The Potters' Round Table discussion on Used Pottery Equipment
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About the Event
They say that you can pick out a horse by looking at its teeth, and kicking tires is supposedly a good way to judge a car. But what do you look for when buying used (or “previously owned”, if it’s expensive) pottery equipment? The discussion at the March Round Table meeting will be about exactly that – tips and suggestions for things to look for and things to avoid when shopping for used kilns, pottery wheels and other equipment (such as pug mills). As always, questions and horror stories will be welcome.