Very sturdy, with cutout handles. Great for shows - transport and display all in one. Can be stacked and re-configured according to need. We bought a barn full of these 30 years ago. I had these for sale in our store for $25 each as we were closing (due to arthritis). We have 15 left. 15"x18"x13". Make an offer! Delivery possible.
15 CU FT L&L DAVINCI ELECTRIC KILN
This is one of the first DaVinci models. They were using a new element holder material that did not hold up so after a few years we got a new kiln body with new element holders and at that time upgraded the wiring to heavier-duty. I fired this kiln to a hard cone 8 weekly until March. The lid does not look great but I have had no problems with it.
Also have 14"x28"x1" high alumina shelves, some new and some used, that can be purchased with the kiln.
This kiln is $7800 new. More photos available.
DISPLAY TABLES FOR SALE
The metal-front tables are made of 2x4s. Tops are 100-yr-old floor boards from a farmhouse that was being torn down nearby. Long tables $100 each, shorter tables $85 each. We have 2 of each.
The other long table is made of 2x4s with birch plywood top and shelf. $100.
24"deep x 93"wide x 34"tall
24"deep x 48"wide x 40"tall
DISPLAY FURNITURE FOR SALE
PEDESTALS - 2 left:
18"sq x 27" tall
That is the base dimension, the wooden pieces are just resting on the top and overlap about 3" total. They are cherry cabinet door blanks.
They are hollow so very lightweight and easy to move. They could also be inverted and used for storage.
The table is dining-height, covered in grey-blue laminate. Very sturday. 42" sq x 29"high. $45
FOR SALE - PACIFICA GlydeTorc Model 400 Potter's Wheel
"The very high torque even at slow speeds is one of our special features. Our custom designed load sensor increases the drive current in exact proportion to the load on the clay..."
Clay Club meets at artist studios and other locations throughout Western North Carolina, usually on the second Wednesday of the month. All potters and ceramic artists are welcome! Look for details about the meetings here on the blog or contact Amy Waller at email@example.com for more info.