New South Wales
41/159 Arthur Street, Homebush West, NSW 2140
P. 02 8756 5900 | F. 02 8756 5911
ABN 45 010 037 886
RAW MATERIALS 5
SCREEN PRINTING 15
JAPANESE TISSUE 16
FIRING SERVICE 18
NON-FIRED FINISHES 19
CLOCK MECHANISMS 19
D.I.Y. KILN MAINTENANCE 22
KILN FURNITURE 23
MONDAY-FRIDAY: 9AM – 4.30PM
SATURDAY: 9AM – 12PM
CLOSED FOR PUBLIC HOLIDAYS
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Pottery Supplies offer…
Materials & An extensive range of pottery materials and equipment. Our showrooms are open to the public in
Equipment both Brisbane and Sydney. All prices include 10% GST. Prices are subject to change without notice.
Firing Services We can fire to bisque, earthenware and stoneware. Other temperatures are available upon request.
Technical Advice If you need technical advice our trained staff members are happy to assist you.
Ordering Phone, mail, fax or email. Simply tell us what you need and provide us with your contact details.
Freight / Post / We can arrange delivery per your requirements. International & Interstate deliveries are available.
QLD Available in Brisbane – Postage and delays are possible.
NSW Available in Sydney – Postage and delays are possible.
Conditions of Sale
OPERATION AND JURISDICTION - All goods and services specified in this price list are offered subject to our standard Conditions of Sale as herein unless specifically
varied by us in writing.
Orders are accepted by us only on the terms that these Conditions of Sale shall be deemed to be incorporated in any contract arising there from.
Conditions sought to be imposed by a customer which conflict with these Conditions of Sale shall be applicable to any contract.
These Conditions of Sale shall be construed and operated in accordance with the law of the:
State of Queensland for purchase from Pottery Supplies, Queensland;
State of New South Wales for purchase from NSW Pottery Supplies, New South Wales;
Any contract incorporating these Conditions of Sale shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the:
Courts of the State of Queensland for purchase from Pottery Supplies, Queensland;
Courts of the State of New South Wales for purchase from NSW Pottery Supplies, New South Wales.
LIMIT OF LIABILITY - All warranties, guarantees and conditions other than those herein expressed or specifically referred to whether implied by Common Law,
Statute, Custom of the Trade or otherwise are hereby expressly excluded. We accept no liability for any consequential loss, damage or expense of any kind arising
from, or in consequence of, any fault or defect of any nature whatsoever.
We can accept no liability for death, injury, loss or damage of any kind whatsoever whether to person or property however caused, arising out of or in connection
with any materials, goods or service supplied by us.
We accept no liability in respect of loss or damage to third parties caused directly or indirectly by any materials, goods or services supplied by us and we shall be
indemnified at all times by the customer against such loss or damage.
Goods supplied may safely be used for the purpose specified, and within the limitations set out in the manufacturer’s guidelines, providing normally accepted
methods of use are employed. We accept no liability where goods are used other than for the purposes specified, and within the limitations set out in the
MATERIALS - Materials should be sample tested for suitability before use. It is important to prove their effectiveness under the particular conditions that they are to
be subjected to. The buyer must make all claims within SEVEN days from receipt of materials and in no circumstances will the sellers be liable for any loss in excess
of the contract price of the materials supplied.
DESCRIPTIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS - All descriptions and specifications, including drawings, particulars of weights and dimensions submitted in writing or stated
verbally, and the descriptions and illustrations contained in our catalogues, price lists and other literature are intended merely to present a general idea of the
goods described and shall not form part of the contract. In accordance with our policy of continual improvement of products, we reserve the right to change the
specification or delete items from our catalogues, price lists and other literature without prior notice.
PERFORMANCE - All performance figures and information given by us are based on information supplied by the manufacturers and are such as they expect to
obtain in a test situation. We accept no liability if this information is not obtained.
KILNS, MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT - These are sold under their own guarantee conditions and time period. A non-refundable 25% deposit is required per
order for kilns, machinery and equipment.
DELIVERY - Although we make every effort to give prompt delivery and to comply with stated delivery dates, we cannot accept liability for any loss or damage due
to delay outside our control.
CARRIAGE AND INSURANCE - When goods are despatched by third-party carrier, insurance is the responsibility of the customer and if requested with the
nominated carrier under the conditions of carriage offered. Off loading & moving into position shall solely be the responsibility of the customer.
PRICES - Prices in our current catalogue and price lists supersede those given in previous publications and are subject to alteration without notice. Such prices,
including any given verbally, are intended for guidance only and unless otherwise agreed in writing, orders will be invoiced at prices ruling at date of despatch. All
prices quoted are ex our store and despatched freight forward unless otherwise arranged.
Unless otherwise stated all quotations are made without engagement. No binding contract shall be created by acceptance by the customer of a quotation unless
CONFIRMED IN WRITING BY OURSELVES. All quotations are valid for a period of 1 CALENDAR MONTHS.
PAYMENT - We allow credit to Education Establishments and similar bodies and we allow credit to other customers by prior arrangement and on productions of
acceptable trade and bankers’ references.
Payment of credit accounts is NETT 30 days from statement date. Non-compliance will result in the automatic withdrawal of credit facilities.
The company may also charge the purchaser any legal costs incurred in recovering a debt when notice has been provided to the purchaser that the payment is
Goods remain the property of Pottery Supplies and/or NSW Pottery Supplies until payment is received in full.
Prices are correct at the date of printing but are subject to change without notice. Errors and omissions excepted. (E & O.E.)
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Name - Name of the clay.
Colour - The colour of the clay when fired in oxidation.
Use – Some recommended uses: HB - Hand Building, P – Pressing, R – Raku, T – Throwing, W – Woodfiring.
Mesh - Size/coarseness of the clay body particles.
% - The approximate percentage by which clay can be expected to shrink wet to fired.
Range - The temperatures to which the manufacturer recommends that the clay can be fired.
PLEASE NOTE:: ½ Tonne and Mixed Tonne orders receive a 5% discount. Straight tonne orders receive a 10% discount.
CODE NAME COLOUR USE MESH % RANGE
BBTCP Buff Terracotta Paperclay Buff Terracotta HB Med. Fine 6 1100°C
BWE White Earthenware White T 80 6 1080-1150°C
BTC Tile Clay Terracotta HB 16 1160°C
BWE Earthenware Paperclay White HB Fine 7 1000-1150°C
BSGP Grogged SW Paperclay White HB 30 10 1280°C
BWSPG Stoneware Paperclay White HB Fine 11 1260-1280°C
BPPG Gold Label Porcelain P/Clay White HB / T Fine 13 1260-1280°C
CODE NAME COLOUR USE MESH % RANGE
CCTC CTC – Terracotta Rich Red T / HB 60 6 1100-1140°C
CWHC WHC – Earthenware Vivid White HB 30 1080-1120°C
CSCH School Clay – Earthenware Cream / White HB / T 60 6 1100-1180°C
CSWE SWE – Blend Cream / White T / HB 120 13 1040-1260°C
CTWE TWE – Earthenware White T/P 120 6 1080-1120°C
CPE Paperclay – Earthenware Cream / White HB 60 8 1100°C
CMFQ MFQ – Mid Fire White T/P 120 11 1150-1200°C
CTMK TMK – Mid Fire / Stoneware White T 200 12
CJB1 JB1 – Porcelain White T 120 11 1220-1300°C
CJB3 JB3 – Stoneware White T 120 11 1240-1300°C
CLGH LGH – Stoneware Light cream T / HB / R 60 12 1240-1320°C
CRGH RGH – Stoneware Light tan T / HB / R 60 13 1240-1320°C
CRSF RSF – Stoneware Cream / White T / HB 60 12.5 1250-1320°C
CYG YG – Stoneware Yellow T 45 13 1240-1340°C
CKAG Kagero – Paul Davis Clay Buff T / HB 16 10 1300-1340°C
CWSP WSP – Porcelain White T 120 13 1260-1300°C
CSWS SWS – Porcelain White T / HB 80 13 1260-1300°C
CCIP Cool Ice – Porcelain White T Extra fine 1180-1240°C
CSIP Southern Ice – Porcelain White T Extra fine 14 1260-1300°C
CSIPP Southern Ice – P/Clay White HB Fine 14 1260-1300°C
CSCF Sculptural Fine - Blend Cream / White HB / R 30 10 1050-1300°C
CSC Sculptural Coarse - Blend Cream / White HB / R / W 16 10 1050-1300°C
CODE NAME COLOUR USE MESH % RANGE
FSTC School Terracotta Terracotta HB / T Medium 11 1020-1100°C
FRR Red Raku Terracotta HB / R Coarse 9.5 1020-1100°C
FBRS Buff Raku Sand Buff HB / R Coarse 9 1000-1100°C
FRM Red Midfire Terracotta Red HB / T Medium 12 1020-1200°C
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FBRT Buff Raku Trachyte Buff HB / R Coarse 12 1000-1280°C
CODE NAME COLOUR USE MESH % RANGE
KTC Terracotta Pale Terracotta T / HB Medium 13 1100-1170°C
KRTC Red Terracotta Rich Red T 100 10 1080-1100°C
K37 No 37 White EW White T 100 8 1080-1100°C
KEG EW Grogged Terracotta HB Coarse 11 1080-1100°C
KTCP Terracotta P/Clay Medium Red HB / T 12 1080-1100°C
K37P No 37 White EW P/Clay White HB / T 100 8 1080-1100°C
K5 No 5 Light Buff T / HB 60 14 1300°C
K7 No 7 White T 100 14 1250-1300°C
