The Potter's Professional Handbook
Potters wishing to advance their involvement need information, coaching, and instruction on creating pottery from a professional point of view. With detailed information and step-by-step guidelines for everything from shelf building to record keeping, potters will find a treasure trove of practical suggestions and instruction.
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Making a Career in Crafts
The Transition to Professional
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