An easy craft for the young, or the young at heart!
Majolica is a collectible pottery that has its roots in Italy. When purchasing majolica there are marks and other signs to look for when buying. Many different companies produced this popular pottery. Learn what to look for when buying majolica.
Candy Jar...Cookie Jar...Goodie Jar... It all means the same thing to a child. This tutorial gives step by step instructions on how to turn an ordinary flower pot into a wonderful candy dish, cookie jar, or goodie jar, a planter, or even a fish tank!
Make this simple polymer clay slip to give your sculptures a finished and professional look.
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Having covered pinching, coil, and slab handbuilding techniques, its now time to look at wheel-throwing techniques in building pottery and ceramics. The invention of the wheel by man was during the Neolithic Age which was 9400 BC in Tell Qaramel in...
Precious metal clay (PMC) has taken the artisan jewelry world by storm. Unlike traditional metal smithing, PMC requires very little startup cost or specialty equipment.
Having covered how to hand-build and glaze pottery and ceramics, its now time to look at how to fire pottery and ceramic using a kiln. A kiln in pottery is an oven for hardening by fire ceramic figures. A good kiln should be able to fire ceramics up...
Maya artists produced world-class pottery. To make their pottery, the ancient Maya used clay from the riverbeds. They strengthened it by adding calcite, quartz, or volcanic ash.
"Raku Pottery in Japan" is a hub about Japanese raku pottery. The history of raku, its purpose and function in Japanese society, and the characteristics of Japanese raku pottery are all discussed in this hub.