K33 No 33 Grey T / HB 60 13 1300°C
KF Flash Buff T/W 200 13 1280-1300°C
KP Porcelain White T 100 13 1200-1300°C
K181 181 Porcelain White T Fine 13 1200-1300°C
KWRP White Raku Paperclay White HB / T 60 12 1100-1280°C
KWSP White SW Paperclay White HB / T 14 1100-1280°C
KPP Porcelain Paperclay White HB / T 12 1300°C
KSK Special K White T / HB 16/60 1000-1300°C
KRT Raku T Buff T / HB 60 12 1000-1300°C
KWR White Raku White T / HB / R 60 12 1100-1300°C
CODE NAME COLOUR USE MESH % RANGE
WWE White Earthenware White T/P 80 8.5 1060-1250°C
WNO10 No 10 Stoneware White T/P 80 11.6 1250-1300°C
WPB103 PB103 Stoneware White T/P 120 12 1280-1300°C
WSWP Superior White Porcelain White T Ball Milled 12.5 1240-1300°C
WIP Imperial Porcelain 4317 White T Extra Fine 11 1220-1300°C
WWHB White Handbuilding Off White HB / P 30 7 1060-1300°C
WSCH School EW SW Off White HB / T 30 9 1060-1300°C
WWS White Stoneware White T Fine 13.5 1060-1300°C
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CODE NAME COLOUR USE MESH % RANGE
NPS2000 Northcote PS2000 Terracotta Salmon Pink HB / T Medium 1000-1050°C
NWEB Northcote WEB Earthenware Creamy White T / HB 10 9.5 1050-1100°C
BENTC Bennett’s Terracotta Red Terracotta T Fine 12 1050-1200°C
CODE DESCRIPTION WEIGHT
NNFC2.2 NO FIRE CLAY 2.2 Litre Pail. Dries to white colour 3.8 KG
NNFC4 NO FIRE CLAY 4 Litre Pail. Dries to white colour 7.2 KG
EGYPT Egyptian Paste - Body creates its own glaze in drying & firing. Fire 850-950°C 1 KG
EGYPT Egyptian Paste - Body creates its own glaze in drying & firing. Fire 850-950°C 5 KG
WALKERS 1kg 5kg
WWE-P White Earthenware / Midfire $4.50 $10.75
WALKER NO10 No. 10 Porcelainous SW $4.00 $8.95
WALKER TC Terra Cotta Concentrate (to colour white EW powder) $10.90 $43.50
WA-P Auscraft $4.50 $12.25
CODE NAME DESCRIPTION RANGE %
KJC-S J-Cast Slip Fine white body 1060-1250°C 8.8% at 1250°C
CCIP-S Cool Ice Porcelain Slip Translucent White 1180-1240°C
CSIP-S Southern Ice Porcelain Slip Translucent White 1260-1300°C 14% at 1300°C
WWE-S White Earthenware Slip Fine white body 1060-1100°C
WALKER 10 No. 10 Porcelainous Slip Fine white body 1280-1300°C 12.5% at 1300°C
WSWP-S Superior White Porcelain Slip Fine porcelain body 8.8% at 1250°C
DECORATING SLIPS 1000–1180°C
NAME COLOUR 250 ML 500 ML 1 LTR NAME COLOUR
CS5138 Tan $9.40 $13.00 $17.10 CS5145 Charcoal
CS5139 Brown $9.40 $13.00 $17.10 CS5147 Deep Blue
CS5140 Primrose $13.70 $19.00 $25.50 CS5148 Pink
CS5141 White N/A N/A $8.60 CS5149 Black
CS5142 Wedgwood Blue $10.20 $14.20 $18.80 CS5332 Rose
CS5143 Green $10.20 $14.20 $18.80 S4976 Terrasigillata
CS5144 Green – Pastel $12.80 $17.90 $23.90
CGE2 Purple CGE3 Dark Blue CGE4 Light Blue CGE5 Dark Green CGE6 Light Green
CGE7 Orange CGE8 Yellow CGE9 Black CGE11 White CGE14 Sunflower
CGE15 Cornflower Blue CGE16 Desert Orange CGE18 Jade CGE17 Port Wine CGE21 Light Lilac
B5139 White base coat EW
Stoneware Walkers WCB21
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Alumina Calcined 100#
Alumina Calcined 300#
Alumina Hydrate 240#
Ball Clay ‘FX’
Barium Carbonate - Granular
Bentonite – Imported
Bone Ash – Synthetic
Calcite (Whiting) Omy Carb. 20
China Clay – Kaolin – Eckalite 1
China Clay – Kaolin – Q38
Cornish Stone – Synthetic
Dolomite – Local
Fireclay – Standard
Grog – Fine
Gum – CMC
Magnesium Carbonate– Light
Magnesium Carbonate– Heavy
Plaster – Potters Plaster
Salt - Coarse
Silica Sand 30#
Soda Ash – Dense
Wax – Paraffin
Zircon Opacifine 5
Zircon Sand QLD
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RAW MATERIALS (LIQUID)
Dispex – (ml)
Liquid Soap (ml)
Sodium Silicate (ml)
Wax Emulsion (ml)
RAW MATERIALS - OTHER
APT II Ceramic Earthenware Enhancer
Brushing Medium – For glazes, underglazes etc.
SY 545 Patch-A-Tatch Greenware Mender 118 ml
OXIDES / COLORANTS
Chromium Oxide (chrome)
Copper Oxide – Black [cupric)
Iron Oxide – Red (ferric, local)
Iron Oxide – Black (ferrous)
Iron Oxide – Yellow Ochre
Chrome Oxide Strong, versatile oxide normally producing greens but gives reds and yellows in some lead glazes, brown in presence of zinc. In presence of tin, a chrome–tin pink is produced in glazes high in
CaO in oxidation.
Cobalt Oxide / Carb Used from 0.05 – 0.5% in transparent glazes, 0.1 – 2% in opaque glazes, 1– 10% in slips and clay bodies. Carbonate disperses more evenly than Cobalt Oxide. Tinting strength is about 65% of the
Copper Oxide / Carb Oxide: In oxidisation, 2% produces strong green, 5% metallic black. Up to 10% may be used in slips/clay bodies, colour variations from yellow brown and green. Copper Carb has 65% the strength
of Copper Oxide. Disperses more evenly. Strong flux. In lead glazes it gives jade green; alkaline glazes, turquoise; reduction, reds to salmons. High percentages produce black.
Iron Oxide BLACK - Higher iron content than Red Iron Oxide, gives darker colours. In reduction: 0.5–1.5% produces light cool greens and green–browns, 2–4% olive to brown, 4–8% + brown to black. RED -
Most used form of iron (0.5–15%) in oxidised slips and bodies; oranges, terracottas & browns, up to 10% in reduction – grey to black. In glazes 1–3% for pale hues, 3–6% medium to dark, 6–10%+
dark browns/black. YELLOW OCHRE - A natural form of iron oxide containing clay which gives yellow to brown colours (3–8%).
Manganese Dioxide 1–4% for pale-medium colour, 4–6% for deep brown. >4% in combination with rutile/ iron/ ilmenite may give crystalline surface. Up to 8% gives brown bodies / slips; larger percentages will make
vitrifying slips / slip glazes when fired over 1120°C. Strong flux.
Nickel Oxide Brownish greens, browns and greys in glazes. The colours obtained from nickel tend to be rather uncertain (‘fickle nickel’) and is therefore generally used to modify or darken colours obtained
from other oxides. In high zinc stoneware glazes a yellow or blue can be obtained in reduction (0.1–3%). Very refractory, will raise firing temperature of a glaze.
Tin Oxide Widely used, effective opacifier; results are pleasing and dependable, even, smooth & glossy. Soft white colour. 8–15% in glaze usually gives full opacity, 4–7% for semi–opaque. Less suitable for
reduction. With chromium, produces chrome–tin pinks.
Zinc Oxide 5–15% produces opaque, matte, crystalline effects. Can be used to supplement opacifiers. Zinc influences colour depending on fluxes present. Best with cobalt / copper, variable with iron /
manganese. 1–4% contributes to opacity with Zirconium.
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FRIT NOTE TYPE OLD #
4101 Lead free, high alkaline. For Raku glazes and to increase thermal 5301
4108 Lead free, calcium borosilicate. Special effects in Raku. Low 4508, 3134,
alumina. Can soften glaze. 1077
4110 Lead free, soft, sodium borosilicate. High alkaline. Good with 3110, 1078
copper turquoises & manganese purples.
4113 Lead free, hard, clear borosilicate. Good for colour development. 4712
4124 Lead free, calcium borosilicate. 3124
4193 Lead free, hard, clear, barium borosilicate. Not for use with 938
underglazes: Contains zinc oxide.
FRIT SOFT C.O.E. Mol Wt CaO Na2O K2O ZnO PbO Al2O3 SiO2 B2O3 BaO F2
4101 538°C 99 x 10–7/K
4108 618°C 78 x 10–7/K 229 0.68 0.32 0.07 2.00 0.63
4110 575°C 96 x 10–7/K 280 0.29 0.64 0.07 0.10 3.01 0.10
4113 652°C 69 x 10–7/K 353 0.60 0.27 0.13 0.35 3.47 0.64
4124 622°C 74 x 10–7/K 266 0.68 0.28 0.04 0.16 2.56 0.55
4193 653°C 64 x 10–7/K 308 0.51 0.19 0.10 0.10 0.20 2.86 0.62 0.1
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DECO Clear Gloss Glazes
Brush–on, Leadless, Earthenware.
Superior Clear Glaze – 1040–1140°C
Clear gloss glaze - Earthenware
An unleaded glossy transparent glaze for firing at earthenware temperatures. Good Underglaze colour response.
Application & Storage
DECO Superior Clear may be applied to either green or bisqued ware by brushing, dipping, spraying, and pouring. Stir contents of jar thoroughly
before use. Using a well laden hake brush, apply 3 flowing coats to bisque in opposite directions. Allow each coat to dry between applications. Dilute
with water only if dipping or spraying. Keep lid on tightly. Store in cool, dry conditions; out of sunlight.
Superior Clear has been formulated for firing in a fully oxidised atmosphere within the firing range: 1040-1140°C. Tests should be conducted if used
outside these parameters. The maturing of the glaze will depend on the kiln conditions such as kiln load and the overall heat work (heating rate and
soak time). It is recommended to perform a soak period at peak temperature of at least 30 minutes. Suitability of this glaze should be checked in test
firings before full-scale production.
DECO Special Effects Glazes
Classic Crackle Effect – 1080–1120°C
Celadon Clear Crackle Persian Blue Iceberg
Crackle Ink 25mL
Classic Crackle FX
Stir the glaze before use and apply three generous coats in opposite directions to the bisqued surface, with the first coat lightly diluted to assist
application and avoid pinholing. Thick application will assist colour development in both the Persian Blue and Celadon glazes as well as increase the size
of the crackle after firing. The Clear crackle, on the other hand, needs to be thinly applied to retain its clarity and three diluted coats are recommended
here. As a general rule, underglaze decoration under the Clear Crackle should appear as a faint image after the application of the third and final coat.
After firing and when cooled, the finished piece should be removed from the kiln using gloves or a clean towel to avoid oil or hand creams from the
skin clogging the craze patterns. The piece should be allowed to sit for 24 hours or until the desired craze pattern is achieved. A tissue, to which a good
quality black drawing ink has been applied, can then be rubbed over the fired glaze surface, using circular motions until the inking is complete.
