheshire CW11 14TF, United Kingdom

HERRING DESIGNS, LC 3577 NW 16th Blvd PO Box 35-7581 Gainesville, FL 32635 E-mail: pjh.mae@aya.yale.edu Web: http://www.herringdesigns.com

352-378-5558 Fax: 775-206-7526 Toll-free: 888-391-1615

Herring Designs provides productivity enhancement tools for ceramic artists (including SlabMat, a nonwoven fabric for slab rolling and hand building) and secure e-commerce Internet marketing opportunities for artists in all media. Free Internet artist classsified ads are provided.

HIGHWATER CLAYS, INC. 238 Clingman Ave. Asheville, NC 28801 E-mail: katharina@highwaterclays.com Web: http://www.highwaterclays.com

828-252-6033 Fax: 828-253-3853

After 20 years, Highwater is still mixing the highest qual­ ity moist clays available anywhere and continues to pro­ vide you with the finest equipment, tools, glazes, books and raw materials. Our mission is to provide our cus­ tomers the very best possible supplies and services.

Agent/supplier/exporter. HOMEXX INTERNATIONAL 2652 Research Dr. Corona, CA 92882 E-mail: adam@homexx.com Web: http://www.ceramtek.com

We produce and sellclayslicers, clay rollers, tile cutters, glaze tools, ware carts and thepower sponge production cleaner. Innovative designs for higher productivity. THE GRAPEVINE 2 Red Oak Ct. Buffalo Grove, IL 60089 E-mail: garyktoni@prodigy.net

413-586-8526

909-278-0263 Fax: 909-278-2517

Manufacturer of tile setter pins. HAMMILL & GILLESPIE INC. 154 S. Livingston Ave. PO Box 104 Livingston, NJ 07039-0104 E-mail: hamgilinc@aol.com Web: http://www.hamgil.com

973-994-3650 Fax: 973-994-3847 Toll-free: 800-454-8846

HUEY’S CERAMICS 6295 Clay Litlick Dr. Nashport, OH 43830

740-452-8944

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J. & J. CERAMIC STUDIO 666-A S. DuPont Hwy. Dover, DE 19901 E-mail: jjceramicsde@juno.com HYDRO-BAT 876 N. 30th St. Philadelphia, PA 19130 E-mail: mark@hydrobat.com Web: http://www.hydrobat.com

215-232-3548 Fax:215-232-3548

The Hydro-Bat absorbs water, eliminates wire tool, fits snug on bat pin head, easy on and off, and is 8 time stronger than plaster.

HYPERGLAZE/RICHARD BURKETT 619-286-1836 6354 Lorca Dr. Fax: 619-583-3894 San Diego, CA 92115-5509 E-mail: hyperglaze@aol.com Web: http://members.aol.com/hyperglaze HyperGlaze is the easiest-to-use glaze calculation software for ceramic artist, yet offers powerful features. For Macintosh computers only. INDUSTRIAL MINERALS CO. 7268 Frasinetti Rd. Sacramento, CA 95828 E-mail: custser@clayimco.com Web: http://www.clayimco.com

916-383-2811 Fax: 916-383-8741

Industrial Minerals Co. provides a wide range of products and services for the mineral processing industry and ceramic art markets. IMCO manufactures a wide range of clays. Please see our website for more information on our clays and new products. INDUSTRIAL PYROMETER AND SUPPLY COMPANY 2109 Holland St. Alton, IL 62002 E-mail: rnappier@ipscustom.com Web: http://www.ipscustom.com

618-465-7623 Fax: 618-465-7679

330-385-6515 Fax: 330-385-6510

Provide creative solutions to product identification and decoration. Manufacture glass and ceramic decals, rubber stamps, and DuraFireinks. Provide general printing (busi­ ness cards, banners, photo posters, trade show, and vehi­ cle signage, etc.), laminating, decorating supplies, art stu­ dio, and full digital prepress output services. INSTAR ENTERPRISES INTL INC. 124 Tices Ln., PO Box 6609 East Brunswick, NJ 08816 E-mail: instar@instardecals.com Web: http://www.instardecals.com

708-498-5820 Fax: 708-498-6356

Manufacturer of custom ceramic and glass decals. Specialize in 4-color process photographic reproductions. We produce overglaze, inglaze and reactive decals as well as glass and non-fire decals for plastic, wood and canvas prints. ITC/INTERNATIONAL TECHNICAL CERAMICS INC. PO Box 1726 Ponte Vedra, FL 32004-1726

904-285-0200 Fax: 904-273-1616

ITC 100 HT Ceramic Coating, ITC 200 EZ Ceramic Fill and ITC 296A Ceramic Top Coating are used in all types of kilns to repair and protect brick and fiber, resulting in energy savings and better productivity. Acclaimed by potters, artists and ceramic educators worldwide.

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JACK D. WOLFE CO. 2130 Bergen St Brooklyn, NY 11233

718-495-2065 Fax:718-495-2066

Complete supplier for potters, sculptors, hobbyists, industry, schools and colleges, mold makers, production plaster shops. Prepared clays: moist, dry press, ram. Custom clays. Various slips: hobby, porcelain, doll, stoneware, hotelware. Most glaze manufacturers including Jack D. Wolfe. Hardware tools, equipment, plasters, chemicals. All equipment repairs. JAMARK LABORATORIES INC. 616-971 -3204 4477 East Paris Ave., SE Fax: 616-971-3208 Grand Rapids, Ml 49512-5312 Toll-free: 888-252-6275 E-mail: jamark@jamarklabs.com Web: http://www.jamarklabs.com Exclusive marketer of time-tested over-the-counter health­ care formulas. Our natural beeswax formula "Surgeon’s Skin Secret" provides hours of moisture-barrier protection for your skin. Alcohol and fragrance free. Non-water solu­ ble, will not easily wash off with soap and water. JEPSON POTTERY & WORLD POTTERY INSTITUTE 2300 St. Rd 46 E Geneva, FL 32732

407-349-5587 Fax: 407-349-4009 Toll-free: 800-742-3055

JIFFY MIXER CO. INC. 4120 Tigris Way Riverside, CA 92503-4843 E-mail: jiffymixer@earthlink.net Web: http://www.jiffymixer.com

909-272-0838 Fax: 909-279-7651 Toll-free: 800-560-2903

Guaranteed non-splashing. Submerge mixer into open con­ tainer. Mixer sucks high density materials from bottom of container upward while upper impellers force low viscosity solvents from top down. Cleans easily and quickly. Fits standard chucked powered tools. Double-ring design elim­ inates puncture or damage to container. Stainless steel. K-MARLIN CERAMICS 14222 N. 107th St. Longmont, CO 80504 Web: http://www.k-marlin.com

Toll-free: 800-795-3633

KENTUCKY-TENNESSEE CLAY CO 1441 Donelson Pike Nashville, TN 37217 E-mail: mdonovan@k-tclay.com Web: http://www.k-tclay.com

615-365-0852 Fax: 615-365-0842

Produce Old Mine #4, Tennessee #1-4 SGP, K-T #1-4, the ceramic art standards for ball clay. Also a major produc­ er of china clays for the ceramic art trade.

KICKWHEEL POTTERY SUPPLY INC. 770-986-9011 6477 Peachtree Ind. Blvd. Fax: 770-986-9011 Atlanta, GA 30360 Toll-free: 800-241-1895 E-mail: kickwheel@aol.com Web: http://www.kickwheel.com In business 27 years with the same owners, manufac­ tures over 30 premium clays plus custom. Kilns, wheels, tools, books. Gerstley borate substitute, general sup­ plies and materials. Our staff is very helpful and highly trained in assisting all phases of pottery. Buy from our extensive online catalog with with all major credit cards.

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THE KILN DOCTOR INC. 202 East Main St. Front Royal, VA 22630-6179 E-mail: swauger@rmaonline.net Web: http://www.thekilndoctor.net

540-636-6016 Fax: 540-635-8699 Toll-free: 877-KILNDOC

New equipment sales and service for most brands of electric kilns, pottery wheels, pug mills, slab rollers, kiln venting systems and more. House calls, shop repairs for DC, Northern VA, MD and WV. Consulting for your individual needs. Commercial and regular preventative maintenance plans available for high-use facilities.

