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AMACO Teacher's Palette (TP) Glazes

AMACO Teacher's Palette (TP) Glazes

Painterly Glazes and an Infinite Color Palette

Teacher's Palette Low-Fire Glazes are completely intermixable so they can be blended with each other to create an infinite color palette. The 24 glazes are AP certified, LEAD FREE, dinnerware safe, offer brilliant color, and are safe for use by artists of any age. Try layering patterns and designs with these glazes for a brilliant majolica-style decorative surface. 

Monday, July 31, 2017/Author: Bailey Pottery/Number of views (1436)/Comments (0)/
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The 7 Tools You'll Need for Raku Firing

The 7 Tools You'll Need for Raku Firing

Get Ready for Raku with Supplies from Bailey Pottery

Whenever the weather is warm, there is always a buzz about outdoor firing techniques such as raku. As summer is upon us our creative friends are celebrating what has become an unofficial "Raku Season" right now. Bailey employees themselves have been known to gather with excitement for raku firings in these warmer months. In these Western-style Raku firings, pottery and sculpture is quickly fired, hot, and yields wonderous results.

Monday, July 24, 2017/Author: Bailey Pottery/Number of views (10360)/Comments (0)/
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van Gilder Clay Tools

van Gilder Clay Tools

Having the right tool on hand for the job is essential. These tools will quickly find a permanent home in your toolbox.

As a professional potter for over 45 years, Bill van Gilder knows how important it is to have the right tool. That's why he has designed this line of professional potter’s tools. 

Friday, July 14, 2017/Author: Bailey Pottery/Number of views (2143)/Comments (0)/
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Create a Bud Vase with Assembled Parts

Create a Bud Vase with Assembled Parts

Follow these Easy Steps to Create a Unique Form

Extruded forms can be used individually or as modules to create more complex pieces. Each module may be a simple shape on it's own but, when joined together with others, can become a very elaborate form. Today we are going to demonstrate how to make a bud vase out of extruded parts. Follow along to create a beautiful functional piece!

Monday, July 10, 2017/Author: Bailey Pottery/Number of views (2130)/Comments (0)/
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