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Claycraft was also in Rosebank Road, Avondale Photo from hon-john...
http://www.hatfield.artinclay.co.uk/index.asp These events tend to change your view on studio pottery so don't miss out this weekend it will be wonderful!!
Hi Everyone I'm new here, first I'd like to say how amazed I am by some of the pots that others have posted on this forum; they are magnificent. Now, onto my questions. I wish to have ago at making some bonsai pots; I've been practicing bonsai for a
rich medium sized vase, and mark below A neat little John Lawrence ginger jar, and the full mark below Sorry, just psent half an hour trying to up load the full mark, will try again later.
I am about to purchase an entry level MD (ace 250, f2, or whites prism III). After talking to a couple of people, they all agreed that these detectors do not do well in thic NC clay soil, is this for real? what can I do? do you have any suggestions on