THE KILN ELEMENTS CO. 71898 Northshore Dr. Birkenfeld, OR 97016 E-mail: stanhorton@hotmail.com Web: http://www.kilnelements.com

503-755-2289

Kiln Elements at 30% off retail. Skutt, Cress, L&L, Coneart. Supply gage, ohms and length of elements we do not have specs for and take an extra 10% off. KILN-RAY SERVICES 65 Southern Ln. PO Box 1275 Warwick, NY 10990-1275 E-mail: kilnray@warwick.net Web: http://www.kilnray.com KLOPFENSTEIN ART EQUIPMENT 8071 Oldfield Rd. Crestline, OH 44827 KRAUSE PUBLICATIONS 700 E. State St. lola, Wl 54990-0001 E-mail: zielkec@krause.com Web: http://www.krause.com

914-987-9589 Fax: 914-986-1808

419-683-2935

715-445-2214 Fax: 715-445-4087 Toll-free: 800-258-0929

Firing, kiln construction, glaze recipes, extruding, funda­ mentals, studio safety, throwing techniques, moldmaking, available materials, construction and more is presented in more than 30 books by professional potters and ceramists, including Robin Hopper, Richard Zakin, Robert Tichane and Steven Branfman, among others. KRUEGER POTTERY INC. 314-963-0180 8153 Big Bend Blvd. Fax: 314-963-7712 St. Louis, MO 63119 Toll-free: 800-358-0180 E-mail: dennis@kruegerpottery.com Web: http://www.kruegerpottery.com KRUMOR INC. 8001 Sweet Valley Dr. Valley View, OH 44125 E-mail: krumor@ix.netcom.com

732-238-4100 Fax: 732-238-4102

Since 1948, quality open stock and custom designed decals and transfers, for both vitrifiable and cold applica­ tion. Art library, design concepts and reproduction ser­ vices, and open stock decal catalog available. INTERNATIONAL DECAL CORP. 3332 Commercial Ave. Northbrook, IL 60062 E-mail: idcjr@timrg.com Web: http://www.timrg.com

A full-service traditional studio, serving the tri-state area since 1974. Our 4,000 sq. ft. facility is centrally located in Delaware on a major highway. Large selection of greenware from over 15,000 molds, bisque, brushes, tools, firings, classes and seminars. Coloramics distributor. C.A.I. instructor for technical information and instruction.

Classes include beginners, experienced professionals and every stage in between. Emphasis is on individual instruc­ tion. Central focus is on throwing.

Temperature sensing parts for kilns. We manufacture all types of thermocouples, bare or metal sheathed, at com­ petitive prices. Accessories include a full line of wire, ceramic protection tubes, pyrometers and test equipment. Emergency service available. INNOVATIVE CERAMIC CORP. 432 Walnut St. Dept. 11 East Liverpool, OH 43920-3130 E-mail: info@innovativeceramic.com Web: http://www.innovativeceramic.com

302-678-2845

216-328-9802 Fax: 216-328-9803

Manufacturer of temperature sensors: thermocouples and RTD’s. Carry accessories. Supply most applications in ceramic industry. Contact factory direct. Fast service. No middleman. KUMA BEADS 518-384-0110 Rt. 50,133 Saratoga Rd. Fax: 518-399-0677 Glenville, NY 12302 http://www.members.aol.com/kumabeads/kuma/web1.htm

L&L KILN MFG. INC. 8 Creek Parkway Boothwyn, PA 19061 E-mail: sales@hotkilns.com Web: http://www.hotkilns.com

610-485-1789 Fax: 610-485-4665 Toll-free: 877-468-5456

L&L Mfg. Inc. has manufactured ceramic kilns for over 56 years. L&L services the hobby, professional, school, institutional, and industrial ceramic market with top and front loading kilns employing their unique ceramic DynaGlow element holders. Temperatures to 2350~F. J Series polygonal kilns and DaVinci square and rectangular kilns with the multi-zone DynaTrol program control are our most popular kilns.

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L&R SPECIALTIES INC 202 East Mount Vernon PO Box 309 Nixa, MO 65714 E-mail: claydogs@aol.com Web: http://www.claydogs.com

417-725-2606 Fax: 417-725-2607 Toll-free: 877-454-3914

Missouri’s only moist clay manufacturer and home of the Claydog Raku Kiln with vacuum pressed fiber shell and light-weight, portable stand. We have provided service and materials to midwest ceramic artists since 1969, and we look forward to doing business with you!

LAGUNA CLAY CO. 14400 Lomitas Ave. City of Industry, CA 91744 E-mail: info@lagunaclay.com Web: http://www.lagunaclay.com

626-330-0631 Fax: 626-333-7694 Toll-free: 800-452-4862

Manufacturer and worldwide supplier of quality ceramic equipment, tools, formulated and raw materials since 1932. Thousands of stock and custom high-and low-fire glazes and clays. Manufacturer of Pacifica Potter’s Wheels, Miller Clays, Laguna equipment, etc. Technical staff to solve customers’ scientific and practical prob­ lems. Call for catalog/worldwide distributor information.

603-224-1603 Fax: 603-224-6677

THE LAMP SHOP 8 McGuire St. PO Box 3606 Concord, NH 03302-3606 E-mail: lampshop@juno.com Web: http://www.lampshop.com We offer lamp shade supplies. LARK BOOKS 67 Broadway Asheville, NC 28801 E-mail: rob@larkbooks.com Web: http://www.sterlingpublishing.com

828-236-9730

The books in the Lark Ceramics series have been consis­ tently praised for their color step-by-step instructions, inclusion of hundreds of photos of some of the best ceramicists in the world, and their practical, friendly teaching style. All books in the Lark Ceramics series produced in Asheville but sold by Sterling Publishing Co. in New York. LASER KILNS C9 Angel Rd. Advent Way London N18 3AH, United Kingdom E-mail: info@laser-kilns.co.uk Web: http://www.laser-kilns.co.uk

44-181-803-1016 Fax: 44-181 -8807-2888

Manufacturer of kilns and allied equipment. Supplier of pottery equipment. LEAD CORPORATION 218-15 Uijungbu 1 Dong Uijungbu City 480-844 Korea E-mail: lcc@leadco.com Web: http://www.leadco.com

82-031-845-4601 Fax: 82-031-845-4603

Scariff, Clare, Republic of Ireland E-mail: thelogbook@eircom.net Web: http://www.homepage.eircom.net/~thelogbook The Log Book is the international publication for woodfirers and those interested in woodfired ceramics. Published quarterly the current annual subscription rate is US $25 including air mail postage. Back issues are also available from US $5 per copy, including air mail postage. LONDON TILE CO. 419-929-1551 65 Walnut St. Fax:419-929-1552 New London, OH 44851 Toll-free: 888-757-1551 E-mail: londontile@accnorwalk.com Web: http://www.londontile.com LONG ISL CRAFT GUILD-POTTER GROUP 516-466-3480 28 Prospect St Great Neck, NY 11021 LOUIE’S POTTERY STUDIO & 27-012-651-5563 SUPPLIES Toll-free: 27-083-548-5449 8 Falun St. Valhalla Pretoria 0185, South Africa E-mail: vanwezel@mweb.co.za M&M POTTERY SUPPLY RD 2 Box178A Corry, PA 16407 E-mail: m-i-m@tbscc.com

814-663-0866 Fax: 814-663-0866 Toll-free: 800-611-2529

A supply and repair business with emphasis on customer service. MANITOU ARTS (HBD CERAMICS) PO Box 910 Leland, Ml 49654-0910 E-mail: crsolon@traverse.net Web: http://www.manitouarts.net

231-386-7977 Fax:231-386-7978

Distributor of English earthenware bisque tiles, switchplate/outlet covers and wood products in which the potter can place finished tiles, e.g., mirrors, tables, trays. MARJON CERAMICS INC. 602-272-6585 3434 W. Earll Dr. Fax: 602-272-1507 Phoenix, AZ 85017 Toll-free: 800-903-CLAY E-mail: marjonpx@marjonceramics.com Web: http://www.marjonceramics.com

LINCOLN ARTS & CULTURE FOUNDATION 540 F St. Lincoln, CA 95648-1848 E-mail: lincarts@psyber.com Web: http://www.lincolnarts.org LOCKERBIE MANUFACTURING PO Box 695 Beaumont, CA 92223 E-mail: info@lockerbie.com Web: http://www.lockerbie.com THE LOG BOOK PO Box 612

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916-645-9713 Fax: 916-645-3945

