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When you are looking for the perfect kiln, you might think there is one out there that does it all, but kilns are made for specific purposes. The perfect ceramic or pottery kiln might be a poor choice for an enamel artist. The best knife oven would not necessarily be great for a glass fuser. In the next few weeks, we are going to take a look at several different categories of kilns and discuss what we think are important features to look for when you are deciding on your next kiln. Let’s start with kilns for clay artists! ...
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Quick Tip: Sparkle, Sparkle Did you ever wonder why Bullseye doesn’t make an Aventurine version of other colors, like red, for example? We would if we could! The chemistry of those sparkles (a.k.a., flake) is deeply tied to green glass. In the kiln, however, you can layer to create new hues. When we were tipped off to this combination by Meryl Raiffe at The Glass Underground, we just had to try it and share the results!
We know that everyone loves their big, very capable kilns, but so many times they just are not the right solution for smaller projects. Having a smaller multi-use kiln for test tiles, making jewelry, firing metal clays, small ceramic projects, pulling vitrigraph stringer, bead annealing, or enameling is just a must in our studio. We'd be lost without our little wonder of a kiln! Here are some kilns that we really like as they do A LOT for the money... It's definitely hard to choose which one is best. It really just depends on what smaller projects you like to...
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