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Any info on a Seeley-olivia kiln

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I found a little information on-line about the Seeley Olevia kilns.   They were a ceramic supplier that advertised in the late 50's with Ceramics Monthly.  One mention of the kiln that someone was thinking of buying was that it fired to C8.  It was a larger kiln than a doll kiln,  I don't know it that makes any difference.   I had a friend that was a doll maker,  she made them out of a porcelain type slip that fired to C5 so a C8 kiln sounds right for dolls.    Denice

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