909-845-5855 Fax: 909-845-4125 Toll-free: 800-350-5855

353-61-922918 Fax: 353-61-922918

Glaze Teach is a free interactive, instructional package for beginners wishing to learn about glaze technology. It is par­ ticularly suitable for use in schools and is available online at the Matrix website. GlazeTeach is provided free on CD with each purchase of Matrix Glaze Calculation Software. 719-636-1544 Fax: 719-636-9220 Toll-free: 800-748-8809

MAX CONCEPTS PO Box 7288 Colorado Springs, CO 80933 E-mail: maxcon@usa.net Web: http://www.wheel.max1.com

MAXFIELD CERAMICS SUPPLY INC. 513-793-5545 4761 Creek Rd. Fax:513-793-5871 Cincinnati, OH 45242 Toll-free: 800-783-5109 E-mail: info@maxfieldceramics.com Web: http://www.maxfieldceramics.com We are a full service hobby, ceramics and pottery supply house servicing wholesale and retail. MAYCO 4077 Weaver Court South Hilliard, OH 43026 E-mail: info@maycocolors.com Web: http://www.maycocolors.com

614-876-1171 Fax: 614-876-9904

Mayco Colors manufactures prepared glazes that are capa­ ble of firing from shelf cone 06 up to shelf cone 6 with con­ sistent, high-quality results. Full range of non-toxic and leaded glazes available in a range of sizes. MBF PRODUCTIONS PO Box 1488 Decatur, GA 30031-1488

404-586-0089 Fax: 404-659-4490

MERCEDES CERAMIC SUPPLIES 8060 Kipling Ave. Woodbridge ON L4L 2A1 Canada E-mail: 1mercedes@sympatico.ca

905-851-0851 Fax: 905-851-1064

MARKET HOUSE CRAFT CENTER/SFPN PO Box 204 East Petersburg, PA 17520

Retailer, wholesaler, manufacturer, distributor. Mail order available, equipment rental, used equipment, repairs. Furnaces for ceramics, supplies: clay, slip, tools, glazes, glass enamel colors, etc. Full service in equipment for: ceramic/enamelling/glass slumping fusing-painting, dis­ tributor glass enamels for metal and glass. Overglaze col­ ors, glass aneallers for glass blowing and glass bead mak­ ing/wax burnout furnaces.

MARYLAND REFRACTORIES CO. 267 Salisbury Rd. Irondale, OH 43932 E-mail: maryland@valunet.com Web: http://www.mrcgrog.com

METALCLAY PO Box 14928 Albuquerque, NM 87191 E-mail: mail@metalclay.com Web: http://www.metalclay.com

We serve Arizona and the surrounding area with ceram­ ic/pottery supplies, service and equipment. In business for 50 years thanks to customers who we feel are very special!

330-532-9845 Fax: 330-532-3224 Toll-free: 800-228-4672

High-duty grog for potters since 1957. This high-quality, vol­ ume-stable grog is recommended for all uses to 3200~F. It is suitable for ceramic supplies and art applications. Price depends on size and quantity ordered. Usual single-screened sizes are 4, 8, 12, 20, 30 and 48 mesh and finer. Common double-screened sizes are 8/12,12/20,14/48 and 20/48.

MASON COLOR WORKS INC. 250 E. 2nd St. PO Box 76 E. Liverpool, OH 43920-5076 E-mail: mcwinc@valunet.com Web: http://www.ceramics.com/mason

330-385-4400 Fax: 330-385-4488

44-181-546-1108 Fax: 44-181 -546-9683

We are a company specializing in health and safety prod­ ucts and advice, pottery equipment, and paper clay raw

materials. Run by a practicing teacher, potter and who understands technical problems and health and safety issues.

Since 1842, Mason Color has manufactured high-quality, but economical, ceramic pigments. We have been serv­ ing the ceramic arts community for many years with col­ orants for body, glaze, underglaze and engobe uses. Most stains can be fired to 2300T. Color charts are avail­ able upon request.

MASTER KILN BUILDERS 2025 27th Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55406

505-332-9245 Fax:505-275-9461

Make your own pure silver and gold jewelry in a fraction of the time with precious metal clay! One of the hottest newest and creative ideas is PMC+! We have it! Get your precious metal clay in silver and gold, and all the tools, supplies and kilns you need. METROSALES 46 Mill Place Unit 3 Kingston-upon-Thames KT3 3HX United Kingdom E-mail: sales@metrosales.co.uk

We are importers and exporters of ceramic materials and equipment. 510-524-7363 LESLIE CERAMICS SUPPLY CO. INC. Fax: 510-524-7040 1212 San Pablo Ave Berkeley, CA 94706 E-mail: comments@leslieceramics.com Web: http://www.leslieceramics.com

MATRIX GLAZE CALCULATION SOFTWARE64-3-472-8801 21 Slant St. Careys Bay Dunedin, Otego, New Zealand E-mail: lewing@clear.net.nz Web: http://www.matrix2000.co.nz

612-789-1056 Fax: 612-789-1056

MIAMI CLAY CO. 270 NE 183rd St. Miami, FL 33179-4507 E-mail: miamiclayco@aol.com Web: http://www.miamiclay.com

305-651-4695 Fax: 305-652-8498 Toll-free: 800-651-4695

Largest distributor of pottery supplies in south Florida. If

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you need it, we have it, from antimony to zircopax. Great service and orders processed in 24 to 48 hours. Custom clay mixing and consulting available.

MID-SOUTH CERAMIC SUPPLY 1230 Fourth Ave. N. Nashville, TN 37208 E-mail: midsocera@aol.com Web: http://www.opulenceglaze.com

CO. 615-242-0300 Fax: 615-244-3191

Manufacturer of Opulence Glaze. Full-service pottery sup­ plier with complete line of pottery equipment and supplies.

MIDLANTIC CLAY 900A Creek Rd. Bellmawr, NJ 08031 E-mail: sales@midlanticclay.com Web: http://www.midlanticclay.com

856-933-0022 Fax: 856-931-1240

Discount pottery art supplies. Best discounts regardless of quantities. Free catalog to potters and teachers. 24 hour shipping. Free freight.

MILE HI CERAMICS INC. 303-825-4570 77 Lipan St. Fax: 303-825-6278 Denver, CO 80223 Toll-free: 800-456-0163 E-mail: milehi@milehiceramics.com Web: http://www.milehiceramics.com

MILES CERAMIC COLOR 2112 S. Grand Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 Web: http://www.fireshade.com

714-556-1329

The Miles Ceramic Color line includes glazes formulated for a wide range of firings, as well as our Fireshade palette of 65 versatile underglazes.

MINNESOTA CLAY USA 8001 Grand Ave S Bloomington, MN 55420-1128 E-mail: mnclayus@mm.com Web: http://www.mm.com/mnclayus

952-884-9101 Fax: 952-884-1820 Toll-free: 800-252-9872

NATIONAL ARTCRAFT CO. 330-963-6011 7996 Darrow Rd. Fax: 800-292-4916 Twinsburg, OH 44087 Toll-free: 888-937-2723 E-mail: sales@nationalartcraft.com Web: http://www.nationalartcraft.com National Artcraft Co. is a proven leader in unusual and hard to find pottery and craft supplies including electrical wiring and lamp-making supplies, musical movements and ani­ mation devices, clocks and the Pippin’s Hollow line of doll making supplies. 48 hour shipping on most orders with 98% fill rate. International and wholesale accounts. NATLSCO 95 Oakwood Rd. Lake Zurich, IL 60047 E-mail: kruthe@kemperinsurance.com

888-576-7522 Fax: 847-320-4331

NEPAL CERAMICS COOPERATIVE SOCIETY Madhyapur Thimi-10 PO Box N. 38 Bhaktapur, Nepal E-mail: sidhicom@ntc.net.np

977-1-633-755 Fax: 977-1-633-965

Nepali ceramics raw materials, training, earthenware prod­ ucts and ceramics consultancy services. NEVADA DAN’S 702-425-9494 345 Cortez Ct. Fax: 702-425-6504 Sparks, NV 89436-8599 Toll-free: 877-325-POTS E-mail: sales@potteryequipment.com Web: http://www.potterywheel.com Specializing in pottery wheels, kilns, extruders, slab rollers,

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pugmills and much more. Visit my web site at www.potterywheel.com. Secure online sales. NEW BRUNSWICK LAMP SHADE CO. 732-545-0377 PO Box 7449 Fax: 732-545-6993 North Brunswick, NJ 08902 E-mail: sales@nbls.com Web: http://www.nbls.com Lamp shades, made to order in a wide range of materials, sizes and shapes. Low minimums, high quality, reliable delivery and personal service. NEW CENTURY CERAMIC ARTS INC. 206-284-7805 Queen Anne Station PO Box 9060 Seattle, WA 98109 E-mail: rosette@paperclayart.com Web: http://www.paperclayart.com World-known experts in commercial, patented trademarked, reliable manufacture of ready-to-use pugged (P’Clay®, P’Slip®) paper clays. Licenses and know-how provided to commercial manufacturers. It’s easy and affordable to get started and profitable for you. Find out how! For information visit www.paperclayart.com.

