Wood Jeanne on fri 14 jun 02
I would like to have recommendations on what you
consider the best book on pit firing.
Thanks in advance for your suggestions.
(Who, during a sneezing fit yesterday, accidently
deleted 25 of yesterday's Clayart posts unread, really :-()
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Ababi on fri 14 jun 02
I never made pit saggar. This book is a collection of articles that has
appeared in the CM.
it gives you a glimpse to this new world.
I do not have a place to make pit. Saggar I can. Would I try these
"artechniques" just from Reading the book? (plus clayart?) Yes.
Even if I will not. I enjoyed the book.
Kibbutz Shoval- Israel
---------- Original Message ----------
>I would like to have recommendations on what you
>consider the best book on pit firing.
>Thanks in advance for your suggestions.
>(Who, during a sneezing fit yesterday, accidently
>deleted 25 of yesterday's Clayart posts unread, really :-()
>Do You Yahoo!?
>Yahoo! - Official partner of 2002 FIFA World Cup
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