Following this, a damp clean tissue or rag can be used to remove excess ink. If the Matt Crackle glazes have become stained with ink during this process,
they should be allowed to dry for an hour before cleaning with a damp scourer and a mild abrasive such as alumina or silica powder or Jif cream
cleanser followed by rinsing off with clean water.
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Earthenware Glazes 1060 – 1100°C
Brush On, leadless except those that are marked with ** contain lead.
CODE DESCRIPTION CODE DESCRIPTION CODE DESCRIPTION
EG100 Coffee EG323 Jellow Yellow EG795 Purple
EG101 Liquorice EG325 Satsuma Orange EG809 Blue
EG103 Banana EG334 Black Star EG857 Light Orange
EG104 Pistachio EG351 Clear Gloss EG859 Ultramarine
EG105 Mandarin EG362 Clear Satin EG861 Pink Peach
EG156 Fiesta Pink EG363 Clear Matt EG863 Turquoise
EG199 Mulberry EG364 Black Gloss EG902 Lime Green
EG229 Daffodil Yellow EG366 Rockingham
EG230 Blue Green Mottle EG389 Pewter
EG250 Honey EG444 Tin White Gloss EG324** Rococo Red
EG271 White Gloss EG525 Italian Green EG346** Gold
EG290 White Matt EG532 Peacock EG371** Gold Olive Gloss
EG311 White Crackle EG634 Jade
Stoneware Glazes 1280 – 1300°C
CODE DESCRIPTION CODE DESCRIPTION CODE DESCRIPTION
SG265 White Gloss SG624 Jade Satin SG910 Lime Crystal
SG277 Mottled Blue Grey SG670 Ming SG911 Blue Gloss
SG416 Yellow Fleck SG825 Antique SG920 Shino Style
SG562 Robin Egg SG860 Tomato Red SG921 Chun Style
SG600 Tin Blue SG900 Black Gloss SG922 Fat White Crackle
SG620 AME SW SG905 Gold Crystal SG923 Celadon Style
NAME DESCRIPTION NOTE FIRING RANGE
BEG21 White NSW 1040–1140°C
CSG220 Clear NSW 1260–1300°C – Ball milled
BMG140 Clear – Brush-On NSW For Clayworks Cool Ice
CMG140 Clear – Dip Glaze NSW For Clayworks Cool Ice
NAME DESCRIPTION NOTE FIRING RANGE
KMG191D White Majolica 1080–1140°C
KMG203D Clear Earthenware 1040–1140°C
KMG216D Matt Base 1040–1100°C
KMG271D Clear Midfire 1040–1240°C
BG220 White Crackle NSW 1080–1140°C
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Cesco Brush–On Flowrite Glazes –2ppm Lead Free Glaze
–2ppm: When used in accordance with the manufacturer’s directions, this glaze will yield less than 2 parts per million of soluble lead and
complies with the permissible limits for glazed food or beverage ware.
B5295 Raku Gloss 980–1080°C
B5223 Earthenware Gloss 1080–1100°C
B5381A Earthenware Gloss 1040–1120°C
B5600 Earthenware Matt 1080–1100°C
B6000 Earthenware Crackle 1040–1120°C
B5490 Midfire Gloss 1180–1240°C
B4914 Stoneware Gloss 1260–1320°C
RAKU –2ppm 1080–1100°C
B5296 White Opaque
GLOSS –2ppm 1080–1100°C
B1042 Turquoise Blue B5262 Oyster White
B3530 White Opaque B5262BS QLD Oyster White Speckled
B4986 Oatmeal B5264 Honey
B5261 Avocado B5266 Grey Jade
B5278 Pumpkin B5281 Copper Turquoise
B5279 Forest Green B5282 Turquoise Green
B5285 Rockingham Brown B5287 QLD Dark Brown
B5286 Yellow Opaque B5292 Drake Neck Green
B5294 Red Brown B5467 Apricot
B5387 Pewter B5470 Tan
B5389 Pink B5477 Twilight
B5394 Apple B5480 Honey Gold
B5400 Salmon Pink B5482 Mint Green
B5414 Light Grey B5483 Caramel
B6001 QLD White Crackle
B5267 Burgundy B5277 Purple
B5283 Royal Blue B5284 Black
B5491 Hot Orange B5492 Brick Red
OPALENE GLOSS –2ppm 1080–1120°C
B5192 Jade Blue B5198 Peacock Blue
B5193 QLD Opal White B5199 Mist Jade
B5194 Mist Blue B5200 Mist Green
B5195 Mist Grey B5201 Plum
B5197 Midnight Blue
STONEWARE GLOSS –2ppm 1260–1320°C
B4915 White Opaque B5168 QLD Royal Blue
B5472 Cocoa B5474 Autumn
B5473 Denim B5475 Lavender
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Cesco Brush-On +2ppm Leaded Glazes
+2ppm: These glazes contain fritted lead and may yield in excess of 2 parts per million (+2ppm) of soluble lead under certain conditions of application and
firing. These glazes should not be used on food and beverage contact surfaces.
MEDIUM +2ppm 1080–1100°C
PB INTERGLAZE Glaze Flow Medium
CLEAR +2ppm 1080–1100°C
BG 2 Earthenware Clear Gloss
GLOSS +2ppm 1080–1100°C
B5106 Green (transparent)
B5160 Olive Green
B5186 Honey Flame
B5185 Crackle Goldene B5323 Silver
MATT +2ppm 1040–1080°C
B4146 Bronze Green B5163 Ebony
B5158 Seadrift B5165 Sand
B5159 Walnut Brown
RUTILE MATT +2ppm 1000–1040°C
B5038 Green Gold B5136 Sand
B5039 Seadrift B5137 Pebble Green
B5040 Walnut Brown B5138 Ebony
B5041 Steel Blue B5386 Seafoam
B5042 Golden Tan B5402 Apricot
B5043 Yellow Gold
CADMIUM +2ppm 1000–1040°C
BF5128 Daffodil Yellow BF5131 Flambé Red
BF5129 Tangerine Orange BF5133 Lime Green
BF5130 Signal Red BF5154 Burnt Orange
Cesco Powdered Glazes –2ppm Lead Free Glazes
* P l e as e no te t h at powdered glazes are not kept in stock and can only be ordered depending on availability.
Add approximately 1kg of dry glaze to 600 ml of water and allow to stand overnight or longer.
Sieve. Repeat if necessary. – Should be smooth consistency of pouring cream. Adjust by adding or removing water. A small amount of glaze
suspender may be necessary. Keep the glaze well stirred whilst dipping. Glaze no thicker than 1mm.
S5295 Raku Gloss 980–1080°C
S5223 Earthenware Gloss 1080–1100°C
S5381A Earthenware Gloss 1040–1120°C
S5313 Midfire Gloss 1180–1240°C
S4914 Stoneware Gloss 1260–1320°C
POOLING –2ppm 1020–1100°C
PF1 Diamond S5167 Turquoise S5175 Amethyst S5174 Sapphire S5179 Emerald S5276 Purple
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DECO Brush–On Underglaze
Colour charts are available.
Can be used over raw-glaze, on bisque and greenware.
Can be fired to all temperatures except ones marked * - Can burnout over 1250°C or give poor results if mixed together.
DU01 Wattle DU06 Icing DU07 Jacaranda* DU13 Pacific DU15 Azure
DU18 Marine DU19 Lagoon DU20 Spearmint DU21 Lime DU22 Jungle
DU25 Ochre DU26 Cocoa DU27 Sepia DU30 Coconut DU32 Citrus
DU34 Teddybear DU35 Skin DU36 Cream DU37 Butter DU40 Tuscany
DU14 Sky DU23 Bluegum DU24 Daintree
DU02 Mango DU05 Galah DU09 Ozone * DU11 Berry * DU12 Flamingo *
DU03 Papaya DU28 Licorice DU33 Iris DU42 Firecracker
DU04 Watermelon DU08 Mauve *
TRIAL KIT - 7 colours x 15ml
Cesco Brush–On Underglaze
All colours except UG17 Orange can be intermixed.
CESCO BRUSH ON UNDERGLAZES ARE NOW ONLY STABLE TO EARTHENWARE TEMPERATURES.
UG1 Arctic Blue UG2 Rose* UG3 Grey UG4 Puce*
UG5 Forest Green UG6 Turtle Brown UG7 Amulet Green UG10 Reef Gold
UG11 Cobalt Blue UG12 Ebony Black UG13 White UG14 Celeste
UG15 Violet* UG16 Fawn UG17 Orange* UG18 Blue Grey
UG21 Jade UG22 Red Brown UG24 Flesh Pink* UG25 Chocolate Brown
UG26 Maroon* UG27 Mint Green UG29 Purple*
UG9 Deep Blue UG20 Victoria Green UG23 Daffodil Yellow UG28 Nasturtium
UG8 Brick Red UG19 Royal Blue UG30 Flame
UG31 Hot Orange
UG32 Bright Red
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Trailers - Onglaze
CODE DESCRIPTION SIZE
KERA ONGLAZE KIT OGBR1 Black OGBR16 White OBGR9 Canary OGBR33 Blue OGBR132 Bright OGBR100 6 x 30 ml
Lagoon Red Emerald Green
OGBRM Onglaze Brushing Medium - Sealant 120 ml
Trailers – Underglaze
CODE DESCRIPTION SIZE
KERA U/G TRAILER BGUT1 Black BGUT5 Indigo BGUT8 Lilac BGUT16 White BGUT132 Bright 30 ml
KERA PEN SQUEEZE TYPE Pen - Standard Nib Squeeze Type 30 ml
CODE DESCRIPTION SIZE
KERA PEN INK Bright Red Blue Lagoon Canary Black Emerald Green Indigo Red Brown 60 ml
Fluid Writer Pen CD3301
Chalks & Pencils
CODE DESCRIPTION SIZE
UNDERGLAZE CHALKS Bordeaux Red, Orange, Canary, Emerald, Indigo, Lilac, Black, Red Brown 8 chalks
UNDERGLAZE PENCILS Black, Blue, Brown, Green, Pink, Red, Yellow single
FOUNDATION COAT Foundation Coat – To seal chalks and pencils before glazing. (spray) 120 ml
These stains can be used as body, underglaze and glaze stains. Stable to 1300°C+ except where indicated with an *, suitable to 1250°C.