NEW MEXICO CLAY CO. 3300 Girard NE Albuquerque, NM 87107 E-mail: sales@nmclay.com Web: http://www.nmclay.com

505-881-2350 Fax: 505-881-6067 Toll-free: 800-781-2529

We stock pottery supplies and Everything for the potter and ceramist.

NEW ORLEANS CLAY 3517 Chartres St. New Orleans, LA 70117 Web: http://www.noclay.com

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504-947-3937 Fax: 504-947-3937

NICHE MAGAZINE 3000 Chestnut Ave. No. 304 Baltimore, MD 21211 E-mail: webmaster@rosengrp.com Web: http://www.americancraft.com

410-889-3093 Fax: 410-243-7089 Toll-free: 800-272-3893

NILFISK-ADVANCE AMERICA INC. 610-647-6420 300 Technology Dr. Fax: 610-647-6427 Malvern, PA 19355 Toll-free: 800-645-3475 E-mail: questions@nilfisk-advance.com Web: http://www.pa.nilfisk-advance.com Nilfisk features a complete line of specialized industrial vac­ uum cleaners and dustless power tools for the collection of hazardous and nuisance materials. The line includes wet/dry vacuums, air-operated vacuums, explosion-proof vacuums and 3-phase equipment. All units are available with optional HEPA or ULPA filtration. NORTH CAROLINA ARTS COUNCIL Dept, of Cultural Resources Raleigh, NC 27699-4632 E-mail: maryanne.friend@ncmail.net Web: http://www.ncarts.org

919-733-2118 Fax: 919-733-4834

Support to artists and arts organizations, including grants, and marketing through collaboration to stimulate cultural tourism in North Carolina through cultural expeditions of five themes. The craft site is a guide to craft and provides a portal to information about North Carolina’s craft schools, resources and places to see, buy or learn about craft.

NORTHEAST CERAMIC SUPPLY 621 River St. Troy, NY 12180

518-274-2722 Fax:518-272-5962

We are a wholesale/retail ceramic equipment and supply company. We are dealer/distributor of Laguna Clay Co., Skutt Kilns, Duncan, Gare, Amaco, Brent, Shimpo, Kemper and Dolan Tool Co., in upstate New York and western Massachussetts. NORTHWEST SPECIAL EFFECTS 220 East Emerald Lake Drive East Grapeview, WA 98546 E-mail: northwestfx@cs.com Web: http://www.lifecasting.com

360-427-5493

Production moldmaking services for ceramic artists. High strength absorbent plaster molds for multiple-slip casting produced from your original artpiece. Sculpting services are available also to produce your idea submissions. Fine Art reproductions are our specialty! OHIO CERAMIC SUPPLY INC. PO Box 630 Kent, OH 44240 E-mail: ocs@ohioceramic.com Web: http://www.ohioceramic.com

330-296-3815 Fax: 330-296-5346 Toll-free: 800-899-4627

Worldwide supplier to the hobby ceramic and pottery industry offering a large selection of molds, kilns, potters wheels, colors, brushes, tools, moist clays, porcelain and earthenware slip, as well as accessory items such as clocks, music boxes and lamp parts. OHIO DESIGNER CRAFTSMEN 1665 W. Fifth Ave. Columbus, OH 43212-2315 E-mail: odcenterprises@iwaynet.net Web: http://www.ohiocraft.org

ENT> 614-486-7119 Fax: 614-486-7110

Publisher of Lifestyle Crafts Buyer’s Guide serving studios interested in developing wholesale accounts; 22,000 mailed to qualified stores twice annually in Jan. and July. Your ad includes color photo of your work, description and wholesale terms. Great way to test the wholesale waters! OHIO INDUSTRIES/FATE INTL. 811 HopleyAve. PO Box 511 Bucyrus, OH 44820 E-mail: olc@cybrtown.com Web: http://www.ohioindustries.com

419-562-6010 Fax:419-562-2186

Manufacturer of de-airing extrusion machines, wad mills, mixers and specialty equipment. OLD HICKORY CLAY CO. PO Box 66 Hickory, KY 42051 E-mail: psp@oldhickoryclay.com Web: http://www.oldhickoryclay.com

270-247-3042 Fax:270-247-1842

Old Hickory Clay Company, a family-owned and operated company established in 1918, produces high-quality ball clays for all types of ceramics, including slip casting, moist clay, modeling and glaze formulations. Old Hickory goes the extra mile in providing the most consistent ball clays available along with unsurpassed service. OLSEN KILN KITS 60520 Manzanita 205 Mt. Center, CA 92561 E-mail: olsenkilns@prodigy.net

760-349-3291 Fax: 760-349-8009

OLYMPIC ENTERPRISES INC. PO Box 321 Campbell, OH 44405 E-mail: sales@olympicdecals.com Web: http://www.olympicdecals.com

330-746-2726 Fax: 330-746-1156

Largest selection of quality imported decals, chinaware, plates and sponges. High- quality brushes and tools made in the U.S. Order our 212-page color decal catalog with our new millennium release flyer. $18.00 includes s&h. NORTH STAR EQUIPMENT INC. 509-235-9200 PO Box 189 Fax:509-235-9203 Cheney, WA 99004 Toll-free: 800-231-7896 E-mail: northstar@northstarequipment.com Web: http://www.northstarequipment.com For 30 years, North Star Equipment has manufactured the very finest (and longest-guaranteed) potters’ equipment in the U.S. Slab rollers, extruders and ware trucks are also shipped worldwide. More types and sizes of both bats and extruder dies than any other manufacturer.

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OLYMPIC KILNS 4225 Thurmond Tanner Rd PO Box 1347 Flowery Branch, GA 30542 E-mail: kilns@bellsouth.net

770-967-4009 Fax: 770-967-1196 Toll-free: 800-241-4400

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Web: http://www.kilns-kilns.com Manufacturer of electric and gas kilns. Custom-made quoted upon request. Manufacturer of glazes for ceram­ ics and pottery.

Peter Pugger manufactures unique self-unloading clay mixers with pugmill output. They recycle scrap as well as mix from dry powder. Complete processing of your clay in one machine saves you space, money and best of all, your time. Vacuum de-airing models also available.

PHOENIX CERAMIC & FIRE SUPPLY 707-822-4556 824 L St. Fax: 707-822-4556 Areata, CA 95521 ORTON CERAMIC FOUNDATION PO Box 2760 Westerville, OH 43086-2760 E-mail: frederich@ortonceramic.com Web: http://www.ortonceramic.com

614-895-2663 x36 Fax: 614-895-5610

The Orton Ceramic Foundation is world’s largest produc­ er of pyrometric cones. Considered the world standard due to accuracy and repeatability. Orton also manufac­ tures downdraft kiln-vent systems and electronic con­ trollers for electric kilns. Orton Ceramic Foundation is a leading source of information for firing technology.

OSRAM SYLVANIA 100 Endicott St. Danvers, MA 01923 Web: http://www.sylvania.com

978-777-1900 Fax: 978-750-2152 Toll-free: 800-544-4828

Electric lamp parts including lighting and light bulbs. OTT-LITE TECHNOLOGY 1214 West Cass St. Tampa, FL 33606 E-mail: info@ott-lite.com Web: http://www.ott-lite.com

813-621-0058 Fax: 813-626-8790 Toll-free: 800-842-8848

Enjoy better visual acuity with TrueColor lighting products from OTT-LITE Technology. Details more easily detected and colors appear more true-to-life because these special­ ly formulated lights closely replicate natural daylight. Bulbs are low-heat, energy efficient and long-life. PACER CORP. 605-673-4419 PO Box 912 Fax:605-673-4459 Custer, SD 57730 Toll-free: 800-568-2492 E-mail: pacer@rapidnet.com Web: http://www.pacerminerals.com Producer of industrial mineralsincluding high potash feldspar, 200, 325, 400 mesh sizes and chip spar for the various ceramic industries.

