Regular Price: $1,950.00
Skutt KM-822 Electric Kiln
Perfect Small Studio Kiln– Easy to Load
Part of the New 22” Series, the KM822 offers 4.5” more height then the KM818. This doesn’t sound like much until you need to add another shelf or want to fire a taller pot or sculpture. Fire a 18” tall piece with all the proper clearances. The 22” height coupled with its Cone 10 capability and small space requirements make it a perfect kiln for the home studio.It comes equipped with the precise control of the KilnMaster Controller making it easy and convenient to operate.
Also available in model KM822-3 with energy saving brick.
These glazes only look as shown when fired in the raku tradition.
Apply glaze to cone 08 bisque, when dry preheat the pots near the kiln. Fire to around 1800 F, when the glaze smooths out and no bubbles are present open the kiln, take out the pot (using gloves and tongs). Quickly move the red hot pot to a metal trashcan full of leaves, shredded paper or ???, place it in the ashcan and cover. When the smoke clears you can see your results.
Regular Price: $17.72
Special Price $14.18
This Raku glaze is one of the oldest recipes from the 1970's in California. It is called 80-20.
80 % Gerstley Borate (a natural borate mineral from the deserts of California) and 20% Nepheline Syenite. (a sodium feldspar). To that base you add 5% copper. The glaze is green in oxidation and red when reduced.
5 lbs of this glaze will make a gallon, at least!