Janet Starr on sun 2 jul 06
Has anyone found a source for either stoneware bisque tile or terra cotta
earthenware bisque tile?
I don't really like the white, skinny, commercially available bisque.
Making field tile is not fun. I'd rather spend my time making decorative
Wendy Kelsey on sun 2 jul 06
Try Seattle Pottery Supply. They carry up to cone 10 bique
tile which are thicker as well.
--- Janet Starr wrote:
> Has anyone found a source for either stoneware bisque
> tile or terra cotta
> earthenware bisque tile?
> I don't really like the white, skinny, commercially
> available bisque.
> Making field tile is not fun. I'd rather spend my time
> making decorative
> relief tile.
> Janet Starr
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