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About the UKPotters website

Problems with UKPotters website
Problems with UKPotters website
What the situation is.
1 1 207 In My excuse for a rubbish layout
By admin
Feb23, 2017 - 8:48 AM
New Users of UKPotters website please read
New Users of UKPotters website please read
What you can do
1 1 4198 In Basic info
By admin
Aug05, 2011 - 5:29 PM
Whats it all about
What's it all about
Who, What, Where, Why.
2 6 1897 In Changes to website
By admin
Aug04, 2011 - 11:45 PM
Please let me know if it is going wrong - or right!
Anything you want to comment on about the site should go here.
11 20 1039 In How Do I Give Feedback?
By BrianPugh
Jan08, 2018 - 7:25 AM

Pottery Stuff

Potters & Pottery Blogs
Potters & Pottery Blogs
Post your links here to Blogs by potters or about pottery.Mainly UK but other interesting blogs are OK
Subcategories: UK Studio Pottery Blogs, Other Studio Pottery Blogs
18 36 1452 In Podemore PugMill - replacement plastic Auger secs
By patholio
Feb04, 2018 - 10:03 AM
Where to get stuff.
Where to get stuff.
There are many links on the site to suppliers - BUT only those with websites.
So any useful suppliers (UK based only) that don't have a website can be included here.
50 95 414043 In Shimpo RK10 gold silver wheel broken
By Poppy
Dec14, 2017 - 10:02 AM
Having good experiences with a particular clay (from UK supplier) - or is a particular clay giving you a bad time.
Let others know.
10 32 1476 In Local clays
By Amac
Apr22, 2017 - 2:17 PM
Anything to start with - if it needs splitting I will do it later.
61 158 3822 In Terracolor Copper Patina
By Muckeroo
Feb17, 2018 - 9:18 PM
Any general pottery discussion
Any general pottery discussion
All those questions that used to get posted on the pinboard - here anyone can respond
318 757 21361 In Wood fired ceramics from Taiwanese pottery
By davefollmers
Mar06, 2018 - 9:24 AM


Message in a bottle! (clay of course.)
Message in a bottle! (clay of course.)
Any general request for information aimed at potters in the UK.
Notices of interest to potters.
57 117 3746 In Book Decanters
By don
Jan06, 2018 - 12:04 AM

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  1. Wood fired ceramics from Taiwanese pottery by davefollmers in Any general pottery discussion
    Hi everyone, I m dave follmers from Taiwan, i m doing wood fired about 6 years.I love drink tea so that i would like to share my idea about how i make teapots.My ideal teapots communicate the peace of tea and work harmoniously with the over chaxi to create tea session that are smooth throughout t...
  2. Terracolor Copper Patina by Muckeroo in Glazes
    Hi there! Is anyone familiar with Terracolor Copper Patina please? Last few firings, ware has come out black instead of the lovely 'crazed turquoise' I normally get. Electric kiln fired to 1240C. I'm wondering if I've mixed the glaze too thickly or thinly. Many thanks for any tips.
  3. Condensation by Lindy_ in Any general pottery discussion
    My mugs are getting condensation on the unglazed bottoms. Am I not bisque firing hot enough or is this just something that happens with earthenware mugs? I use CWE from Valentine Clays. I usually bisque to cone 01/02 and the firing range for the clay is between 1080-1160 so I'm firing about the ...
  4. Partially wiped off glaze finish, cone 6 by BrianPugh in Glazes
    Hi, I like the look of this mug where the glaze is partially wiped off. It's a nice darkened red sheen. Is there a way to get a similar look without the waste? On some pieces a smoother sheen would be preferable. Is there something for cone 6 that would produce this nice toasty look? Please h...
  5. learning to use underglaze by BrianPugh in Glazes
    Hi, I want to learn to use underglaze to enable better control at decorating. As there are very few classes in my area on glazing available I am struggling to learn how underglaze works and what final glaze to use. Using Amaco or Duncan is easy due to local availability but I am not schooled ...