Please note that all stains are subject to change due to availability.
CODE NAME CODE NAME
CK13074 Black 13L5077 Matt Blue
CT1701 Black 6387 Mulberry
C220944 Blue 14M955 Pink
CT1503 Blue C279496 Red
CK12021 Burgundy K5997 Red
CT1108 Coral CT1800 Red Brown
CT1201 Golden Brown CK14028 Sea Green
6319 Lavender CT1597 Turquoise
CX16104 Lilac 13T5055 White
CT1202 Mandarin CT1301 Yellow
6020 Manganese Alumina Pink
Onglaze Enamel Stains
CODE NAME CODE NAME
93K1001 Green 93T1001 White
93M1000 Poppy Red
93L1000 Sky Blue
93E1000 Jet Black
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Screen Printing Colours
For application on greenware or bisque.
CODE DESCRIPTION CODE DESCRIPTION
UGPR1 Black UGPR9 Canary Yellow
UGPR5 Blue – Indigo UGPRM Clear Medium
UGPR33 Blue – Lagoon UGPR100 Emerald Green
UGPR132 Bright Red UGPR54 Verdant Green
UGPR12 Chilli UGPR16 White
Print Gocco – Screen Maker
NEHOC Ceramic Printing Kit NEHOC Screen Mount Frame 120x180mm
NEHOC Print Lamp(s) NEHOC Screen Mount Frame 180x240mm
NEHOC Blue Filter – 2 Pack NEHOC Silk Screen 70# 1m
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Can be applied to raw or bisqued pieces and pre-fired underglaze. Cover with clear glaze.
Basket Weave Cherry Blossom Chrysanthemum Clover Cubic Curlicue - Delicate
Curlicue - Heavy Daisy Daisy Carpet Dotted Fan Florentine Leaf Flowers & Bars
Lily Spray Maple - Blue Mosaic Paisley - Black Paisley - Blue Paisley - Painted
Paisley - Red Scribbled Flower Spiral - Black Star Flower Waving Grasses Blossom
SAMPLE PACK (8 samples) HALF SHEET (410 x 290 mm) SHEET (590 x 410 mm)
Apple Blossom - Blue Apple Blossom - Pink Camellia Daisy Flower Daisy & Leaf Grapevine
In the Wind - Pink Mixed Flower - Pink Paisley - Swirled Roses Butterflies Owls
Cottage Flowers Cartoon Animals
SAMPLE PACK - 8 samples - SHEET - 460 x 340 mm -
Geisha Boys Playing Bamboo Painted Dragonflies Landscape Stork in the Reeds
SHEET - 300 x 300 mm -
JC COLOUR JCS COLOUR NC COLOUR NC 5 COLOUR JC RAISED PLAIN
Two Flowers Two Colour Cranes Florentine & Curlicue Bud Bright Flower Raised Paisley
(460 x 340 mm) (300 x 300 mm) (590 x 410 mm) (590 x 410 mm) (460 x 340 mm)
*Full Sheet Only
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Ð – Discontinued when stock is depleted
LUSTRE NOTE LUSTRE NOTE
Black Light Blue Ð
Bright Gold Mother of Pearl
Bright Platinum Purple Violet Ð
Copper Rembrandt Ð
Grey Topaz Grey
THINNERS & GOLD PEN
Gold & Platinum Thinner
Lustre Thinning Oil
Lustres may be fired on glass and glazed ceramic. For best results the lustre should be applied to clean glazed surfaces with
a flat, synthetic–bristle brush, evenly. A much thinner application should be used if firing on glass. Too heavy coat will blister
or flake. Uneven coats may cause variations.
o Mother of Pearl should be applied in a crisscross manner and stippled to bring out the mottled characteristic.
Lustresvary in viscosity and workability. Those that appear thick and tacky can be conditioned by adding a few drops of
Lustre Thinner. Lustres may be also thinned further and applied by spraying.
Theideal firing in any particular kiln is best determined by experience. The following ranges serve as an initial guide:
o Earthenware 640–740°C
o Bone China 680–760°C
o Porcelain 760–820°C
Toptemperatures should be approached slowly during ‘smoking off’ stage. Kiln door should be left open slightly until ware
has smoked off. Above 500°C, the door should be closed and fired to maturity.
Thekiln may be switched off once top temperature is reached or may be soaked for about 30 minutes. Under–fired
decoration will wipe off. Over fired will sink into the glaze and lose its appeal.
The kiln should not be crowded. Allow sufficient space to permit complete burning off of the combustible matter in the
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White Stoneware, ready to decorate and fire to 1280°C.
Please note that these may vary as they are hand-made.
DESCRIPTION APPROXIMATE DIMENSIONS
Bowl – Large 35 cm x 13 cm
Bowl – Medium 28 cm x 12 cm
Bowl – Small 19 cm x 8 cm
Bowl – Dip 13 cm x 5 cm
Bowl – Mini 7 cm x 2 cm
Mug – Coffee 8 cm x 12 cm
Plate – Side 20 cm
Plate – Dinner 28 cm
Platter – Large 35 cm
Vase 25 cm high
Japanese Tea Bowl 7 cm x 7 cm
Tiles – Earthenware
Buff earthenware, ready to decorate and fire to 1100°C.
DIMENSIONS (CM) DIMENSIONS (INCHES)
10.8 x 10.8 cm 4.5 x 4.5
15 x 15 cm 6x6
TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
Pottery Supplies take all care and no responsibility for loss or damage and reserves the right to refuse any items which
we feel may cause problems.
Firings will only be done when kiln is full. If work is needed urgently, the whole kiln space can be hired i.e. full kiln load
You must supply specific details of the clay and / or glazes used or your work cannot be fired.
The base and 5mm from the base must be free from glaze.
Your work and your boxes must be clearly named or may not be returned to you.
All work left at Pottery Supplies for longer than 2 months will incur storage charges. After 3 months, work will be
Please note: there is a non-refundable %50 deposit to secure a kiln booking for a full kiln.
Please note: you are responsible for any damage your work causes to Pottery Supplies kilns and / or shelves; you are
liable for replacement costs.
Earthenware glaze firing 1120°C
Stoneware glaze firing 1280°C maximum
FULL KILN BOOKINGS
Full Kiln Large (dimensions 600 x 600 x 750 mm)
*Specific Firings outside temperatures above will be charged at full kiln prices.
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Oxidising Patina (100ml)
Real Copper Paint (100ml)
Real Iron Paint (100ml)
Copper or Iron Finish on Fired Clay
1. Apply Copper/Iron Paint to base. Allow to dry.
2. Apply Copper/Iron Paint to all other surfaces and allow coat to dry.
a. If desired, the oxidising patina may be applied over this to give an aged– copper / rusty effect.
3. Seal with varnish.
L3 L6 M1 M10 S13
Available in: Available in: Available in: Available in: Available in:
Black Black Black Black Black
Gold 113mm long Gold Gold 39mm long
75mm long 55mm long 75mm long
Roman Arabic Classic
I II III IV 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
V VI VII VIII 5 6 7 8 5 6 7 8
IX X XI XII 9 10 11 12 9 10 11 12
Available in: Available in: Available in:
Gold – 25 mm tall N4 Gold – 12 mm tall N29 Gold – 12 mm tall
Black – 25 mm tall N4 Black – 12 mm tall N32 Gold – 25 mm tall
Each movement comes complete with your choice of hands & numbers, and a set of instructions.
Will run up to 3 years on one AA size battery (not included).
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Tetlow Electric Kilns
Heavy gauge stainless steel cases.
Simple designs, rugged components & top quality materials.
Hot face insulating bricks, with additional.
Elements are made from Kanthal A1 wire.
Kilns are fitted with energy regulator, safety switch & pilot light.
All kilns are capable of firing to 1300°C
F/L = Front Loading, T/L = Top Loading, GL = Glass/Ceramic Kiln
MODEL INTERNAL W x D x H FT3 WEIGHT PHASE VOLTS AMPS KW
K2 F/L 225 x 225 x 225 mm 0.4 30 kg 1 240 10 2.4
K4 F/L 325 x 325 x 225 mm 0.9 55 kg 1 250 15 3.6
K4A F/L 325 x 325 x 325 mm 1.4 75 kg 1 240 15 3.6
K4B F/L 325 x 325 x 450 mm 1.74 85 kg 1 240 20 4.8
K5 T/L 337.5 x 337.5 x 362.5 mm 1.53 85 kg 1 240 15 3.6
K5A T/L 337.5 x 337.5 x 437.5 mm 1.84 85 kg 1 240 20 4.8
K6 T/L or F/L 375 x 375 x 450 mm 2.3 95 kg 1 240 20 4.8
K6 GL F/L 450 x 450 x 300 mm 2.3 95 kg 1 240 20 4.8
K7MW F/L 460 x 460 x 460 mm 3.4 175kg 1 240 30 7.2
MODEL INTERNAL W x D x H FT3 WEIGHT PHASE VOLTS AMPS KW
K7 F/L or T/L 450 x 450 x 450 mm 3.4 360 kg 3 415 10 7.2
K8 T/L 450 x 450 x 600 mm 4.5 410 kg 3 415 15 10.8
K8A T/L 562.5 x 562.5 x 450 mm 5.28 420 kg 3 415 16.6 12
K8A F/L 562.5 x 562.5 x 450 mm 5.28 420 kg 3 415 15 10.8
K8B F/L 450 x 450 x 675 mm 5.06 420 kg 3 415 15 10.8
K9 T/L 900 x 450 x 450 mm 6.8 460 kg 3 415 20 14.4
K9 F/L 450 x 450 x 900 mm 6.8 420 kg 3 415 20 14.4
K10 T/L 600 x 600 x 600 mm 8 500 kg 3 415 23 16.5
K10 F/L 600 x 600 x 600 mm 8 440 kg 3 415 23 16.5
K11 T/L 900 x 450 x 600 mm 9 520 kg 3 415 25 18
K11 F/L 450 x 600 x 900 mm 9 480 kg 3 415 25 18
K11A T/L 750 x 600 x 600 mm 10 530 kg 3 415 25 18
K11A F/L 600 x 600 x 750 mm 10 500 kg 3 415 25 18
K12 T/L 900 x 600 x 600 mm 12 560 kg 3 415 28 19.8
K12 F/L 600 x 600 x 900 mm 12 520 kg 3 415 28 19.8
K12A T/L 1350 x 600 x 600 mm 18 620 kg 3 415 40 28.8
K12A F/L 600 x 600 x 1350 mm 18 580 kg 3 415 40 28.8
K13+ Larger kilns available
Harco 8-Stage Type-N Programmer & Thermocouple Type-N W/ Sheath Fitted to K2 – K14 Kilns
KILN STANDS – FOR KILNS K2–K6
KILN STANDS – FOR K7MW F/L
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Tetlow Octagonal Kilns
All kilns are fitted with:
o Dawson kiln sitter
o Energy regulator
o Warning light
o Safety switch (turns power off when the lid is opened)
o Stainless steel body
o Spy hole, and
All octagonal kilns are capable of firing to 1280°C
MODEL INTERNAL W x H FT3 PHASE VOLTS AMP KW
1 279 x 267 mm 0.69 1 240 12.5 3
2 254 x 394 mm 1 1 240 15 3.6
3 356 x 394 mm 1.48 1 240 20 4.8
4 445 x 508 mm 3 1 240 30 7.2
5 445 x 622 mm 3.67 1 240 40 9.6
5 445 x 622 mm 3.67 2 415 20 9.6
6 584 x 508 mm 5 2 415 25 12
7 584 x 737 mm 7.28 3 415 20 14.4
8 584 x 851 mm 8.4 3 415 20 14.4
9 724 x 737 mm 10.9 3 415 TBA TBA
Harco 8-Stage Type-N Programmer & Thermocouple Type-N W/ Sheath Fitted to Octagonal Kilns
HARCO CONTROLLERS, THERMOCOUPLES & PYROMETERS
TES 1313 Pyrometer – Multi Input Meter
Thermocouple Type N no sheath
Thermocouple Type N with sheath
Harco Controller - 8 Stage, Type N
Type N Jack / Type N Plug
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D.I.Y. KILN MAINTENANCE
FIBRE DIMENSIONS (MM) TEMP.