We excel at offering a full spectrum ceramic supply store: clay, tools, glazes, equipment, raw materials, books and magazines. (Only such store within 200 miles.) PLAINSMAN CLAY LTD. Box 1266 Medicine Hat AB T1A 7M9, Canada E-mail: plains@memlane.com Web: http://www.plainsmanclays.com

403-527-8535 Fax:403-527-7508

Manufacturers of a complete line of blended pottery clays ranging from low to high temperatures, mined exclusively for pottery from our own clay deposits. POTCLAYS LTD. 44-1782-219816 Brickkiln Ln., Etruria Fax: 44-1782-286506 Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs ST4 7BP, United Kingdom E-mail: potclays@btinternet.com Web: http://www.potclays.co.uk Potclays are manufacturers of clays, glazes, materials, tools, kilns and equipment for ceramics in industry, craft and education. We specialize in servicing potters, sculp­ tors, tilemakers and hobbyists. Products from St. Thomas and Craft Crank clays, Thor gas kilns, and GK, EP, Silver and Etruscan electric kilns. THE POTTER’S CENTER 110 Ellen St. Boise, ID 83714-4605 E-mail: scott@potterscenter.com

208-378-1112 Fax: 208-378-8881 Toll-free: 800-498-1126

The Potter’s Center offers a full line of pottery and ceramic supplies and equipment. The Potter’s Center gallery fea­ tures handmade works in clay by a variety of Idaho artists. The Potter’s Center also has a clay studio offering pottery classes and studio space. THE POTTERS CONNECTION LTD. 44-1782-598-729 Longton Mill, Anchor Rd., Longton Fax: 44-1782-593-054 Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs ST3 1JW, United Kingdom E-mail: sales@potters-connection.sagehost.co.uk Bespoke manufacturer of ceramic materials, colors and glazes.

PAINTEC Reconquista 379 Buenos Aires, Argentina E-mail: info@paintec.com Web: http://www.paintec.com

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PARAGON INDUSTRIES INC. 2011 S. Town East Blvd. Mesquite, TX 75149-1122 E-mail: paragonind@worldnet.att.net Web: http://www.paragonweb.com

972-288-7557 Fax: 972-222-0646 Toll-free: 800-876-4328

Manufacture kilns for pottery, glaze testing, cone 10 fir­ ing. Includes the front-loading Dragon, top-loading Viking. Orton Sentry controller. Digital and manual kilns.

PETER PUGGER MFG. 12501 Orr Springs Rd. Ukiah, CA 95482 E-mail: peterpugger@pacific.net Web: http://www.peterpugger.com

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707-463-1333 Fax: 707-463-1333

781 -449-7687 Fax:781-449-9098

Full service pottery studio, school and workspace, gallery, firing services, bookstore with the largest selec­ tion of books and videos anywhere. Free catalog.

POTTERS’ PLACE INC. 3528 Highway 6 South Sugar Land, TX 77478 E-mail: pottersplace@pdq.net Web: http://www.pottersplacetx.com

POTTERS COUNCIL 735 Ceramic PI. Westerville, OH 43081 E-mail: potterscouncil@acers.org Web: http://www.potterscouncil.org

614-794-5890 Fax: 614-794-5892

Potters Council of The American Ceramic Society is a membership organization dedicated to meeting the needs of studio potters and ceramic artists by providing forums for knowledge exchange and professional enhancement. Dues are $35 annually and benefits include discounts on American Ceramic Society products and services, quarterly newsletter—Potters Pages, online membership directory, group discounts on vision, hearing and prescription drug programs as well as busi­ ness and personal services.

POTTERS GUILD OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 604-669-5645 1359 Cartwright St. Fax: 604-669-5627 Vancouver, BC V5N 3Z3, Canada E-mail: bcpguild@intouch.bc.ca Web: http://www.bcpotters.com The Potters Guild of British Columbia conducts workshops and coordinates national and international clay sympo­ siums. We run the largest ceramics gallery in British Columbia which represents over 100 of the province’s finest potters. The Guild also sponsors emerging artists through scholarships and twelve juried exhibitions a year in the Gallery of BC Ceramics.

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281-313-3223 Fax: 281-341-0636

We sell supplies and equipment to the clay community. We will special order anything not in stock. We carry Laguna products, Amaco products, Scott Creek extruders, Opulence glazes, Minnesota glazes and Coyote glazes.

POTTERY MAKING ILLUSTRATED 735 Ceramic PI. Westerville, OH 43081 E-mail: circulation@acers.org Web: http://www.potterymaking.org

614-794-5890 Fax: 614-794-5892

World’s only ceramic arts magazine dedicated primarily to techniques and processes. Published six times a year. Includes the Special Buyers Guide issue, which you’re holding. Visit our website for details.

POTTERY PRODUCTION PRACTICES/CERAMIC INDUSTRY 6075-B Glick Rd. Powell, OH 43065 E-mail: ciginny@aol.com Web: http://ceramicindustry.com

614-760-4220 Fax: 614-760-5922

A magazine providing practical, real-world solutions for small manufacturers and production potters. Published 3 times a year in March, Sept. and Dec. For decorators, designers and producers of artware, dinnerware, tile and glass; educators and students; producers and distributors of supplies. Supplement to Ceramic Industry magazine. POTTERYAUCTION.COM PO Box 224 Winter Park, FL 32790 E-mail: staff@potteryauction.com Web: http://www.potteryauction.com

54-11-4328-9008 54-11-4328-9136

Paintec manufactures a spray gun that does not need a compressor or electricity; low cost, high quality.

THE POTTERS SHOP 31 Thorpe Rd. Needham, MA 02494 E-mail: sbranfpots@aol.com

407-740-8260

PotteryAuction.com is a specialized person-to-person trad­ ing community on the Internet. The company’s service is used by buyers and sellers for the exchange of pottery, porcelain and ceramics. PotteryAuction.com is a fully-automated 24-hour service where sellers can list items (FREE) and buyers can bid. POTTERYCRAFTS LTD. 44-1782-745000 Campbell Rd. Fax: 44-1782-746000 Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs ST4 4ET, United Kingdom E-mail: enquiries@potterycrafts.co.uk We b: http ://www. p otte rye rafts .co.uk

POTTERYVIDEOS.COM 4922 NE Going Portland, OR 97218 E-mail: info@potteryvideos.com Web: http://www.potteryvideos.com

250-247-8109 Fax: 250-247-8145 Toll-free: 800-668-8040

Producers and distributors of educational videos on ceramic arts. Hosted by artists Robin Hopper, Gordon Hutchens and Graham Sheehan, we have 21 titles for potters at all levels.

THE POTTERS’ MATE 44-1787-237-704 Cust Hall, Toppesfield Halstead, Essex C09 4EB, United Kingdom

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PRECISION WEIGHING BALANCES 978-521-7095 10 Peabody St. Fax: 978-374-5568 Bradford, MA 01835-7614 Toll-free: 800-881-9570 E-mail: gshane@scalenet.com Web: http://www.balances.com We offer deep discount prices for all your weighing needs. We offer the full line of Ohaus Triple beam balance and a huge selection of digital electronic scales. PURE & SIMPLE POTTERY PRODUCTS 707-459-1483 PO Box 337 Fax:707-459-1483 Willits, CA 95490 E-mail: claytool@sonic.net PYROMETER INSTRUMENT CORP. 209 Industrial Pkwy. Northvale, NJ 07647 E-mail: pyroinfo@pyrometer.com Web: http://www.pyrometer.com

201-768-2000 Fax: 201-768-2570

70-yr.-old manufacturer of portable pyrometers for the fur­ nace/kiln market.

REED WAX 167 Pleasant St. PO Box 508 Reading, MA 01867

Reed Wax has been a leading manufacturer of industrial and specialty waxes for over 60 years. Reed Wax has devel­ oped a ceramic wax resist. Our product coats smoothly with no drag, is transparent, dries quickly to a non-tacky finish and cleans off with minimal effort. Available in 1-, 5or 55-gallon containers. REFRACTORY & INDUSTRIAL SERVICES LTD. 118 Longfellow Rd. Dudley, West Midlands DY3 3EH United Kingdom E-mail: terry.green@tinyworld.co.uk Web: http://www.r-i-s-online.co.uk

203-853-1400 x251 Fax: 203-853-1452 Toll-free: 800-243-6064

We supply the ceramic industry with quality raw materi­ als: Peerless clay, used in all types of pottery; Nytal and Ceramitalc talcs and Darvan dispersing agents. We also supply Pyrax pyrophyllite; Cordivan cordierite; Vansil wollastonite; Veegum; Magnesium aluminum silicate, Bactericides and carbon blacks.

