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Eye Pin 2 (50mm) Burnished Silver Plated
Eye Pin 2 (50mm) Burnished Silver Plated
Eye Pin 2" (50mm) Burnished Silver Plated
£0.10 inc VAT

Head Pin 2 (50mm) Burnished Silver Plated
Head Pin 2 (50mm) Burnished Silver Plated
Head Pin 2" (50mm) Burnished Silver Plated
£0.10 inc VAT
Necklace Hook Clasp 15mm Silver Plated
Necklace Hook Clasp 15mm Silver Plated
Simple hook clasp use with soldered jump ring or split ring Pack Of 10
£0.11 inc VAT

Split Ring Key Rings
Split Ring Key Rings
Come in packs Of 20 Nickel Plated Steel Split Rings for securely attaching house keys, car keys, dog tags, pet collars, lanyards, key rings, identity badges, key chain ring connectors Strong & Secure - keep items safely in place Suitable for jewellery craft, bag charm making, chain belts and decorative accessories Durable hardware item for many home DIY craft projects and key organization
£0.50 inc VAT
Zircon Flour
Zircon Flour
Zircon is a naturally occurring refractory mineral. It is chemically inert and is stable to very high temperatures. Zircon has a very high thermal conductivity and acts as a chill to eliminate metal mold reactions and burn-in resulting in a smooth cast surface. Zircon is available in both flour and granular form. Zircon is almost exclusively used in the primary slurry and as a primary stucco. Because...
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Bath Blue-Copper Raku Brush On Glaze BP6R
Bath Blue-Copper Raku Brush On Glaze BP6R
Fired up to 1000°C, cool to 750°C, remove from kiln. Put ion combustable such as sawdust. Allow to cool. Wash in water to encourage crazing Raku Firing Tips Raku glazes should be fired up to 1000°C in either an electric or gas kiln. They they should be allowed to cool in the kiln to 750°C. While still red hot they should be transferred as quickly as possible into a reduction bin...
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Bristol Blue Raku Brush On Glaze BP11R
Bristol Blue Raku Brush On Glaze BP11R
Fired up to 1000°C, cool to 750°C, remove from kiln. Put ion combustable such as sawdust. Allow to cool. Wash in water to encourage crazing Raku Firing Tips Raku glazes should be fired up to 1000°C in either an electric or gas kiln. They they should be allowed to cool in the kiln to 750°C. While still red hot they should be transferred as quickly as possible into a reduction bin...
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Bruton Blue Transparent Raku Brush On Glaze BP3R
Bruton Blue Transparent Raku Brush On Glaze BP3R
Bath Potters BPS Bruton Blue Raku Brush On Glaze BP3R
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Butcombe Black Raku Brush On Glaze BP15R
Butcombe Black Raku Brush On Glaze BP15R
Fired up to 1000°C, cool to 750°C, remove from kiln. Put ion combustable such as sawdust. Allow to cool. Wash in water to encourage crazing Raku Firing Tips Raku glazes should be fired up to 1000°C in either an electric or gas kiln. They they should be allowed to cool in the kiln to 750°C. While still red hot they should be transferred as quickly as possible into a reduction bin...
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Crystal Clear Crackle Raku Brush On Glaze BP7R
Crystal Clear Crackle Raku Brush On Glaze BP7R
Fired up to 1000°C, cool to 750°C, remove from kiln. Put ion combustable such as sawdust. Allow to cool. Wash in water to encourage crazing Raku Firing Tips Raku glazes should be fired up to 1000°C in either an electric or gas kiln. They they should be allowed to cool in the kiln to 750°C. While still red hot they should be transferred as quickly as possible into a reduction bin...
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Glastonbury Green Raku Brush On Glaze BP12R
Glastonbury Green Raku Brush On Glaze BP12R
Fired up to 1000°C, cool to 750°C, remove from kiln. Put ion combustable such as sawdust. Allow to cool. Wash in water to encourage crazing Raku Firing Tips Raku glazes should be fired up to 1000°C in either an electric or gas kiln. They they should be allowed to cool in the kiln to 750°C. While still red hot they should be transferred as quickly as possible into a reduction bin...
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Oakhill Orange Raku Brush On Glaze BP9R
Oakhill Orange Raku Brush On Glaze BP9R
Fired up to 1000°C, cool to 750°C, remove from kiln. Put ion combustable such as sawdust. Allow to cool. Wash in water to encourage crazing Raku Firing Tips Raku glazes should be fired up to 1000°C in either an electric or gas kiln. They they should be allowed to cool in the kiln to 750°C. While still red hot they should be transferred as quickly as possible into a reduction bin...
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Priddy Pink Raku Brush On Glaze BP13R
Priddy Pink Raku Brush On Glaze BP13R
Fired up to 1000°C, cool to 750°C, remove from kiln. Put ion combustable such as sawdust. Allow to cool. Wash in water to encourage crazing Raku Firing Tips Raku glazes should be fired up to 1000°C in either an electric or gas kiln. They they should be allowed to cool in the kiln to 750°C. While still red hot they should be transferred as quickly as possible into a reduction bin...
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Radstock Red Raku Brush On Glaze BP8R
Radstock Red Raku Brush On Glaze BP8R
Fired up to 1000°C, cool to 750°C, remove from kiln. Put ion combustable such as sawdust. Allow to cool. Wash in water to encourage crazing Raku Firing Tips Raku glazes should be fired up to 1000°C in either an electric or gas kiln. They they should be allowed to cool in the kiln to 750°C. While still red hot they should be transferred as quickly as possible into a reduction bin...
5
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Somerset Scarlet Raku Brush On Glaze BP14R
Somerset Scarlet Raku Brush On Glaze BP14R
Fired up to 1000°C, cool to 750°C, remove from kiln. Put ion combustable such as sawdust. Allow to cool. Wash in water to encourage crazing Raku Firing Tips Raku glazes should be fired up to 1000°C in either an electric or gas kiln. They they should be allowed to cool in the kiln to 750°C. While still red hot they should be transferred as quickly as possible into a reduction bin...
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Taunton Turquoise-Copper Raku Brush On Glaze BP2R
Taunton Turquoise-Copper Raku Brush On Glaze BP2R
Fired up to 1000°C, cool to 750°C, remove from kiln. Put ion combustable such as sawdust. Allow to cool. Wash in water to encourage crazing Raku Firing Tips Raku glazes should be fired up to 1000°C in either an electric or gas kiln. They they should be allowed to cool in the kiln to 750°C. While still red hot they should be transferred as quickly as possible into a reduction bin...
5
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Transparent Raku Brush On Glaze BP1R
Transparent Raku Brush On Glaze BP1R
Fired up to 1000°C, cool to 750°C, remove from kiln. Put in combustable such as sawdust. Allow to cool. Wash in water to encourage crazing. Raku Firing Tips Raku glazes should be fired up to 1000°C in either an electric or gas kiln. They they should be allowed to cool in the kiln to 750°C. While still red hot they should be transferred as quickly as possible into a reduction bin...
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Wellow Yellow Raku Brush On Glaze BP10R
Wellow Yellow Raku Brush On Glaze BP10R
Fired up to 1000°C, cool to 750°C, remove from kiln. Put ion combustable such as sawdust. Allow to cool. Wash in water to encourage crazing Raku Firing Tips Raku glazes should be fired up to 1000°C in either an electric or gas kiln. They they should be allowed to cool in the kiln to 750°C. While still red hot they should be transferred as quickly as possible into a reduction bin...
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Metal Steel Kidney
Metal Steel Kidney
Sydney Heath
£1.30 inc VAT
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