Back–Up Blanket (Standard) 610 x 25 (96 kg) 1260°C
Hot Face Blanket (Hi–Duty) 610 x 25 (128 kg) 1400°C
Ceramic Paper 610 x 2 1260°C
Vacuum Form Board – Compressed kaowool 610 x 12 1260°C
Vacuum Form Board – Compressed kaowool 610 x 25 1260°C
50 mm Hole Ceramic Anchor
75 mm Hole Ceramic Anchor
Nut, Bolt & Washer Stainless Steel
REFRACTORY BRICKS TEMP. NOTE
DP Rylance Standard Fire Bricks (FCB26D) QLD
K23 / JM23 Refractory Insulating 1260°C
K26 / JM26 Refractory Insulating 1420°C
Refractory Cements & Adhesives
Blakite Mortar (KG)
Fibre Cement (KG)
Kaowool Hardener (L)
BLAKITE MORTAR Will withstand temperatures (surface) up to 1700°C. Used mainly for small repairs and for joining bricks (as a mortar). Blakite
can also be used to glue fibreboards and tiles to bricks. Apply thinly.
FIBRE CEMENT High temperature refractory mortar used for bonding fibre to fibre or fibre to brick.
KAOGRIP Used for securing fibre to fibre, brick or steel – continuous use temperature limit 1000°C – can be used for joining vermiculite
board. Apply up to a thickness of 2mm to clean surfaces. Coverage approximately 0.5m2 / Litre. Dry at maximum
temperature of 90°C.
KAOWOOL HARDENER Diluted 50–50 with water. Can be applied by spraying, or dipping. Spray in well ventilated area. As a surface coating, 2.5
litres of diluted Hardener will cover 1m2, and 17 litres will saturate the same area of 25 mm @ 128 kg/m3 Blanket. Drying
procedure is not critical but 12 hours at 90°C is fairly typical.
PYROCRETE A high alumina, highly refractory cement. Suitable for use on its own. When mixed with sand, fireclay grog or vermiculite it
can be used as a mortar or concrete. Can also be used as a castable. Water content is critical: must not be more than 20
litres per 50 kg bag. To make mortar, use approximately. 1 part cement to 3 parts sand or grog. Will withstand temperatures
up to 1400°C.
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Shelves / Bats Props – 44mm Diameter
Small bats or light loads – 20 - 25mm thickness Three props are better than four, being inherently stable.
Larger bats or heavy loads – 20 - 25mm thickness Props should be placed in line vertically.
Above 1280°C, especially under reducing conditions, we suggest a 25mm thick Ensure that the end faces of the props are flat and parallel.
THICKNESS DIMENSIONS (MM) NOTE HEIGHT (mm) HEIGHT (inches)
8 mm 305 x 305 25 mm 1”
12 mm 305 x 305 51 mm 2”
330 x 330 76 mm 3”
400 x 400 102 mm 4”
15 mm 340 x 340 127 mm 5”
400 x 400 152 mm 6”
450 x 450 178 mm 7”
500 x 500 203 mm 8”
20 mm 400 x 400 229 mm 9”
450 x 330 254 mm 10”
450 x 450 279 mm 11”
550 x 550 305 mm 12”
610 x 305
610 x 610
01 Stilt 16 mm
6” Set of 4 uprights and 2 Cranks
2 30 mm
3 35 mm
4 55 mm
5 70 mm
6 85 mm
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Cone 60°C / hr 150°C / hr Cone 300°C / hr
019 676 693 019 723
018 712 732 018 752
017 736 761 017 784
016 769 794 016 825
015 788 816 015 843
014 807 836 014 870
013 837 859 013 880
012 858 880 012 900
011 873 892 011 915
010 898 913 010 919
09 917 928 09 955 PLEASE NOTE:
08 942 954 08 983 Cones are used to determine the effect of ‘heat work’, when
07 973 985 07 1008 firing. Use these charts as a guide to heating rates for the last
06 995 1011 06 1023
100°C of firing.
05 1030 1046 05 1062
Cones in bold text are available in store. Others may need to be
04 1060 1070 04 1098
03 1086 1101 03 1131
02 1101 1120 02 1148
01 1117 1137 01 1178
1 1136 1154 1 1184
2 1142 1162 2 1190
3 1152 1168 3 1196
4 1160 1181 4 1209
5 1184 1205 5 1221
6 1220 1241 6 1255 ORTON CONES PACK OF 5 BOX OF 50
7 1237 1248 7 1264 STANDARD $4.10 $28.55
8 1247 1269 8 1300 MINI $2.85 $26.30
9 1257 1278 9 1317
10 1282 1303 10 1330
11 1293 1312 11 1336
12 1304 1326 12 1355
13 1321 1346
14 1388 1366
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SLAB ROLLER - Venco
Easy roller adjustment with thickness indicator. Large handle for easy rolling. Comes complete with canvas.
Very stable galvanised and powder coated steel frame. Large work tables.
Table Size: 1200 mm x 600 mm
Slab Thickness: 3 mm – 75 mm
HEAVY DUTY EXTRUDER / HIGH CAPACITY
Stainless steel Barrel: 13cm diameter
Stainless steel frame
Holds up to 4kg of clay
Acrylic die plates
Includes 6 dies, die mask & Z-brace
Extra-long handle – good leverage
Optional Hollow Die Set (sold separately)
EXTRUDER - Stainless steel construction – no corrosion
Barrel: 75 mm (W) x 300 mm (L)
Bayonet–style die holder
Includes 4 pre–cut dies and 1 blank
Optional 8–piece die set- available to order POA
Red & black powder coated steel body.
Dies acrylic & mild steel.
Set includes a set of four acrylic dies & one blank.
Overall Length - 765mm, Diameter of barrel - 75mm / Weight - 4kg.
Can be mounted vertically or horizontally. .
Spare coiling die set
Hollow Die – Mild Steel – T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7
Solid Die – Mild Steel – A-K
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POTTERY WHEELS - Venco
Cone–drive wheels, variable speed control via foot pedal. Free–wheeling aluminium wheel head. Steel frame/body, zinc plated and painted with durable epoxy paint, heat
cured. Resilient mounted motor for smooth, quiet operation. Guaranteed for 12 months, against defective parts or faulty workmanship. Cast aluminium splash tray with drain
COMPACT NO 6 – 280 mm (11") wheel head
180W (1/4hp) motor.
Speed range: 0–240 RPM
Padded fold–away seat as standard.
Weight 25 kg
580 mm (L) x 480 mm (W) x 530 mm (H) (23” x 19” x 21”)
NO 3 – 330 mm (13") wheel head
370W (1/2hp) resilient mount motor w/ overload protection.
Speed range: 0–240 RPM
Weight: 30 kg
690 mm (L) x 510 mm (W) x 560 mm (H) (27” x 20” x 22”)
NO 5 – 330 mm (13") wheel head with speed-lock
Speed–lock enables user to work around the wheel.
VENCO WHEEL SPARE PARTS
Clip–on marine ply work tables – Left and/or right
Replacement Drive Wheels – for all models
11” Wheelhead / 13” Wheelhead
Bush bearing kit
Seat – for No 3 & No 5 Wheels
Grommet – Small & Large
Spring – Small / Large
O–Ring – Small / Large
Washer – Fibre / Steel Seat Work tables
DIRECT DRIVE WHEEL – 330 mm (13”) Wheel head – 2 pins on 25 cm centres
550W (3/4hp) Direct Drive motor 110–240V 50/60hz. Overload protection. 0–300 RPM speed
range, forward and reverse rotation. 10 year warranty on tray, frame & legs. Diecast aluminium
tray with drain spouts. Stainless steel body and legs. Wireless foot pedal – radio controlled.
Weight: 25kg 690 mm L x 510 mm W x 530 mm H
Clip–on marine ply work tables – Left and/or right
PUG MILLS - Venco
Frame: Fabricated steel, zinc plated and painted with durable acrylic paint. Barrel: Cast aluminium (high corrosion resistance) longitudinally split for easy cleaning. Drive: Gear
motor – totally enclosed fan cooled motor direct coupled gear box Feed: Double helix auger / Clay Loading: Lever operated tamper. Auger: Stainless steel shaft with welded
stainless steel flights.
100mm Model 87mm Model 75mm Model
Barrel Ø: 200 mm, nozzle Ø 100 mm Barrel Ø 150 mm, nozzle Ø 87 mm Barrel Ø 136 mm, nozzle Ø 75 mm
Single phase, 1.5kw Single phase, 0.75kw Single phase, 0.37kw
110kg – 1600 mm L x 345 mm W x 530 mm H 90kg – 1330 mm L x 320 mm W x 450 mm H 70kg – 1330 mm L x 320 mm W x 400 mm H
(crated) (crated) (crated)
Hopper: 200 mm x 175 mm Hopper: 150 mm x 120 mm Hopper: 115 mm x 100 mm
Vacuum pump (included with de–airing pug mills)
High capacity (90kp) piston pump, with reed valves.