RAINY DAY ART SUPPLY CO. 20507 Mack Ave. Grosse Pointe Woods, Ml 48236 Web: http://www.rainyday-art.com

313-881-6305 Fax: 313-881-3098

Retail shop offering basic pottery tools, kits, air dry and modeling clay. Also specializing in childrens products, tools, and classes. Framing, fine art, drafting and office products are also part of our inventory.

RAM PRODUCTS INC. 1091 Stimmel Rd. Columbus, OH 43223 E-mail: info@ramprocess.com Web: http://www.ramprocess.com

614-443-4634 Fax: 614-443-4813

RAM is the inventor of the RAM Process and manufactur­ er of the RAM Press and RAM Studio Press. RAM con­ ducts classes for its customers in RAM Press tooling and die-making and offers a complete inventory of die mak­ ing supplies; or RAM will make models, tooling and/or working dies to your specs.

RANDALL WHEEL & POTTERY CO. 49 Ramsey Park Rochester, NY 14610-1332

585-288-0982 Fax: 585-288-0982

44-1902-672-995 Fax: 44-1902-672-995

RINGS & THINGS WHOLESALE PO Box 450 Spokane, WA 99210-0450 Web: http://www.rings-things.com

(336) 299-1441 Fax: (336) 854-5916 509-624-8565 Fax: 509-838-2602 Toll-free: 800-366-2156

READE METALS & MINERALS PO Box 15039 Providence, Rl 02915-0039 E-mail: info@reade.com Web: http://www.reade.com

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SCOTLIN CERAMICS 236 Main St. PO Box 179 McGregor, IA 52157-0179 E-mail: scotlinceramics@yahoo.com

319-873-2289 Fax:319-873-2366

SCOTT CREEK POTTERY INC. 253-926-3254 2636 Pioneer Way E. Fax: 253-922-5349 Tacoma, WA 98404 Toll-free: 800-939-8783 E-mail: clayextruder@scottcreekpottery.com Web: http://www.scottcreekpottery.com Manufacturer of the original studio extruder, plus other extruders and dies. All facets of the ceramic world.

SEATTLE POTTERY SUPPLY 206-587-0570 35 S. Hanford St. Fax: 888-587-0373 Seattle, WA 98134-1807 Toll-free: 800-522-1975 E-mail: info@seattlepotterysupply.com Web: http://www.seattlepotterysupply.com

RITTERBACH VERLAG Rudolf-Diesel-Str. 5-7 50226 Frechen Germany E-mail: anzeigen@ritterbach.de Web: http://www.kunstwelt-online.de

SEELEY’S 118 Commerce Rd. PO Box 669 Oneonta, NY 13820 E-mail: seeleys@aol.com Web: http://www.seeleys.com

49-22-3418-66-0 Fax: 49-22-3418-6690

Publisher of Keramik Magazin/Ceramics Magazine, a bilin­ gual (German/English) magazine, and books about pottery. ROVIN CERAMICS 15333 Racho Rd. Taylor, Ml 48180 E-mail: info@rovinceramics.com Web: http://www.rovinceramics.com

734-374-0010 Fax: 734-374-0930

Rovin Ceramics is a full-service pottery supply company manufacturing 20 different moist clay bodies packaged in 25 lb. boxes.

607-433-1240 Fax: 607-432-2042 Toll-free: 800-433-1191

We manufacture high-fire casting slips (porcelain and stoneware), china paints, molds and brushes, and low-fire earthenware slip. We sell kilns, stoneware bisque blanks, porcelain bisque blanks, plaster and other clays, market leader with high-fire items, using the best raw materials to produce the highest quality slips and clays. SEVEN HILLS BOOK DISTRIBUTORS 513-471-4300 1531 Tremont St. Fax: 513-471 -4311 Cincinnati, OH 45214 Toll-free: 800-545-2005 E-mail: customerservice@sevenhillsbooks.com Web: http://www.sevenhillsbooks.com SHAMBHALA POTTERY 541-552-0928 355 Granite St. Fax: 541-552-0928 Ashland, OR 97520 E-mail: shambhalapottery@aol.com http://www.freeyellow.com/members/jperry/index.html

ROYAL BRUSH MFG. 219-660-4170 6707 Broadway Ave. Fax: 219-660-4181 Merrillville, IN 46410 Toll-free: 800-247-2211 E-mail: customerservice@royalbrush.com Web: http://www.royalbrush.com

RUNYAN POTTERY SUPPLY INC. Clio Industrial Park 820 Tacoma Ct. Clio, Ml 48420

Reade is a diverse manufacturer, value add custom proces­ sor, and global distributor of ceramic and mineral raw materials.

Sapir Studios has created risers, original design plate stands and bowl holders for upright and wall-mounted display with minimal visual interference. They are made of clear acrylic, single-piece construction for enhanced versatility, strength and durability. Sapir Studios offers quality and service.

The largest in-stock supplier of kilns, clay, chemicals, books and sundries on the West Coast.

44-1442-242-332

401-433-7000 Fax: 401-433-7001

773-465-0066 Fax: 773-465-3465 Toll-free: 800-788-2588

We are a wholesale, mail order supplier of jewelry findings, beads, charms, Austrian crystals, stringing supplies, wire, tools, glues, display items, and more. $5 wholesale catalog is 200+ pg, includes prices, descriptions, life-size illustra­ tions of over 8,000 items, and eight full-color pages. Web site includes entire catalog, hot new items, projects, etc.

Parts and accessories for the Randall wheel. Sale of the 6’ Randall extruder, its parts and accessories. RAYFECO LTD. Longfield, Bulstrode Ln., Felden Hemel Hempstead, Herts HP3 OBP United Kingdom

SAPIR STUDIOS 1215 W. Devon Ave. Chicago, IL 60660

Scotlin sells clay and clay forms in various forms in various from bulk to bisque to finished. Also molds, glazes and supplies. Professional seminars hosted regularly.

RIS Ltd. provides both ceramic and glass artists with a full range of refractory and insulation materials, including kilns in kit form. These are made to customers’ requirements both in size, temperature range and cold-face termperature desired. RESCO PRODUCTS INC. PO Box 7247 Greensboro, NC 27417-7247

R.T. VANDERBILT CO. INC. 30 Winfield St. PO Box 5150 Norwalk, CT 06855-5150 E-mail: ceramics@rtvanderbilt.com Web: http://www.rtvanderbilt.com

781-944-4640 Fax:781-942-1831 Toll-free: 800-336-5877

810-687-4500 Fax: 810-687-4512

Runyan Pottery Supply is a leading manufacturer of moist pottery clay and a mail order distributor of a com­ plete line of ceramic equipment and supplies. We can meet your deadline! Nearly everything in our 90-page discounted catalog is in stock and ready for immediate shipment. Trained staff provide technical support, answer kiln questions and assist with replacement parts.

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SHEFFIELD POTTERY INC. 413-229-7700 US Rt. 7 Box 399 Fax: 413-229-0200 Sheffield, MA 01257-0399 Toll-free: 888-SPI-CLAY E-mail: sales@sheffield-pottery.com Web: http://www.sheffield-pottery.com Sheffield Pottery, established in 1946, is a full-service ceramics supplier, manufacturing both custom and stock moist clays. We have a huge inventory of dry materials and chemicals. Our showroom, open seven days a week, is fully stocked with kilns, wheels, tools, glazes, books and accessories for all pottery needs.

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SHIMPO CERAMICS 630-924-7138 (NIDEC-SHIMPO AMERICA CORP.) Fax: 630-924-0340 1701 Glenlake Ave. Itasca, IL 60143 E-mail: info@shimpoceramics.com Web: http://www.shimpoceramics.com Shimpo Ceramics, a division of Nidec-Shimpo America Corporation, is a worldwide leader in the manufacturing and distributing of ceramic equipment, including potters wheels, electric kilns, pug mills, banding wheels and accessories, to the pottery hobby and school markets.

