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Craft Pottery Kilns

Craft pottery kilns for beautiful creations

Upgrade your crafting capabilities with a craft pottery kiln to add to your ceramics and pottery supplies. Modern pottery kilns still use many of the same processes that were developed thousands of years ago, so you can be sure that your creations will stand the test of time. 

The basics

Kilns have been used for thousands of years to make all sorts of pottery and ceramic creations, although they have become much more sophisticated through the years. Shape and mould your clay any way you desire before firing it in a kiln. 

Youll find different types of kilns in this range, with the most popular being electric, gas and wood. Each type of kiln fires at high temperatures to make permanent chemical and physical changes to your clay, so that you can transform your creations into useful household items with these art and craft supplies

Electric kilns

There are lots of different sizes of electric kilns available, with the smallest ones being able to plug into a regular home socket, making them an ideal choice for schools, universities, craft centres and home pottery. 

Rich in oxygen, these electric frontloader or electric toploader kilns are popular due to their quick results and their ability to make fine adjustments whilst the kiln is fired up. Their computerised controls make them simple to use, meaning theyre perfect for a beginner. 

Gas kilns

Using natural gas and fire to function, gas kilns are different from electric kilns because they use reduction firing, which does not allow oxygen during the process. This helps to create richer, earthy colours, and makes this type of kiln well suited to creating unique pieces, as each round of firing tends to be slightly different. 

Wood kilns

Wood kilns are the closest to historical kilns, as they are powered by a constant supply of wood to fuel the fire and create the necessary heat. Although the process is much more hands-on, as these kilns need to be monitored at all times, they can be used to create stunning, one-of-a-kind pieces. 

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