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Ingleton Pottery Making and carving a small clay pottery pierced candle holder

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Ingleton Pottery Making and carving a small clay pottery pierced candle holder. Just a simple little pot with some piercing or carving of holes to let the light from the candle through. The pot needs to be just dry enough to carve otherwise te clay tends to stick to the cutter. You can make any shape of pot and use any shape of cuts,just try anything you fancy.



14 responses to “Ingleton Pottery Making and carving a small clay pottery pierced candle holder”

  1. EYCEthebest003 says:

    your cobalt slip is so much darker than mine, mine is a bright blue. what kind of slip do you mix the chemicals with, i use porcelain .

  2. damianskye01 says:

    Hay…. Its Damian. Can you tell me a few tips requiring this:
    I use non-bake clay
    I don’t have a spinning thing.

  3. stevethemeave45 says:

    Spectacular way of carving!

  4. B4mmTk says:

    Very helpful tips!
    Could you try posting something with throwing bigger vases and bowls to be carved?

  5. prissylou1217 says:

    dan, how do you keep your tools from chattering when you trim? i’m getting so frustrated with mine.

  6. cheo1414 says:

    Awesome. Nice and quick….”simple” as you put it. I must try it out sometime, I just started out a few month’s ago and love it…(throwing clay that is).. I’m glad I found you online, your amazing dude! Always a pleasure to watch and learn!! Did you make your own scraping tool? the one you use to get the clay off the bottom? I need one of those..:) Jose

  7. cheo1414 says:

    Awesome. Nice and quick….”simple” as you put it. I must try it out sometime, I just started out a few month’s ago and love it…(throwing clay that is).. I’m glad I found you online, your amazing dude! Always a pleasure to watch and learn!! Did you make your own scraping tool? the one you use to get the clay off the bottom? I need one of those..:)

  8. quickhalfpint says:

    Notice you still leave the pot attached to the bat when you carve. Must help with keeping it steady while you pierce. Nice tip. Thanks!
    Robin

  9. pensandcalls says:

    @youdanxxx 🙂 Hey, I’m not as dumb as I look !!!!! ha ha. It sure doesn’t seem like it’s a problem for you.

  10. credenza1 says:

    Thanks, Dan. Another top clip.

  11. youdanxxx says:

    @pensandcalls You’re right.
    The starter broke on the motor and I’ve not got round to getting it fixed.

  12. boiprof says:

    smh simple yet awesome. How much do you sell those for?

  13. pensandcalls says:

    Beautiful as always! I hope you don’t mind that I made a few vases using you slip decoration method where you scrape away some of it with a rapid movement of your finger. I find it a beautiful touch.
    Also, out of curiosity, why do you give your wheel a spin to start it? No starting capacitor on motor or something else? Just curious.
    Tom

  14. Awesomeackies says:

    first one to watch it!

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