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  1. Week 11 Considering the types of pottery, which category of ware may be used for Microwave, Oven, Stovetop, and in the dishwasher? Stoneware Porcelain Unglazed Earthenware Flameware A primary rule when using Stoneware or Porcelain for baking or roasting is to _____________________________ . fill the pot as much as possible begin with a cool oven never pour cold water into a hot pot to add liquid all of the above Flameware is uncommon as: the clay is difficult to mine few potters have the resources to formulate, fire, and test this
  2. Do you know any flameware clay sellers (“flameproof†clay formulated to withstand thermal shock when heated)? And do you know any in Europe? I'd like to make products of it, but am afraid of experimenting with the clay production. Many thanks in advance Palo
  3. From the album: Pots by Char

    Pottery that can be used on direct flame.

    © pots by char

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