[Spit-project] clay-question for pug-request for Gunthar
meisterin02 at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 17 13:31:56 PDT 2007
I don't know, Lijsbet. A book I looked at recently of period pottery pieces mentioned most of them as being simple ceramic (unless earthenware means the same thing??), not very many were stoneware. A few said they were early forms of stoneware, though,
~~ Meisterin Katarina Helene
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From: "lijsbet at comcast.net" lijsbet at comcast.net
Clay for pots that will be used over the fire needs to be a specific sort - I don't recall if it's earthenware or stoneware. Those college pottery classes were too long ago. I can tell you that all John Hudson's (http://www.hudsonclaypotter.com/the_pots.php?type=2) cooking pots are fire-safe.
He does ship to the US, but shipping is expensive. If folks want to purchase a lot of pottery from him, we should get an order together.
Lijsbet vande Visschereye
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