As pottery suppliers based in London in the UK, here at Alec Tiranti, we aim to offer our customers an extensive selection of materials for pottery. Our products are made to professional standard, yet are also suitable for those who practice pottery as a hobby. Today we are focussing on our range of pottery materials, covering the all tools, equipment, and glazes you could need for crafting your own ceramics and pottery, as well as materials for pottery restoration projects.
Pottery Tools and Equipment
We can provide a great array of pottery tools for our customers, including rolling pins, strip tools, wooden ribs, coiler tool sets, handle makers, knives, hole cutters, needles, clay extruders and guns, slip trailers, pallet knives, bow harps, clay cutters, pottery turning tools, stainless steel turning tools and other related tools. More pottery tools that we stock include a deep cleaning tool, sponge, bamboo brushes, twin point spears and fettling tools. For those overwhelmed with options and unsure of where to start, we can also provide a pottery tool set. This set includes everything you need to get started: a wooden potter’s rib, modelling tool, ribbon tool, sponge, needle tool, loop tool, metal scraper and wire clay cutter.
Glazes for Pottery
When you have crafted your pottery piece, the next step will be to focus on what you will use for your glaze, to put the finishes touches on your creation. We offer a huge range of different glazes, as finding the right finish will mean you can preserve the quality of your piece and produce the best aesthetic to the finished piece. Whatever your medium of sculpting, we can provide a wide range of different types of glazes, in an array of colours. Within each choice, you will be met with even more options, for example, our range of Spectrum Stoneware Glaze is available in 83 different colours. Furthermore, we stock Underglaze Pencils and Spectrum Underglazes. We can also supply you with related products such as body stains, wax resists and more.
In addition to the materials for crafting new pottery works, we are also at hand for any pottery restoration projects you may be undertaking. When restoring an antique pottery piece to its former glory, you will need to use the best materials. We are able to supply everything from the raw materials to the finishing glazes to help you with your pottery restoration project.
To discover more about our pottery products, or any other items, please get in touch with us by completing our online contact form, or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also find out more details about how to contact us in either Thatcham or London from this contact page. A member of our team will be happy to help you with any queries you may have for us.