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Cone Art Ceramic Kilns

COVID-RELATED DELAYS LIKELY: Pottery wheels and kilns are all experiencing significant manufacturing delays.  At this time, we are only displaying the manufacturer's retail price on our website. Please contact us directly for more information.


Cone Art Kilns
The preferred method of installation is for the hole to be drilled in the sidewall of the kiln, 4.5” up from the floor, across from the peepholes.  The kiln is fired with the top peephole open and the others closed.  This creates a cross / downdraft and efficiently flushes dirty air out of the kiln and into the vent hose. There are 2 versions of the vent.  One runs on 110 volts and comes with a simple plug with inline switch.  The other is hardwired to the kiln and runs off of the kiln’s power.  The advantage of this version is that the digital controller on the kiln can then also control the vent system.  It will automatically turn the vent on at the beginning of a firing, and turn it off once the kiln has cooled to 250 F.

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We aim to provide excellent customer service to all potters who chose to shop with us, however, the areas we are able to serve best are in Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Illinois.  There are lots of great clay suppliers nationwide that probably do a better job of serving customers in states further away.  If you would like help finding a local supplier, please let us know.  We will be happy to assist you.  

Please note that we favor long term relationships with our customers over one-time transactions on our website based on a random google search result.  We are not Amazon and don't want to be.  We're a bit old-fashioned I guess...but with a website.  

This is a 40 year old family business, now being run by the second generation.  We generally run on a staff of 10 or less, and we all work really hard.    All employees here are treated like family...we DO also think of our customers as family, but that does mean if you are "tormenting" one of our "little brothers or sisters", we'll "ground" you.  

And if you're *really* naughty, you might get a policy named after you.  So just be nice, ok?  You be nice to us, and we'll do our best for you!  That's a promise.