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Preparation of Clay and Pinched Pots
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Albert Museum allow alumina atmosphere ball clay banding wheel base basic bench biscuit biscuit firing bone china borax bowl bricks British Museum brush carefully centre ceramic china clay clay body clean coiled pot colour cone cooling copper courtesy cylinder damp decoration diameter dish earthenware edge Electric kiln enamel felspar fingers finished firmly flux gently give glass glost firing groundlaying handle heat high temperature inch inside iron oxide leather hard left hand materials melt method mixture modelled molten glaze mould o'clock oxidising oxygen painted pattern piece plaster plastic porous pottery pouring powdered pressure produce pugmills refractory right hand rotating sgraffito shape silica slab of clay smooth sponge spout sprigged decoration sprigging Stoke-on-Trent stoneware glazes studio potters suitable surface texture thickness thin throwing thumb tin glaze tin-glazed unglazed vertically Victoria and Albert wads of clay walls ware wheel head wire