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      FOR RENT

      • Beach House & Ceramic Studio on Lake Huron — Northern Michigan: private and peaceful rustic modern beach house directly on Lake Huron. Three bedrooms, 2 baths, sleep 4-5. Write, paint, kayak, sail, hike, fish, meditate. Ten minutes from Oscoda AuSable River Canoe Marathon finish line. Weekly $1800. Fully equipped ceramic studio for additional fee. Photos and contact information www.vrbo.com/1015288

        FOR SALE
      • Pottery Estate For Sale — 280 Turkey Hollow Lane, Sparta, NC— 66-acre Mangum Pottery estate including main residence, 1700s restored log cabin guest house, pond, VIEWS, acclaimed Mangum pottery studio and gallery with all equipment, fixtures, kilns, mailing list. Horse barn with fenced pastures. $960,000. Call Listing Agent, Bennet Phillips: 617-426-9910

      • Ceramic Workshop & Large Anagama Kiln —13.7 acres, two buildings 1550 square feet total, with 500 feet of highway frontage in Cerrillos, New Mexico: $259,000 / owner financing available. Email: billgilbert@cybermesa.com or call 505-473-2819


      • Gently Used Catenary Arch Wood Kiln — Based on Peg Udal's kiln that Ruggles designed for her. I added exterior fire box. Height of arch, inside, is 51". Floor is 44x39". Has 226 high duty #1 arch bricks, 48 #2's and 18 #3's. 1450 med. duty straights, 200 soaps, and 12x24" shelves. Located in Eastern Panhandle of WV. Must disassemble and haul. $1400.00. For more information and pictures please email robinteas@gmail.com or go to robincteas.net.

      • Kick Wheel for Sale: $250 — Portland, OR: This is a wheel with history. Built by potter Paul Quyle (http://www.quylekilns.com/about_us) for his wife Joyce, it served the Quyle Kilns pottery with years of service, until I inherited it some years ago. Its a good, smooth, workhorse of a wheel. Not pretty, but sturdy and reliable. It served me well when I was throwing functional ware, and as my 2nd wheel, I used it as my trimming wheel. But I rarely throw these days, and I'm needing to make room in my studio for students, so I'm offering it for sale. This will be a great wheel for a potter on a budget! Interested parties should e-mail Cathi at cnewlinceramics@gmail.com or call 503-255-3151.


      • JOIN AMERICANPOTTERS.COM TODAY! Be a part of a national, searchable database for FREE. Or an “online gallery/portfolio” to sell your work, without commissions. If you have a Web site, join with a “link” page. All information is editable by you, without Web knowledge. Go to http://www.americanpotters.com and click on “FAQ” for more info.

      • K-12 Ceramic Exhibition — The 20th Annual K-12 Ceramic Exhibition opens in March, 2018 at the NCECA Conference in Pittsburgh, PA. The event is open to K-12 students by teacher entry. Check out past award winners and their works online at www.k12clay.org.
          • Segers Tools is a family-owned business creating originally designed, handcrafted tools. Only the highest quality materials are used including exotic woods and Kirinite; each tool is a work of art. We have a new line of tools this year —including glow-in-the-dark tools! To learn more, e-mail pamelasegers1204@yahoo.com

          • Check out our expanded selection of downloadable CT back issues, tools, potter’s T-shirts, & more when you subscribe or renew your Clay Times subscription online! Log onto www.claytimes.com/store.html or call 800.356.2529

          • Order Great Glazes I & II for just $15 each at the Clay Times online store. Featuring dozens of our favorite glaze recipes from the first 12 years of CT, both books include formulas for all types of firing including low-fire earthenware, cone 6 oxidation, cone 10 reduction, raku, and more! Excellent resources for everyone’s glaze library.

          • Special sale: Go paperless and download both compete books in PDF format for just $20! To order, click here or call toll-free 800.356.2529.

          • WANTED: Studio Pottery by Ruth Perdew, a great Denver Potter in the 50s, 60s, and 70s. E-mail tom.turnquist@comcast.net or call 303.988.0442.



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