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Christie Toliet Reques

From: Sandra Fleming
Date: 13 Jun 2006
Time: 01:37:19
Remote Name: 68.159.203.116

Comments

You are going to want a big kiln. Any brand of ceramic kiln is going to do the job, as any ceramic kiln is going to fire hot enough. But your kiln size is got to be big enough for your toliets. And loading a top loading kiln is going to be a major chore.

I would buy a Paragon Dragon Front Loader or the Super Dragon Kiln. A whole Lot easier to load than a top loader.

Did some checking around

http://www.dogwoodceramics.com/Products/Paragon/paragon_dragon.htm

Dogwood Ceramic Supply's Discounted Price $3033.33 which does not include shipping, but the local pottery studio bought one from Dogwood and the shipping was only like $330 which works out to be about $3363

Big Ceramic Store is selling it for $3987 + free shipping.

Clay King is selling it for $3,959.95 with FREE SHIPPING! for most Continental USA Locations

I would want to buy it as cheap as I could, so I would buy it from Dogwood and save over $600 versus the other places that I could find that are selling the same kiln. Everybody else that I found selling the kiln wanted like full retail, or would give only 10% and you had to pay the freight.

The Super Dragon is even better than the regular Dragon, it is MUCH bigger.

http://www.dogwoodceramics.com/Products/Paragon/paragon_super_dragon.htm

has pictures of a customer that bought two of the Super Dragons from Dogwood.

Cress is also got a kiln like the Dragon, but I think the Cress prices are higher, and I really can't find anybody online that is offering the Cress at a fair price.


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