Fitted with air and water filter.
Fabricated steel zinc plated frame, painted with durable acrylic paint.
Single phase motor (0.56kw for 100 mm & 87 mm Models, 0.18kw for 75 mm Model) w/ thermal overload.
Close coupled direct drive (75 mm Model). Single vee belt (87 mm & 100 mm Models).
Size (crated): 550 mm L x 365 mm W x 370 mm H.
Weight: 25kg 100 mm & 87 mm Models – Pump is crated with 75 mm Model.
Standard Pug Mill (75mm Non–De–Airing)
Weight: 40kg (50kg crated)
Size: 1060 mm L x 310 mm W x 310 mm H
Hopper: 100 mm x 115 mm
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THICK COTTON DRILL. SPLIT LEG.
BANDING WHEELS - ALUMINIUM
EQ0905 (*E13C) – 65(H) mm x 220 Ø mm
EQ0907 (*E13D) – 170(H) x 220 Ø mm
BATS It is a good idea to seal the edge of
Ø 150 mm / 6” – MASONITE the ply bats before first use.
Ø 180 mm / 8” – MASONITE
Ø 230 mm / 10” – MASONITE
Ø 310 mm / 13” – PLY
Ø 380 mm / 16” – PLY
Ø 590 mm / 24” – PLY
BW0102 (*B1–102) – FAN BRUSH BW030: Ideal for the application
220 mm (L) x 10 mm x 5 mm of clear glazes.
BW030 (*B3–101) – GLAZE MOP
220 mm (L) x 15 mm x 5 mm BW0501 and BW0503: Resilient
BW0301 nylon with long, fine tips, excellent
BW0501 (*B5–101) – DETAIL LINER for delicate strokes and detailed
190 mm (L) x 2 mm x 2 mm BW0501
BW0503 (*B5–103) – DETAIL LINER
190 mm (L) x 2 mm x 2 mm BW0702: Stiff nylon ideal for paint
BW0702 (*B7–105) – FLAT BRUSH BW0702 flow and even application.
200 mm (L) x 10 mm x 3 mm
BW0803 (*B8–103) – POINTED ROUND BW0803 BW0803: Goat hair. Soft bristles
180 mm (L) x 3 mm x 3 mm coming to a delicate point.
BRUSHES – BAMBOO Made with goat hair, this brush is
BK0701 – 150 mm (L) x 30 mm x 9 mm ideal for the application of glaze
BK0702 – 150 mm (L) x 45 mm x 9 mm over large areas.
BRUSHES – HAKE Ideal for the smooth application of
BH0101–25 mm (W) x 190 mm (L) x 11mm (H)/1” glaze and slip.
BH0102–50 mm (W) x 190 mm (L) x 11mm (H)/2”
BH0103–75 mm (W) x 190 mm (L) x 11mm (H)/3”
BRUSHES – HAKE SLANT (GOAT HAIR) Made with pure goat hair with an
BS0101–25 mm (W) x 220 mm (L) x 20mm (H)/1” angle which makes it easy to control
BS0102–50 mm (W) x 220 mm (L) x 20mm (H)/2” vertical and horizontal applications.
BS0103–75 mm (W) x 220 mm (L) x 20mm (H)/3”
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BRUSHES – CALLIGRAPHY Made of wolf and mare hair. Fine
BC0301 (*C3–1) Ø 5.7 x 39 mm (L) tip brush ideal for oriental
BC0302 (*C3–2) Ø 4.6 x 28 mm (L) decoration, lining and calligraphy.
BC0303 (*C3–3) Ø 4.5 x 27 mm (L)
Made of pure wolf hair. This brush
BC0501 (*C5–1) Ø 3.3 x 23 mm (L) has a very fine tip, ideal for
BC0502 (*C5–2) Ø 3.3 x 18 mm (L) decorative techniques of detailed
BC0601 (*C6–1) Ø 2.1 x 11 mm (L) Made of pure sable hair. This
brush has a fine tip and is ideal for
BC0602 (*C6–2) Ø 1.8 x 9 mm (L) delicate painting and fine lines.
BC0603 (*C6–3) Ø 1.4 x 7 mm (L)
Made of goat and pony hair. This
BC0702 (*C7–2) Ø 8.8 x 32 mm (L) brush is ideal for flowing, general
BC0703 (*C7–3) Ø 7.2 x 26 mm (L) brushwork and application of
BC1101 (*C12–1) Ø 9.2 x 50 mm (L)
Made of pure goat hair. This
BC1102 (*C12-2) Ø 8.2 x 44 mm (L) brush is ideal for spontaneous
BC1103 (*C12–3) Ø 7.3 x 35 mm (L) brushstroke decoration and
BRUSHES SETS BK04 - Ideal for any kind of
BK04 – CALLIGRAPHY SET (6 Brushes) oriental application and
BK05 – SET (6 Brushes) decorative techniques.
BK05 – Ideal for applying glazes
and colour in detail and to larger
BRUSH TOOLS – DOUBLE ENDED
CD1801 (*C18) CLEAN UP BRUSH
Ø 10 x 180 mm (L)
CALLIPERS – STAINLESS STEEL
PC0203 (*P36) – 210 mm (L) x 90 mm x 20 mm
PC0202 (*P37) – 260 mm (L) x 80 mm x 13 mm
PC0201 (*P38) – 310 mm (L) x 115 mm x 13 mm
CALLIPERS – WOOD
PT0401 (*P33) – 300 mm (L) LIPMETER
PC0103 (*P34) – 180 mm (L)
PC0101 (*P35) – 300 mm (L)
CLEAN UP TOOLS
PK4702 CLAY SHAPPER Ø 13 x 175 mm (L) Enable users to sculpt accurately with a
PK4705 CLAY SHAPPER Ø 13 x 180 mm (L) variety of materials; clay, soft wax and
modelling materials, plaster, heavy
body paints and adhesives. The length
of the shaper is approximately 16 mm.
PL0101 (*P44) – TOGGLE CUTTER Stranded wire.
CLAYWORKER (PLASTIC HANDLES)
CLAY GUN Push clay through 19 discs. The
CD38 (*C27) (Includes 19 discs) extruded shapes can be used for
CD38 (*C27) REPLACEMENT DISCS different decorative effects such as hair,
grass, rope, logs, bricks, etc.
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Decorating Comb CD4201 (*C39) – 80 mm x
FINE RIBBON TOOLS – STAINLESS STEEL
PK2601 (*C36-1) Ø 6 mm x 135 mm (L) Single ended flat wire too ideal for carving
PK2602 (*C36-2) Ø 6 mm x 135 mm (L) and relief work.
PK2603 (*C36-3) Ø 6 mm x 135 mm (L)
PK2604 (*C36-4) Ø 6 mm x 135 mm (L)
PK2605 (*C36-5) Ø 6 mm x 135 mm (L)
PK2606 (*C36-6) Ø 6 mm x 135 mm (L)
FINE RIBBON TOOLS – SETS
PK26 (*AR1) – Carving tools Kit Single ended flat wire too ideal for carving
and relief work.
AR1 – single ended flat wire.
PK25 (*MWT) – Wire Modelling Tool Kit
Each approx.. Ø 6 mm x 160 mm (L)
MWT – double ended fine wire.
CD4701 (*C49) – Ø 50 mm x 520 mm (L) Stainless steel dipper with a long
wooden handle; ideal for pouring
KEVLAR 16" MITTS (PAIR)
KEVLAR LINED, LEATHER GLOVE (PAIR)
KEVLAR MITTS LEATHER GLOVES
GREEN WELDERS GOGGLES Green Welding Goggle with SH.5
SAFETY GOGGLES Lens.
Clear acetate goggle with anti-fog
lens; medium impact.
PF0901 (*P62) – Ø 14 mm x 115 mm (L) Made with Stainless steel ends and
PF0902 (*P63) – Ø 14 mm x 115 mm (L) polished hardwood handles. Suitable for
making handles for cups, pitchers,
HANDLES - TEAPOT
MT0401 - 100 mm / 4" (L) Ready to use bamboo handles. Soak in
MT0402 - 125 mm / 5" (L) water for a few minutes immediately
before fitting to the pot.
MT0403 - 150 mm / 6" (L)
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MT2301 (*M26) – HARP INLCUDING WIRE
MT2401 (*M26) – REPLACEMENT WIRE Solid Stainless steel harp used for cutting
equal thickness slabs.
CD1501: Drills holes for salt and pepper
CD1501 (*C15) – DRILL DOUBLE END shaker.
Ø 9 mm x 190 mm (L)
CD2701 (*C20) – Ø 5 mm x 180 mm (L) Ideal for making clean cut holes in
CD2702 (*C21) – Ø 8 mm x 180 mm (L) greenware items. Particularly useful for
CD2704 (*C23) – Ø 21 mm x 180 mm (L) making strainer holes in teapots.
HYDROMETER Measures specific gravity of liquids.
KANTHAL WIRE – 1300°C
PK20 (*TK12) – POTTERY
Ideal for beginners or students. 8 tools:
wooden rib, steel rib, wooden modelling
tool, needle, double ended loop tool, large
loop tool, sponge & wire clay cutter.
PK10 (*TK13) – SCULPTURE Comprising nine sculpture tools: seven
boxwood, both 6" and 8" and two double
ended wire tools.
PK2400 – FINE CARVING DENTIST TOOLS Comes with 7 tools; ideal for sgraffito work
Each tool approximately 10 mm x 20 mm x 150 mm (L) and fine carving.
KNIVES PF0101 and PF0201 – Multi–purpose knives
PF0101 (*P39) Ø 8 mm x 150 mm (L) for trimming, carving, and sculpting.
PF0201 (*P40) Ø 19 mm x 215 mm (L)
PF0401 (*P42) Ø 24 mm x 170 mm (L) PF0401 – Multi-purpose knife with black
CD2902 (*C25) – PALETTE KNIFE plastic handle.
Ø 16 mm x 170 mm (L)
CD2902 – Steel blade with wooden handle.
CD0101 (*C1) – FLEXIBLE BLADE Ideal for the use of grinding and mixing small
Ø 13 mm x 130 mm (L) quantities of China paints, oils, slips, colour
CD0601 (*C6) Ø 12 mm x 155 mm (L) and glazes.
