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BOOKS

Delivery Charges

BK088 £45.00-10%=£40.50

The Potter's Dictionary of Materials and Techniques

  • Janet & Frank Hamer
  • 206 x 270 mm   446 pages
  • over 280 illustrations

Comprehensive dictionary covering all terminology, materials and techniques.



BK188 £17.99-10%=£16.19

Tips, Techniques and Trade Secrets for Potters

  • Jacqui Atkin
  • 246 x 189 mm   160 pages
  • colour illustrations throughout

The trouble shooting book of tips and advice - easy to follow, step by step sections - great beginners book.






BK910 £10.50 while stocks last

  • Paul Scott
  • 234 x 156 mm   144 pages
  • colour illustrations throughout

Covering screen printing, transfer decoration and working directly onto clay, photographic processes, sponge printing, stamped ware, linocuts, use of printers.

BK372 £10.50 while stocks last

  • Joy Bosworth
  • 234 x 156 mm   112 pages
  • colour illustrations throughout

Combining and fitting material such as gold, silver, leather, textiles, feathers or stone to create innovative pieces. Also, sourcing and making your own fittings.


BK710 £10.50 while stocks last


  • Joy Bosworth
  • 234 x 156 mm   112 pages
  • colour illustrations throughout

Combining and fitting material such as wood, metal, glass, plastic and resin to ceramics - including recycled materials.


BK191 £10.50 while stocks last Clay in the Primary School

  • Peter Clough
  • 234 x 156 mm   112 pages
  • colour illustrations trhoughout

Covering the types of clay, storage, building techniques and firing - with and without a kiln. How projects can relate to curriculum topics.

While Stocks Last




BK970£10.50 while stocks last

Clay Projects for Children

  • Monika Krumbach
  • 234 x 156 mm   128 pages
  • colour illustrations throughout

Aimed at the adult working with children aged from nursery through middle school - especially for adults with no experience.


While Stocks Last

BK872£10.50 while stocks last

Clay, Light and Water

  • Margaret O'Rorke
  • 234 x 156 mm   112 pages
  • colour illustrations throughout

Covering the use of lighting, pumps, electric elements in light and fountains; opening up a world of safe innovation.


BK716£10.50 while stocks last

Dry Glazes

  • Jeremy Jernegan
  • 234 x 156 mm   128 pages
  • colour illustrations throughout

Use and creation of dry glazes. Covering slips, engobes, oxides, stains, matt glazes, low alumina surfaces and textured and pitted glazes - many tiles / recipes.

BK194£10.50 while stocks last

Kiln Building

  • Ian Gregory
  • 234 x 156 mm   96 pages
  •  illustrations throughout

Discusses different fuels, the materials to use, and the principles to keep in mind when firing. Working drawings of many types of kilns including experimental ones.

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BK628£10.50 while stocks last

Large Scale Ceramics

  • Jim Robison
  • 234 x 156 mm   116 pages
  • colour illustrations thoughout

Kiln size, assembling, weather-proofing and installation; obtaining commissions. Construction examples from many parts of the world, including the authors own work.

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BK365£10.50 while stocks last

Low-Firing and Burnishing

  • Sumi von Dassow
  • 234 x 156 mm   128 pages
  •  colour illustrations throughout

A step by step practical approach to burnishing, terra sigillata, smoke firing, pit firing, saggar firing and raku techniques, low firing, adding slips and burnishing to create a natural finish.

BK760£10.50 while stocks last

Lustre

  • Greg Daly
  • 234 x 156 mm   144 pages
  •  colour illustrations throughout

Golds, coppers, reds, blues and mother of pearl. A step by step practical approach to making lustres, applying and firing your own lustres. Many colour picture examples given.


BK162£10.50 while stocks last

Maiolica

  • Daphne Carnegy
  • 234 x 156 mm   112 pages
  •  colour illustrations throughout

A thorough and clear discussion on the technique and process of maiolica. Clay bodies, glazing, pigments and firing; surface treatments, brushwork, sgraffito, wax resist, stencils, sponging.

BK893£10.50 while stocks last

Mould Making

  • John Colclough
  • 234 x 156 mm   128 pages
  •  illustrations throughout

This handbook explains how to make and use moulds of varying complexities, for both industrial and artistic use. Mould making is a useful tool when creating your own works of art.

BK827£10.50 while stocks last

Paper Clay

  • Rosette Gault
  • 234 x 156 mm   155 pages
  •  colour illustrations throughout

A relatively new material. Easy to use, much stronger and will take more abuse than normal clay. Extremely strong in unfired state meaning repairs and changes can be made at most stages.

