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  1. I have recently come into possession of a blue diamond kiln (max temp 2300), and a lot of what I think is china powder paint. I am use to a regular high fire clay fired in a pit (wood fire). I have a little information on porcelain but I would like to know more. I normally hand build but I do have a kick wheel i use. I would like any information on firing porcelain in a kiln (max temp 2300), and using the powders I have, how to mix and what to fire at. Would love to find a mentor. Comment or email please. Zoe026336@yahoo.com
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