CD0701 (*C7) Ø 9 mm x 140 mm (L) CD0101 – Flexible Blade
CD4103 (*C37) – MOULD TRIMMING KNIFE
200 mm (L) x 25 mm (W) x 6 mm (H) CD4103 – Mould trimming knife to clean
CD4104 (*C38) – MOULD TRIMMING KNIFE up slipware.
200 mm (L) x 25 mm (W) x 9 mm (H) CD4104 – Mould trimming knife to clean
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LOOP TOOLS – DOUBLE ENDED
PF2101 (*P83) – Ø 12 mm x 170 mm (L) Double-ended looped tools with
ground steel ends. Firmly attached
PF2103 (*P85) – Ø 12 mm x 170 mm (L) to wooden handles by brass
PF2201 (*P88) – Ø 15 mm x 195 mm (L) ferrules.
PF2201 (*P89) – Ø 17 mm x 200 mm (L)
PF2203 (*P90) – Ø 17 mm x 195 mm (L)
STEEL ENDS & WIRE LOOP
PF2204 (*P91) – Ø 17 mm x 210 mm (L)
PF2205 (*P92) – Ø 17 mm x 200 mm (L)
S2: Made of hardwood handles
CARBON TOOL and stainless steel flat ribbon firmly
PF1911 – Ø 13 mm x 210 mm (L) P83 P85 P88 P89 P90 P91 P92 PF1911 S2 attached with brass ferrules. Ideal
for the use of texture work and the
FLAT RIBBON SCULPTURING TOOL removal of large amounts of clay.
PF4801 (*S2) – Ø 21 mm x 230 mm (L)
LOOP TOOLS – SINGLE ENDED
PF1201 (*P81) – Ø 20 mm x 185 mm (L)
PF1101 (*P82) – Ø 20 mm x 185 mm (L) PF1201 and PF1101 Made from
heavy stainless steel ribbon with
PF1401 (*N30) – 9 mm (H) x 50 mm (W) x 185 mm (L) sharp edges and hardwood
PF2802 (*P114) – Ø 25 mm x 130 mm (L)
PF2803 (*P115) – Ø 25 mm x 130 mm (L) PF1401: Made from carbon steel
PF2901 (*P116) – Ø 25 mm x 140 mm (L) with robust construction; providing
PF3001 (*P117) – Ø 30 mm x 135 mm (L) PF1101 PF1201 PF1401 a sharp ribbon and long duration.
PF3002 (*P118) – Ø 40 mm x 140 mm (L)
PF3102 (*P120) – Ø 25 mm x 125 mm (L)
PF2802 PF2803 PF2901 PF3001 PF3002 PF3102
RESPIRATOR MASK (REQUIRES 2 FILTERS)
FILTER For working with powders and/or
glazes etc. and when sweeping
DISPOSABLE DUST MASK workshop floors.
BOX OF 50
MODELLING TOOLS – BOXWOOD
PB0201 (*P61-1) – 5 mm x 50 mm x 204 mm (L)
PB0203 (*P61-3) – 6 mm x 20 mm x 204 mm (L) For the use of sculpture and
PB0205 (*P61-5) – 7 mm x 18 mm x 204 mm (L)
PB0206 (*P61-6) – 7 mm x 20 mm x 204 mm (L)
PB0211 (*P61-11) – Ø 14 mm x 204 mm (L)
PB0216 (*P61-16) – 8 mm x 18 mm x 204 mm (L)
PB0218 (*P61-18) – 7 mm x 20 mm x 204 mm (L)
PB0219 (*P61-19) – 11 mm x 19 mm x 204 mm (L)
PB0221 (*P61-21) – 11 mm x 19 mm x 204 mm (L)
PB0226 (*P61-26) – 7 mm x 20 mm x 204 mm (L)
PB0227 (*P61-27) – 8 mm x 18 mm x 204 mm (L)
1 3 5 6 11 16 18 19 21 26 27
MODELLING TOOL – BAMBOO Long bamboo tool for fluting,
PF4601 (*P165) – 13 mm x 20 mm x 230 mm (L) carving and sculpting.
MODELLING TOOL – RIBBON & WOOD Wood and ribbon modelling tool
PF2401 (*P100) – 150 mm (L) ideal for shaping and light cutting.
PF2403 (*P102) – 150 mm (L)
MORTAR & PESTLE Porcelain; for hand grinding raw
Small Ø 100 mm x 55 mm (H) materials.
Large Ø 160 mm x 85 mm (H)
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PF0701 (*P46) Fine – Ø 9 mm x 145 mm (L) Steel needle and hardwood
PF0702 (*P47) Thick – Ø 9 mm x 145 mm (L) handle.
PF0801 PRO TOOL – Ø 6 mm x 170 mm (L) Steel needle with aluminium
SMALL Made of wood; for the use of
225 mm/8.75”(L) x 70 mm/2.6”(W) x 20 mm/ ¾”(D) paddling clay.
300 mm/12”(L) x 70 mm/2.6”(W) x 20 mm/ ¾”(D)
RIB – BAMBOO Throwing rib; ideal throwing aid
PF4501 (*P163) – 10 mm x 40 mm x 115 mm (L) for the use of opening, shaping,
carving and smoothing wheel
RIBS – BOXWOOD Throwing rib; ideal throwing aid
PR0201 (*P14) – 14 mm x 38 mm x 285 mm (L) for the use of opening, shaping,
PR0101 (*P19) – 8 mm x 50 mm x 115 mm (L) carving and smoothing wheel
PR0201 thrown forms. Can also be used
PR0102 (*P20) – 8 mm x 60 mm x 113 mm (L) for refining hand built forms.
PR0103 (*P21) – 8 mm x 53 mm x 100 mm (L)
PR0104 (*P22) – 8 mm x 62 mm x 110 mm (L) PR0101 PR0102 PR0103
PR0105 (*P23) – 8 mm x 60 mm x 110 mm (L)
PR0106 (*P24) – 8 mm x 48 mm x 118 mm (L)
PR0108 (*P26) – 8 mm x 58 mm x 100 mm (L) PR0104 PR0105 PR0106
PR0109 (*P27) – 8 mm x 74 mm x 118 mm (L)
PR0115 (*T111) – 8 mm x 50 mm x 85 mm (L)
PR0110 (*P28) – 8 mm x 38 mm x 183 mm (L) PR0108 PR0109 PR0115
RIBS – RUBBER PALETTES
PR0801 (*P12) – 2 mm x 42 mm x 75 mm (L) Made of rubber, this flexible rib is
PR0803 (*P13) – 2 mm x 52 mm x 115 mm (L) useful for smoothing and shaping
PR0702 (*P13H) HARD – 2 mm x 52 mm x 115 mm(L)
PR0801 PR0803 PR0702
RIBS – PLASTIC
PS0307 TRIANGLE SERRATED RIB Flexible plastic scrapper.
2 mm x 110 mm x 110 mm (L)
RIBS – STEEL
PS0110 (*P3) – 0.5 mm x 52 mm x 118 mm (L)
PS0104 (*P5) – 0.5 mm x 50 mm x 100 mm (L) Made of tin and flexible stainless
steel; ideal for smoothing,
PS0105 (*P6) – SERRATED PS0110 PS0104 PS0105 PS0107 & scraping, trimming and cutting.
0.5 mm x 50 mm x 100 mm (L) PS0303
PS0107 (*P8) – SERRATED RECTANGULAR FLEXIBLE SERRATED SERRATED
0.5 mm x 50 mm x 149 mm (L) SOFT/HARD
PS0303 (*CJ2) – SERRATED RECTANGULAR HARD
1 mm x 59 mm x 150 mm (L)
ROLLING PIN - WOODEN
SMALL Ø 60 mm x 270 mm (L) Smooth finish, strong rolling pins.
LARGE Ø 70 mm x 335 mm (L)
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SCALES - BALANCE Small scale set for weighing out
EQ0401 Small Balance Scales materials in test quantities. Complete
with boxed sets of weights.
SIZE: Capacity (100 g) Sensitivity (0.1
g) Net Weight (0.1 kg)
SCULPTURING TOOLS – SINGLE ENDED
C33-1 – 24 mm x 44 mm x 165 mm (L)
C33-2 – 24 mm x 34 mm x 175 mm (L)
C33-3 – 24 mm x 55 mm x 163 mm (L)
C33-1 C33-2 C33-3
FLAT RIBBON SCULPTURING TOOL
PF4801 (*S2) – Ø 21 mm x 230 mm (L)
SCULPTORS THUMB Compact hand–fitting hardwood
PR0308 (*S1) – 24 mm x 20 mm x 115 mm (L) sculpturing tool that duplicates
thumb and finger strokes.
CD0801 (*C8) – BALL STYLUS Double ended tools to carve
Ø 21 mm x 230 mm (L) incised and engraved decorations.
Also useful for carving leather hard,
CD1001 (*C10) Ø 12 mm x 158 mm (L) dry clay and plaster.
CD1101 (*C11) Ø 12 mm x 155 mm (L)
CD1201 (*C12) Ø 9 mm x 158 mm (L)
CD1301 (*C13) Ø 9 mm x 155 mm (L)
CD1601 (*C16) Ø 9 mm x 170 mm (L)
CD1901 (*C19) – LACE TOOL
Ø 9 mm x 179 mm (L)
CD2001 TEXTURING TOOL Ø 9 mm x 158 mm (L)
CD0401 (*C50-33) Ø 9 mm x 142 mm (L)
CD0801 CD1001 CD1101 CD1201 CD1301 CD1601 CD1901 CD2001 CD0401
SIEVE - TALISMAN Bowl - polyethylene plastic. Brushes
ROTARY SIEVE (INC 80# INSERT) - plastic with nylon bristles. Crank
handle - powder coated steel with
wooden knob. Frame – aluminium.
Screens - rubber lip with stainless
Diameter top - 41 cm. Diameter
bottom - 22 cm. Depth - 15 cm.
Bowl - white polyethylene plastic.
Bucket not included.
Diameter top - 27 cm. Diameter
HANDSIEVE (INCLUDES 80# SIEVE INSERT & bottom - 22 cm. Depth - 7.5 cm.
Push-in stainless steel screen with
moulded rubber rim -
interchangeable. Available in the
following meshes: 60#, 80#, 100#,
120#, 150# and 200#.