BK387£10.50 while stocks last

Setting up a Pottery Workshop

  • Alistair Young
  • 234 x 156 mm   128 pages
  •  colour illustrations throughout

A guide to setting up a pottery workshop. It covers fundamental questions such as types of premises, design, layout , equipment, materials, how to make simple tools, and also marketing and promotion, legal considerations and finance.




BK072£10.50 while stocks last

Slab Techniques

  • Ian Marsh & Jim Robison
  • 234 x 156 mm   112 pages
  •  colour illustrations throughout

Covering the basics of making and joining slabs, use of supports, textures, decorating with slips and firing; building large scale pieces and encouraging experiment and readers own ideas.


BK728£10.50 while stocks last

Slip Casting

  • Sasha Wardell
  • 234 x 156 mm   144 pages
  •  illustrations throughout

A thorough grounding in all aspects of mould making and slipcasting for the studio workshop, illustrates the breadth and versatility of this technique.

BK289£10.50 while stocks last

Throwing Large

  • Nic Collins
  • 234 x 156 mm   112 pages
  •  colour illustrations throughout

Nic looks at throwing large work - preventing buckling, collapsing and warping in firing. Throwing in sections, onto coils and even using a blow torch.

BK949 £20.00-10%=£18.00

Additions to Clay Body

  • Kathleen Standedn
  • 246 x 189 mm   144 pages
  •  colour illustrations throughout

From collecting local clay to adding stones, glass, rust, combustible matter and fibre, wire mesh and colour in various forms.


BK213 £18.99-10%=£17.09

Colour in Glazes

  • Linda Bloomfield
  • 246 x 189 mm   144 pages
  •  colour illustrations throughout

A complete guide to achieving a fantastic spectrum of colourful glazes, focusing on colouring oxides, use of white earthenware, stoneware and porcelain glazes fired in electric and gas kilns.


BK667 £20.00-10%=£18.00

Natural Glazes

  • M Forrest
  • 246 x 189 mm   112 pages
  •  colour illustrations throughout

Harvesting glaze ingredients from your local environment from degraded rock to seaweed, step by step instructions for mixing, testing and firing.

BK955 £20.00-10%=£18.00

Developing Glazes

  • Greg Daly
  • 246 x 189 mm   128 pages
  •  colour illustrations throughout

Demystifying the process of developing your own glazes - planning, creating and testing of glazes, and firing the right firing temperatures.



BK692 £22.99-10%=£20.69

Paperclay, Art and Practice

  • Rosette Gault
  • 246 x 189 mm   160 pages
  •  colour illustrations throughout

Explaining how potters and clay sculptors can make, fire and use paperclay. Advanced techniques for building and sculpting figures and wall works.



BK646 £21.99-10%=£19.79

Porcelain

  • Vivienne Foley
  • 246 x 189 mm   xxx pages
  •  colour illustrations throughout

Inspiring practical guide covering everything from composition, workability, decorating and glazing, techniques, faults and remedies, drying and firing.




BK681 £20.00-10%=£18.00

Scuplting and Handbuilding

  • Claire Loder
  • 246 x 189 mm   128 pages
  •  colour illustrations throughout

Basic techniques, coiling and pinching to working with slabs are explained with practical instruction and images. Also looks at mixed media, vessels and surface decoration. Advice on equipment / clays.

BK589 £21.99-10%=£19.79

Sustainable Ceramics

  • Robert Harrison
  • 246 x 189 mm   144 pages
  •  colour illustrations throughout

Considers the factors when going green, from  fuels and firing methods to energy saving, sustainable use of clay, waste and water recycling. Simple, achievable methods to reduce carbon footprint.


BK266 £19.99-10%=£17.99

Techniques Using Slips

  • John Mathieson
  • 246 x 189 mm   144 pages
  •  colour illustrations throughout

The use of liquid clays for decoration on its own or covered in glaze. Brushing, dipping, trailing and sgraffito; making your own slips and engobes - traditional methods / modern results.


BK247 £21.99-10%=£19.79

Firing Kilns

  • Benedict Brierley
  • 246 x 189 mm   s
  •  colour illustrations throughout

Discusses heatwork, firing schedules, cones, kiln packing, oxidation, reduction, salt, soda, wood, smoke and raku firings and common faults.


BK787 £19.99-10%=£17.99

Surface Decoration

  • Kevin Millward
  • 246 x 189 mm   144 pages
  •  colour illustrations throughout

Innovative and contemporary approaches to surface finishes, sgrafitto, resist, sprigging, trailing, glaze layering, lustre, textural methods etc.

BK494 £20.00-10%=£18.00

Throwing

  • Richard Phethean
  • 246 x 189 mm   
  •  colour illustrations throughout


DUE OUT MAY 2018

Books are zero rated for VAT so no VAT needs to be added.


We are renewing our range so any of the Ceramics Handbooks are now £10.50 while stock last

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