SILVER FALCON 433 Tenney Ave Campbell, OH 44405 Web: http://www.silverfalcon.com

330-755-1644 Fax: 330-755-0828

Wholesale artist brushes and ceramic tools shipped world­ wide. SILVERHAWK CRAFT REALM PO Drawer LLL Taos, NM 87571 E-mail: silverhawk@silverhawk.com Web: http://www.silverhawk.com/crafts

SKUTT CERAMIC PRODUCTS 6441 SE Johnson Creek Blvd. Portland, OR 97206-9594 E-mail: skutt@skutt.com Web: http://www.skutt.com

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After four decades of building pottery equipment, we have the knowledge and experience to do it right. By combining low-tech design with high performance, you get the best of all solutions when you buy Soldner.

SOUTHERN OREGON POTTERY SUPPLY 541-535-6700 111 Talent Ave. Fax:541-535-5929 PO Box 158 Talent, OR 97540-0158 E-mail: sops@internetcds.com Wholesale/retail supplies and equipment serving the needs of schools, professional and hobby potters, china painters, ceramists, moldmakers and institutions.

505-758-8945

SPECTRUM GLAZES 40 Hanlan Rd. Unit 33 Woodbridge ON L4L 3P6 Canada E-mail: richard@spectrumglazes.com Web: http://www.spectrumglazes.com 503-774-6000 Fax: 503-774-7833

For nearly 50 years Skutt Ceramic Products has been pro­ ducing tough and reliable top-loading electric kilns for manufacturers and professional studio artists. Our KilnMaster and GlassMaster controllers are easy to pro­ gram and extremely accurate. Accessory equipment includes Enviroventt,Qwntlraft venting systems, kiln furniture, wall mount controllers and pyrometers.

SMITH-SHARPE FIRE BRICK 111 27th Ave. SE Minneapolis, MN 55414 E-mail: marshall@ssfbs.com Web: http://www.kilnshelf.com

SOLDNER CLAY ELBOW MFG. 310 W. 4th St. Newton, KS 67114

SUPPLY 612-331-1345 Fax: 612-331-2156 Toll-free: 866-545-6743

905-851-8310 Fax: 905-851-8311 Toll-free: 800-970-1970

Manufacturer of ceramic finishes including glazes, underglazes, ceramic stains and many other products suitable for all temperature ranges from cone 06. Wide variety of standard colors and finishes plus customized formulations available.

SPHINX TECHNICAL CERAMICS B.V. PO Box 1049 6204 BA Maastricht Netherlands E-mail: luciano.sedda@sphinxtc.nl

43-368-5821 Fax: 43-363-8044

412-276-6333 STANDARD CERAMIC SUPPLY Fax: 412-276-7124 PO Box 4435 Pittsburgh, PA 15205-0435 E-mail: standardceramic@msn.com Web: http://www.standardceramic.com/clay Manufacturer of moist clay bodies. Distributor of raw materials, glazes and tools.

We supply silicon carbide kiln shelves and related refractory materials, including insulating (soft) fire brick and hard brick from low-duty to 85% alumina. In addi­ tion, we offer a complete range of castable refractory and ceramic fiber insulation as well as burner systems.

STERLING PUBLISHING COMPANY 212-532-7160 387 Park Ave. S Fax: 212-213-2495 New York, NY 11231 Toll-free: 800-805-5489 E-mail: trupolo@sterlingpub.com Web: http://www.sterlingpublishing.com

865-436-4575 Fax: 865-430-5575

Whether you are a student or novice looking for guidance, a teacher with a need for an instructional tool, an avid admir­ er or collector, or an experienced ceramics artist seeking encouragement, you are sure to find the perfect book here.

SMOKY MOUNTAIN POTTERY PO Box 1275 Gatlinburg, TN 37738 E-mail: smpottery@aol.com SNEDDON’S CERAMIC STUDIO 137 Appledale Rd. Norristown, PA 19403 E-mail: personaltouch@visualtools.com

610-539-8190 Fax: 610-539-4496

We teach porcelain doll making and brush-stroke tech­ niques. UMICORE MARKETING SERVICES 919-874-7161 3120 Highwoods Blvd. Ste. 110 Fax: 919-874-7195 Raleigh, NC 27604-1035 E-mail: rick.holden@sogemnet.com Sales agents for world’s largest cobalt oxide manufacturer (Union Miniere). Materials (cobalt oxide and salts) are sold to the ceramics, glass, and pottery manufacturing indus­ tries.

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STUDIO POTTER PO Box 70 Goffstown, NH 03045

603-774-3582 Fax:603-774-6313

SUMMIT KILNS PO Box 573 Land 0 Lakes, FL 34639 Web: http://www.swiftweb.com/summit

813-996-2575 Fax:813-996-2575

Summit Kilns has nearly 30 years of experience making quality gas kilns for the potter. Also offers electric to gas conversions to convert your electric kiln to a gas kiln. In addition, we offer Raku burners, FiberFrax, hi-temp wire & controllers. Summit Kilns offers customer kilns and kiln repair on all models. SUNFLOWER POTTERY 352-529-2699 Fax: 352-529-2699 1391 NE 157th Terrace Williston, FL 32696 E-mail: annmarievl@aol.com http://www.hometown.aol.com/annmarievl/mypottery.html Raku kiln building also available. Visit our web address for more details. SUNSET CERAMICS 110 S. 3rd St. PO Box 517 Montezuma, IA 50171 E-mail: ceramics@netins.net

641-623-2032

SYDNEY HEATH & SON LTD. 44-1782-839121 Bycars Rd., PO Box 1 Fax: 44-1782-839124 Burslem Stoke-on-Trent ST6 4SH, United Kingdom E-mail: sales@sydney-heath.co.uk Web: http://www.sydney-heath.co.uk Manufacturers and suppliers of Bespoke quality foam prod­ ucts and ancillary items for the ceramics industry. Established for over 125 years in Burslem, Staffordshire, the mother town of the UK ceramic industry, we supply all of the world’s major manufacturers and many smaller companies with their requirements. Go to our website to view the products. TECHNIQUE INC. 2980 N. Hayden Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85251 E-mail: info@techniqueceramics.com Web: http://techniqueceramics.com

480-947-5984 Fax: 480-947-1052

Technique is a 30-year-old wholesale/retail ceramics, pot­ tery and doll supply. We stock a wide variety of products from kilns and equipment to clays, tools and glazes. We service school, club, gov’t and wholesale/retail market. TEKA FINE LINE BRUSHES INC. 3704 Bedford Ave Brooklyn, NY 11229 E-mail: tekabrush@aol.com Web: http://www.tekabrush.com

718-692-2928 Fax: 718-692-2935

Teka has been making brushes for more than three decades. Integrity and quality have supported Teka’s efforts in supporting our clients with their own brand. Our essen­ tial ceramic accessory products possess the same quality as the brushes we make. TEXAS POTTERY SUPPLY & CLAY CO. 817-626-2529 365 Sansom Blvd. Fax:817-626-6226 Ft. Worth, TX 76179 Toll-free: 800-639-5456

STONEY RIDGE CERAMIC SUPPLY 918-773-5388 PO Box 1300 Toll-free: 918-773-6181 Vian, OK 74962 We deal in all Duncan products and A Touch of JR brush­ es. Both items are sold at a discount. Our customers are from the professional to the ceramic shop owner to the novice to the schools and parks. STOW POTTERS WHEELS 44-1239-654-300 4 Brocregin, Llangrannog Llandysul SA44 6AG, United Kingdom E-mail: b.guest@lamp.ac.uk Web: http://www.stow-potters-wheels.co.uk We are designers and manufacturers of 4 different types of potters wheels. From a small hand driven momentum wheel to a sophisticated powerful electric wheel, and a spe­ cial wheel for wheelchair users. Our original designs are covered by patents.

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THOMAS STUART WHEELS PO Box 9699 Denver, Co 80209-9699 E-mail: info@thomasstuart.com Web: http://www.thomasstuart.com

303-832-2128 Fax: 303-832-2124 Toll-free: 800-848-9565

Since 1970, Thomas Stuart has been manufacturing pot­ tery wheels for schools and professional studios. Both kickwheels and electric wheels built to meet the most stringent demands of professional and amateur potters alike. Our accessory carts can be used by potters using any style wheel. Our electric wheels are certified safe to ship via UPS.