SIEVE INSERT (60, 80, 100, 120, 150, 200
One piece construction made from
PVC. Ideal for sieving stains and test
batches of glaze. Available
SIEVE - TEST Diameter top - 11 cm. Diameter
bottom - 8 cm. Depth - 4.5 cm.
TEST SIEVE 80#
TEST SIEVE 100#
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SIEVE – MESH
100 # Available in square foot sections
SIEVE - PLASTIC
PLASTIC FRAME - GREY
MT1001 – 215mm(L) x 100(H) DIA 80#
MT1101 – 265mm (L) x 100(H) DIA 80#
CD4401 (*C42) – Ø 55 mm x 135 mm (L) Complete with hard rubber
CD4402 (*C43) – Ø 55 mm x 175 mm (L) nozzle and detachable soft rubber
APPLICATOR BOTTLE - Ø 23 mm x 115 mm (L)
C42 C43 Applicator Bottles
SPONGES – NATURAL
Sponge 020 2” – 40 mm x 30 mm x 50 mm (L)
Sponge 040 3” – 40 mm x 50 mm x 70 mm (L)
Natural sea sponges. Useful in
Sponge 001 4” Honeycomb – throwing and decorating.
80 mm x 80 mm x 100 mm (L)
Sponge 020 Sponge 040 Sponge 001
SPONGES – SYNTHETIC
CD4001 (*109) – Ø 65 mm x 25 mm (H)
Hydra Sponge – Ø 90 mm x 25 mm (H)
Absorbs water from the bottom of
CD4002 (*C30) – Sponge on a stick tall thrown vessels.
60 mm x 80 mm x 100 mm (L)
CD52 Wooden stamps – Geometric shapes Wooden stamps - 19 double-
CD5101 – 882/A SET OF 4 POLY STAMP
CD5102 – 882/B SET OF 4 POLY STAMP
CD5103 – 882/C SET OF 4 POLY STAMP
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CD2201 (*N9) TEXTURING BRUSH
THROWING STICK To aid in the formation of a narrow
PT0201 (* P29) Small necked wheel thrown piece.
25 mm x 13 mm x 210 mm (L)
PT0202 (* P30) Large
14 mm x 40 mm x 330 mm (L) PT0202 (TOP) PT0201 (BOTTOM)
10 cm SQUARE
15 cm SQUARE
Ø15 cm ROUND CD5304
TONGS M21 – 400 mm (15¾”) spring
MT1701 (*M21) GLAZING CLAWS loaded, wooden handles, stainless
25 mm x 160 mm x 345 mm claws.
FE2 – Two-handed metal tongs
with long handles for raku firing.
FE2 RAKU TONGS
TURNING TOOLS For cleaning base of pots.
TT36 – 12 mm x 40 mm x 170 mm (L)
Steel blades and wooden handles.
Ideal for shaping and trimming clay
PU0201 (*P48) STEM TURNING TOOL forms on wheel.
– 25 mm x 35 mm x 180 mm (L)
Made with strong metal; ideal for
PU0101 (*P51) – 20 mm x 30 mm x 170 mm (L) shaping rims and bases on thrown
PU0102 (*P52) – 20 mm x 35 mm x 175 mm (L) forms.
PU0103 (*P53) – 20 mm x 30 mm x 170 mm (L)
PU0104 (*P54) – 20 mm x 30 mm x 160 mm (L)
PU0105 (*P55) – 20 mm x 35 mm x 175 mm (L)
PU0106 (*P56) – 20 mm x 45 mm x 185 mm (L) P51 P52 P53 P54 P55 P56
WAX MODELLING TOOLS
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BOOKS – CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
500 Animals Lark Books
500 Bowls Lark Books
500 Ceramics Sculptures Lark Books
500 Cups Lark Books
500 Figures in Clay Lark Books
500 Pitchers Lark Books
500 Plates & Chargers Lark Books
500 Teapots Lark Books
500 Tiles Lark Books
500 Raku Lark Books
500 Vases Lark Books
Alternative Kilns – Ceramics Handbook Ian Gregory
Ceramics for Beginners: Surfaces, Glazes &Firing Angelica Pozo
Ceramics for Beginners: Wheel Throwing Emily Reason
Clay, Light & Water – The Ceramics Handbook Margaret O’Rorke
Clay in the Primary School Peter Clough
Clay Projects for Children Monika Krumbach
Colouring Clay – Ceramics Handbook Jo Connell
Complete Ceramics; Easy Techniques and Over 20 Great Projects C & B Crafts
Electric Kiln – Ceramics Handbook Harry Frazer
Exploring Clay with Children Chris Utley & Mal Magson
Handbuilding – Ceramics Handbook Michael Hardy
High Fire Glazes, Complete Guide to John Britt
Image Transfer on Clay Paul Andrew Wandless
Kiln Building – Ceramics Handbook Ian Gregory
Large Scale Ceramics – Ceramics Handbook Jim Robison
Lettering on Ceramics – Ceramics Handbook Mary White
Maiolica – The Ceramics Handbook Daphne Carnegy
Modelling in Clay & Other Materials Dorothy Arthur
Mold Making & Slip Casting, Essential Guide to Andrew Martin
Paper Clay – Ceramics Handbook Rosette Gault
Potter’s Book of Glaze Recipes Emmanuel Cooper
Potter’s Dictionary Frank & Janet Hamer
Single Firing Fran Tristram
Slab Techniques – The Ceramics Handbook Jim Robison & Ian Marsh
The Glaze Book Stephen Murfitt
The New Ceramics; Ceramic Transfer Printing Kevin Petrie
Wall Pieces – Ceramics Handbook Dominique Bivar Segurado
Journal of Australian Ceramics $16.00 Ceramics Art & Perception
Ceramics Technical $22.00 Craft Arts
New Ceramics $19.00 Crafts Magazine
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BOOKS – Only Available When in Print
A Complete Guide to Pottery Making Techniques Tony Birks
Alternative Kilns & Firing Techniques James Watkins & Paul Wandless
Art of Firing Nils Lou
Ash Glazes Phil Rogers
Basics of Throwing, The David Cohen
Celadon Blues Robert Tichane
Ceramic Faults and Their Remedies Harry Fraser
Ceramic Form – Design and Decoration Peter Lane
Ceramic Glaze Handbook Mark Burleson
Ceramics Material Inspirational Design Chris Lefteri
Ceramic Narrative Matthias Ostermann
Ceramic Spectrum Robin Hopper
Ceramic Surface Matthias Ostermann
Ceramics & Print 2nd Edition – Ceramics Handbook Paul Scott
Ceramics Class: Decorating Techniques Joaquim Chavarria
Ceramics Class: Glazing Techniques Joaquim Chavarria
Ceramics Class: Moulding Techniques Joaquim Chavarria
Ceramics Class: Throwing Techniques Joaquim Chavarria
Ceramics with Mixed Media – Ceramics Handbook Joy Bosworth
Clay & Glazes for the Potter Daniel Rhodes & Robin Hopper
Clay in the Classroom Peter Clough
Clay Lovers Guide – Making Moulds Pierce Clayton
Coiled Pottery Betty Blandino
Coiling – Ceramics Handbook Michael Hardy
Complete Potters Companion Tony Birks
Complete Pottery Making John B Kenny
Contemporary Studio Porcelain Peter Lane
Creative Ceramic Painting Cheryl Owen
Crystalline Glazes – Ceramics Handbook Diane Greber
Design Sourcebook – Ceramics Edmund De Waal
Electric Kiln Ceramics Richard Zakin
Encyclopaedia of Pottery Techniques Harry Fraser
Extruded Ceramics Diana Pancioli
Figure in Clay Lark Books
Figure in Fired Clay Betty Blandino
Functional Pottery Robin Hopper
Glazes & Glazing Techniques Greg Daly
Glazes Cone 6 – Ceramics Handbook Michael Bailey
Glazes for the Craft Potter Harry Frazer
Glazes from Natural Sources Brian Sutherland
Hand Formed Ceramics Richard Zakin
Handbuilt Ceramics Kathy Triplett
Handbuilt Tableware Kathy Triplett
Handmade Tiles Frank Giorgini
Impressed & Incised Ceramics – Ceramics Handbook Coll Minogue
Introduction to Precious Metal Clay Mary Ann Devos
Kiln Construction Joe Finch
Making Marks Robin Hopper
Modelling a Likeness in Clay Daisy Grubbs
Modelling Heads and Faces in Clay Berit Hildre
Modelling the Figure in Clay Bruno Lucchesi
Modelling the Head in Clay Bruno Lucchesi
Mould Making – Ceramics Handbook John Colclough
Mould Making for Ceramics Donald Frith
Naked Clay Jane Perryman
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Oriental Glazes – Ceramics Handbook Michael Bailey
Painted Clay Paul Scott
Penland Book of Ceramics Lark Books
Porcelain – Ceramics Handbook Jack Doherty
Porcelain Masters: Major works by leading ceramicists Lark Books
Potter’s Guide to Ceramic Surfaces Jo Connell
Potter’s Primer Morgen Hall
Potter’s Professional Handbook Stephen Branfman
Potter’s Workshop Jenny Rodwell
Pottery – A Complete Guide Tony Birks
Pottery Decoration John Gibson
Raku Mastering Stephen Branfman
Raku Tim Andrews
Raku – Ceramics Handbook John Mathieson
Resist & Masking Techniques – Ceramics Handbook Peter Beard
Revealing Glazes Ian Currie
Safety in the Ceramics Studio Jeff Zamek
Sculptural Ceramics Ian Gregory
Sculptural Materials in the Classroom Peter Clough
Sculpture as Experience Judith Peck
Setting Up a Pottery Workshop Young
Setting Up Your Ceramic Studio Virginia Scotchie
Slip Casting – Ceramics Handbook Sasha Wardell
Slipware Victoria & Michael Eden
Smashing Glazes Susan Peterson
Sources of Inspiration Carolyn Genders
Stoneware – Ceramics Handbook Richard Dewar
Stoneware Glazes Ian Currie
The Ceramic Process Anton Reijnders
The Craft and Art of Clay Peterson
The Kiln Book Frederick Olsen
Throwing Pots – Ceramics Handbook Phil Rogers
What Every Potter Should Know Jeff Zamek
Wheel Thrown Ceramics Don Davis
Wheel Thrown Pottery Gilder & Biasucci
Wood Fired Ceramics Coll Minogue & Robert Sanderson
Wood-Fired Stoneware & Porcelain Jack Troy
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