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Germany’s Golem Architectural Ceramics

Do you need enormous bricks to replace broken ones in your castle? How about tiles for a pyramid? Golem can make them for you! This German pottery is amazing and I am so glad I learned about it. The setting … Continue reading

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Video: How to use a rectangular drape mold for clay

Yesterday, I talked about draping clay and listed a few mold sources. After that, I became more curious about how to use the molds because I am going to be using molds for an upcoming project. I found a video … Continue reading

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Mishima Inlay Using Ceramic Underglazes

Mishima inlay is very attractive to me and I want to do more of it. This form of inlay does require a painstaking process using colored slips. First, I had to remove clay from the areas I wanted to inlay, … Continue reading

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Founder of the Bauhaus School & the TAC Tea Service

Table of Contents Walter Gropius Bauhaus Movement Bauhaus School The Bauhaus Pottery TAC Tea Service ______________________________________________ 1. Walter Gropius “Our guiding principle was that design is neither an intellectual nor a material affair, but simply an integral part of the … Continue reading

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Ocarinas and Such…

And now for something completely different! Did you have an ocarina when you were a kid…also known as a sweet potato? Well, I am going home today! Mom’s on the mend and music is in the air! Here are how-to … Continue reading

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Motawi Arts & Crafts Tiles

Today, I’m featuring my favorite group of artisans, Motawi Tileworks. Years ago, I learned about them in a magazine to which we subscribe, American Bungalow. I had been meaning to run something about them and you may have noticed them … Continue reading

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Wishing you Prosperity and Abundance in the New Year!

Pygg was the name of a dense red clay that was used to make inexpensive household items in medieval Britain. The word ‘pygg’ became obsolete, however, as pronunciation changed markedly in southern England in the latter half of the 15th … Continue reading

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