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THORLEY REFRACTORIES INC. 562-633-2647 11616 Center St. Fax: 562-633-0604 South Gate, CA 90280 E-mail: thorleyr@aol.com Web: http://www.thorleyrefractories.com Established in 1944. Manufacture cordierite kiln furniture for dinnerware, tile, sanitaryware, glass, artware, hobby, electronics, and industrial applications. Products include kiln shelves, posts, saggers, crucibles, pizza oven slabs, baking stones, and specialty shapes.

feeders, etc., to process materials for the pottery and clay products industry.

VENT-A-KILN CORP. 621 Hertel Ave Buffalo, NY 14207 E-mail: info@ventakiln.com Web: http://www.ventakiln.com

716-876-2023 Fax: 716-876-4383

VULCAN KILNS 7623 Clyo Rd. Centerville, OH 45459

937-433-1833 Fax: 937-433-1833

Manufacturer of electric hobby kilns. Sales of kilns and kiln accessories. Kiln repair, all brands. TIN BARN POTTERY AT MANASSAS CLAY 703-330-1173 9122 Center St. Fax: 703-330-1040 Manassas, VA 20110 E-mail: fnew2@juno.com Web: http://www.manassasclay.com The alternative source for ceramic/pottery supplies in the metropolitan Washington, DC area. Clays, studios, classes and gallery.

TRI-STATE KILN SERVICE, INC. 571 Wilson Ave. Park City, IL 60085 E-mail: mrovner@worldnet.att.net Web: http://www.tristatekiln.com

847-623-2957 Fax: 847-599-8045

Sell and service all makes ofkilns (electric and gas), slab rollers, wheels and all kilnaccessories. We ship anywhere in the USA and service 100 mile radius of the Chicago area. TRIARCO ARTS & CRAFTS INC. 14650 28th Ave N Plymouth, MN 55447

763-559-5590 Fax:763-559-2215 Toll-free: 800-328-3360

TRINITY CERAMIC SUPPLY INC. 9016 Diplomacy Row Dallas, TX 75247-5304 E-mail: trincer@aol.com Web: http://www.trincer.com

214-631-0540 Fax: 214-637-6463

TUCKER’S POTTERY SUPPLIES INC. 15 W. Pearce St. No. 7 Richmond Hill, ON L4B1H6, Canada E-mail: tuckers@passport.ca Web: http://www.tuckerspottery.com

905-889-7705 Fax: 905-889-7707

Retailer, wholesaler, manufacturer, distributor. Mail order available, repairs. Clay, glazes, tools, kilns, pottery wheels, slab rollers, extruders, kiln elements, repair service. Twenty-seven years of experience. UNICAST DEVELOPMENT CORP. 345 Tompkins Ave. PO Box 242 Pleasantville, NY 10570

914-769-9100 Fax: 914-769-9373

Unicast manufactures materials and equipment, and pro­ vides technical services for the ceramic and precision cast­ ing metal industries worldwide.

WALKER CERAMICS (AUST) P/L 61 -3-97257255 55 Lusher Rd. Fax:61-3-97252289 Croydon VIC 3136, Australia E-mail: sales@walkerceramics.com.au Web: http://www.walkerceramics.com.au Pottery and ceramic materials supply specialists. We man­ ufacture clays, glazes, underglazes, liquid design colors for all uses and temperatures, as well as equipment, tools, brushes, etc. WALSH MOMENTUM WHEELS 44-1630-661-485 Clock Tower Workshop, The Stables, Chipnall Market Drayton, Salop TR9 2RB, United Kingdom WARD BURNER SYSTEMS PO Box 333 Dandridge, TN 37725 E-mail: wardburner@aol.com Web: http://www.wardburner.com

865-397-2914 Fax: 865-397-1253

WAVES OF GRAIN 1599 8th St. SE Minneapolis, MN 55415 Web: http://www.wavesofgrain.com

612-379-1210 Fax: 612-379-1504

WBB CERAMIC BODIES PO Box 442 56223 Ransbach Baumbach Germany E-mail: fuchskm@wbbfuchs.com Web: http://www.wbb.co.uk

49-2623-882853 Fax: 49-2623-882845

Suppliers of high-quality, consistently prepared ceramic bodies suitable for a wide range of ceramic applications. Production facilities in Germany, the Netherlands, Portugal and Brazil. WENDT POTTERY 2729 Clearwater Ave. Lewiston, ID 83501 E-mail: wendtpot@lewiston.com Web: http://www.wendtpottery.com

208-746-3724 Fax: 208-746-6968 Toll-free: 800-554-3724

WESTERWALD POTTERY 40 Pottery Ln. Scenery Hill, PA 15360

CHEMICALS 724-945-6000 Fax:724-945-5139

WHEEL TO WORK POTTERY 171 Charlie Braswell Rd. Goldsboro, NC 27530 E-mail: brguffordjr@hotmail.com Web: http://www.ceramic.4t.com

919-735-0500

WHISTLE PRESS PO Box 1006 Petal, MS 39465

601-544-8486 Fax: 601-544-8486

WISE DECAL 1013 Valley St. Dayton, OH 45404

937-223-1573 Fax: 937-223-1115 Toll-free: 888-660-9473

Manufacturers of custom-made ceramic and glass decals. We have a complete graphics/art department and friendly, dependable customer service. We offer a free fire on color card and free decal samples. WWW.POnERYTOOLS.COM 8200 Tonto PI. El Paso, TX 79904 E-mail: boblis7@earthlink.net Web: http://www.potterytools.com

915-751 -0296

Hand-crafted tools made of exotic hardwoods. Home of the bevel cutter, designed with Lana Wilson, to use in cutting angles in slabs to build boxes. Various degrees of angles available (make triangles, octagons, etc.). Unique tools by a woodworker in his one-car garage. Custom tools made on request. ZEMEX INDUSTRIAL MINERALS INC. 770-392-8660 1040 Crown Pointe Pkwy. Ste. 270 Fax: 770-392-8670 Atlanta, GA 30338-4777 E-mail: minerals@zemex.com Web: http://www.zemex.com/minerals Produce raw materials for the ceramic industry, including NC-4 (soda) and G-200 (potash) feldspars, EPK kaolin (from the Feldspar Corporation) and Pioneer Talc (from Suzorite Minerals Products, Inc.). Also produce barite, mica and industrial sand for various applications. ZERO REFRACTORIES INC. 15333 Racho Rd. Taylor, Ml 48180

734-374-2300 Fax: 734-374-0930

Custom blend coarse grain and fine grain clays. Package in bags, pails and drums.

We produce Helmer Kaolin, a replacement for Avery Kaolin in wood-fire bodies. We are also adding calcined Helmer and will soon make a line of custom insulating fire brick shapes to customer specifications.

UNIV. OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESS 215-898-6261 4200 Pine St. Fax:215-898-0404 Philadelphia, PA 19104 Toll-free: 800-445-9880 U.S. PIGMENT CORP. 135 Manchester Lane Bloomingdale, IL 60108 E-mail: uspigment@megsinet.net

630-893-9217 Fax: 630-893-4763 Toll-free: 800-472-9500

VALENTINE CLAYS 44-01782-271200 The Sliphouse 18-20 Chell St. Hanley Fax: 44-01782280008 Stoke-on-Trent ST1 6BA, United Kingdom E-mail: sales@valentineclays.co.uk Web: http://valentineclays.co.uk Valentine Clays based in the heart of the ‘Potteries’, England are suppliers of an extensive range of prepared clay bodies including fine bone china, parian, porcelains, stonewares, earthenwares, terracottas and Scarva Earthstone. VENCO PRODUCTS 29 Owen Rd Kelmscott WA 6111, Australia

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61-9-399-5265 Fax: 61-9-497-1335

WEST COAST KILN PO Box 2152 Lucerne Valley, CA 92356

WEST’S CERAMIC SUPPLY INC. 103 Bracken Rd. Montgomery, NY 12549

714-778-4354

845-457-3978 Fax: 845-457-5613

In the business of supplying customers needs for 26 years. We can fill your required pottery and casting supply needs, including raw materials, color, clay and equipment. We offer help with technical questions and service equipment, such as kilns and wheels. WESTERN CLAY MACHINERY SALES INC. 323-222-1141 5028 Alhambra Ave. Fax: 323-222-4590 Los Angeles, CA 90032 E-mail: wcs@deltanet.com Web: http://www.claymachinery.com Manufacturer of clay extruders, dies, mixers, hammermills,

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